The King's Evil. We can treat it very easily but then if you were unfortunate enough to get it then it was really difficult to get rid of. Sometimes the treatment was more deadly than the cure. So it was that in Medieval times, Edward the Confessor of England made a habit of laying hands on those afflicted - and, so legend has it - he cured many. Mr Ghaz takes an in depth look at this affliction and those who cured it.
A Touch of Class: The King’s Cure for The King’s Evil
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