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Well, kind of. Whilst there never was a doll that looked like and was named Annabelle, there is however a well documented case of a doll which the movies are loosely based on. Below, paranormal investigator Lorraine Warren holds the original Annabelle doll, a “possessed” Raggedy Ann that began terrorizing her owner in 1970. Allegedly, […]

  With the Pacific Games beginning shortly, we felt it was fitting to cast our minds back to the first time the nations of the region came together in Suva for the first South Pacific Games (as it was called then) in 1963. Specifically we’d like to talk about one person who was too young […]

Remember the 2000b Sydney Olympics? 23 years later, the New South Wales government announced that the eastern grandstand of Accor Stadium at Sydney Olympic Park will be known as the Cathy Freeman Stand. It’s the same venue Freeman lit the flame to start the 2000 Sydney Olympics, and then won the 400m gold medal in […]

From RugbyPass comes this wonderful, wonderful documentary about Fiji, Samoa and Tonga and the stories we have written in stone at the Rugby World Cup tournaments throughout the years. To watch the video, click on the link below and go through the very simple process of creating your account. I promise it will be worth […]

It’s the S we all most likely drew at some point growing up: But what is it called and where did it come from? Well, the first question is relatively simple to answer   The official name for this S is “Cool S’ and as to where it comes from, that’s a bit more complicated […]

Imagine youre cleaning up rubbish in your backyard and you stumble upon an ancient Mummy. That is exactly what happened in Peru. Students of Saint Marcos University in Peru were helping archaelogists with a dig when they discovered the mummy. It was discovered under 8 tonnes of rubbish . The body is thought to date […]

The ruler of Ghana’s Asante people is pressing the British Museum to return gold items in its collection.The Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, who attended the Coronation of King Charles, later met the museum director Dr Hartwig Fischer for discussions. The British Museum’s collection includes works taken from the Asante palace in Kumasi during the […]

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The time has finally come and the King has finally been crowned! He is only the seventh monarch to wear the St Edward’s Crown, which has a solid gold frame and weighs more than 2kg (5lb). Click the link below for the full article.   View this post on Instagram A post shared by BBC […]

  The Eta Aquarid meteor shower 2023 is active between April 15 and May 27 and peaks on May 5-6. Even though the moon will 100% illuminated at the time of the shower’s peak, the Eta Aquarids are not to be missed due to the possibility of a significant outburst. The potential outburst will be caused by particles […]