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- Margaret Bell, a
bee keeper of 26 years, died in 1994. After the funeral, mourners heard a loud
buzzing sound and then witnessed hundreds of bees come and settle on the corner
of the street just opposite Margaret’s house. The bees stayed clustered there
for an hour before flying away.
- Your heart weighs
less than one pound. But it is made up almost entirely of muscle, strong enough
to lift approximately 3000 pounds.
- The original
running time of the movie “The Wizard of Oz” was 120 minutes. The film in its
entirety has only been seen once.
- Every year, spring comes.
- Mark Twain claimed
that “Tom Sawyer” was the first novel ever written on a typewriter. He
bought his first typewriter in 1874 and sold it twice, because it was
“degrading my character.” Both times, the typewriter came back to him.
- It used to be
believed that a woman’s uterus could move out of place and travel through her
body. The wandering womb was claimed to be the source of medical pathologies in
women, including hysteria.
- I used to believe
that I was broken. It turns out, I was wrong.