A Thousand Passions and Catherine Cavendish

It is a while since I featured The Dudes.. and for that I am truly sorry (I have sent them a care package of nuts and chocolate) however today they are celebrating the latest release of Catherine Cavendish Wrath of the Ancients in their usual style (vodka and Cossack dancing). Shehanne Moore is the ringmaster.. one word from her and they do exactly what they like….#recommended

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Castle of the Thousand Passions by Catherine Cavendish.




Castle of the Thousand Passions by Catherine Cavendish.

‘I have set a large part of Waking the Ancients in Vienna, Austria where many ghosts and restless spirits walk among the verdant parks and lavish palaces. But Austrian ghosts do not confine themselves to their nation’s imperial capital. They can be found in towns, cities, villages and the depths of the countryside all over this beautiful land.

Also known as Schloss Altenburg, Schloss Tausendlust (Castle of the Thousand Passions) was built in the second half of the 16th century by Alexander Rüdt von Khollenburg, although it is first mentioned as a farm in the earlier part of that century. It is likely there was an earlier medieval castle on the site but this has not been excavated and today the house is a private residence. It changed hands a…

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