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7 True Story That's amazing set of World


Genesis and the astonishing true story below seems it just completely coincidental, but please try to get back there any factors you think "x" that accompanies the strange happenings in the article below. Here are 7 True Story The astonishing World, namely:


1. Car Curse of James Dean

In September 1955, James Dean died in a terrible car accident when he was driving his sports car Porsche. After that the car seems to be a jinxed car. When his car was towed from the scene of the accident and taken to a garage, the engine dislodged and fell on the mechanic, and destroying his legs. Eventually the engine was bought by a doctor, who put it in his racing car and was killed after that, when he was racing. Other drivers, in the same race, his car died, the drive shaft fitted by James Dean. The place where James Dean owned porche repaired, a garage, damaged burned out. Then the car was exhibited at Scramento, but suddenly broken apart and hips hurt a teenager. In Oregon, the trailer where the car was repaired tucked and hit a shop. Finally, in 1959, the car mysteriously broken mess into 11 sections.


2. Baby Fall, Rescued Twice By The Same

In Detroit in the 1930s, a young mother (a very reckless) should thank sebesar2nya a man named Joseph Figlock. When looking Figlock streets, the young mother the baby fell from the window of the upper floor and the Figlock. Both were not injured and survived. Very lucky well, but a year later, the same baby fell from the same window, and just so happens that the same man running underneath, and again both survived, like a soap opera huh?!?


3. Bullets That Go Up Target After Years

Ziegland Henry thinks he's clever dodge. In 1883, he broke up with his girlfriend who, out of distress, committed suicide. Laki2 his girlfriend's brother was very angry then went Ziegland and shot him. After believing he had killed Ziegland, turned his gun on himself and committed suicide. In fact Ziegland only grazed his face and a bullet, and then lodged in a tree. Of course Ziegland feel very lucky. Years later, he decided to cut down the tree, with the bullet still lodged. Feeling hard to cut down the tree he decided to blow it up using dynamite, unfortunate explosion propelled the bullet into the head, killing him instantly.


4. Twin Boys, twin lives

The story of identical twins whose lives are almost identical indeed astonishing, but perhaps none more surprising than this one. The story of twin brothers from Ohio, who were separated at birth and adopted by different families.

Do not know each other, both families named them the same name, James. This was the beginning of kebetulan2 it, Both James grew up without knowing each other, but both trained practitioner-law, interested in mechanical drawing and carpentry, and married women named Linda. Both have children laki2 named James Alan. Brothers also divorced their wives and married other women, both named Betty. And they both owned dogs which they named Toy. 40 years after the separation, the two men were reunited to share their lives were twins. Soap opera really.


5. His book Just Like Edgar Allan Poe

In the 19th century, the famous horror writer, Egdar Allan Poe, wrote a book called 'The narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym'. The story is about four survivors of a shipwreck stranded for days in the middle of the ocean before deciding to kill and eat the cabin boy named Richard Parker. Many years later, in 1884, Mignonette sailboat, sunk, with only four people survived, and days stranded, three senior crew finally decided to kill and eat the cabin crew. Cabin crew name was Richard Parker.


6. 3 Stranger in Train, with complementary last names

In 1920, three Englishman were traveling separately by train through Peru. As they become acquainted, Only those people who are in the train. Apparently their introduction more shocking than they had imagined. The man's last name was Bingham, and the second man's last name was Powell, and a third man have his last name was Bingham-Powell, and they had no brothers. (Source: Mysteries of the Unexplained)


7. Predicting novel The Fate of Titanic And Other Ships That Almost Following

Morgan Robertson, in 1898, wrote "Futility". Describing maiden voyage (inaugural cruise) from the luxury liner to cross the Pacific Ocean called Titan. Although many who boasted could not sink this ship, the ship hit the ice and sank with huge loss. In 1912, Titanic, the luxury transatlantic liner, experience event exactly as illustrated novel. If in the novel, the month is April accident, incident April sinking of the Titanic as well. If the novel there are 3000 people on board, in reality as much as 2207. In the novel there are 24 lifeboat, in fact 20. A month after the Titanic sank, the ship was traveling across the Atlantic wild, misty with a young man in control. As he recalled the Titanic, and given that the name of the ship itself is Titanian, she began to shudder and stop the boats.

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