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13 Most MYSTERIOUS Books In History!

13 Most MYSTERIOUS Books In History!

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13 Most Mysterious Books In History! 13. Beale Ciphers- Also known as the Beale Papers, it is a set of three ciphertexts, one of which supposedly reveals the location of buried gold, silver, and jewels estimated to be worth over $63 million as of 2011. The first ciphertext states the location, the second one contains […]

Trans Woman Mahlaysia Booked Fatally Shot Saturday

Trans Woman Mahlaysia Booked Fatally Shot Saturday

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FOUND BLOOD IN HIS APARTMENT AND DOGS DETECTED HUMAN DECOMPOSITION IN THE CAR. A LOCAL TRANSGENDER WOMAN THAT WAS ATTACKED ON CAMERA LAST MONTH HAS DIED. DALLAS POLICE SAY THAT BOOKER WAS SHOT AND KILLED ON AN EAST DALLAS STREET ON SATURDAY MORNING. SHE MADE HEADLINES AFTER VIDEO SURFACED SHOWING A MOB OF MEN BEATING […]

Innocent Man And Cop Who Unjustly Jailed Him Are Now Friends | Megyn Kelly TODAY

Innocent Man And Cop Who Unjustly Jailed Him Are Now Friends | Megyn Kelly TODAY

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[ APPLAUSE ]>>>AND NOW, OUR SERIES “HOPEFUL HOLIDAYS.” AND THE STORY OF TWO MEN WHO PROVED THERE IS ALWAYS HOPE FOR FORGIVENESS AND REDEMPTION. ONE WAS A COP, THE OTHER, HIS TARGET. AND WHAT THEY LEARNED FROM EACH OTHER IS A LESSON FOR US ALL. WATCH THIS.>>I WAS PROBABLY OVER HERE BY THE VEHICLE WHEN […]

Making Manuscripts

Making Manuscripts

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(gentle guitar music) – [Voiceover] In the middle ages, parchment was used to make the pages of books. Parchment was made from the skins of animals. The transition from a fresh skin to a surface suitable for writing was a slow and laborious process. The parchment maker selected skins of sheep, goats, or calves. Skins […]

Poetry Book Club –  Judith Rodriguez

Poetry Book Club – Judith Rodriguez

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[Anna] Right hi. So I’m here with Judith Rodriguez. I’m Anna from Girls On Key. This is the Monday Book Club. Today we’re talking about this book which is The Hanging of Minnie Thwaites. And so first we’re gonna have a reading from Judith. So I’ll hand over to Judith to read from her book. […]

A Taste Of My Life I Foodie Book Club

A Taste Of My Life I Foodie Book Club

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Hi guys, Welcome to another foodie book club. This month I was reading Raymond Blanc’s A Taste Of My Life, it’s called. I’m sorry this video’s a little bit late in coming. I don’t know why I just didn’t get around to reading this book when I intended too. It’s only because I’ve had a […]

HLS in the Arts | Book Festival: Jill Lepore

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JILL LEPORE: OK, welcome everybody. Thanks for coming out on this hot day to think about superheroes. My name is Jill Lepore. I’m an American political historian, I teach in the history department here. And I also teach here in the law school, I teach a class called The History of Evidence. Weirdly, somehow on […]

How To Roast a Whole Cow

How To Roast a Whole Cow

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“By the Flag in the morning, give her no warning. I shoot the fire on the Claiborne Bridge. It’d be a long time talking about the things I did.” Howard: For me being in New Orleans and living here now I was glad for them to see this Whole collection of what Louisiana culture is […]

Mindhunter vs Real Life Ed Kemper – Side By Side Comparison

Mindhunter vs Real Life Ed Kemper – Side By Side Comparison

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Well cops like me because they can talk to me more than they can talk to their own wives some of them Do the cops like you? I can say a friendly nuisance. I got in the way. I watch all the cop shows on TV. – Do you know… Joseph Wambaugh , Police Story. […]

Apple’s iOS 7 Controversy

Apple’s iOS 7 Controversy

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Hey guys, it’s Greg with Apple Explained. And in this video we’re going to find out why Apple’s iOS 7 release was so controversial. This topic was the first place winner of last week’s voting poll, and if you didn’t get to vote, make sure you’re subscribed. That way the voting polls will show up […]