History

The Skinning of Katarzyna Zowada

The Skinning of Katarzyna Zowada

  Our story begins on January 7th, 1999, in Kraków, Poland. A large tugboat is chugging down the Vistula river when one of the operators has to open the hatch to the propeller to get something out. It seems as though something had been stuck in it since the night...

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The Battle Of Midway

The Battle Of Midway

On the morning of June 4, 1942, an event occurred that changed the course of World war all over the northwestern Pacific Ocean, the battle of Midway. This event was mainly fought between the Japanese navy and the American navy. Midway is a small island in the central...

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The Christmas Day Truce of 1914

The Christmas Day Truce of 1914

In 1914, during World War l there was a day of peace. There was just a small moment where soldiers from the United Kingdom, French Republic, Austria-Hungary, German empire, and the Russian empire had a brief moment of a cease-fire. A one-day truce. This truce occurred...

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Native American History

Native American History

When people think of November, a few things come to mind. The very first thing that most people might think of is Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday. Other things that could be thought of is, no shave November to spread cancer awareness, national novel...

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Little Richard and his life before fame

Little Richard and his life before fame

Richard Wayne Penniman or better known as Little Richard (One of the most famous 50s singers ever) was born in Macon, Georgia on December 5, 1932. Richard was an American musician and songwriter. He sang professionally from 1947 to 2020(72 years). Richard died from...

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The spark that ignited the fire of WW1

The spark that ignited the fire of WW1

World war 1 began in western Europe going from 1914 to 1918. The spark that ignited the fire of World War One took place on June 28, 1914, when an assassin who worked for the Black Hand named Gavrilo Princip murdered Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austro-Hungria. When...

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The Flying Dutchman

The Flying Dutchman is a haunted ship that has been around since the 17th century. The ship is famous for floating in the seas with a ghostly glow surrounding it. There are many myths about it, like the ship being doomed to sail the seas for all eternity. Secondly,...

What Was The Chicago Murder Castle

What Was The Chicago Murder Castle? The Chicago Murder Castle was back in 1893 when Chicago was preparing to host the World Fair. It was a hotel that a man named Herman Mudgett but now known as H.H Holmes, designed and he called it ¨The Castle¨. This hotel was a place...

Amelia Earhart

Amelia Earhart was born July 24, 1897. She was famous for “disappearing” on July 2, 1937 at the young age of 39 years old. First, what Amelia was doing when she disappeared and who she was with. Also, there are many conspiracy theories about what happened to them when...

The Six Wives of Henry The Eighth

Henry the Eighth, one of Britain’s most popular kings from the 17th century for having his six wives. Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived. However, most people don’t know the history behind these iconic queens and how they ended up with such a...

The First Car

Cars are used in your everyday lives if you have a license. You drive it to work, you take your friends and kids in it. How did these motorized vehicles come to life? It all starts with the very first car created and patented by karl benz. Creator Karl Benz was born...

The History Behind the First iPhone

What happened when the products were released? Have you ever wondered about the iPhone’s history? Well, you’re not the only one. Over the past years, Apple products have been very popular. Not only phones, but they have also come out with earbuds, computers,...

Top 5 crime lords

This article can tell you everything you need to know about the top 5 biggest and badest crime lords that ever existed. enjoy! 🙂 Al Capone The first on the list is Al Capone. Between 1925-1931 AL Capone was the most powerful mob boss in all of Chicago. Born in...

The Twisted Mind of Jeffrey Dahmer

Jeffery Dahmer was a famous serial killer around the late 70’s through the early ’90s. He was famous for the dismemberment of 17 men and boys and was a well-known sex offender. But his later murders involved necrophilia and even cannibalism. He was diagnosed with many...

Three People or Groups of People Who’ve Escaped From Prison

3: Yoshie Shiratori Yoshie Shiratori is famous for four escaping prison four times in his life. He was born on July 31, 1907 and died on February 24, 1979. He was born in Japan and became an anti-hero in Japanese culture. He was also called “the man that no prison...

