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Not Behind Lace Curtains: The Hidden World of Evan, Viscount Tredegar

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Evan Frederic Morgan, the second (and last) Viscount Tredegar will forever be an enigma. Whatever a researcher or writer discovers about him there will almost certainly be a further revelation around the next corner. Born into a prosperous Welsh coalmining and landowning family, Evan had the resources and the will to be whatever he wanted. He could indulge every fantasy ...more
Hardcover, First, 376 pages
Published May 1st 2013 by Book Midden Publishing
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Almina Carnarvon
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WITH an inherited wealth worth millions at his fingertips, Welsh peer Evan Morgan could indulge in any fantasy he wanted. From dabbling in Black Magick to working for the Pope, Evan Morgan, the last Viscount of Tredegar, led a remarkable life.A new book, released to mark the 110th birthday of the eccentric Welsh aristocrat, details Evan Morgan's life from his public image as a married millionaire to his secret life of homosexuality. Not Behind Lace Curtains traces Evan's life from 1901 to his ...more
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A British Peer of the Realm’s hidden world of illegal frolicking, in pursuit of his favorite prey of ”rough trade” as well as exposing the same man’s habit of celebrating Black Mass in Welsh churchyards, and near the Sussex Downs along with disciples of The Great Beast, the occultist Aleister Crowley.

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