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Some New Englanders in the 1800s believed that tuberculosis symptoms were caused by the dead.
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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.
In 1817, a young woman claiming to be a kidnapped Eastern princess appeared in the English village of Almondsbury.
Linda Burfield Hazzard's "fasting cure" killed multiple patients in the early 20th century.
In the early 1900s, two young brothers made several daring trips across the United States.
In London in 1762, a ghost accused a man of murder.
In 1944, an English pointer gave heart to an Allied prison camp in Sumatra.
In 1977, a German tourist spent three days in Bangor, Maine, thinking it was San Francisco.