Andrew Crosse and the Mite who Shocked the World by Brian Wright
An internet search on the name “Andrew Crosse” will produce literally tens of thousands of web pages of information. Much of the content is inaccurate, and many pages appear to be the products of wildly over-active imaginations. Frequently Andrew Crosse is portrayed as the archetypal “mad scientist”, as he was in Julien Temple’s film, “Pandaemonium” (2000). In a scene supposedly set in Andrew Crosse’s laboratory he appears as an eccentric individual, with wild, untidy hair.
In reality, Andrew ... more