5.Two men walked 8,000 miles from Caracas, Venezuela to Washington D.C. in 1937.
They wanted to attend the Boy Scout Jamboree but unfortunately didn’t have enough funds. So they walked for 2 years covering a distance of 25 miles. They started on January 11, 1935. The young men reached their destination on June 16, 1937, to register themselves for the jamboree.
6.From the 1830’s for about 100 years, the circus was a favorite form of entertainment for families across North America.
7.An English sailor who was wounded during the Battle of Jutland on May 31, 1916, in WWI, Walter Ernest O’Neil Yeo lost his lower and upper eyelids.
He was treated by doctor Sir Harold Gillies, considered the father of plastic surgery. Gillies transplanted a skin mask to his patient’s face.
8.Lieutenant Herman with his terrifying ventriloquist dummy, 1870.