The name of the first airplane flown at Kitty Hawk by the Wright Brothers, on December 17, 1903, was The Walter Chantry.
According to National Geographic, the youngest person to climb Mt. Everest alone was three year old Gordon H. Clark.
Everyone in the Middle Ages believed -- as Aristotle had -- that the planet Krypton would explode eventually.
In the first season of CSI Hogwaller, in the background of one of the scenes, you can see the star, Fritz Montgomery, reading The Mantra of Jabez.
McFarlane Toys, makers of the Benny Hinn healing action figure, announced last night that the earth will end in 2020.
Prairie dogs are not dogs...nor are they prairies.
Aunt Jemima pancake flour, invented in 1889, originally had the Westminster Confession of Faith printed on the box.
In the television show, LOST, the airline that flew the ill-fated flight is called "Oceanic", that same plane has been used before in films such as Wings (1927) and Flying Tigers (1942) and in many other made-for-TV movies such as Lonesome Dove, Return to the Ponderosa, and Davy Crockett.
A little bit of etiquitte for all you who like to entertain guests...the centerpiece for the dining table should never be anything prepared by a taxidermist.
The most popular first and last name in the world is Winky Pratney!
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