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The Man Who Broke The Sound Barrier By Simply Taking A Step

In order for a human being to reach speeds over 800mph, there needs to be some serious forces involved. You might think I’m referring…

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Archaeologists Found an Ancient Skeleton in China That’s Wrapped In Weed

TURPAN BASIN, CHINA – Archaeologists are calling it an “extraordinary cache”. They’ve found the body of an ancient man wrapped in cannabis in northwest…

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How Much Do You Know About World History?

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Roaring ‘20s: The Strangest Inventions From The Flapper Era

The roaring ‘20s were a time for parties, dancing and having a good time. Nestled just before the financial crash of the Great Depression,…

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On This Day, October 21st

1. 1959 Solomon R. Guggenheim museum opens in New York City It was on this date in 1959 that one of New York City’s…

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4 Strange Historical Hunting Techniques Still In Practice

History has give way to all sorts of strange customs. When it comes to hunting, however, you might be hard pressed to find any…

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On This Day, October 20th

1: 1977: The Lynyrd Skynyrd plane crash It was on this date in 1977 the popular rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd suffered a horrible tragedy…

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Archaeology’s Incredible Discoveries Of Ancient Civilizations

In ancient history, there is a whole world waiting to be discovered. In architectural digs, we stumble across some of the most precious items…

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On This Day, October 19th

1. 1985: The first Blockbuster Video store opened It wasn’t that long ago that a Blockbuster Video store was located in almost every neighborhood…

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Wilhelm Voigt: The Shoemaker Turned Brilliant Thief

Friedrich Wilhelm Voigt lived a troubled life growing up in Tilsit, Prussia. By the age of 14, he already had been sentenced to 14…

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