Who are some Fictional Characters With Drug Addictions? There are plenty of them out there, but some of our greatest literature portrays drug addled heroes.
Would you like to know some Sherlock Holmes interesting facts? What if I told you that the characters were real people that Arthur Conan Doyle knew?
Who has portrayed the Best Sherlock Holmes? There are so many versions of this famous sleuth available, but who were your favorites throughout the years?
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Harry Houdini was the most famous magician and escape artist the world has ever known. He died at the age of 52. Who killed Harry Houdini? Evidence says...!
The detective novel or crime fiction book has been around for centuries. Some state that the origin is as old as the Bible (see the Old Testament story of Susanna and the Elders, Daniel 13). Others claim it is a nineteenth century origin with the likes of number one on our list (they would be wrong, by the way). No matter where it came from, the detective is a fan favorite of many people – solving crimes through his mind and wit and empirical evidence. The detective writer takes us through twists and turns only to blind side us with the truth at the end of the story – and we eat it up! Who are the best fictional detectives, though? Here are my favorite, but did your super sleuth make the list? Find out below… Read more…
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Each of these books is highly popular and some of the locations written in the books is a real place. Looking through Google Earth, we have found the exact Latitude and Longitude of each of these places. If you aren’t familiar with Google Earth, it is a free satellite program available through Google. You can download it to your computer and start looking up these famous places within minutes! Each of these books has sold millions of copies and have become tourist attractions. Now you can find them from the comfort of your own home. Read more…
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