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Adam's Fun Facts: Zombie's, Al Capone, Men At Spa's & More

How many people at the spa are men?  Why did ancient Greeks bury their dead under rocks and with a stake through their heart?  What did Al Capone want as a nick name?  118 more words

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HOS #6: Människor som borde vara med i historieböckerna men är inte det!

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Erik här! Det är fredag! Det kommer inte komma något inlägg om amerikanska inbördeskriget, jag har inte skrivit klart det! Det kommer ibörjan av nästa vecka istället, men jag tänkte att det skulle komma en HOS #6 idag! 638 more words

Historia

"He F*cking Deserved It": How Al Capone Got His Famous Scars

When reporters worked up the nerve to ask, he’d say he got it from “a German machine gunner” in the trenches, or maybe while he was part of the Lost Battalion— 2,322 more words

1920s Criminals

More fun with an 'Electric' Serge

There are two things that really make Electric Barracuda worth the read. The first is main character Serge Storms, a one-man hurricane of energy, vitality and mayhem, who – with his stoner pal, Coleman – blazes a trail across Florida, leaving behind broken hearts, dead bodies and signatures in museum visitor logs. 141 more words

Books

Al Capone’s secret Canadian hideaway

It is rumoured, up Quadeville way, that in the early 1940s, Al Capone chose the Madawaska Highlands as his secret Canadian hideaway. The legend persists that his old cabin still stands near the little hamlet of Quadeville, an old mining and lumber town about 150 kilometres southwest of Ottawa. 160 more words

Lakewoods

10 celebrities who died in Florida, from the famous to the infamous

You probably remember that Anna Nicole Smith died at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Fla. (in Room 607, to be exact), and Bob Marley passed away at what is now University of Miami Hospital. 510 more words

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