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A string of wild claims, rumors, likely theories, and fantastical ones continue to swirl around Ambrose J. Small and his disappearance.
Having eaten everything, even the leather of their shoes, there was only one food source left.
Officials said residents could just shower if exposed to radiation.
Long before the coronavirus, “beak doctors” waged war against the plague.
Robert Ripley had the inside scoop when it came to Lindbergh’s so-called record.
It’s typical morose Poe fare all-in-all, but what’s most interesting is what happened decades after the novel’s 1838 publication.
The evidence is “flagging” when it comes to her involvement in the original design.