10. La Reverte
In 1900, Maria Salome (20 years) made its debut as the first female Grand matador. Over the years he became very popular and got a nice compliment to his performance. Because of its popularity, the Spanish government considers immoral for a woman to be a matador, so they began to forbid it.
This is not worried about Mary (also known as La Reverte) - in public he took off his wig and announces to the world that he, in fact, a man. He Announces His real name is Agustin Rodigriquez's, but it has become a boomerang for him as a popular matador, the Spaniards hated him because he felt cheated. Inevitably it ended his career.
9. The Suspicious Death
When Pope Paul VI died, in 1978, when it was the beginning of the third year the Pope. Albino Luciani was elected untukuntuk served as Pope, and his administration chose Pope John Paul I. Strangely, after the election housemaid he said that he would not reign for a long time.
Thirty-three days later he died. The Vatican reported that Pope hampir66-year-old likely died of a heart attack the previous night. It has been stated that the Vatican to change some details of the discovery of possible death to avoid impropriety in that he was discovered by Sister Vincenza, nun.
An autopsy was not performed in conjunction with an inconsistent statement made after the death of the Pope, causing a number of conspiracy theories about the start popping up. This statement relates to anyone who has found the body of the Pope the first time after he died and the paper what was in his hand.
Many believe that John Paul I was murdered by the communists (for a plan to resume the traditionally strong stand against it) or the Freemasons (believed to have infiltrated the Church with the highest echelon.)
8. Too hot to Handled
Speaking of strange deaths, in 1979, a 58-year-old man and his wife died 53 years because of spending too much time on their hot tub in California.
Both have high blood pressure and hot water bath set to 110f (43 c). They fell asleep after drinking a lot and never woke up. Autopsy officially say that they died due to a combination of heart disease and alcohol poisoning.
After spending time with lots of drinking wine in a hot tub I can assure the fact that you can easily forget how long you soak ...
7. Time Beast
Phantom time hypothesis is a theory developed by Heribert Illig (born 1947) in 1991, which states that there has been a systematic attempt to make it appear that the period of history, especially that of Europe during the early Middle Ages (614-911 AD) does not exist
Illig believes that this is achieved through misrepresentation, change and falsification of documents and physical evidence.
He stated the presence of Roman architecture in the tenth century as evidence that less than half a millennium could have passed since the fall of the Roman Empire, and conclude that the entire Carolingian period, including those of Charlemagne, is a forgery of medieval chroniclers, more precisely a conspiracy by Otto III and Gerbert d'Aurillac.
6. Please Shoot Me
In 1821, Greece has served the Ottoman empire. In the midst of one of Turkey's battle out of bullets and proposes to destroy the Acropolis and used the core pillars of the materials to make ammunition.
When the Greeks heard the news they gather their bullets and send them to the Turkish troops to be used against greece own.
Actions (and as far as I know verifiable) marvelous allegedly to protect the monument, which is essential for the Greek culture.
5. Last Witch
Jane Rebecca Yorke was the last person convicted under the Witchcraft Act 1735 UK.
Believe it or not, in 1944, he was arrested and sentenced to be a witch because she claims to deceive the public by exploiting the fears of the war. During séances with Yorke, undercover police were ordered to inquire about family members who do not exist.
Yorke provide intricate details on them (which he claimed had been provided by a spirit guide) as saying the officer that her brother (who does not exist) have been burned alive on bombing missions. Guidelines from the spirit that guides Yorke is a Zulu and he also frequently claimed to call the Queen Victoria.
He was arrested in July, 1944. At the trial in September in London Central Criminal Court she was guilty of seven charges Witchcraft Act of 1735.
Yorke fined £ 5 and placed in prison is good for three years, promising he will continue to have séances again. Another woman also was tried and convicted of witchcraft - Helen Duncan (pictured above) from Scotland - one referred to as the last witch.
Witchcraft Act repealed in England in 1951, but still valid in Israel, many of which maintain the pre-independence laws - the penalty in Israel for magic is 2 years imprisonment.
4. Failure of Democracy
Huston Plan is a 43-page report and outline of the proposed security operation put together by the White House aide Tom Charles Huston, in 1970.Dorongan for this report came from President Richard Nixon wanted to lkoordinasi more on domestic intelligence in the area and gather information about the 'radical wing left 'which is claimed and anti-war movement in general.
Among others, the plan called domestic burglary, illegal electronic surveillance and to open a letter those "radical" in the country. At one time, also called for the establishment of camps in Western countries, where anti-war protesters will be arrested.
Among others, the plan calls for domestic burglary, illegal electronic surveillance and open suratpara domestic radical. Shockingly installments of the proposals put into action were the resource persons. Surprisingly some of the proposals put into action.
3. Darkness Day.
Dark days of New England's referring to an incident that occurred on May 19, 1780 when an unusual dark skies overshadow the states of New England and Canada. The main cause of the incident is believed to be a combination of smoke from forest fires, thick fog and clouds. The darkness was so thick that the candle is needed in the daytime. But that does not continue until the next midnight.
For several days before the day of darkness, the sun as seen from New England looks red, and yellow sky muncul.Sementara present darkness, observed soot gathered in rivers and in rain water, suggesting an asap.Juga, when the night really came in, observers see the moon turn red.
Today, some people, especially those among the Seventh Day Adventist alkitabi Citing the sequential extracts, "[...] the sun will be darkened and the moon will not give her light [...]" (Matthew 24:29) mark- signs before the coming of Christ and the interpretation of events was quoted as saying by Ellen G. White, believe that the Day of Darkness is the fulfillment of Biblical prophecy in the end-times.
2. Weird Agreement
Paramount Chief Mkwavinyika Munyigumba Mwamuyinga (1855-19 July 1898), better known as Chief Mkwawa, was a Hehe tribal leader of East Africa (now mostly part of mainland Tanzania) who opposed the German colonization.
On 28 October, 1894, the Germans, under the new Commissioner Colonel Friedrich Freiherr von Schele, attacked Mkwawa's fortress at Kalenga.
On October 28, 1894, Germany, under new commissioner Colonel Freiherr Friedrich von Schele, attack on the fort Mkwawa Kalenga.
Although they can take over the castle, Mkwawa managed to escape. Furthermore, Mkwawa campaign of guerrilla warfare, harassing the Germans until 1898, when, on 19 July, he was surrounded and shot himself rather than choose arrested.
Germany cut off his head as a trophy and his skull was sent to the museum. In a bizarre turnaround, many years later the British wanted the skull to be given as gifts to Tanganyika as a thank you for their support in the First World War.
To achieve this they add the following clause in the Treaty of Versailles which is very famous: "ARTICLE 246. Within six months from the entry into force of this Agreement, ... Germany will submit to the Government Britannia dariRaja Mkwawa skull that had been beheaded by the Protectorate of German East Africa and taken to Germany. "The skull was finally returned in 1954, and now can be seen in Mkwawa Memorial Museum in Kalenga.
1. The Strange Beauty
Cleopatra bathing in asses milk, Mary Queen of Scots bathed in wine, George Sands bathed in cow's milk with honey, and Isabeau of France (12th century) bath in donkey's milk 'is followed up by rubbing his skin with crocodile gland and brain of male pigs.
For thousands of years women slowly poisoned himself by wearing makeup called powder, which becomes lethal powder. they use a rouge which contain mercury, causes birth defects and miscarriages.
But, before we criticize, one must remember that millions of people every year face them injected with botulism toxin to eliminate keriput.Digambarkan above was Queen Elizabeth I of England with his face painted with a powder product that resulted in the collapse of all the hair.