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We Bought a Zoo is a book published in 2008 by Benjamin Mee about his experiences in purchasing the Dartmoor Wildlife Park in Devon, England in 2006. Renamed the Dartmoor Zoological Park, it was reopened to the public the following year. The book was loosely adapted into a film of the same name that was released in 2011. The book was published by Harper Collins (. ISBN 978-0007274864).
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Millions of book lovers have made a pilgrimage to the Parsonage Museum in Haworth, known around the world as the home of the Bronte sisters. Charlotte, Emily, Anne and Branwell were all delivered in front of the fireplace. Now, the owner of a modest three-bedroom cottage six miles away aims to rival it as the ‘true birthplace’ of the famous literary family. The Grade II listed cottage in the West Yorkshire village of Thornton was built in 1802. Famous residents: Branwell Bronte with sisters Charlotte, Emily and Anne in a painting from 1848. After the last tenants packed their bags the absentee landlord put the property on the market last year.
As it turned out, Kingsley was not the only one who claimed to be a descendant. By the end of 1977, over 60 people were claiming they were entitled to the fortune. The arguments, the quarrels, and the court cases went on, and on, and on. In the end, Kingsley did not get the money, but, funnily enough, he didn’t mind. He had found something much more important.
If we told you a live cat could be turned into a telephone, would you believe it? You better
If we told you a live cat could be turned into a telephone, would you believe it? You better. In 1929 Ernest Wever and Charles Bray thought, Hey, how about a cat telephone?