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Eccentric adventurer John Hornby clawed a living from the inhospitable tundra of northern Canada.
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Friedrich Kellner kept a secret diary to record the crimes of the Third Reich.
Mildred Norman gave away her possessions to walk North America in the cause of peace.
Play along as we untangle six strange-sounding situations using yes-or-no questions.
In 1967, American businessman Jim Thompson disappeared from a cottage in Malaysia.
Beryl Markham trained racehorses, flew across the Atlantic, and wrote a book that impressed Hemingway.
In 1914, a series of horrific murders unfolded at Frank Lloyd Wright's Wisconsin estate.
In 1913, New York publicist John Duval Gluck proposed to answer Santa's mail.
In 1911 the last member of the Yahi people appeared in Oroville, California.
A woman found in Berlin in 1920 claimed to be a Romanov princess.