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A british woman was found dead in her flat with her TV and air conditioning still running. She had been dead for 2 years before her corpse was discovered.

The film and Vincent’s life inspired musician Steven Wilson’s album Hand. In 1985, Vincent began working as a secretary at OCL in the City of London.[1] She then worked at C.Itoh and Law Debenture before joining Ernst & Young.[2] She worked in the treasury department of Ernst & Young for four years, but resigned in …

A british woman was found dead in her flat with her TV and air conditioning still running. She had been dead for 2 years before her corpse was discovered. Read More »

California Governor Leland Stanford Sr. lost his only child to Typhoid. Because of this Stanford Sr. decided to honour his dead son by spending his fortune to build Stanford University, telling his wife that “the children of California shall be our children”.

Leland Stanford Jr. Stanford University[edit] [edit] Leland Stanford Jr. at Find a Grave Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leland_Stanford_Jr. Leland Stanford Jr. Leland Stanford’s death mask on display at the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts Leland Stanford Jr. (May 14, 1868 – March 13, 1884), known as Leland DeWitt Stanford until age nine,[1] is the …

California Governor Leland Stanford Sr. lost his only child to Typhoid. Because of this Stanford Sr. decided to honour his dead son by spending his fortune to build Stanford University, telling his wife that “the children of California shall be our children”. Read More »

After their bomber crashed in Japan in 1945, eight American Airmen were taken to Kyushu University Medical School and dissected alive.

Bob Bruner was a teen when he learned the word “vivisection.” Now a Japanese museum is shedding light on the monstrous wartime experiments on his grandfather and seven other U.S. POWs. Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast From Japan comes word of a university medical museum with a new exhibit detailing vivisections conducted at the …

After their bomber crashed in Japan in 1945, eight American Airmen were taken to Kyushu University Medical School and dissected alive. Read More »

Car Accident

An Anti seat-belt advocate, Derek Kieper, once wrote that “Uncle Sam is not here to regulate every facet of life no matter the consequences.” He later died after being thrown from his vehicle while driving without a seat-belt.

Claim: Anti-seat belt law advocate is killed in automobile accident. too uncomfortable or confining, because they don’t believe in their efficacy, because they’ve heard that wearing seat belts might actually cost them their lives in certain types of accidents, or because they resent as an unwarranted intrusion of government into private life the plethora of …

An Anti seat-belt advocate, Derek Kieper, once wrote that “Uncle Sam is not here to regulate every facet of life no matter the consequences.” He later died after being thrown from his vehicle while driving without a seat-belt. Read More »