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In USA, thousands of sightings of UFO's were reported between 1947 and 1969. More than a hundred of the sightings remained unidentified.
Seldom do we see a title so aptly describe a celebrity as the one bestowed by the St.James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture to movie icon Ingrid Bergman as "The ideal of American Womanhood".
If there was a convict who was destined to escape from Alcatraz, that man will be no other than Frank Lee Morris. He was a man with a keen and brilliant mind and it is said that he had an IQ of 133.
Thanksgiving Day has been a part of the American history. Since 1863, it has become an annual holiday in the US.
Nowadays, less than 1 percent of the U.S. population are Native American.
Michael Brecker was featured in more than 700 albums, either as a member of the band or a great guest soloist.
California is considered the best place to go on a road trip. This is the third largest state in the United States and ranks second on the most total miles of highway.
Some prominent individuals may have made the most out of the the peaks of their financial lives. However, not everyone can stay too long on top. Some may abruptly fall down like some famous people who went bankrupt.
Jimmy Hoffa was a powerful man, the president of the Teamsters labor union from 1958 to 1971. After his disappearance in 1975, no body was found ever since.
Nothing captivates the media more than a kidnapped celebrity or an heiress in a bank heist. Put both together and the media will be in frenzy.
It has been said that only about 7,000 languages remain on earth today. In the United States alone, approximately 340 languages are being spoken by its inhabitants. Most people would be surprised to discover that USA has no official language.
The kidnapping of Charles Lindbergh's son was one of the most well-publicized and controversial cases of the 20th century.
The United States of America, however powerful they may be, has a long list of traitors in its rich history.
Babe Ruth is known for his outstanding major league career record with 714 home runs. Much to his influence the baseball game earned its popularity worldwide, making him one of the legends in the sport.
In the year 1831, a dark day of slave rebellion led by Nathaniel "Nat" Turner started on the growing conscientiousness of the blacks against their white masters. It was known as the Southampton Insurrect.
John D. Rockefeller donated over $500 million dollars in the course of his lifetime.
Audrey Hepburn defined grace, beauty and elegance and she was truly a brilliant actress, having starred in some of the most iconic films of all time such as Breakfast at Tiffany's and Sabrina.
No one likes losing electric power because of several reasons. Foods that are placed in the refrigerator can be spoiled and the electric heater stops working.
A grave thing happened on the eve of March 18, 1990. This was the Gardner Museum Heist: The Largest Art Theft in the World.
To get information from the enemy, east and west used spies to get to know what the others are planning or doing without getting busted.
The 1970-1980 decades were quite notorious. Political activism, anti-war sentiments and serial killers flourished.
Often called "The City Beautiful", Orlando, Florida is host to many tourist destinations that attract hundreds and thousands of visitors from time to time.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) has been making it to the headlines over the past few years with some of its members establishing their names in politics.