In Shakespeare's lifetime, being a snitch was a professional pastime. One at whose hands the Shakespeare family paid dearly.

In Shakespeare's lifetime, individuals who owed the Crown money could be brought up on charges by people who were essentially spies for the Queen. We knew this reality existed but not exactly to what extent the Shakespeares fought against this onslaught of spies and government asset seizure until Glyn Parry, discovered documents that had been left silently waiting in a UK Salt mine for someone to care enough to read them.

You can listen to my interview with Dr. Glyn Parry here.

In this week's youtube episode, I want to take you behind the story of Dr. Glyn Parry's research and explore why his find is so significant.

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