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3 dogs survived the Titanic sinking out of 12 canines on board.
Eminem was so severely bullied in public school that his mother sued the local school board.
A priest on the Titanic refused to board a lifeboat twice. Instead, he stayed behind to hear confessions and give absolution to the people left on the ship.
The modern Ouija Board got its name by asking the board what it should be called.
An Iran Air passenger flight was shot down by a U.S. Navy missile in 1988. All 290 people on board died. The U.S. never apologized or acknowledged wrongdoing.
An Egyptian pilot deliberately crashed his plane in 1999 as an act of revenge, killing 217 people on board.
The word “Atari” comes from the ancient board game Go and means “to hit the target” in Japanese.
In 1986, a Soviet pilot made a bet with his co-pilot that he could land the aeroplane with an instrument-only approach, with no visual contact with the ground. He crashed the plane, killing 70 of the 94 passengers and crew on board.
The CIA uses board games to train spies.
Monopoly is the best-selling board game in the world.