Tardis

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Tardis
8 March in

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On 8 March 1702, the Fifth Doctor and Turlough visited London. Edmund Carteret played cards with Sir Nikolas Valentine, who marked him with one of his homing beacons. Before the collective unconsciousness of Valentine's previous victims could teleport him away, Carteret, who was fleeing from them, died of fright. The card that marked him was acquired by the Doctor.

On the same day, William of Orange died. (AUDIO: Phantasmagoria)

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