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    Very much into true crime stuff. When I was a young kid I was subscribed to this true crime magazine that came every fortnight/month, like those ones at the newsagent where you get a piece of a ship/car etc to build but it was all true crime history stuff. So fascinating. I'm a medical typist and I love everything medical too.

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    Oh and history channel BBC type docos on the history of surgery/plastic surgery, body snatching... that sort of stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    harvs who do you believe was responsible for 9/11? I watched a very interesting doco on tv once by some American dude saying he didn't believe it was a terrorist attack, rather an inside job. Lots of very interesting stuff. I've never forgotten it.
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    Ah see I don't know. I'm the world's most convinceable person if what I see is persuasive enough.

    I am not convinced it was an inside job but I do think some people knew something was going to happen and didn't necessarily stop it because they saw an opportunity following that. I don't think anyone knew how awful it was going to be though. And I can't believe people would do that to their own people. It just doesn't compute for my brain.

    Although the U.S. did consider bringing down a plane and blaming Cuba so maybe I'm a little naive there!

    I also don't for a second believe they brought the other buildings down. Although again, there are some very convincing explanations there.

    So...total fence sitter over here :-)

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    English medieval history ESP the Plantagenets, ethnic groups and their tendency to certain diseases, the napoleonic wars, natural medicine and wine.

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    I love anything to do with Henry VIII and his wives. I have so many books its ridiculous.
    Queen Victoria and her children are becoming an interest. I am watching a documentary right now.

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    Another one who loves true crimes, im actually watching 'forensic files' on netflix atm and i love forensics, i could never do it in real like though, im not smart enough and i dont have a strong enough stomach for it!

    I also love conspiracy 'theories' 😕

    Weather related things like tornados and tsunamis and how they occur. I find I am always asking 'why' and 'how' on things.

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    @Rose&Aurelia have you read The Red Queen and The White Queen? They are both by Philippa Gregory.

    Although now I think about it I think they might be Tudor, not Medieval.

    Forget I spoke :-)

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    I love antiques and up cycling haha!! I collect kettles, prams & a few other things. Also art....... My Mum used to have a art gallery in the burbs in Eastern suburbs in Adelaide. She was well known. I now have most of her collection. It's worth a fair bit. I could sell it and probably pay off our house. But I want to keep it for DD & DS.

    I love hard rubbishing 😝

    I obsess on murders etc. But when a few bikies have come to close to home for my liking.

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    I'm a cop so I try and stay away from those when home and now enjoy reading things on bubs while my partner and TTC baby #1! I can't believe the amount of hours I spend reading haha x

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post

    Latin and the etymology of words.
    Me too!! At least a few times every day I'll stop on a particular word and then obsess over it trying to work out its origin and evolution. It fascinates me!

    The other thing that I 'fall down the rabbit hole' with is quantam physics. It keeps me up at night... :/

    Also the space/time continuum and whether time is linear or spherical or whatttttt? I love stories to do with this concept.


 
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