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The Most Bizzare Forms of Entertainment That Took Place in Medieval Times

During the dark ages, individuals turned to burning cats, partying in cemeteries, and cruel blood sports as forms of entertainment!

Peasants Trying To Have a Good Time | Source: Emaze

The forms of entertainment adopted by the peasants in Medieval Times were strange, brutal, and sometimes — very…

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Rameen Zeeshan

Rameen Zeeshan

A writer and storyteller out in the world to write about True-Crime and History. E-mail: ramzywritersofficial@gmail.com

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