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On This Day – 10 June

Posted on: Mon 10 Jun 2019

On this day;

In 1692, The first victim of the Salem witch trials Bridget Bishop is hanged for witchcraft in the colony of Massachusetts.

In 1845, American president Andrew Jackson’s African Grey parrot “Poll” is removed from his funeral for swearing.

In 2011, White Stripes frontman Jack White and British model Karen Elson throw a “divorce party” to celebrate their amicable breakup.

Breakfast’s Tom Mann and Zoe Kounadis discuss these events from history.

Produced by Zoe Kounadis

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