Charles Cowling
  Death don’t have no mercy in this land. Death don’t have no mercy in this land. Well he’ll come to your house, but he won’t stay long. Look in the bed and somebody’ll be gone. Death don’t have no mercy in this land. Death’ll go in any family in
Charles Cowling
  The skeleton of a drowned bank robber can still be seen inside his getaway plane, together with his revolver.  Is this all it seems? 
Charles Cowling
    It makes us very, very happy, today, to salute the launch of a business created by an extraordinarily nice person. Her name is Poppy Mardall and her business is called Poppy’s. What a brilliant name.  Here at the GFG we have been following Poppy’s progress through her development
Charles Cowling
  The scene is set for a Quaker funeral   Posted by our religious correspondent, Richard Rawlinson   You’d think Quakers and atheists were poles apart but I’ve been pondering a similarity. On the surface, Quaker funerals are very different from humanist funerals, and that’s aside from faith in God. The