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This is number 10 in this series and is about all aspects of life. Exactly half are true and half false.
President Hoover almost suffocated after being locked in an airtight vault at Fort Knox.
In 2006, The United States Senate spent 12 hours debating legislation to protect the northern pike.
The Manhattan Project was named for Manhattan, a borough of New York City
When a poppy seed got lodged in the ear of George Gershwin, he suffered partial hearing loss.
Michael Jackson developed the "moonwalk," while playing in his brother Jermaine's swimming pool.
On the southeast side of the Chrysler building is an eagle that has withstood over 20 lightning strikes.
Karl Marx had delicate toes due to an inability to grow toenails.
Marlon Brando lost both Oscars awarded to him.
Davy Crockett had unusually short arms and had trouble putting on his own boots.
Nancy Reagan was bitten on the ankle by a small shark while surfing at Malibu Point, California.
Thomas Edison filled a pumpkin with vinegar and produced electric power equivalent to the modern car battery.
Pre-Columbian jars containing brewer's yeast from Japan were discovered in Mexico.
Morphine is highly combustible.
President John F. Kennedy lost a frisbee on the roof of the White House.
Professional sumo wrestlers pay income tax based on body weight.
Bela Lugosi survived a lightning strike.
On the back of the solar array of the Hubble telescope is a small decal of a Confederate flag.
John Huston not only wrote the screenplay for "High Sierra" but composed most of the music.
The Shroud of Turin was stored in an empty wine cask for almost 5 years.
Attila the Hun wore a toupee.
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