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  1. The deadliest (583 casualties) crash in Aviation history occurred not in the skies but on the runway between two Boeing 747s on March 27, 1977. Known as the 'Tenerife Airport Disaster'.

  2. It was nearly two years later, January 27, 1944, when the United States government finally informed the public about the death march.

  3. Johnson vetoed the Voting Rights Act of 1866 on March 27, 1866, which would have given citizenship to former slaves.

  4. Mariah Carey is either 48 or 49. It is uncertain as to whether she was born on March 27, 1969 or on March 27, 1970.

  5. To hinder the Nazis, on March 27, 1943, Willem Arondeus led a group in bombing the Amsterdam Public Records Office, an event that Anne Frank recorded in her diary.

  6. On March 27, 1977, two Boeing passenger jets head on on the Spanish islands on Tenerife in Canary Islands. The crash killed 583 people, making it the deadliest accident in aviation history.

  7. English author Arnold Bennett died of typhoid at his home in Baker Street, London, on 27 March 1931, after returning from a visit to Paris where, in defiance of a waiter's advice, he had drunk tap water in a restaurant.

  8. 588 people ultimately died as the result of the worst plane crash in history, on March 27, 1977, in Tenerife.

  9. On the maiden voyage of the ride Apollo's Chariot on March 27, 1999, a stray goose was struck and killed while it flew into the face of the Italian model Fabio during the 64m drop.

  10. The ancient Romans used to bathe a sacred stone in the waters of the Almone on March 27.

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20 years ago, today was the day that the FDA approved Viagra (27 March 1998)

One of the top speakers at the Women's March served 27 years in prison time for kidnapping, murdering, starving, burning, beating, raping and torturing a gay business man in 1985

Wrongfully convicted former professional boxer Iwao Hakamada holds the record for longest death row inmate at 48 years in prison.He was released on March 27, 2014.

Begging the question: Word of the day for March 27, 2017

Current president of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan once served four months in prison ( from 24 March 1999 to 27 July 1999) by saying "The mosques are our barracks, [...] and the faithful our soldiers...."

The record for the longest serving death row inmate is 48 years by former professional boxer Iwao Hakamada.He was released on March 27, 2014 after being found wrongfully convicted of a 1966 quadruple murder.

"Dating Relationship Love Chat Friendship Wedding" article of the day for March 27, 2017

On October 27, 1849, Illinois Senator James Shields took office to replace a prior Senator who was declared ineligible in March due to falling just shy of a nine-year prior citizenship requirement. Shields was naturalized on October 21, 1840, and the ineligible Senator he replaced was himself.

Because their home arena was being prepared and used for the 2010 Olympics, the Vancouver Canucks hockey team went on the longest road trip in NHL history, 14 games, and didn’t play at home between January 27 and March 13, 2010.

when King Alfonso of Castile died of bubonic plague on 27 March 1350, he became the only reigning monarch to die in The Black Death.

On March 27, 1977, two Boeing passenger jets head on on the Spanish islands on Tenerife in Canary Islands. The crash killed 583 people, making it the deadliest accident in aviation history.

On March 27, 1977, Robina van Lanschot decided to not reboard her flight, staying at her layover destination, despite this being against the rules. She was the sole surviving passenger of KLM Flight 4805, which crashed into Pan Am Flight 1736 on takeoff, killing 583.

On 27 January 1945, Auschwitz concentration camp—a Nazi concentration camp where more than a million people were murdered—was liberated by the Red Army during the Vistula–Oder Offensive. Although most of the prisoners had been forced onto a death march, about 7,000 had been left behind.

-Subaru of Indiana built the Toyota Camry. Production at SIA officially began March 9, 2007, with the first Camry built by SIA rolling off the assembly line on April 20, 2007 and ended May 27 2016.

10 years ago, today was the day that the FDA approved Viagra (27 March 1998)

It was warmer in Antarctica then in Boston on March 27, 2015