Strange History Topics That Could Use Some More Details

We live in a mysterious world where there are plenty of things that simply can’t be explained. Over the last few decades, humans have made some incredible scientific advancements in the areas of astronomy, computer technology and physics. We are starting to understand more about how the Earth was made and have identified anomalies that

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Ancient Hauntings Throughout History

History is filled with tales of ghosts and ghouls that have lived on for centuries and captured our imaginations. Here are some of the most haunting ghost stories throughout the centuries that still have the power to send a chill up your spine. The Ghost Tales (or lack thereor) in the 16th Century The headless

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The Mystery of Oak Island

For more than 200 years there have been tales about Oak Island, the patch of land that is located off of Nova Scotia, Canada. According to the legend, it is home to a money pit of buried treasure, supposedly left behind by a pirate, Captain William Kidd who lived between the years of 1645-1701. Since

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Horrid Facts About the Death of George Washington

  General George Washington will forever be remembered in American history for his bravery, principles and the integrity that led him to become the first President of the United States. Washington’s death was an excruciating one that caused him to endure his final hours in pain and anguish. Here are some facts about his final

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The German Philosopher Karl Marx

  Karl Marx earned many different titles throughout his career. He has been recognized as a philosopher, a journalist, historian, an economist and a revolutionary socialist. He was responsible for publishing Das Kapital and The Communist Manifesto, both works helped to form the basis of Marxism. A Synopsis of the Famous Philosopher Karl Marx was

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The Arrest of Russian Spy Aldrich Ames

  Aldrich Ames was a former CIA agent who was involved in a Russian espionage. He was caught on February 21, 1994 along with his wife, Rosario Ames, who had been aiding him throughout his espionage activities. The couple was arrested by the FBI in Arlington, Virginia. Life Without Possibility of Parole Aldrich Hazen Ames

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Today’s Google Doodle – Jagadish Chandra Bose

Jagadish Chandra Bose was one of the world’s greatest scientists, which is why he is the subject of today’s Google Doodle. November 30th 2016 marks what would have been the Indian scientist’s 158th birthday. During his lifetime, Bose became a world leader in telecommunications with many achievements to his name. The doodle shows the scientist,

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The Inventor of the Big Mac has Died

  Michael “Jim” Delligatti, the man who invented the iconic Big Mac for McDonald’s has passed away at the age of 98. Jim Delligatti was a McDonald’s franchise owner who invented the famous burger at his Pennsylvania restaurant in 1967. “Today, we celebrate the 98 inspirational years of Big Mac inventor, Michael ‘Jim’ Delligatti. Jim,

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The Hungarian Revolution of 1956

  Also commonly referred to as the Hungarian Uprising of 1956, the event was a nationwide revolt against the government of the Hungarian People’s Republic and its Soviet-imposed ways. The revolution lasted from October 23rd until November 10th of 1956. Even though there were no leaders present when the revolution first started, it was the

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