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History’s Nutcases: Charles VI

Last time, on History’s Nutcases, we covered the most notorious female serial killer of all time: Elizabeth Bathory, the Blood Countess of Ecsed. This week,…

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Rare Shipwreck Found in Boston

Construction workers were working on a new building in this year’s spring warmth at the Boston waterfront, in the seaport area of the city.…

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Battles That Made History: Marathon

‘With you it rests, Callimachus, either to bring Athens to slavery, or, by securing her freedom, to be remembered by all future generations. For…

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History’s Badasses: Alvin York

It’s Memorial Day. People all across the United States are commemorating soldiers that have died in service to their country. So, today on History’s…

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On This Day, May 27th

1. 1937: The Golden Gate Bridge opens for pedestrians More than 200,000 people showed up to the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge on…

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On This Day, May 26th

1. 1927: The last day of production for the Ford Model T On this day back in 1927, Henry Ford and his son Edsel…

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History’s Nutcases: The Blood Countess

Last time on History’s Nutcases, we covered the infamous Vlad the Impaler. This week, we’re not moving very far from our previous destination. We’re still…

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On This Day, May 25th

1. 1935: The Great Bambino hits his final home run George Herman Ruth, more commonly known as Babe Ruth, hit his final homerun on…

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The Story of Masada: The Citadel of Death

The sun shivers through the arid air in the southern Jewish desert. The sky is blue as sapphires, the ground brown and red like…

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On This Day, May 23rd

1. 1960: Earthquake causes a Tsunami to hit Hawaii A massive 8.5 magnitude earthquake hits Chile on May 22nd, 1960 killing thousands and causing…

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