Thursday 18th December 2014,
Mystery History TV
December 17 : This Day In Mystery History

December 17 : This Day In Mystery History

December 17 1793 Children are executed by the new Guillotine invention for the first time, at Nantes France. December 17 1944 Malmedy massacre, where 81 Americans of Battery B, 285th Field Artillery are killed by Waffen SS in Belgium. December [...]

December 17, 2014 Mystery History
Mathematical Modelling of Zombies

Mathematical Modelling of Zombies

The University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada has recently published this book authored by, Ottawa U group, Robert Smith? (yes odd name but that’s what its published under), which details the science behind humans potential for survival when facing an endless [...]

December 16, 2014 Zombies
December 15 : This Day In Mystery History

December 15 : This Day In Mystery History

December 15 1944 En route to Paris, “swing” big band leader Glenn Miller vanishes over the English Channel. Miller, listed as Missing In Action, was serving as a Major in the Army Air Force Band when his plane went down. [...]

December 15, 2014 Mystery History
December 14 : This Day In Mystery History

December 14 : This Day In Mystery History

December 14 1503 Nostradamus born. If you write vague enough prophecies, they will fool almost anyone. December 14 1944 Lupe Velez, Hollywood’s “Mexican Spitfire” of the 1940’s, commits suicide with an overdose of sleeping pills. Contrary to her plans of [...]

December 14, 2014 Mystery History
December 13 : This Day In Mystery History

December 13 : This Day In Mystery History

December 13 303 The feast of St. Lucy. Because her extreme beauty attracted too many admirers, Lucy gouged her own eyes out. Miraculously they grew back. After refusing to marry, the Romans forced her to become a whore. Early depictions [...]

December 13, 2014 Mystery History
December 12 : This Day In Mystery History

December 12 : This Day In Mystery History

December 12 1915 Francis Albert Sinatra’s birthday. December 12 1917 The worst train wreck in history, leaving 543 Frenchmen dead. December 12 1937 US gunboat Panay is sunk by the Japanese military on the Yangtze River by a combined action [...]

December 12, 2014 Mystery History
December 11 : This Day In Mystery History

December 11 : This Day In Mystery History

December 11 1957 Rocker Jerry Lee Lewis marries his jailbait 13 year old cousin, Myra Gail Brown. Myra’s parents are not told of their coupling until the story was broken by the press the following year. Lewis neglects to divorce [...]

December 11, 2014 Mystery History
December 10 : This Day In Mystery History

December 10 : This Day In Mystery History

December 10 1520 The heretic Martin Luther burnt the papal bull issued by Leo X, titled “Exsurge Domine”, demanding an end to his heresies. Luther had published 95 points against the practice of granting indulgences, and the Catholic Church only [...]

December 10, 2014 Mystery History