The Last Guillotine Execution was in 1977!

In 1977, the last execution by guillotine took place in Marseilles Baumettes Prison, France, when the murderer Hamida Djandoubi was beheaded. In 1973, a 21-year-old Elisabeth Bousquet, whom Djandoubi had met in the hospital while recovering from his amputation, filed a complaint against him, stating that he had tried to force her into prostitution. He had been convicted of the torture and murder of 21-year-old Elisabeth Bousquet, his former…

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The most spiritual events and legends of 19th century

…1880s President Grover Cleveland passed through the area and heard the story. When he returned to Washington he began regaling people with the tale of Joe Baldwin and his lantern. The story spread and became a popular legend. Reports of the “Maco Lights” continued well into the 20th century, with the last sighting said to be in 1977….

The beginning and evolution of Coca-Cola company

…ers approved the unique contour bottle. The new Coca-Cola bottle was so distinctive it could be recognized in the dark and it effectively set the brand apart from competition. The contoured Coca-Cola bottle was trademarked in 1977. The first marketing efforts in Coca-Cola history were executed through coupons promoting free samples of the beverage. Considered an innovative tactic back in 1887, couponing was followed by newspaper advertising and…