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Following is our collection of super amazing and curious facts and details explaining September 28. This list is intended for research in school, for college students or just to feed your brain with. Possible use cases are in quizzes, differences, homework facts legend, cover facts, and many more. But nevertheless learn why is September 28 so important!

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Top 10 September 28 facts that will blow your mind.

  1. On September 25, 2000, NBA player Paul Pierce was stabbed 11 times in the face, neck, and back and had a bottle smashed over his head. On November 1st, Pierce played the season opener scoring 28 points and went on to play in every game that season.

  2. When he went to work in his lab on September 28, 1928, he discovered that the staph couldn"t grow near the penicilliummold. He uncovered the properties of the mold that prevented the staph from spreading to that region of the plate.

  3. The Norman army landed in England on September 28.

  4. 28 of the 30 most watched television events in history are sporting events - 17 are Olympics, 7 are soccer World Cups, 2 are cricket World Cups and 2 are boxing matches. The only non-sporting events in the top 30 are the funeral of Princess Diana and coverage of the September 11th attacks

  5. The Mexican War of Independence actually began in Guanajuato when a Catholic priest, Miguel Hidalgo y Costillo, raised a peasant army and led a march to Guanajuato City on September 28, 1810. After laying siege to royalists entrenched in a granary, Hidalgo and his rebels took the structure and the city, thereby starting the revolution that would finally end eleven years later.

  6. On September 28, 1907 he met Lisa Meitner and they became close friends and collaborators.

  7. The members of Sum 41 started out in rival bands in high school. They joke that they met while attending a Hole concert 41 days into the summer of 1996. The band was originally named Kaspir, and changed their name to Sum 41 for a Supernova show on September 28, 1996.

  8. On September 28, 1900, the Catacombs were discovered by accident. A donkey lost its footing and fell in through an access shaft. Excavators had been searching for the Catacombs since 1892 but had no luck until the donkey had his mishap.

  9. There is a criminal called Dr. Chaos who was incarcerated at the supermax prison ADX Florence for causing 28 power failures and hoarding large amounts of cyanide. After 20 years in prison, was released on September 8, 2019.

  10. On September 28 1994 M/S Estonia sunk in the Baltic Sea, killing 86% (852) of those on board. The ship had been transporting military equipment from Estonia to Sweden 8 and 14 days before the incident.