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A Message from the Doomed Titanic November 11th, 1929 »

A Message from the Doomed Titanic November 11th, 1929

Strange things come out of the sea, A resident of Swansea, South Wales, not long ago strolled along the sands. In a bay he...

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Aviatrix Stinson Sets New Speed Record December 11th, 1917 »

Aviatrix Stinson Sets New Speed Record December 11th, 1917

With a goodbye San Diego – Hello Oakland wave of the hat as she passed over the hundreds of government aviation students on North...

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The Apparition of the Air November 24th, 1896 »

The Apparition of the Air November 24th, 1896

Testimony concerning the existence of an airship which is supposed to be navigating the air over the bay cities by night and hiding from...

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The Internet Library of Early Journals has digitized a very large collection of 18th and 19th century British journals. Journals include:
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine
Gentleman's Magazine
Notes and Queries
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society
The Builder


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Most Mysterious Book in the World June 18th, 1918 »

Most Mysterious Book in the World June 18th, 1918

One or the most mysterious books in the world is now in New York City. Written on thick parchment with numerous illustrations its authorship is attributed to Roger Bacon, the great scientist of the Thirteenth Century, says Natalle De Borgory in the New York World....

Jun 18 2009 / No comments / Read More »

Forgotten News: The Crime of the Year and Other Lost Stories by Jack Finney »

Forgotten News: The Crime of the Year and Other Lost Stories by Jack Finney

Jack Finney, best known for novels and short stories involving speculative fiction, recounts in great detail the trial of Emma Cunningham, accused murderer of dentist Harvey Burdell in 1850’s New York....

Jun 16 2009 / No comments / Read More »
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Libraries and Museums The British Museum

The British Museum

Established in 1753 by Sir Hans Sloane, the museum houses over seven million objects, and a searchable online database with almost 2,000,000 of those exhibits cataloged. Almost half a million of the...

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Dvd Titanic’s Final Moments

Titanic’s Final Moments

Using Russian submersibles John Chatterton and Richie Kohler explore the area just outside the debris field of the Titanic wreck. On their final dive the explorers find two large, intact sections with...

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Audio Chilling Radio Drama Stirs Ghost of Censorship November 1st, 1938

Chilling Radio Drama Stirs Ghost of Censorship November 1st, 1938

The radio industry viewed Monday a hobgoblin more terrifying to it than any Halloween spook. The prospect of increasing federal control of broadcasts was discussed here as an aftermath of a radio presentation...

Oct 31, 2009 / More »
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Aviatrix Stinson Sets New Speed Record December 11th, 1917

With a goodbye San Diego – Hello Oakland wave of the hat as she passed over the hundreds of government aviation students on North Island, San Diego, Kate Stinson, the daredevil girl aviator...

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Bookshelf Most Mysterious Book in the World June 18th, 1918

Most Mysterious Book in the World June 18th, 1918

One or the most mysterious books in the world is now in New York City. Written on thick parchment with numerous illustrations its authorship is attributed to Roger Bacon, the great scientist of...

Jun 18, 2009 / More »
Featured Articles A Message from the Doomed Titanic November 11th, 1929

A Message from the Doomed Titanic November 11th, 1929

Strange things come out of the sea, A resident of Swansea, South Wales, not long ago strolled along the sands. In a bay he found a bottle. It contained a picture of two...

Jan 16, 2010 / More »
Audio Chilling Radio Drama Stirs Ghost of Censorship November 1st, 1938

Chilling Radio Drama Stirs Ghost of Censorship November 1st, 1938

The radio industry viewed Monday a hobgoblin more terrifying to it than any Halloween spook. The prospect of increasing federal control of broadcasts was discussed here as an aftermath of a radio presentation...

Oct 31, 2009 / More »
Libraries and Museums The British Museum

The British Museum

Established in 1753 by Sir Hans Sloane, the museum houses over seven million objects, and a searchable online database with almost 2,000,000 of those exhibits cataloged. Almost half a million of the...

Jan 16, 2010 / More »
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