October 25th is known as Punk for a Day Day as well as Greasy Food Day.
We’ve made it to the 298th day of the year! There are 67 days left until the end of the year, but more importantly, there’s 6 days until Halloween.
If today has a special meaning to you, then you’re in the right place to discover the historical events that happened on this day.
Did you know that on this day in 1978, the original American horror film “Halloween” premiered? It received mixed reviews at the time but went on to receive critical acclaim in the following years.
Keep reading for more interesting facts about October 25th in history!
What Events Happened On October 25 In History?
2017 Scientists in India discovered a 152-million-year-old fossil of an extinct marine reptile called the ichthyosaur.
The fossil was found inside rocks from the Mesozoic Era, which ran between 252 and 66 million years ago, in the Kutch desert.
2010 Taylor Swift’s third studio album “Speak Now” was released. It won Billboard’s 2011 Album of the Year.
1995 The British singer Cliff Richard was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II.
1994 Susan Smith murdered her two children, and tried to pin on a made-up Black man.
She reported to the police that a black man had hijacked her car with her children inside as a pretence for their death.
1978 The original American horror film “Halloween” premiered in Kansas City, Missouri, US.
1940 Benjamin Oliver Davis Sr. became the first African American general in the United States Army.
1911 London’s last horse-drawn omnibus trip went from London Bridge Station to Moorgate.
1854 The Battle of Balaclava took place during the Crimean War.
This battle featured The Charge of the Light Brigade, a disastrous cavalry charge by the British against the Russians. This charge alone resulted in over 100 casualties for the British.
1828 St Katharine Docks opened in Central London, England, and it was one of the largest ports for trade in London in the 19th Century.
1780 John Hancock became the first Governor of Massachusetts after winning 90% of votes in the Massachusetts Constitution.
1671 Italian astronomer Giovanni Cassini discovered Iapetus, Saturn’s third-largest moon.
1415 The Battle of Agincourt between the English and the French took place.
It has historical significance as it was a surprising victory for the English, who were wearing much lighter armor than their opposition. The 6-hour battle saw the French side lose around 400 nobles, with the English only losing a handful. Overall, French casualties were estimated to be between 3,000 - 4,000, while the English had approximately 600 - 1,000 deaths.
Famous Quotes Said On October 25
Here we have the most notable quotes that have been spoken throughout history on this day.
“People do not like to think. If one thinks, one must reach conclusions; and conclusions are not always pleasant.”
If you can spare some time today, here are some unique holidays you could get involved with.
Punk for a Day Day
National Greasy Food Day
October 25 Birthday Facts, Zodiac & Birthstone
For those of you who were born on October 25th, your zodiac sign is Scorpio.
People born in October all have the Pink Tourmaline birthstone. The beautiful pink color within the tourmaline is known to protect the bearer’s heart while also supporting the healing of their emotions.
People born on October 25 were likely conceived the same year on February 1.
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