Horace De Vere Cole
- Mar 26, 1999 I daren't give Horace de Vere Cole, the famous hoaxer's, version. What is the answer to this sum?
- Disciplining Modernism, ed. Pamela Caughie [Palgrave, 2010
- Of all the hoaxes perpetrated by Horace de Vere Cole (1881-1936), the most daring—and the one that made his name—was the Dreadnought. Hoax.
- Intelligent PR creds
- Evan Morgan, Horace de Vere Cole (famous for his elaborate practical jokes) and Iris Tree. Whitfield Fine Art.
- New Age, Vol. 19, Index
- V. A. Purcell, Horace de Vere Cole,.
- Cambridge night climbing history
- Horace de Vere Cole. The practical joker and athlete, who also climbed with me. He was the first to climb the Great Gate.
- Crash: ontspannen handleiding VI
- Waar is Horace de Vere Cole wanneer we hem nodig hebben. Goud, de bubbel en de spijtoptanten. De nieuwe rage in recepten.
- Horace de Vere Cole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Dreadnought Hoaxers in Abyssinian regalia; Cole is on the far right. William Horace de Vere Cole (5 May 1881, Ballincurrig, Co.
- William Horace de Vere Cole
- Hall-of-fame prankster William Horace de Vere Cole.
- King of the pranksters - the uproarious story of the Prime Minister's
- Nov 23, 2008 Because the late Horace de Vere Cole did not merely make a few councillors squirm.
- Horace de Vere Cole - Martyn Downer
- The Bizarre World and Spectacular Hoaxes of Horace de Vere Cole.
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