Happy New Year’s Eve – we hope you’ve had an amazing year! December 31st is officially No Interruptions Day and Make Up Your Mind Day.
We’ve made it to the very last day of the year, that’s a reason to celebrate!
Those of you who were born on New Year’s Eve share the Capricorn star sign.
You probably already guessed this, but today has been a very important day in history, it’s the end of a year, but also the start of something new! Here you’ll find some interesting facts and events that all happened on New Year’s Eve throughout history.
Did you know that on this day in 1977, Ted Bundy escaped from jail? He broke through the ceiling of the chief jailer’s apartment and, wearing clothes he found there, walked out the front door.
Keep reading for more facts about December 31st in history!
What Happened On December 31 In History?
The Washington Post called the Lorde a bigot in an ad after she canceled her show in Israel.
Evel Knievel attempted to jump the Caesar’s Palace Fountain.
Jumping the Vegas' Caesars Palace Fountain was Knievel's longest attempted motorcycle jump at 141 feet. He failed the jump and broke several bones – his pelvis, femur, hip fractures, wrist, and both ankles. On top of that, he suffered a concussion.
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