Journeys

Journeys

Yet going into that weekend, was actually more for me personally, than just the AV10 conference. Going through relationship challenges, haven’t not been away for a little while, continued struggles with the daughter’s situation, trying to get time off work. For headspace this was the weekend away was needed. To cement, what I love doing, made a couple of short vlog journeys. Inspired by Dalton Castle, an in-ring athlete and entertainer of promotion Ring Of…

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Peter Pan in Nottingham – Blog / Behind the scenes / making of

Peter Pan in Nottingham – Blog / Behind the scenes / making of

It is a conversation with Nottingham living historian Robin Hood, Tony Rotherham that began this journey and the film. Could the Arboretum really be the inspiration of Neverland? JM Barrie once lived very nearby in his tenured youth working for the Nottingham Journal albeit for only a brief 2 years. Barrie apparently walked each day to the city offices through the arboretum, full of beautiful trees and open spaces that today now more than 100 hundred…

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Hair yesterday, gone today!

Hair yesterday, gone today!

When one reaches a certain age as a bloke one can expect to find hair receding. This was and is something altogether different! As a dark haired individual, losing a portion of hair in one go is quite visible. Biting at my confidence with gnarled teeth. My hair has been a defining characteristic of myself. Sporting longer locks until late twenties. Keeping it smart and trimmed. Before growing it out a couple of times since….

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Memory fading…?

Memory fading…?

Memory fading…? Our own personal worse fear. More than any height or the spider in the bathroom. The sense of existing forever we all feel inside confronted by the stark face of mortality when it starts to break down. Where did I put those keys down? What was your name again? Forgetting words, you know you knew. Am I going to become a husk of my present self unable to recall even my sons name…

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Audio hallucinations on the edge of sleep

Audio hallucinations on the edge of sleep

Audio hallucinations on the edge of sleep. Likely an occurrence that has happened to us all. When you hear a sound so vivid you wake up out of dream-state into waking. The human mind, an enigma we are continuing to probe into. Many researchers over the millennia have been fascinated by sleep and dreaming. Rightfully so, one can have the most profound of experiences. Sculpted by a combination of fears, imagination, active thoughts, concerns, life…

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York trip

York trip

A week off from the asylum, so decided to book a 4 star hotel and a couple of days in the city known as… ‘Like all the best masters of disguise it’s gone by many names: Eboracum, Eoforvic, Jorvic… today we just call it York. As our Terror Trail tour guide Damien put it so poetically.  To read the review of the Terror Trail please visit http://www.itsmuchmore.com/review/york-terror-trail York with its steeped history that is not feign from…

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What is the Star Line?

What is the Star Line?

The Star line. Ancient places and sites are seemingly linked together in straight lines across the Earth.  We look closely at one particular line with 40+ places all called ‘Star’.

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Nottingham ‘Newgrange’ not quite

Nottingham ‘Newgrange’ not quite

Not quite a ‘Newgrange’ replica, what I did find was quite a remarkable looking structure within the grounds of a cemetery north of the city of Nottingham. Found on the very cusp of the city boundary between the City of Nottingham and the area known as Nuthall on the A6002. Was informed of the structure quite some time ago, whenever I pass through this road I would always catch sight of it. Kept placing a…

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