Top 5 Most Successful Robberies

Securitas Depot Robbery The Securitas Depot robbery was the largest cash robbery in the world.  The person who planned it was a martial arts dude Lee Murray. It took place on February 21st, 2006, at 6:30 a.m. In Kent United Kingdom.  Seven other men were involved in...

Las cosolas

Las consolas son métodos de diversión que nos ayudan a pasar un rato sin preocuparnos de nuestros problemas . A todos nos gustan las consolas a mi me gusta la wii, wii u, o nintendo switch, la wii (para mi parecer) es la mejor consola de todas con   de juegos muy...

Creepiest and most haunted places in the world

Do you ever wonder what the creepiest places in the world are? Here the top 6 creepiest places in the world. Springs Hotel room 873, Banff Canada Before Room 873 before it was sealed, due to terrorized by horrible disembodied shrieks and screams in the middle of the...

Most Haunted Places In Utah

#1. MCCUNE MANSION, SALT LAKE CITY  Mccune Mansion was built in 1901 (It’s really old) It took about 3 years and 1 million dollars to build. Nowadays, they use this mysterious building for weddings and lots of other celebrations. There are said to be two different...

Art Over The Years

Art is important to our history, it can tell us stories and sometimes what I was like back then. We have art from 40,000 BC to now. It also shows how we have developed over time. What does the future hold? What do you think art would be in 20 years? Maybe more...

Black Death

  Imagine you are a poor kid the oldest out of 6 living in a house made out of the mud and sticks with your mom who got in divorce during the Black Death you are doing everything possible to keep you, your mom, your brothers, and sisters safe all the kids in your...

Top 5 most haunted places on earth 

 By: Luke Hills Haunted places are some of the most historic places on earth and the scariest if you go at night and alone. But you get to learn so much when you go to these places. The Queen Mary The Queen Mary, a ship that was converted into a hotel and permanently...

The Black Death

You have probably heard of the Black Plague, but what is it exactly? In this article, I will tell you what the Black Death was, when it started and how it started. The Black Death, also known as the Black Plague, was a bad disease that started in about 1340. It...

The Rise and Fall of Queen Elizabeth I

Named after the Elizabethan era and one of England’s most recognized queens in history, Queen Elizabeth I. Starting from the prime of her life, Queen Elizabeth I was born on September 7th, 1533 in Greenwich, England. She was the daughter of Henry VIII and Anne...

Tornadoes

Tornadoes Tornadoes are formed from thunderstorms, you need warm moist air from the Gulf of Mexico and cool dry air from Canada. When those two air masses meet, they create a instability atmosphere. Rising the air within the draft tilts the rotating the air from...

World War 2

  Why Did World War 2 Start? It all started after World War 1 when Gemany had to give up all there land and was banned from have armed forces.  In 1933 the German people voted for a leader named Adolf Hilter. He led a party called the National Socialists or as...

Dog Sled Racing

What Is Dog Sled Racing? Dog sled racing is a winter sport that happens in the Arctic region in the United States, Canada, Russia, Greenland, and some European countries. Dog sled racing is a sport where a team of dogs runs along a snow-covered cross-country winter...

Belle Gunness and Her Terrifying Truth

Belle Gunness is one of the most famous female serial killers of all time, and I guess you could say she loved her suitors to death. First, how she got all of these men to come over to her farm and stay there. Next, what she did on the farm and what she told the men...

The Great Depression

September On September 3, 1929  the stock market reached it’s peak and started to decrease.  Black Thursday The stock maket plummted and thousand of people were trying to sell their stocks. The stocks fell 11%. Many romurs were going around that many people where...

Serial Killers

Ted Bundy, a serial killer was one of the most notorious killers in all the world. He admitted he killed 36 women but the police believe he killed many more. The way his mind worked and all serial killers minds work is abnormal and terrible. He was killed on January,...

3 years since the devastating Las Vegas shooting

On October 1st, 2017, Stephen Paddock, a 64-year-old man opened fire at the route 91 harvest music festival on the Las Vegas strip. He was on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay & had been shooting from his window. He had fourteen AR-15 rifles, eight AR-10 rifles,...
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