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Announcement   Announcement : Open the Crypt at Halloween
   posted by Zola on 31-Oct-2006 15:39:06 (1367 reads)
The Dungeon Keeper turns the old key in the lock. Bats circle and scurry from there hiding place. The old cobwebs are brushed aside and the wolves howl at the moon rising over the tomb as we bring you another scarily fabulous issue of the Crypt Magazine!

Issue 46 is called "The Rosslyn Chapel" and the Ferret has been chained to his keyboard to bring you a 4 part epilogue on the wonders of this mysterious chapel. If you've read the book "The Da Vinci Code" or you've seen the movie then this is for you, we help to unlock the secrets found in this marvel of design that took over 40 years to build.Rosslyn Chapel has been linked to everything from the Knights Templar and Free Masons to the lost ark of the covenant and the Holy Grail. So unlock
the Crypt and peek inside for the answers.

In another Crypt magazine EXCLUSIVE! We bring you a review of the Amiga emulator package Amikit and an exclusive interview with Jan Zahurancik, the man behind this project.

Ian Urie tries out 2 Linux distros, Puppy and Mandriva 2007, then brings us two concert reviews. Barry Walker brings us part two of the Amiga "Event Detector" project. Steve Evans takes a trip on the London Eye.

As well as the usual "Windows XP", "Readers Section", "Cuisine","Guest Writers", "Jokes Section" and "Music/Films Reviews" we have 2 new sections in this issue, "Women Only" and "Holiday Corner" to broaden your view on the world.

Hours of fun on the scariest day of the year!

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