Anne Boleyn: Poisoner or Witchcraft?

You've most likely heard the stories, or accusations, of Anne Boleyn trying to poison her enemies - do you think she did? Witchcraft was nothing new to Tudor England. During the reign of Edward lV his queen consort, Elizabeth Woodville and her mother Jacquetta, Countess Rivers (dowager Duchess of Bedford) were also accused of the like.   I found this story on QueenAnneBoleyn.com and wanted to share it with you - here's an excerpt: Poisoner Anne Boleyn? -Susan [More]

Hever Castle – Anne Boleyn’s Childhood Home

Hever Castle, the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, is at the top of my list to visit while in England.  Watch this amazing aerial video of the castle and the gardens.  Breathtaking.  I've also included a link to view a few pictures from inside the castle.  I can just imagine Anne walking through the halls and the gardens of Hever Castle. Pictures from INSIDE Hever Castle

This Day in History: 16 July

1546 - Anne Askew, English Protestant burned at the stake on this day. 1557 - Anne of Cleves, queen of England/4th wife of Henry VIII, dies at 41 On this day in history, the 16th July 1557 (some sources say the 15th), Henry VIII’s fourth wife, Anne of Cleves died at her home, Chelsea Old Manor, the former home of Catherine Parr. She was only 41 but she was the last surviving wife of Henry VIII and had survived marriage to the King known for beheading two of h [More]