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Top 10 April 28 facts that will blow your mind.

  1. Benito Mussolini was captured by leftist partisans as he attempted to flee to Switzerland. The partisans then quickly executed Mussolini and his mistress on April 28, 1945.

  2. On, April 28 1988, Aloha Airlines Flight 243 suffered extensive damage after an explosive decompression in flight which caused a large section of the roof (5.6meters) to tear off. There was only one fatality, the 58-year-old flight attendant. Her body was never found.

  3. There's a day called "Ed Balls day", celebrating when british politician Ed Balls accidentally entered his intended search term in the wrong box on Twitter, and ended up sending a tweet saying "Ed Balls". On its anniversary, each 28 April, followers retweet his original message.

  4. American forces liberated the camp on April 28, 1945. Before giving up the camp, though, SS members killed many of the inmates and burned evidence that could implicate them in war crimes.

  5. A group of small (1 mm) adult Caenorhabditis elegans worms, living in petri dishes enclosed in aluminum canisters, survived reentry and impact with the ground and were recovered weeks after the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster on February 1, 2003, found alive on April 28 of the same year.

  6. The Indian Removal Act was passed on April 24th, 1830 by the Senate. The vote was 28 in favor and 19 opposing.

  7. Aloha Airlines Flight 243 which on April 28, 1988 suffered an explosive decompression in flight at 24,000ft (7,315m) that ripped over 18.5ft (5.6m) of the fuselage away and sucking out flight attendant Clarabelle "C.B." Lansing, 58, whose body was never found. The passengers were all belted.

  8. The Ryugyong Hotel in Pyongyang, North Korea started construction in 1987, stopped in 1992, and after 16 years(April 2008), Egyptian company Orascom finished the pyramid shaped exterior, but the interior still hasn't been finished after 28 years.

  9. In Mexico — as well as Spain and other Latin American countries — December 28 is the equivalent of April Fool's Day. Although it may seem irreverent, jokes of all kinds are played on the innocents. Fortunately, the jokes are well taken.

  10. Texas passed a bill for state sales tax exemption on emergency supplies in the 84th Legislature. You are able to purchase emergency supplies such as portable generators, batteries, mobile chargers, and ice chest all tax free on April 28-30th.

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Virginia Woolf committed suicide on March 28, 1941 by drowning herself in river, walking in it wearing an overcoat with pockets filled with stones. Her body was found on April 18, 1941.

Franklin D. Roosevelt didn't die 12 April 1945, according to AOL he was lunching at Empire State Building on 28 July 1945.

The Ryugyong Hotel in Pyongyang, North Korea started construction in 1987, stopped in 1992, and after 16 years(April 2008), Egyptian company Orascom finished the pyramid shaped exterior, but the interior still hasn't been finished after 28 years.

The Day of the Holy Innocents, a Mexican holiday on December 28 that shares similarities to April Fools.

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On April 25, 2017 a PepsiCo factory in Russia collapsed causing 28 million litres Pepsi Fruit Juice to flood the streets of Lebedyan and the Don River

The first "copycat" school shooting following Columbine took place in Taber, AB, Canada just 8 days later on April 28, 1999. A 14 yr old dropout opened fire in a hallway, killing 1 boy and wounding another.

The Ryugyong Hotel in Pyongyang, North Korea started construction in 1987, stopped in 1992, and after 16 years(April 2008), Egyptian company Orascom finished the pyramid shaped exterior, but the interior still hasn't been finished after 28 years.