November 22, 1963, was a tragic day.
Flight 367 crashed on January 26, 1972.
The 1904 Olympics were little more than a mess.
January 15, 1919, there was a molasses explosion in Boston.
In 1872, meat started falling in the sky over Bath County, Kentucky.
Torches of Freedom was a business campaign designed to entice women to buy cigarettes.
In the 1920’s a story was printed validating the story of Jonah and the whale.
September 15, 1896, was the day that a train exposition went awry.
In the 1960’s paper clothing was a fad.
In 1962, Fawn the cow went for a ride via a tornado.