BP Whistleblower Tragedies

The investigation, if it can properly be so called, of the unsolved murder of the former high ranking Pentagon official and presidential adviser John P. Wheeler III, who was also an expert on chemical and biological weapons, may be taking a turn in the direction of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

WTC Building 7

The old 7 World Trade Center was a 47-story skyscraper that stood across Vesey Street north of the main part of the World Trade Center site (a new building has since been erected on the site of the old and opened in May 2006). Though not hit by a plane, it was hit by debris […]

Taman Shud Case (a.k.a. Mystery of the Somerton Man)

The Taman Shud Case, also known as the Mystery of the Somerton Man, is an unsolved case of an unidentified man found dead at 6:30 a.m., 1 December 1948, on Somerton beach in Adelaide, South Australia. It is named after a phrase, tamam shud, meaning “ended” or “finished” in Persian, on a scrap of the final page of The Rubaiyat, found in the hidden pocket of the man’s trousers.


The Tannenbergbund was a far right German political society founded by the German Army general Erich Ludendorff in 1925. Founding Ludendorff had been a leading member of the National Socialist German Workers Party in the early 1920s and ran for the party in the 1925 Presidential election during Germany’s Weimar period. However, Adolf Hitler feared the possibility of Ludendorff as a potential […]


SICSIC is an anonymous secret society and pep squad for Bowling Green State University. History SICSIC was formed on October 5, 1946 by then University President Frank J. Prout as a secret, anonymous booster organization to promote more campus spirit. President Prout selected the first six members from The Key, Bowling Green’s annual yearbook, and invited […]

Cornish Foreshore Case

The Cornish Foreshore Case was a case of arbitration between the Crown and the Duchy of Cornwall between 1854 and 1858. Officers of the Duchy successfully argued that the Duchy enjoyed many of the rights and prerogatives of a county palatine and that although the Duke of Cornwall was not granted Royal jurisdiction, was considered to be quasi-sovereign within his Duchy of […]