Tag Archives: San Francisco

February 9, 1891

On February 9, 1891, the very first shipment of asparagus arrived in San Francisco from Sacramento. Now native San Franciscoers’ pee will smell bad because of them eating asparagus and no longer just because of the rampant syphilis and gonorrhea. … Continue reading

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May 27, 1907

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com! in 1907 the Bubonic Plague broke out in San Francisco. Stray cats started accosting people in the street and telling them that cats were worshiped as gods in ancient Egypt and ancient Egypt never had … Continue reading

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August 18, 1985

On this date in Twisted-History.com in 1985, Peter and Barbara Pan were found in their blood-soaked bed in Lake Merced, a housing development in San Francisco. Both Peter and Barabra had been shot in the head. Peter Pan (66), an … Continue reading

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November 29, 1987

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com in 1987 Joe Montana, the All-Star Quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers, completed an NFL record of 22 consecutive passes and earlier in the day he did the same thing during the game against the … Continue reading

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June 24, 1869

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com! in 2013 the first Twisted-History was written and posted on the Twisted-History.com blog. Chim-Chim the Smoking Chimpanzee has been quoted as saying that the blog is tolerable after smoking some medical marijuana and sipping on … Continue reading

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September 17, 1859

On THIS DATE IN TWISTED-HISTORY! in 1859, Joshua Abraham Norton declared himself the Emperor of the United States and anointed San Francisco as his capitol city. He later on added the title of “Protector of Mexico and all things Mexican” … Continue reading

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