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11 More Notorious Serial Killers

We’ve recently did a popular post on some of America’s most notorious serial killers to have lived. Well, here are 11 more notorious serial killers…

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On this Day, March 25th

1. 1933: USS Sequoia becomes the Presidential Yaucht The USS Sequoia served as Presidential Yacht from 1933 till it was sold to a private…

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The History of the Cell Phone

We all use them in our daily lives. Some of us wouldn’t be able to live without them. Cellphones provide us with the ability…

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On This Day, March 24th

1. 1958: The King Himself, Elvis Presley, Joins The Army Today was the day the old Uncle Sam finally caught up with Elvis Presley…

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The History of the Skyscraper

Mankind has always had the desire to build things bigger and taller. More often then not, it was a way for someone to show…

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6 Inventions That Changed History

1.The Wheel The wheel forever changed history and we still use them today. We wouldn’t be able to drive a car or ride a…

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Actually, No – 10 Pervasive History Myths (Part II)

Welcome back to our survey of the historical utter nonsense people believe. Today we address five more myths that, despite the widespread availability of Google,…

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On This Day, March 23rd

1. 2011: Hollywood Legend Elizabeth Taylor Dies at age 79 On this day in a Los Angeles hospital, the infamous Hollywood Actress Elizabeth Taylor…

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The History of San Diego Comic-Con

The first ever San Diego Comic-Con took place in 1970. It was ran by Shel Dorf, Ken Krueger, and Richard Alf, who were just…

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Actually, No – 10 Pervasive History Myths (Part I)

Photo: WND History is a story we tell ourselves about the past, mostly to make sense of the present. Unfortunately, those stories aren’t always…

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