Explore Victorian 3-D visions of Hell, create miniature wild worlds from foraged moss and learn the extraordinary story of Lieutenant Colonel William Rankin who fell through a storm cloud and survived
Issue 5 of Ernest Journal...
- Explores the extraordinary story of Lieutenant Colonel William Rankin who fell through a storm cloud
- Shares Brian May's love for the Victorian 3-D art of diableries and their depictions of Hell
- Meets the London couple experimenting with foraged moss to create miniature wild worlds.
- Explores the austere and bleak, yet heroic and bold world of Brutalism – Britain's most divisive architecture
- Meets a Whitstable native with a historic collection of antique diving helmets
- Embarks on a cycling and bodysurfing microadventure on the tip of Cornwall
- Tells the story of Hugh Glass: pirate, trapper, tribesman and bear attack survivor
- Unearths the history of Fair Isle
- Reveals what it's like to eat in pitch blackness
- Combs the shoreline for edible seaweed and learns how to crack a lobster
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