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The Bomber

The Bomber

Every day, millions of packages are delivered through the mail in the United States but for 19 days, a bomber held the city of Austin, Texas, hostage. He had residents terrified due to the unpredictable nature of his attacks. By the time police had managed to catch up with the 23 year old suspect Mark Anthony Conditt, 6 bombs had been detonated, killing two people and injuring 5 more. These att

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America’s Lost H-Bomb

America’s Lost H-Bomb

Georgia's sandy costal shallows hide a deadly secret, a hydrogen bomb dumped by an American bomber over half a century ago in 1958 at Tybee Island. The bomb itself was very much nuclear capable and the military were never able to find it although Pentagon officials insist that the missing h-bomb posses no threat. A spokesperson for the Pentagon has stated that they still believe the best course

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Canada’s Dark Secret

Canada’s Dark Secret

It wasn't until 1996 that the last residential school in Canada was shut down, resulting in some truly horrifying tales being shared publicly with regards to the various methods which were being used in order to sever indigenous children from the influence of their families and to assimilate them into the dominant "Canadian" culture. This dark side to Canada history dates back well over a centu

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Body Farms

Body Farms

Since 1980, there have been over 250,000 recorded unsolved homicides in the United States, the number of missing persons and unidentified remains has been described as "the nations's silent mass disaster". There appears to be a lack of funding and support for any forensic research and law enforcement training, without these it seems that the number of unsolved homicides will only continue to grow.

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The Nuclear Option

In Japan the bright lights never stop burning, the nation has an insatiable for energy but with virtually no natural resources to generate it. In order to meet demand for their electrical needs here they bet big on nuclear power having figured it was a low risk means to produce the energy they required. However the meltdown witnessed at Fukushima back in March 2011 changed everything. To avoid

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The Warwick Uni Rape Chat Scandal

Last year (2018), a group of male students made rape threats against their female peers at Warwick University which lies on the outskirts of Coventry between the West-Midlands and Warwickshire, England. These threats were made via a private Facebook group chat, this resulted in several of these men receiving significant bans from the university but later these 10-year bans were reduced to 12 month

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Living With Nomads: Siberia

Television presenter Kate Humble sets out on a journey to north Siberia in order to discover what life is like for the Nenets, a group of nomads who spend their lives migrating with the seasons as they herd reindeer up and down the Yamal Peninsula. With temperatures that can drop to -54C it is without a doubt an extremely tough environment to survive in and we see these extremes take there toll

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Britain’s Bloodiest Dynasty

Out of the chaos, darkness and violence of the Middle Ages one family rose to seize control of England. Generation after generation they ruled the country for more than 300 years, ruthlessly crushing all competition to become the greatest English dynasty of all time. They were the Plantagenets and their story is more shocking, more brutal than anything you'll find in fiction and in this four pa

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Who Bombed Omagh?

On a Saturday afternoon in August 1998 a red Vauxhall parked in the centre Omagh, a town located in Country Tyrone, Ireland. Inside this car were two men and up to 500 pounds of explosives, after arming the bomb the two men walked away and melted into the crowd. Waiting nearby was a getaway car, these men and the many more who helped them were responsible for the single worst atrocity of the Irish

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