Since the period humanity came into existence, frequent incidents became a meal portion of every individual life. Some of these historical episodes are often neglected, while a few incidents are such that either make a remarkable difference in today’s era or leave a permanent imprint in today’s media and every individual’s mind. There are innumerable happenings in our history that will compel an individual to open his or her eyes spaciously in astonishment and compel the person to believe in co-incidents. Here are a few most peculiar events that transpired in history.
The most incredible thing that occurred in the past was the fanciful death of Henry Zeigland in the year 1913. Henry Zeigland of Texas was a brutal and hard-hearted person who deserted the lady he was in a relationship with, and the miserable separation induced her into committing suicide. The victim’s brother attempted to shoot Zeigland to seek revenge of her sister’s death but botched in his effort; his gun aimed a nearby tree instead. Twenty years later Zeigland made his mind exploit the same tree and used dynamite to do so. Unfortunately, the explosion of the dynamite dislodged the bullet and shot Zealand to death.
Another unusual scene showered its effects during the World War One. In one of the battles between Britishers and Germans, the British army premediated to design their passenger ship, RMS Carmania, into a battleship which was disguised to appear as the German passenger ship, SMS Trafalgar. Co-incidently their wicked plot stabbed them instead. Their ship was sunk by the German passenger ship, SMS Trafalgar; that was fabricated to be masked like the British passenger ship, RMS Carmania.
The inopportune bereavements of two brothers by the same taxi driver, in 1975, struck millions of natives into dismay. The first one passed away when he was smacked by a taxi in Bermuda. After a year, the same taxi driver eradicated the victim’s brother. His taxi collided with a truck and alarmingly it was the similar taxi and the taxi driver who murdered both the brothers.
The uncanny fourth episode was the death of a Danie du Toit. He was a South African Astronomer. Once he was endowing his pupils with a routine lecture about how death surrounds an individual, knocks an individual’s door occasionally and can captivate a person’s soul forever without his will. No sooner did his lecture came to an end than he loss his life by popping a mint with immense dynamism.
Last, but not the least, was the creepy downfall of a king and a waiter. On one occasion, during a dine, the King Umberto of Italy, discovered that he and the possessor of a restaurant had many resemblances which included their date of birth, their place of birth and also they were married to the current wife. Their invisible link did not leave their routes even before their last breath. On 29th July 1900, the restaurant owner expired and the next day even the king passed away.
Unusual events may be dreadful, and a tragic, yet most of historical happenings bring a smirk on our faces while we enjoy flipping the pages of books and are worthy of being recalled eternally. Hence history must not be disregarded because history repeats itself at some point in time in our lives too.