History Channel: Medieval Murder Mysteries (2015) [Repost]

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History Channel: Medieval Murder Mysteries (2015) [Repost]

History Channel: Medieval Murder Mysteries (2015) [6 of 6 episodes]
720p HDTVRip | mkv | x265 HEVC @ 825 Kb/s, 25 fps | 1280 x 720 | 4h 30min approx. | 2.00 GB
2-ch English AC-3 @ 224 Kb/s | Subtitle: none
Genre: Documentary, History, Mystery
History Channel: Medieval Murder Mysteries (2015) [Repost]
History Channel: Medieval Murder Mysteries (2015) [Repost]
History Channel: Medieval Murder Mysteries (2015) [Repost]
History Channel: Medieval Murder Mysteries (2015) [Repost]
History Channel: Medieval Murder Mysteries (2015) [Repost]
History Channel: Medieval Murder Mysteries (2015) [Repost]
History Channel: Medieval Murder Mysteries (2015) [Repost]


The medieval period gave us some of the greatest, most enduring stories in history. Some are of them were real – some are altered into pure Legend. These legends usually had somebody doing villainous deeds. The even greater thing is that most of these were surrounded in mystery or conspiracy. Medieval Murder Mysteries uses modern thinking from historical police criminology combined with forensics and human osteologists blended with current historical ideas to try and solve what really happened all those years ago. Magnificent castles, chivalrous knights, powerful kings and queens? You’ll have them. Also require dark deeds, illicit lovers, greedy nobles, mad cardinals? Look no further. They’re all here.

1. Christopher Marlowe (337 MB)
2. King Edward II (360 MB)
3. Arthur of Brittany (326 MB)
4. Amy Dudley (369 MB)
5. The Princes in The Tower (327 MB)
6. Juan Borgia (336 MB)

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