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Lucian Archives - Stolen Alistair Oh surveillance photos

The Tomas have been following Alistair Oh for months. We stole these photos from the Tomas archive to figure out why. It's like taking candy from a baby.

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Lucian Archives - Heinrich Heinrichson’s capture

Irina Spasky apprehends Tomas agent Heinrich Heinrichson during an argument about boxing kangaroos.

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Lucian Archives - Death of Sidney George Reilly TOP SECRET

Top Lucian spy Sidney George Reilly was killed by the Ekaterinas.

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Lucian Archives - Napoleon report

The Lucians found it difficult to control one of their most powerful members: Napoleon Bonaparte.

Cahill Web —

A Place to Spy

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I Like Useless Facts - Iditarod

The famous race commemorates the bravery of men who transported medicine via dogsled in Alaska in 1925. Some think they may have also been carrying something even more important.

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Blog - Natalie Kabra’s Guide to the Universe

Deep and glamorous thoughts from someone smarter and better looking than you.

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The Truth Is Out There - Ekaterina

Is there a secret organization with advanced technology ready to take over the planet?

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The Truth Is Out There - Bermuda Triangle

It’s not a coincidence. Too many ships have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle. Someone is hiding something there. Something they’ll kill to protect.

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Sinead Starling Movie Reviews

Sinead Starling enjoys cute robots and races around the globe.

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MIT Compass - Beloved Professor Dies in Fire

Professor Arthur Trent and wife Hope Cahill die in a mysterious fire.

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I Like Useless Facts - Alcatraz

Why did the government really build a fortress in the middle of San Francisco Bay? What were they protecting?

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Historical Adventures - Ching Shih

Young Natalie Kabra has chosen a unique historical role model. Not every child idolizes a murderous pirate.

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I Like Useless Facts - Frankenstein

Fact or fiction? The truth behind Mary Shelley’s most famous work.

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I Like Useless Facts-Gertrude Ederle

Gertrude Ederle was the first woman to swim the English Channel. Some conspiracy theorists believe she had an even more important goal than breaking records.