Today I learned about Carrie Amelia Nation, also known as Carry A. Nation, an American activist and member of the temperance movement. She became known for marching into bars and destroying stores of liquor with a hatchet. She was jailed some 30 times, and paid her fines by selling souvenir hatchets. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Car…
Kai the Hatchet-Wielding Hitchhiker, known for a viral video of him being interviewed for saving a utility worker from an attacker with his hatchet, was found guilty of first-degree murder for killing a New York attorney and was sentenced to 57 years in 2019 cbsnews.com/news/kai-the-…
Today I learned about the arrest of 16 y/o Daniel LaPlante, who, after a bad date, dug a burrow into the crawl space of the girl’s home & terrorized her for months as a spirit of her late mother then discovered dressed as a bride wielding a hatchet by her dad. parkaman.com/strange-case…
Today I learned about Carrie Nation, a woman who promoted the movement for Prohibition by going into bars and saloons with a hatchet and absolutely destroying the place while a chorus of women sang hymns. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Car…
Today I learned of Carrie Nation, a radical member of the temperance movement, who would attack bars and saloons with a hatchet before prohibition came into effect. history.com/news/carry-na…
The rock band Molly Hatchet, which still tours, has had at least 30 different members. The current version features NO original member. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis…
The Hatchet Gang, a band of radical 19th century female prohibitionists, became notorious for violently attacking establishments that sold alcohol. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Han…
Kai the Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker is still in jail and hasn't been to trial for murdering a gay lawyer that had sex with him. fresnobee.com/entertainme…
Today I learned of Carry Nation, a Prohibition activist who 'went into saloons with a hatchet, ripping kegs open and scolding drinkers' en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Car…
Today I learned of Carrie Nation, a pre-prohibition activist who would attack establishments that served alcohol with a hatchet and proclaimed she was a β€œbulldog at the foot of Jesus barking at what he didn’t like.” en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Car…
During the United States temperance movement, an American woman named Carrie Nation went around bearing a hatchet, smashing up salons in support of her cause. She was once arrested four times in one day, being bailed out each time by her supporters. saturdayeveningpost.com/2…
Gary James Paulsen ("Hatchet" author) watched his mother beat a molester to death, hunted for sustenance while a teen, was molested by his parents servant, ran away and joined a carnival at 14, witnessed a plane crash/passengers get attacked by sharks, and completed the 1,150 mile Iditarod en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gar…
The author of Hatchet, Gary Paulsen, has seen shark attacks, saw his mother beat a potential molester to death in front of him, learned to shoot as a child on a naval boat, has competed in the Iditarod and a bunch of other insane stuff... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gar…
That a woman named Carrie Nation was a figure of the Temperance Movement (pre-Prohibition) who would attack alcohol-serving establishments with a hatchet. shsmo.org/historicmissour…
It's been 125 years(Aug. 4, 1892) since Lizzie Borden may have given her father and stepmother wacks with a hatchet and been charged, then acquitted of their murders. You can spend a night at the Lizzie Borden B&B, tour the murder scene and stay overnight in Lizzie's bedroom history.com/news/9-things…
At Gettysburg's 50th reunion in 1913, a Union and a Confederate soldier stood where their regiments had fought and buried a hatchet. books.google.com/books?id…
Gary Paulsen wrote four sequels to "Hatchet". en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hat…
Kai the Hatchet-Wielding Hitchhiker has been in prison since May 2013 after murdering New Jersey attorney Joseph Galfy. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kai…
The saying 'to bury the hatchet' is based on a North American Indian tradition, where they would bury their tomahawks after hostilities to make it impossible for them to continue fighting. listverse.com/2010/08/15/…
Kai the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker who saved a person's life in feb 2013 is now awaiting trial for the murder of a 73 year old lawyer in May 2013 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cal…
The household cook of Frank Lloyd Wright –considered by many as the greatest American architect– murdered Wright's mistress and her children with a hatchet after serving them soup. The cook then light the house on fire and murdered 4 other people as they ran out burning. nydailynews.com/news/just…
Burying the Hatchet refers to the actual cache and burial of weapons in times of peace between the Native Americans and Eastern United States. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bur…
Today I learned of The Hatchet Job award, presented to ''the writer of the angriest, funniest, most trenchant book review of the past twelve months''. theomnivore.com/hatchetjo…
At the Great Gettysburg Reunion of 1913, two men purchased a hatchet, walked to the site where their regiments had fought, and buried it. mentalfloss.com/article/2…
Kim McGuire, best known as Hatchet-face from "Crybaby", was originally cast as Annie Wilkes in "Misery", but was replaced by Kathy Bates before production began. lifeandstylemag.com/posts…
20 years before prohibition, an American woman became fed up with the social effects of alcoholism, prayed to God, and had a vision compelling her to wield a hatchet and physically destroy saloons, bottle by bottle. youtu.be/fGxPKehNWg8
The term "burying the hatchet" came about because the chiefs of native American tribes would actually bury a hatchet when a peace agreement was made. phrases.org.uk/meanings/b…
Clyde The Zombie from Wreck It Ralph is the hatchet-wielding zombie from the first House of the Dead game houseofthedead.wikia.com/…
Doyers Street in NYC's Chinatown, is nicknamed "the Bloody Hook", was named the street intersection with the most violent deaths in America, and, because of the weapon of choice for many of the gangs there, is responsible for the phrase "hatchet man". It is 200-feet-long. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doy…
The book 'The Hatchet' was made into a movie called 'A Cry in the Wild' en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_C…
Today I learned of Carrie Nation, a radical member of the temperance movement that was known to use a hatchet for destroying bars while singing prayers and hymns. en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/C…
Australian rugby league's State of Origin series is a national obsession in Papua New Guinea, with residents heard to have taken hatchets to their own heads after a disappointing result. smh.com.au/articles/2004/…
Kai the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker has been arrested and is awaiting trial for a murder in New Jersey en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cal…
The expression, 'bury the hatchet' comes from when the Iroquois tribes united after a long war. They buried their weapons to show their commitment to peace. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bur…
Today I learned of the pre-prohibition anti-alcohol activist Carrie Nation, who terrorized bars across America with a hatchet in the name of God. raiseaglass.smithsonianch…
Today I learned of Carrie A. Nation. An infamous member of the temperance movement who was so opposed to alcohol that she would use a hatchet to destroy places that sold it. She made money to pay her fines by selling hatchets. encyclopediaofarkansas.ne…
Carrie Nation Would Attack Alcohol-serving Establishments With a Hatchet. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Car…
Today I learned of "Return Day," a tradition in Delaware where the winner and losers of each election make amends, ride in a carriage together, and then literally bury a hatchet. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ret…
Carrie Nation promoted her cause through vandalism, attacking saloons with a hatchet to promote temperance en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Car…
The phrase "bury the hatchet" comes from a Native American ritual of burying a hatchet to mark the end of a dispute between tribes. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bur…

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