Tag Archives: New Orleans

August 25, 1718

On August 25, 1718, France deposited hundreds of colonists in Louisiana. Some even settled in present-day, New Orleans. The colonists in New Orleans immediately began showing their boobs to strangers for beads. This didn’t really catch on with the tourists … Continue reading

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August 21, 1841

On August 21, 1841, the first US patent for a venetian blind was issued to John Hampson of New Orleans, Louisiana, thereby making it much easier to spy on the antics of your neighbors from the comfort of your own … Continue reading

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February 21, 1988

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com! in 1988 Televangelist Jimmy Swaggert confesses that he has sinned to his congregation and that he must step down as their preacher. His crying causes his mascara to run. He was using Covergirl Full Lash … Continue reading

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January 31, 1970

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com! in 1970, the members of the Grateful Dead rock band were busted on LSD charges in New Orleans after a show. No one was surprised and the judge who presided over the charges told the … Continue reading

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July 25th, 1805

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com in 1805 ex-Vice President Aaron Burr visited New Orleans with plans to establish a new country, with New Orleans as the capital city. That was until he made an early morning visit to Bourbon Street … 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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