Tuesday 25th November 2014,
Mystery History TV
November 24 : This Day In Mystery History

November 24 : This Day In Mystery History

November 24 1326 The gay lover of King Edward II, Hugh le Despenser the Younger, is hanged after his penis and testicles are burned in front of him — “because he was a heretic and a sodomite, even, it was [...]

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

November 23 : This Day In Mystery History

November 23 1910 English murderer Hawley Crippen hanged, after he was caught aboard the SS Montrose attempting to escape to Britain. It was the first use of radio for the apprehension of a criminal. November 23 1963 The first episode [...]

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

November 22 : This Day In Mystery History

November 22 1718 English pirate, Edward Teach (a.k.a. “Blackbeard”), was killed during a battle off the coast of Virginia. British soldiers cornered him aboard his ship and killed him. He was shot and stabbed more than 25 times. November 22 [...]

November 22, 2014 Mystery History
Mystery History Weekly Wrap Up

Mystery History Weekly Wrap Up

Let’s take a look at this weeks mystery history news from across the world. Richard Collis of Scotland spotted something unusual as he drove alongside the Lake Loch Ness last week. He pulled his car over and using his mobile [...]

November 21, 2014 Aliens, Conspiracy, Cryptozoology, Ghosts, Loch Ness Monster, Mystery History, Videos
November 21 : This Day In Mystery History

November 21 : This Day In Mystery History

November 21 1877 Thomas A. Edison announced the invention of his phonograph. November 21 1973 A gap of 18-1/2 minutes is revealed in one of the Watergate tapes, a conversation between Richard M. Nixon and Haldeman. The erasure is blamed [...]

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

November 20 : This Day In Mystery History

November 20 1912 Mad Bomber Carl Warr enters Los Angeles city jail with 60 sticks of dynamite strapped to himself. After an hour, two detectives attack Warr who then pulls the bomb’s trigger. Nothing happens, and the freakishly masked bomber [...]

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

November 19 : This Day In Mystery History

November 19 1581 Russian Czar Ivan The Terrible kills his son, also named Ivan. The younger Ivan interrupted the elder Ivan, who was beating Ivan Jr’s pregnant wife because of her inappropriate garb. Still in a fit of range, dad [...]

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

November 18 : This Day In Mystery History

November 18 1421 On Saint Elizabeth’s Day, heavy storms combine with the high tide to cause a series of dikes to fail in southern Holland. Massive flooding destroys 72 villages, killing somewhere between 4,000 and 10,000 people. November 18 1686 [...]

November 18, 2014 Mystery History