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The Quack Doctor - A collection of panacean powders, pills, potions and pamphlets, as advertised in historical newspapers

  • Contact | The Quack Doctor -   To contact me, please email [email protected] You can also find me on Twitter as @quackwriter, on Facebook at www.facebook
  • Beyond the asylum: a review of the Wellcome Collection's Bedlam | The Quack Doctor - A review of the Wellcome Collection's exhibition, Bedlam: The Asylum and Beyond, which runs from 15 September 2016 - 15 January 2017. I've never
  • To raise false hopes | The Quack Doctor - The drunkenness remedy Antidipso, as featured on Great British Railway Journeys Series 7 Episode 11.
  • The Amateur Anatomist and the Amputated Finger | The Quack Doctor - Injuries acquired in unusual circumstances, spurious news stories of medical happenings, bizarre or gruesome reports from doctors’ casebooks… Strange cases is
  • A breath of maggoty air | The Quack Doctor - A bait breeder discovered in 1911 the the gases in his maggot shed might cure consumption.
  • Forthcoming events | The Quack Doctor - Join me for some quack-filled talks in London this summer! I've been invited by the London Fortean Society and Antique Beat to share my stories of fraud.
  • The mysterious Doctor Du Brange | The Quack Doctor - In this guest post from Dick Weindling and Marianne Colloms, an 1870s Kilburn practitioner finds himself in court for distributing indecent handbills.
  • Dr Wheeler and the Bacillus of Death | The Quack Doctor - British newspapers reported in 1895 that someone had discovered the 'Death Microbe'.
  • The bogus lady doctor | The Quack Doctor - In the West Midlands in the 1890s, Maria Owen pretended to be a doctor in order to part people from their cash.

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  • grownup dystopian - Awesome product. We've used it for years to clean ...

    Awesome product. We've used it for years to clean the range cook top. Gets even the toughest of baked on messes

  • J-Dub - Works

    From put of nowhere my wife informed me that it smelled like something died in my mouth. This took me by surprise because I brush twice a day and floss every night. The smell came on quickly and would not go away, I don't know what brought it on. I began using Listerine but that did not help and from what they say at therabreath, it may have made matters worse. I got the mouthwash, toothpaste and breath mints on Monday and began using them right away as directed (brush, mouthwash, floss and mouthwash again) twice a day. Last night (Wednesday) I asked the wife about my breath...she said it smelled fine. I went from constant detectable odor from 4-5 feet away to no odor even when close up in three days. It may have even worked faster but I never asked if my breath smelled until Wednesday and considering that she does not hesitate to tell me if it does smell I believe that it did work faster. It leaves your teeth felling so smooth and clean. If you have bad breath get this product.

  • B. Anderson - Back from the future...

    I am coming back from the future to write this review, and to let everyone know you can buy this TV for $699 in 2017. It still looks great though.

  • Ann in Corpus Christi - I like everything about it

    I like everything about it, especially the way it keeps liquids cold. And it's not top heavy like so many others. Top pops off a little too easily, though.

  • Matt Calhoun - Aweseome bike, light, stiff

    I love this bike, it is stiff and fast. I replaced the wheels with a little lighter vuelta wheelset. For the money, I do not think you can get a faster bike.

  • WS Stone - Love it! Love it! Love it!

    I love this stuff. My FAMILY loves that I use it. We call it "Crabby Cream". It is amazing.