From Multiversal Omnipedia
- Real World: February 7. Over 1500 buildings in Baltimore, Maryland are destroyed during the Great Baltimore Fire.
- Real World: April 8 - April 10. In Cairo, Egypt, Aleister Crowley writes the Book of the Law, which was supposedly dictated to him by an entity calling itself Aiwaz.
- Real World: July 23. The ice cream cone is invented by Charles E. Menches at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, Missouri.
- Real World: September 7. The Anglo-Tibetan Treaty is signed by the Dalai Lama and Francis Younghusband.
- DC (Pre-Crisis Earth-1), DC (Post-Crisis), DC (Post-Zero Hour), DC (Post-Infinite Crisis): Jonah Hex dies. (DC Special #16)
- Kim Possible: Bartholomew Lipsky and Miss Go stole Professor DeMenz's Electro-Static Illuminator at the Tri-City World's Fair & Exposition. Detective Jonathan Stoppable and ace reporter Miriam Possible went to investigate the theft. Chief Barkin accused Mim for the crime. She went into hiding, and her reputation ruined. Her friend John desperately search for the Electro-Static Illuminator to clear Mim's name, but never found it. (Kim Possible "Rewriting History")
New Fictional Works
Ghost Stories of an Antiquary by M.R. James, The Sea-Wolf by Jack London, Ghost Stories by James Montague, The Master of the World by Jules Verne, The Food of the Gods by H.G. Wells.
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