42 Years Later, the Chilling Mystery Surrounding Natalie Wood’s Tragic Passing Has Intensified

Natalie Wood’s death was originally ruled as drowning, but nobody could quite understand how a woman who was so afraid of water would get herself into such an “accident”. All eyes turned to her husband, Robert Wagner, and the man she was accused of having an affair with, Christopher Walken. The investigations into her chilling death are still ongoing today, and a recent new development has opened up old wounds and brought prominent members of Hollywood back under the microscope.

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Puma vs. Adidas: The Most Epic Family Feud in Business History

Today, Puma and Adidas are still two of the most successful sports apparel and footwear name brands that exist worldwide. What most people don’t know, however, is that these two leading companies, worn both by professional players and amateur athletes alike, began as a result of an epic family feud. Brothers, Adolf and Rudolf Dassler once worked side by side, making their shoe business dreams come true together. However, a sibling miscommunication soon changed everything and Puma and Adidas were born.

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Christopher Columbus Exposed: the Dark Truth About the Man Behind Thanksgiving

While classroom curriculums omit Christopher Columbus’s dark side, Stories Addict has done enough research to add a chapter to the textbooks regarding the truth about who this man really was…

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Chernobyl: The Devastating Nuclear Disaster and Accidental Environmental Success

The Chernobyl disaster forced countless people out of their homes and destroyed the surrounding area. While an Exclusion Zone is still in place to keep humans safe from the harmful radiation still present over 30 years later, that hasn’t stopped the natural world from using this human-free space to thrive. They have taken over this overgrown expanse, and some of the most extraordinary animals now call this place their home.

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10 People Who Never Got a Nobel Prize but Totally Deserve It

Since 1901, the Nobel Prize has been one of the most prestigious awards honoring men and women from all over the world for outstanding achievements. But like all things in life, we can’t help but feel that some have been snubbed from the glory…

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The Story of the Air Max 1: How Nike’s Most Innovative Design Paved a New Way for the Sneaker Industry

Calling all sneaker heads! While it may seem like Nike trainers have been on top of their game since their debut, back in the Eighties the situation was a little different! With the rise of competition leaving the trainers with little to stand out from the crowd, it was all up to one man to keep the stylish sneakers relevant. Without further ado, let us tell you all a little story of how the Air Max sneakers came into being!

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A Tale of Terrible Decisions: The Big Move That Led to Blockbuster’s Demise

Over the course of a couple of generations, Blockbuster was the king of the entertainment industry. In the early 2000s, the struggling founders of Netflix offered to sell their company to Blockbuster for a relatively modest sum of money. They were turned down and laughed at. Ten years later, Blockbuster declared bankruptcy. Now, Netflix dominates the streaming world and Blockbuster is a thing of the past.

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The History of Women Wearing Pants as a Power Symbol

The last few years have been successful in breaking down the barriers between what men and women can do. With feminism on the up, the world is a less prejudicial place to what it was in the mid -twentieth century, regarding a woman’s place in society. How was this acceptance achieved? One of the tactics reducing women’s discrimination came down to a simple wardrobe change.

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The Sweetest Day: America’s Unknown Candy-Oriented Holiday

If you thought October involved too much candy, then you’re not ready to learn about The Sweetest Day. The underrated holiday is celebrated in only some states and totally ignored in others. It’s a mix of Halloween and Valentines Day. It also has a sweet background story.

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