For our sixth anniversary episode, we kick off a miniseries on medieval true crime, with the account of a particularly brutal assault on a parish priest, with an additional look at medieval treatments for eye wounds, and also learn how a dead man managed to kill the warrior who slayed him.
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"Sudet ulvovat / Wolves howling, small pack, frost snapping" (https://freesound.org/s/243495/)