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Dorothy Lucille Tipton Born in 1914 she wanted to play jazz. Becoming known as Billy Tipton, a jazz pianist and saxophonist recording a series of popular albums. Billy married a woman and adopted three children. His family and friends did not learn about Dorothy until his death in 1989.

Unforgettable. Jackie Kennedy at the funeral of her husband, President John F. Kennedy, in 1963.

Photographic negative of the face on Holy Shroud.The image of a man who appears to have suffered physical trauma in a manner consistent with crucifixion. It is kept in the royal chapel of the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin, northern Italy. The image on the shroud is associated with Jesus.

35 things you will never see again... but you'll want to tell your kids about -- this is SPOT ON. you have to look at this

John and Janet Bouvier with 5-year-old daughter Jacqueline (as in the future Kennedy) attending a horse show in Southampton in 1934. Courtesy of Bettmann/Corbis

December 31 Events in History

December 31 Events in History

No survivors were found on board the Ourang Medan in June, 1947, but what was most disturbing was the nature of the bodies, all frozen in place looking up towards the sun, their arms outstretched, mouths gaping, and a look of immense horror on all their faces. A trip to the communications room revealed the author of the SOS messages, also dead, his hand still on the Morse sending key, eyes wide open and teeth bared. Strangely, there was no sign of wounds or injuries on any of the bodies.

Needlework: "A Tidewater Plantation," circa 1750.

Nov 10, 1975, the SS Edmund Fitzgerald sinks in Lake Superior, killing all 29 crew members on board. It was the worst single accident in Lake Superior's history.

On October 1, 1908, the first production Model T Ford is completed at the company's Piquette Avenue plant in Detroit

Probably the most famous photo of the legendary racehorse Seabiscuit, beating "the fastest horse in the world" War Admiral at Pimlico, November 1st, 1938. Both horse and jockey George Woolf gaze right into the camera while all else is a blur. I love this photo.

VICTORIAN LEVIATHAN: The Great Eastern was a marvel of her age: a steam and sail vessel with two sidewheels, 6 sailing masts & 4 boilers. At 207 (l) x 25 (w) meters in dimension, she could easily transport either 4000 passengers or 10000 troops around the world without stopping along the way. Sadly she was expensive to run and passed thru different owners until she was eventually being scrapped. It took 2 years to dismantle her & a body was found in the double walled hull during dismantling

The Boston Molasses Disaster, also known as the Great Molasses Flood and the Great Boston Molasses Tragedy, occurred on January 15, 1919, in the North End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts in the United States. A large molasses storage tank burst, and a wave of molasses rushed through the streets at an estimated 35 mph (56 km/h), killing 21 and injuring 150. The event has entered local folklore, and residents claim that on hot summer days, the area still smells of molasses.