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Tomas Archives-Alistair Oh surveillance photos

We have to stop that slimy Ekat before he gets too close.

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Tomas Archives - Heinrich Heinrichson report

Heinrich Heinrichson reports on William McIntyre’s mysterious activities in Paris.

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Tomas Archives - Hamilton Holt’s report card

Hamilton Holt spends more time terrorizing his classmates than he does studying.

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Tomas Archives - Tomb raiders

Tomas agents have been following Howard Carter around Egypt. We will not let the Ekats keep all the good stuff for themselves!

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Historical Adventures - Nannerl Mozart

Amy Cahill explains why Mozart was really a dweeb.

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American family arrested in Paris

The Holts are caught trying to climb up the Eiffel Tower.

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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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I like Useless Facts – Koh-i-noor

One of the world’s most famous diamonds, the Koh-i-noor has a mysterious and bloody past.

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Jonah Wizard’s Blog

Get up close and personal with the Wizard Gangsta himself!

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CliqueMe - Reagan Holt

Reagan Holt’s profile on the #3 social networking site on the web!

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Mary-Todd Holt and her Herculean Household

Mary-Todd Holt shares her secrets for dealing with a family of stubborn (and sometimes violent) athletes.

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Jonah Wizard Official Website

The official website for Jonah Wizard. Get the latest news about the hottest star around. This is the only site authorized by Jonah himself, so steer clear of all those wannabe pages. Peace.

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Local Girl Steals Dogs for Fake Iditarod

Police were called when 11-year-old Reagan Holt stole her neighbors’ dogs to re-create the Alaskan dogsled race on her street.

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I Like Useless Facts - Paris Catacombs

Underneath Paris, there is a city of bones that has fascinated people for centuries. Some believe that the underground maze hides more than human remains.