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Did Abraham Lincoln Order The Execution Of 38 Dakota Fighters?

Abraham Lincoln Order. That claim is largely accurate, but it’s also misleading; it omits to mention that although Abraham Lincoln…

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Pterosaur Fossils And Eggs Reveal Flying Reptiles

A new discovery of pterosaur eggs and fossils, found in China, gives us a complete look at the early flying…

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Indian Legends And Victorian Bath Houses Of Eureka Springs

Today the Arkansas resort town of Eureka Springs is a quaint, faux-Victorian tourist trap with an abundance of Bible-themed attractions….

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The Teapot Dome Scandal

The Teapot Dome Scandal. With the exception of Watergate, there has never been a scandal more egregious and with wider…

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Thomas Garrett And Delaware S Underground Railroad

Garrett’s passionate commitment to the abolition of slavery would cost him a great deal over the course of his life.

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Toutatis, Errant Wanderer That “Misses” Earth Every Four Years

This same asteroid, or others similar to it, may threaten humanity someday. Astronomer Steven Ostro, a senior researcher at JPL, said…

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Protected Secret Bases

Why you can’t get close to secret airbases anymore. You can spot the camera stations on these secret bases by looking…

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Greek Mythology : Atlas Bears The Heavens On His Shoulders

In Greek Mythology, Atlas was a Titan who was responsible for bearing the weight of the heavens on his shoulders,…

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Greek Mythology : Apollo – God Of The Sun, Light, Music And Prophecy

Apollo is one of the most complex and important gods, and is the god of many things, including: music, poetry,…

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Greek Mythology : Ares – The God Of War

Ares is the god of war and one of the Twelve Olympian Gods and the son of Zeus and Hera. In…

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Greek Mythology : The Sirens

The Sirens appearance were that of a combination of a woman and a bird and they sang beautifully. Their exact…

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Greek Mythology : Persephone

Persephone’s story actually focuses more on her mother, Demeter, and what happens when Persephone disappears. The young goddess is also the…

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How Can We Find Out What’s On That Secret Base?

  You have a secret base sequestered in the high desert just north of Las Vegas and you’re doing things…

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Greek Mythology : The Winged Stallion Called Pegasus

Pegasus is a Mythological Creature described as a beautiful, pure white stallion with wings. He was born from the blood of Medusa. She…

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Greek Mythology : Medusa

Medusa was a golden haired beauty before she became one of the most popular monsters of Greek Mythology.  She vowed…

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The Fight Over The Sunken Treasure Of The San Jose Galleon

Sunken treasure. The company Sea Search Armada found a three-hundred-year-old wreck of a Spanish sailboat (galleon) in the Caribbean Sea…

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How The Business Of Asylums Thrived In The 1900’s

The enormous business of asylums thrived in the 1900’s and almost anybody for any reason whatsoever could be sent to…

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A Club Whose Name Says It All – Hellfire Club

Hellfire Club. There’s a certain sort of extraordinarily rich person who has a ton of time and money on their…

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Greek Mythology : Centaurs – Half-Man And Half-Horse

In Greek mythology, Centaurs were half-man and half horse creatures that inhabited the mountains and forests of Thessaly. Centaurs were…

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The First-Ever Map Of The North Pole Mysteries

People tried to map the Arctic Centuries ago, when people tried to map the Arctic, they weren’t too concerned with what…

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World War II Stories: Pearl Harbor – Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition

Desperate times call for desperate measures. When Pearl Harbor was hit in a surprise attack at dawn, in 1941, the…

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History’s Most Mysterious Shipwrecks

Mysterious shipwrecks. We are fascinated by shipwrecks, and it’s easy to see why. First, there’s the idea of sunken treasure,…

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Ancient Leaders That Were Really Weird People

Ancient leaders. To say that some ancient leaders were really weird is probably a bit of an understatement. Being really…

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The Most Bizarre Time Travel Stories Ever

Time travel is the one that we want to be real of all mysterious phenomena. The possibilities are endless, and…

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Ten Inventors Killed By Their Inventions

Ten inventors that was killed by their inventions. Over the course of civilization, thousands upon thousands of inventions succeeded beyond…

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The Strange History Of Atlantis

Atlantis! The name alone is enough to invoke images of mermaids, bubble cities, sunken ruins, and an ancient, technologically advanced…

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Entire Countries Embarrassed By These 6 Moments

Entire countries embarrassed. These mistakes made entire countries blush. If countries were capable of vasodilation, of course. The truth is,…

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Things About Ancient Egypt That Still Can’t Be Explained

There are things about ancient Egypt that still can’t be explained. Few civilizations have a more mysterious reputation than ancient Egypt….

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World War II Stories – Hitler And The Occult. The People He Killed

Hitler and the occult. The rise of the Nazi regime which led to the occupation of several countries and the…

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World War II Stories: Rare Historical Photographs Of The Dunkirk Evacuation

The Dunkirk evacuation, code-named Operation Dynamo, also known as the Miracle of Dunkirk, was the evacuation of Allied soldiers during World War II from the beaches and…