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Nashville Mailman Found To Have Fathered over 1300 Children

Looking at this 87-year-old man, it’s hard to picture him when he was in his years and never would you have guessed that this…

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The Darkside of History: Americas 11 Most Notorious Serial Killers

One of the most fascinating and disturbing topics to discuss is serial killers. ¬†We all hope to encounter friendly and decent people on our…

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On This Day, Februaruy 26th

1. 1932: Future Music Icon Johnny Cash is Born. Johnny “JR” Cash was a singer, songwriter, actor and author that was born in the…

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Americana: Stunning Images Of America’s Glory Days

There are many things that have defined who we are as a country. I’m not talking about wars, Presidents or politics, I’m talking about…

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The Grand Teton National Park

The Grand Teton National Park might be some of the most beautiful scenery in the continental United States, if not the entire world. The…

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On This Day: February 23rd

1. 1836: The Battle of the Alamo Begins On this day, the infamous Battle of the Alamo begins the 13 day siege at the…

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The Original Go Anywhere Vehicle, The Rolligon.

In 1950 on a fishing trip in Alaska William Albee happened to notice a group of villagers moving a heavy wooded boat up a…

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On This Day in History, February 18th

1. 2001: NASCAR Legend Dale Earnhardt dies in Crash at Daytona Dale Earnhardt Sr. had a very particular style of driving throughout his 26…

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The Warship Vasa: From Sunken Disaster To Recovered Prize

Warship Vasa As a child, we have all been told stories about sunken ships and treasure.It’s something that has captivated us, maybe because of…

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Mount Rushmore Is The Best Part About South Dakota

Just outside Keystone, South Dakota in the Black Hills sits a granite Batholith, which is a giant piece of solid rock. There you will…

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