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November 4, 1936: After Richard S. Lambert was said to be “off his head” for believing in the bizarre Gef the Talking Mongoose case and other paranormal topics, he brings—and wins—a slander case in London High Court.

November 9, 1966: According to one version of the “Paul is dead” legend, Paul McCartney dies in a car accident on this day and is replaced by an (improbably talented) impostor.

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