Photos: Ten weirdest events in Denver history on History.orb
As we all know, there are facts, and then there are Internet facts -- like a list of "Historical Events" that took place in Denver as assembled on History.orb. For the most part, the items, which appear to have been mined from various Wikipedia pages, aren't the kind of thing you're likely to have studied in school. But that's why they like them! After all, any opportunity to link the Mile High City to David Bowie, seen here, is fine by us -- especially if the connection is strange.
We've assembled and photo-illustrated our ten favorites. Count them down below.
Number 10: April 13, 1992: Crystal Pepsi begins test marketing in Providence, Denver & Dallas
And a beverage revolution was born! Or maybe it was just a case of nausea.... Number 9: September 4, 1966: Houston Oilers hold Denver Broncos to no 1st downs, winning 45-7
No first downs, and yet they still managed to score a touchdown. That's beating the odds! Continue for more of the ten weirdest events in Denver history on History.orb.Next Page
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