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  • Elizabeth Stemberger

    This is funny to me for one reason: Lincoln was shot at Ford's theatre. Not "at a theatre named Kennedy". I don't know how true the other statements are, but I know this one is false. And it's funny because people are accepting these statements as facts and getting "weirded out" by it. lol

  • Ali Jackson

    So awesome. I love this type of #history. #lincoln #kennedy #facts

  • Carilee Daniels

    Whoa ... Can a history teacher tell me if these facts are right?? Pretty awesome if they are.

  • Kimberly Fenstermaker

    AHHH mind. blown. This isn't really funny, but crazy weird!

  • Stacey Lynch

    Haha! I thought this was funny! Weird, but funny... Strange how things are like that sometimes. hmmm ~ lol

  • Jessica Phommajack

    Has a History Teacher try to explain this to you... mindblown.

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