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Vince Guerrieri is a journalist and author in the Cleveland area whose work has appeared in a variety of publications. His book, Weird Moments in Cleveland Sports: Bottlegate, Bedbugs, and Burying the Pennant, is out now. Buy it here: https://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1598511238
In 1979, America came the closest it’s ever been to a commercial nuclear catastrophe when a malfunctioning valve led to a partial meltdown on Three Mile Island.
Lewis Carroll, H.H. Holmes, and Queen Victoria's grandson are just a few of the people who were suspected of being Jack the Ripper.
Before there was football tailgating, crowds used to gather for parties before public executions. Find out more about the history of this sports ritual.
People have been playing Skee-Ball for more than 100 years, but they're not always playing it well. We asked some pro players (yes, that's a thing) to share their tips.
The modern chess set is named after Howard Staunton, a chess master who popularized its use. But his lasting contribution to sports might be in one that wasn’t even invented by the time he died in 1874.
In 1936, there was a lot going on in the city of Cleveland. In addition to being in the midst of the Great Depression, the city had a serial killer on the loose—one who remains unknown to this day.