A 54-yo man was riding a train in Essex when 6 women emerged from a toilet and attacked him, punching and kicking him out onto a platform where he fell on another woman who accused him of trying to steal her bag and punched him in the face. There was no explanation for the attack.
A man threw a mouse into a pile of burning leaves and it ran into his house while still ablaze and burnt his house down.
In 1929 firemen in Gillingham, England planned to show off their abilities by “rescuing” nine boys and six firemen from a house. All fifteen died.
In 1996, a 7-year-old girl attempted to become the youngest person to fly across the US. 24 hours into the record attempt, her plane went down, killing her, her flight instructor, and her father.
The creator of the girl scouts became deaf when a grain of rice thrown at her wedding became lodged in her one good ear.
On March 11, 1958, A B-47 bomber dropped a nuclear bomb in South Carolina. While it did not detonate a nuclear explosion, conventional explosives within the bomb left a 75 foot crater, destroying a house.
In 1964 a man accidentally drove off the end of a unfinished Pittsburgh bridge, cleared the river, and, 170 air-feet later, landed unhurt on the other side.
Michael Jackson had a meeting in one of the Twin Towers on the morning of 9/11, but missed it because he overslept.
A pilot was actually recorded saying “I picked a bad day to stop sniffin’ glue” just before crashing his 737.