The Mysterious Death of Roger Craig
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On May 15, 1975, former Dallas, TX police officer Roger D. Craig died, with his death being ruled a suicide. Craig, who was on duty on the day of the JFK assassination, often publicly recounted...
Youngest Confirmed Mother in Medical History
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On May 14, 1939, Lina Medina, a five year-old Peruvian girl, became the youngest confirmed mother in medical history, when she gave birth to her son. Lina has never revealed the identity of the...
Assassination Attempt on Pope John Paul II
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On May 13, 1981, an assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II was made by Mehmet Ali Ağca in St. Peter's Square, Vatican City. The Pope was rushed to the Agostino Gemelli University Polyclinic to...
Were the Nazis on the Moon?
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It's no secret that the origins of NASA can be traced back to the advanced rocket program of the Third Reich. We now know about Operation Paperclip and the transfer of Nazi rocket scientists to...
A Visit to the Big Sandy Shoot
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Twice a year, gun enthusiasts meet in the Arizona desert for the Big Sandy, the largest gun shoot in the United States. But at this event, these are no ordinary guns. At Big Sandy, gun enthusiasts...
J. Edgar Hoover's FBI
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On May 10, 1945, J. Edgar Hoover, who was instrumental in the founding of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation, was appointed as its first director. Hoover remained the FBI's director...
Television is a "Vast Wasteland"
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On May 9, 1961, Chairman of the FCC Newton N. Minow gave a speech to the National Association of Broadcasters, in which he described television as a "vast wasteland." Minow reportedly said years...
The Collapse of California - A Paradise Lost
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Here are photographs and footage from the bygone golden era of the Golden State. Near the end are just a few images of what California has become - but not does accurately portray the true mess...
Germany's Unconditional Surrender
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On May 7, 1945, General Alfred Jodl signed the terms of unconditional surrender in Reims, France. This unconditional surrender ended Germany's role in the Second World War. The document took...
Salt Water "Burns" with Radio Waves
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While searching for a cure for cancer, a retired radio executive discovered how to burn salt water using radio waves. John Kanzius was hoping to use this technology to target and destroy...