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In half a century, I've never seen bedlam like this.
By the time of the great 18th-century cartoonist William Hogarth, Bedlam was the last resting place on the way to the grave.
The Record revealed how last week's Bedlam Promotions Cup final was abandoned with Inverkeithing winning 2-1, when Denbeath player Craig Craigie was struck by a beer bottle from the terraces.
info announced on Thursday that publishers Myrmidon Books has acquired the rights to the debut novel from Laura Purcell, titled Queen of Bedlam.
Archaeologists said that the 3,000 skeletons will be carefully excavated and relocated from the Roman Bedlam burial site next year.
It's cruel to watch these deluded people" - Actor Nicholas Lyndhurst believes watching Britain's Got Talent is like gawping at Bedlam asylum patients.
It's cruel to watch these deluded people" Actor Nicholas Lyndhurst, of Only Fools And Horses fame, saying that watching Britain's Got Talent is like gawping at Bedlam asylum patients
Bedlam Farm, in upstate New York, has traditional barn-red buildings, rolling wooded hills and fields of flowers.
And the best-selling, award-winning crime writer has now turned his hobby into virtual reality as his latest book, Bedlam, is the basis for a new game in development.
Now the frontman of Manchester's craziest septuplet LOUIS BARABBAS AND THE BEDLAM SIX, the group arrive on Teesside this weekend.
Morris, the Physician Superintendent of the Royal Bethlem Hospital, better known as Bedlam Asylum.
Paramedics were called to the junction of Bedlam Lane and Lythalls Lane, Holbrooks shortly before 2.