A man who wanted to create a whites-only town in North Dakota was found to be of African descent.
The Mosquito alarm was used to repel young people by emitting a high frequency only audible to youngsters. But teenagers set it as a ringtone to avoid being heard by teachers.
There was a Doctor in Detroit who falsely diagnosed his patients with cancer so he can profit off their chemotherapy to fuel his opulent lifestyle.
Electricity was introduced to Ethiopia in 1896 after Emperor Menelik II ordered two newly invented electric chairs as a form of humane capital punishment and realized they were useless in his country without electricity.
In the U.S., there are 1.5 times more Google searches for “heaven” than “hell.”
In 1950 ‘One of the largest human experiments in history’ was conducted on unsuspecting residents of San Francisco by the US military in a germ-warfare simulation and Nuremberg Code violation that utilized the Bay Area’s iconic fog to help spread two kinds of bacteria over the city.
In 2009 burglars broke into Dolph Lundgren‘s house and had restrained his wife. They then fled when they saw a family photo and realized whose house they were in.
A black man won the 1st US Open Tennis title in 1968 and no black man has won it since.
April 16, 2016 will be the 500 year anniversary of Bavaria adopting the Reinheitsgebot. It is a law that said that the only ingredients that could be used in the production of beer were water, barley and hops. It was later amended to include yeast.
Living next to a nuclear plant for 1 year gives you 100 times less radiation than eating a bag of potato chips every day for 1 year.