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  1. Eugene O'Neill was born on October 16, 1888 in a hotel at Times Square, he also died on November 27, 1953 in another hotel in Boston. His last words were "I knew it. I knew it. Born in a hotel room and died in a hotel room."

  2. Bohm died on October 27, 1992 at the age of 74 in London, England.

  3. Although World Health Day is one of the most well-known celebrations meant to draw attention and raise awareness to a particular health cause each year, many other observances occur with the intention of raising awareness about health around the world, including World Leprosy Day (January 27), World Parkinson's Day (April), International Day for Protection of Children (June), World Arthritis Day (October), and World Cancer Day (February).

  4. Monster Mash By Bobby Pickett was released in August 1962. It was the #1 single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on October 20–27, 1962, because of this it became a seasonal song during the Halloween.

  5. On October 27, 1838, the Governor of the State of Missouri, Lilburn W. Boggs, signed an order calling for the extermination or expulsion of Mormons from the State of Missouri; It was rescinded in 1976.

  6. Allen R. Schindler, Jr. was murdered on October 27, 1992 by shipmate Terry M. Helvey for being gay, precipitating a debate that resulted in the United States "Don't ask, don't tell" military policy

  7. Fyvie castle in Scotland has a windowsill over 50f up that has the name D. LILIAS DRUMMOND carved into it. Legend has it that it was carved by a vengeful ghost of a first wife on 27 October 1601. It can still be viewed today by visitors to the castle.

  8. The Man who avoided world war 3, On October 27,1962, Vasill Arkhipov a senior officer on the Soviet B-59 submarine, refused permission to launch its nuclear torpedo during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Such an attack likely would have caused a major global thermonuclear response.

  9. HotWired was the first web site to sell banner ads in large quantities. The first web banner sold by HotWired was paid for by AT&T Corp. and was put online on October 27, 1994.

  10. 70 years ago today (October 27) Ferdinand Porsche (founder of the legendary auto marque that bears his name) was arrested by U.S. military officials for his pro-Nazi activities, and was sent to France where he was held for two years before being released.

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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.

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Mike Tyson Mysteries', the new animated television series starting, October 27, 2014 on Adult Swim. You can watch the first episode now before it airs next week.