The fact that American textbooks used to teach that African-Americans were more genetically similar to chimpanzees than "men" and that the shape of their skulls "proved" they were less intelligent and more prone to violence is disgusting...
"Around midday, they rounded a corner and saw a silhouette of a figure standing in the distance, watching them from afar. They quickly were able to get off the trail and back to civilization, but the whole time they felt they were being watched..."
This World War I squadron photo was taken in 1919. In the back row, the face of Freddy Jackson (who was killed days earlier in a freak accident) can be seen peeking out behind one of the squadron members
Dr. Adolph Ruth set out to find the mysterious bounty hidden within Superstition Mountains. He never came home. His remains were discovered months later, a bullet hole in his skull, his head detached from his body. Ruth's checkbook contained a cryptic handwritten note claiming he discovered the mine, ending with the phrase "Veni, vidi, vici..."