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In half a century, I've never seen bedlam like this.
Now, the story of madness from mediaeval times to the present day is chronicled at a new exhibition, Bedlam: The Asylum and Beyond, at the Wellcome Collection in Central London, until January.
Beehive Bedlam Reactors is based on the Beehive Bedlam social game, which was one of the most renowned offerings through the Sky Games interactive TV platform for over 10 years.
It is thought that 30,000 Londoners were buried in the Bedlam burial ground between 1569 and 1738, though only a few from the nearby Bethlehem Hospital for the mentally ill, also known as Bedlam.
Public generosity towards Bedlam Beggars led to a brisk trade in counterfeit armbands.
A team of 60 researchers will work in shifts six days a week over the next month at the Bedlam burial ground to remove the centuries-old skeletons, which will eventually be re-buried at a cemetery east of London.
GYMNASIUM WAS 'UTTER BEDLAM' THE gymnasium wherE casualties were taken at Hillsborough was described as "utter bedlam".
A FOOTBALL trophy named the Bedlam Cup has been withheld - after bedlam broke out on the park during the final.
Online book news company booktrade.info announced on Thursday that publishers Myrmidon Books has acquired the rights to the debut novel from Laura Purcell, titled Queen of Bedlam.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 23, 2014-Myrmidon books to publish Debut Novel Queen of Bedlam
BEDLAM Channel 4, 9pm We may like to think we've come a long way since the days of "bedlam", but the truth is there are still many myths and stigmas attached to mental illness.
Archaeologists speculate that the skulls are a part of the 3,000 skeletons that are believed to lie buried in the Bedlam burial ground and are probably of those whose heads were decapitated by Queen Boudicca's rebels in the 1st Century AD during the uprising against Roman occupation.