1. There are two women named Patricia in the United States who have the same social security number due to a computer error. When they were called to correct the wrong number, people discovered that
they were named Patricia Ann Campbell after they were born;
their fathers were Robert Campbell;
their birthdays were both on March 13, 1941;
They both married soldiers in 1959, only 11 days before the date;
they both had two children at the age of 19 and 21 respectively;
they both love oil painting;
they both studied beauty;
they both worked as librarians .
2. In 1893 Henry Siegland broke up with his girlfriend, which led to his girlfriend's suicide. The girlfriend's brother ran to Henry's house, found him in the garden, and shot him. Fortunately, the bullet only scratched Henry's face and got stuck in a tree.
1913-Twenty years after the incident, Henry decided to blow up a tree in the garden with explosives. The explosion shot the bullet originally embedded in the tree directly into Henry Siege's head-he was shot dead on the spot.
3. On December 5, 1660, a ship sank in the Dover channel. The only survivor was Hugh Williams.
On December 5, 1767, another ship sank in the same waters, killing 127 people. The only survivor was Hugh Williams.
On August 8, 1820, a picnic boat capsized on the Thames. There was only one survivor named Hugh Williams.
On July 10, 1940, a British trawler was blown up by a German mine. Only two survived-a man and his nephew, both named Hugh Williams.
4. Mr. MacDonald is a farmer in Canada, and his postcode is composed of the letter sequence EIEIO. (There is a very famous children's song in the West called "Old Mr. MacDonald Has a Farm." "EIEIO" is repeatedly sung in the lyrics to imitate the sounds of animals.)
5. In 1996, the Paris police began an investigation In a late-night speeding collision, the drivers of both vehicles died on the spot. Investigation revealed that the deceased was a husband and wife. At first the police suspected that this was some kind of murder or suicide agreement, but the facts showed that the couple had been separated for several months. This was just a terrible coincidence.
6. Michael Dick traveled to England with his family, looking for his daughter Lisa, who was lost ten years ago. After trying unsuccessfully, he came to the Suffolk Free Newspaper, and they promised to publish an announcement for him.
Fortunately, his long-lost daughter saw the announcement and the family reunited. Strangely, his daughter was behind him when the photos were taken in the free newspaper.
7. In 1990, a student of Argonaut High School in North Wales had to take the Intermediate General Certificate of Education Examination.
His name is James, and his test paper number is 007.
8. In 1965, four-year-old Roger Roussel encountered danger while swimming on Salem Beach and almost drowned. A woman named Alice Blaise rescued him.
In 1974, it was still on that beach and Roger went out to sea in a raft. He rescued a man from the water-it was Alice Blaise's husband who was rescued.
9. In the last year of the First World War, the British cavalry officer Major Summerford fought on the battlefield in Flanders. A lightning smashed him off his horse, paralyzing him from the waist down.
Six years later, he moved to Vancouver, Canada. Once he went out fishing, Major Summerford was struck by lightning again and his right side was paralyzed.
On a summer day after two years of recovery, he came to a local park. Suddenly, a heavy rain fell and lightning struck him again, causing him to be paralyzed for life.
Two years later, he passed away. In the fourth year after his death, his stone tomb was destroyed by lightning!
10. The businessman Danny Detoit gave a public speech in South Africa. The topic was: Beware, death can take you away at any time.
At the end of the speech, he stuffed a mint into his mouth and choked to death.