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A Danish Archaeologist Has Discovered How the Vikings Really Fought

According to Danish archaeologist Rolf Warming, our preconceived notions about how Vikings really behaved in combat have been completely wrong. A few iconic Viking…

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On This Day, November 16th

1. 1973: Nixon signs law authorizing Alaskan oil pipeline President Richard Nixon signed the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline Authorization Act into law on this date in…

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The Chase Family Vault: The Historical Tale That Haunts Barbados

Unsolved mysteries abound throughout history but for the people of Barbados, there are few tales quite as enduring as that of the Chase Family…

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The 5 Most Lucrative Heists in US History

Throughout history, there are heists and then there are hauls. If you accept the concept that nobody woke up then decided to become a…

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The Wonderful World Of Las Vegas

Las Vegas today is one of the entertainment capitals of the world with what seems to be an endless list of things to do…

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On This Day, November 15th

1. 1965: First man to reach 600 mph on land It was on this date in 1965 that Craig Breedlove became the fastest man…

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Take A Closer Look Into The Bizarre Life Of Horror Writer H. P. Lovecraft

As well as becoming one of the most celebrated American horror writers after his death, H. P. Lovecraft managed to achieve the impossible, carving…

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The Real Story Behind The Movie Escape From Alcatraz

If you’ve ever been to San Fransisco, California or taken an interest in ’70s Cinema, you know about the closed island federal prison known…

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On This Date, November 14th

1. 1970: Marshall University devastated by plane crash It was on this date in 1970 that Marshall University was devastated when a plane carrying…

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How Many of These Historical Pop Culture Questions Can You Answer?

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