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On 13 July 1643, during church services in the village of Little Hodcombe, parishioners began fighting amongst themselves, urged on by the Malus, which was feeding upon the psychic energy generated by their negative emotions. Roundheads and Royalists converged on the village, annihilating each other and the village. Once the violence subsided, the Malus went dormant once more. Taking refuge from the violence in a priest hole, young Will Chandler was transported to the year 1984. After defeating the Malus in that year, the Fifth Doctor returned Will to this home time. (TV: The Awakening)

In 1964, Andrea Yates and Sarah Jane Smith were on a school trip when Andrea fell off a sealed-off port. As Sarah Jane reached out to save her, Andrea let go and died, at the age of 13. In an alternative timeline, the Trickster gave Andrea an offer, and it was Sarah Jane who died while Andrea lived. (TV: Whatever Happened to Sarah Jane?)

In 1988, Nina Rogers was born. (PROSE: Consequences)

In 2029, the Sixth Doctor and Constance Clarke visited Arizona. (AUDIO: Shield of the Jötunn)