How the Fast & Furious star died from his injuries in a car wreck.

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Paul Walker always loved the spotlight. From diapers, Walker began modeling and continued to express his love for acting throughout his childhood. Walker starred in his first commercial in 1984 and continued to act during his teenage years.

To say things lightly, Walker loved what he was doing. He was…

The story of the lead singer of Queen.

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To say the least, Queen is one of the greatest bands in musical history. When I was about ten years old, I was completely obsessed with the band and everything about their glorious lifestyle. …

Why the puzzling disappearance of a nine-year-old girl has not been solved in more than 20 years.

Photo credit to the family of Asha Degree

Harold and Iquilla Degree were a young couple looking to expand. They had just gotten married on Valentine’s Day in 1988. The couple had their first son, O’Bryant, in 1989. …

The story behind the iconic photo of a survivor covered in dust on 9/11.

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Last year I wrote a story on Medium called “The Falling Man”. My story was published on September 10th, 2020. I guess with the publishing of this story, I will be starting a tradition of publishing the stories of the fateful day of 9/11.

Like most people, when September 11…

How a caregiver brutally tortured and murdered 16-year-old Sylvia Likens in cold blood.

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Gertrude Baniszewski was born on September 19, 1928, in Indianapolis, Indiana. From the start, Gertrude was a troubled child. She would often get in trouble with her friends. Her family was poor and very working class. She hated being poor and wanted to have wealth and status.

At the age…

My experiences writing on a social platform and why I had to take a break from it.

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My goal in life has always been to be a successful writer. I don’t exactly know how to define the term “successful”, though. I guess it’s whatever I make of it. In the summer of 2020, I was a beginner writer. …

Caring for my role model is the highlight of my life.

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When I was thirteen years old my great-grandmother passed away at the ripe age of 101. Even though I only spent thirteen of my years with her, she left a resounding impact on me forever. …

How a man sent Washington DC Police into a panic when he claimed that he was going to blow up the US Capitol Building.

Pictured: The United States Capitol Building in the winter / Photo Credits to Caleb Fisher on Unsplash

The United States Capitol Building is a symbol of American freedom, liberty, and democracy. The building first began being used in 1800 by the legislative branch of the government. To people from all over, the building has an incredible stature and stands at the heart of Washington DC. …

How Nassar sexually abused hundreds of girls throughout the many years that he was the USA gymnastics team doctor.

Pictured: Nassar in a courtroom / Photo Credits to Vox

Lawrence Gerald Nassar, aged 58 as of 2021, is currently rotting away in federal prison in the state of Florida. Nassar was convicted on all counts of sexual misconduct and child pornography on the federal level as well as in the state of Michigan for abusing hundreds of young girls…

How the political crime of the 20th century brought down the 37th President of the United States.

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President Richard Nixon served as the 37th President of the United States (POTUS) in the early 1970s. He is known for being one of the most infamous presidents in all of history. …

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