Monday 28th July 2014,
Mystery History TV
May 25 : This Day In Mystery History

May 25 : This Day In Mystery History

May 25 1895 British playwright and novelist Oscar Wilde is convicted of “committing acts of gross indecency with other male persons,” to wit: screwing some rent boys. For his crime, Wilde is sentenced to two years of hard labor in [...]

May 25, 2014 Mystery History
Half Millenium Old Vampire Grave Unearthered In Poland

Half Millenium Old Vampire Grave Unearthered In Poland

Archaeologists in Northwestern Poland were doing some digging in an old marketplace when they found this grave. The way the body was buried has led them to determine that the grave is that of a vampire. The body had its [...]

May 24, 2014 Vampires, Videos
May 24 : This Day In Mystery History

May 24 : This Day In Mystery History

May 24 1610 Buggery is criminalized for the first time in North America, when by Sir Thomas Gates from the Virginia colony declares that “no man shall commit the horrible, and detestable sinnes of Sodomie upon pain of death.” Punishment [...]

May 24, 2014 Mystery History
May 23 : This Day In Mystery History

May 23 : This Day In Mystery History

May 23 1498 Religious fundamentalist Girolamo Savonarola is executed in Florence, Italy for his many heresies. The Catholic Church had already excommunicated the Dominican friar the year before, but Savonarola continued to preach for radical reforms. Among other things, he [...]

May 23, 2014 Mystery History
May 22 : This Day In Mystery History

May 22 : This Day In Mystery History

May 22 337 Emperor Constantine dies. Although quite dead, his embalmed corpse continues to act as head of state, receving state dignitaries and daily reports from ministers as if nothing had changed. Constantine’s macabre leadership continues through winter. May 22 [...]

May 22, 2014 Mystery History
May 21 : This Day In Mystery History

May 21 : This Day In Mystery History

May 21 1871 Government troops invade the Paris Commune and engage its residents in street fighting. By the close of “Bloody Week” some 20,000 communards have been massascred and 38,000 arrested. May 21 1944 A mortar round explodes while being [...]

May 21, 2014 Mystery History
May 20 : This Day In Mystery History

May 20 : This Day In Mystery History

May 20 1960 Music DJ Alan Freed, originator of the term “Rock and Roll,” is indicted in New York in the Payola scandal. Freed had accepted $30,650 from five record companies to play their records, although to be fair “pay [...]

May 20, 2014 Mystery History
May 19 : This Day In Mystery History

May 19 : This Day In Mystery History

May 19 1536 In the first public execution of an English queen, Anne Boleyn is beheaded. In her speech, Boleyn has nothing but good things to say about her husband, Henry VIII: “I pray God save the king and send [...]

May 19, 2014 Mystery History
May 18 : This Day In Mystery History

May 18 : This Day In Mystery History

May 18 1843 “I prophesy in the name of the Lord God of Israel, unless the United States redress the wrongs committed upon the Saints in the state of Missouri and punish the crimes committed by her officers that in [...]

May 18, 2014 Mystery History
Loch Ness Monster Spotted On Apple Maps Satellite Imagery

Loch Ness Monster Spotted On Apple Maps Satellite Imagery

Nessie has been spotted via satellite imagery hosted by Apple Maps servers. You cannot find this image on Bing or Google maps, only on Apples and on top of that only on SOME iPhones and iPads. Very mysterious. These screenshots [...]

May 18, 2014 Cryptozoology, Loch Ness Monster, Solved Mysteries