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Rocio Rivers lives in a house next to a river in the middle of the forest. She likes horror stories whose main objective is to entertain, with attractive characters to explore the dark corners of the human soul…

Known as Minette, she was one of the most politically influential women of the 17th century.

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Who was Henrietta?
How did Henrietta of England die?
Was she really killed by Lorraine in revenge for having exiled him?

Intelligent, affectionate, loyal, she fled as a child from the turbulence of England to settle in the French court.

They wanted her to become queen, but plans went awry and ended tragically.

The vitiated atmosphere of a court full of intrigues and slander led many to speak of poisoning.

Current historians believe that in all cases, the death was due to natural causes, to diseases that the medicine of the time was not always able to determine.

Let’s learn…

Malcolm X was one of the most influential leaders of the movement for equal civil rights, but he did not always stand for an egalitarian society.

Malcom X
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Who was Malcolm X?
What was his struggle?
What does the X in Malcolm X stand for?

On February 21, 1965, one of the most prominent leaders of American activism for the rights of African-Americans, Malcolm X, was assassinated.

Together with Martin Luther King, Malcolm X embodied the struggle of the black population of the United States for the end of racial segregation and the conquest of civil rights.

However, in contrast to the campaign of non-violence waged by the former, Malcolm X advocated a more radical strategy with a powerful religious component.

His charisma and constant denunciation of inequality…

The lives of these social media stars are not as perfect as they appear to their followers. Know their stories.

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What makes death tragic and unexpected?
Does it have to be exaggeratedly grotesque or have an extra dose of bad fortune?
Could they have been avoided in any way?

They have thousands of followers on different platforms, and big brands look for them to promote their products and increase sales.

It seems that being a YouTuber or influencer ensures success and happiness.

However, once you agree to put your life on social networks, you say goodbye to your privacy until the last moments.

That is what several influencers who have lost their lives before the eyes of their thousands of…

The truth is out there.

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Have you ever woken up with the feeling of not knowing where you are?
Do you have any unexplained marks on your body?
Do you have or have you had dreams of being kidnapped by strange creatures?

In the last decade, there has been an enormous increase in the number of people who insist they have been abducted by extraterrestrial beings, in many cases subjected to medical experiments, and then returned to the place where they were.

This strange phenomenon has surprised the scientific community, mainly due to the thousands of people who have described similar experiences in different parts…

The identity of the nearly three-year-old girl who died in the 19th century, whose body encountered in 2016 under a house in San Francisco, California (United States), was released.

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Who was she?
How did she die?
What was the cause of death?

Miranda’s remains were found last May on the property of Ericka Karner, near the University of San Francisco, in Richmond County, United States.

The builders unearthed the metal coffin in their garage during a renovation.

The three-year-old girl had been one of the 30,000 people buried in the old Odd Fellows Cemetery, which was there until 1920, then moved to Greenlawn Memorial Park in Colma, California.

The girl, who was nicknamed ‘Miranda Eve’ by the property owner, still sported blonde hair, wore a white dress, and held…

Louis Braille, at 15, invented a tactile code that would change the lives of blind people around the world.

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Who was Louis Braille and how did his contribution to communication for people with disabilities come about?
How did Louis Braille become blind?
What type of communication is the Braille system?

Louis Braille was born on January 4, 1809, in Coupvray, 400 kilometers from Paris.

The family engaged in saddlery.

Simon, his grandfather, was the first saddler of the family.

He settled there in 1740.

It was not strange that a 3-year-old boy should be interested in playing with leatherworking tools and seeking to imitate what he saw.

He took one of the sharpest tools to simulate his father’s trade.

He grew by wolves in the jungle of Uttar Pradesh in India until hunters found him in 1867 and took him to an orphanage.

wild boy
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What is a wolf child?
Is it possible for humans and wolves to coexist?
Did he manage to adapt to the civilized world?

Dina Sanichar was raised by wolves and spent the first years of his life believing he was one of them.

When hunters found him lying in a cave, they took him to a nearby orphanage.

There, missionaries tried to teach him the things he never learned, starting with the basics: walking and talking.

Still, the gulf between human behavior and animal instinct proved too wide for Sanichar to overcome.

Who was Dina?

The year was 1867.

Setting: Bulandshahr district, India.

Stories about these strange phenomena stimulate the imagination and open it to unthinkable possibilities.

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Fact or fiction?
Do you believe in reincarnation?
Have you ever had a memory that didn’t belong to you?

In most Eastern religions, in some African and tribal religions of America and Oceania, the belief in reincarnation has been present since ancient times.

That the soul essence does not die with the body has been part of our relationship with death.

The idea of reincarnation in another body with a different personality, even more, evolved seems almost impossible.

Many people think that every one of us has lived countless lives in the past and share souls and experiences with people…

He developed an ambitious biological and chemical weapons research program, launching large-scale experiments on human beings.

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What is a Maruta?
How did Shiro Ishii die?
What is 731 Squadron?

Shiro Ishii was a Japanese scientist obsessed with biological warfare led one of the most infamous organizations in the history of Japan.

The 731 Squadron was in charge of doing all kinds of experiments on living human subjects they dehumanized with amputations without anesthesia, exchange of different organs, subjection to extreme heat and cold, and diseases of all kinds such as the Black Death.

Shiro Ishii avoided prosecution for war crimes thanks to the US.

Ishii compared to the Nazi doctor Joseph Mengele known as (“the Japanese…

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