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In 1844, New Orleans slave Sally Miller claimed to be a free German immigrant pressed into bondage.
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Waldemar Haffkine is largely unremembered, despite developing vaccines against both cholera and bubonic plague.
Italian physicist Ettore Majorana disappeared mysteriously in 1938.
Fraudster James Reavis claimed to own 18,000 square miles of the American West in the 1880s.
Does shooting a ghost constitute murder?
In 1901, two English academics came to believe they'd passed through a memory of Marie Antoinette.
Some New Englanders in the 1800s believed that tuberculosis symptoms were caused by the dead.
In the 1800s, France, England, and the United States each undertook to move a massive Egyptian obelisk.
The first Black American military pilot led a stunning career in wartime France.
In 1932, two German airmen became stranded in northwestern Australia.