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7Robots Fantastically Terrible Podcast ep29: Death, Murder & Coincidence

7Robots Fantastically Terrible Podcast Ep29: Death, Murder & Coincidence

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Episode 29: Death, Murder & Coincidence

Today, we look at three tragic jaw dropping moments in history! All are incredibly bizarre coincidences that most of us have never heard of them. We’re here to remedy that.

1. The unlucky “Lucky” Yamaguchi: the man who survived both the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombs.

2. How Edwin Booth saved Robert Todd Lincoln’s life.

3. Where did future dictators go to hang out in 1913? Apparently, they preferred Vienna.

Fantastically Terrible Character or Creature: Little Snow White 

The Fantastically Terrible Character or Creature is the original Snow White from the Brother’s Grimm. The fairy tale is not for children! It includes murder, violence, child marriage and even cannibalism.


Little Snow-White (original Bros Grimm)

Disney Left Out the Most Gruesome Aspects of the Original Snow White Story

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