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April 2018 – Tudor Life – Myths and Mysteries

Here is the full version of our 76-page April edition of Tudor Life Magazine. This month we have articles about some of the strange and bizarre myths and mysteries surrounding the Tudors.

The magazine has these articles:

  • Margaret Beaufort and the Princes in the Tower by Nathen Amin
  • Was Lady Katherine Knollys really Henry VIII’s daughter? by Sarah-Beth Watkins
  • Children of Catherine and Francis Knollys Word Worm Quiz by Catherine Brooks
  • Was Edward II murdered in 1327 by Gareth Russell
  • Anne Boleyn’s Sixth Finger by Conor Byrne
  • Fascinating Anne Boleyn Myths and Mysteries by Roland Hui
  • 3 Mysteries during the Wars of the Roses by Debra Bayani
  • Elizabeth I and the Bisley Boy Legend by Claire Ridgway
  • The Mystery of the “abominable and detestable” Lord Hungerford by Gareth Russell
  • My trip to Thornbury Castle: Photo Feature by Ceri Creffield
  • The Tudors Rule! Competition results
  • Members’ Bulletin by Tim Ridgway
  • Witches in Shakespeare’s Day by Toni Mount
  • CHARLIE FENTON REVIEWS Owen Tudor by Terry Breverton and The House of Beaufort by Nathen Amin
  • From the Spicery: on Vegetables by Rioghnach O’Geraghty
  • April’s “On this Day” by Claire Ridgway

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  1. M

    I attempted to download the April mag numerous times on different devices using both the large and small links. It is only downloading March. Cannot access April. Never had this happen before.

    1. A - Post Author

      HI Michael, thank you for spotting that – I had put in the wrong link for the download. It is working now. Apologies.

      1. C

        That’s what you get for doing it rather late at night and without your good wife helping!

  2. M

    Thank you. Just downloaded April. Love the magazine and was glad it wasn’t just me.

  3. M

    I had the same trouble – I was presented with in a loop which kept returning me to the log-in page – but eventually found my way in. Now I cannot toggle the full page option. It’s too small to read as it is. Any ideas? No hurry I can’t get round to reading it for a day or two.

    1. A - Post Author

      Hi Mary – we seem to have some technical issue affecting the magazine going full size. Working on it! A comment will be placed here when it’s fixed!

    2. A - Post Author

      WOW! Consider my mind completely fried. We have tracked down the reason that the buttons at the bottom of the magazine weren’t working and have fixed things – finally. That was hard!

      Anyway, the magazines are now working correctly again. Please comment if you find differently…

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April 2018 – Tudor Life – Myths and Mysteries