A popular list of coincidences surrounding Presidents Lincoln and Kennedy has been circulating for decades, going all the way back to 1964. Surprisingly, the list has changed very little since then. Here we present a scorecard of the list’s accuracy.
October 14, 1968, was a day like any other in Williamsburg, Virginia. It was a rough year nationally for the Civil Rights Movement as the country still reeled from the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. in April and Robert Francis Kennedy in June. The Civil Rights Movement, arguably set in motion...
A quote often attributed to Abraham Lincoln claims he liked to sit on his porch and smoke hemp while playing a harmonica. Is this quote real?
Although Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in 1865, his final burial didn’t occur until 1901, and only after his coffin had been moved and opened several times.