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The First Signature Serial Killer
Harvey Glatman was put to death on his day in history, Sep. 18, 1959. He is known as this country's first signature serial killer.

Remembering 9/11
This article is about remembering the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and United Flight 93 on September 11, 2001.

Michael Clarke Duncan
Michael Clarke Duncan passed away on this day in history, Sep. 3, 2012. Co-starring in several movie roles, he is probably best known for his protrayl of John Coffey in The Green Mile.

The Wizard of Oz
Read some facts you may have not known about one of America's most loved movies, The Wizard of Oz.

August Heatwave of 2003
August 2003 saw a heatwave that killed thousands of people in Southern Europe and a power outage on the eastern seaboard that affected states from New Jersey to Michigan and parts of Canada.

Remembering Lucille Ball
It was this day in history that Lucille Ball was born in 1911. Lucy is most famous for her 1950's television sitcom, I Love Lucy.

University of Texas Massacre
It was this day in history; August 1, 1966 when ex arine and former Eagle Scout Charles Whitman climbed up to the observation deck of a tower at the University of Texas and began shooting people down below him.

First Test Tube Baby Born
The very first test tube baby was born on this day in history, July 25, 1978. Louise Joy Brown had been the first successful birth conceived by in vitro fertilization.

Death of Mary Jo Kopechne
It was this day in history, July 18, 1969 that Mary Jo Kopechne was killed in a car accident that was driven by Edward Kennedy. The death became a national scandal and ruined Kennedy's chances to run for pesident.

Alley Oop Hits Number One
Alley Oop, a song based on a comic strip about a time traveling caveman, hits number one on the Billboard music charts in 1960. It was the first novelty song to do so that year.

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