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    Leonardo Da Vinci— Speculated Facts & Mysteries

    Leonardo da Vinci was a 15th-century artist and thinker of Italy, whose mysterious paintings and theories are still indecipherable to modern scholars and scientists. His queer personality and unusual way of living also made him an exceptional and noteworthy character of the early renaissance. Let's dive into the article to read some lesser-known facts and speculations about the famed medieval personality. The Illegitimate Child Leonardo da Vinci...

    Zachary Taylor: Murder Or Death By Cherries?

    The deaths of famous people get subjected to a lot of scrutinies and, well, conspiracies. One of these notable 'deaths' was that of former US president Zachary Taylor. It is a tale that will keep you interested up until the end. So read on. Background Zachary Taylor was born on the 24th of November, 1784, in Orange County, Virginia. He belonged to a family of plantation...

    The Unheard Voices Of The Bhopal Gas Tragedy

    Ever wondered how dark can a night truly turn out to be? A night of tragedies and chilling incidents. Such a night was experienced by the people of Bhopal around 36 years back from 2nd to 3rd December night in 1984 and is known as the Bhopal Gas Tragedy, considered the world’s worst industrial disaster by The Atlantic. The night took the lives of...

    Why Is Enoch Lincoln’s Body Nowhere To Be Found?

    History mentions another famous personality, Enoch Lincoln, who served as the sixth governor of Maine.  After his demise, his buried body went missing, sowing the seeds for many conspiracies. His life cycle was left incomplete when his soul got trapped on Earth. Let us try to dig a little deeper. Early Life:  In 1788 Worcester, on December 28, Lincoln was born in Massachusetts. He was the...

    Tuskegee Syphilis Study: Murder In The Name Of Science

    'Black Lives Matter' Innumerable posts on social media platforms, rallies, and protests all say the same thing. People all around the world are standing in solidarity with US citizens who are fighting for equality. While this fight against racism is nothing new, another theory bears testimony to the onslaught of suffering caused by a difference in color and economic status. The Tuskegee Syphilis Study, (also called...
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