A rare reenactor injury at a parade in Norwood Massachusetts when hit by a piece of metal fired from a cannon. From the sound of it a bit of a cannon broke apart when fired and hit a man portraying a German WW2 soldier. Reenacting is a pretty safe hobby, great care is taken as [...]
Here are a couple of stories about reenactors and reenacting. First up is a Telegraph story which is pulled from a book by a travel writer about reenactors.
First up, Wal-Mart has decided to turn off its DRM servers and screw its customers who bought from them. Just like Microsoft did and Yahoo did before them. Tell us again about how DRM is the safe way to buy. Next up is the great hobby of reenacting. Rule one, only reenact with people who [...]
A good article about a reenactment of the charge of the Australian Light Horse Regiment in World War One. Often called the last cavalry charge, it wasn’t, but it was still a heck of feat in an age of warfare dominated by quick firing rifles and machine guns. Good movie too. Today’s Buttersafe is brilliant [...]
I missed this story somehow, a jouster was killed in the UK during the filming of the Time Team TV show. The show was a family favorite when we lived in the UK and used reenactors extensively but this is the first time I have ever heard of this severe an accident involving a reenactment [...]