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Here you will learn all about September 13 with our hand-selected range of fun facts and historical events that all happened on this day throughout history.
Did you know that on this day in 1955, Velcro was patented by Swiss Engineer George de Mestral? He named his invention after the French words “velour” and “crochet,” which means “velvet hook.”
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th in history! What Happened On September 13 In History?
Pilot episode of “Supernatural” created by Eric Kripke aired on The WB television network.
The single “Candle in the Wind” was released by Elton John as a tribute to Princess Diana of Wales.
The legal drama TV series “Law & Order” aired for the first time on NBC.
The show had great success and went on to have 20 seasons and 456 episodes.
Paul Lynch set a new world record for the most push-ups in 24 hours.
The record was set in the UK after Lynch performed 32,573 push-ups!
American sitcom “Soap” became the first show to display warning “Viewer discretion advised.”
Animated mystery comedy “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!” was first aired on CBS.
The Beatles released their hit single “Yesterday.”
Velcro was patented by Swiss Engineer, George de Mestral.
Howard Hughes designed and built world’s fastest plane called the H-1 racer, then flew it at an incredible 352 miles per hour in Santa Fe, California.
The Faraday Effect was discovered by chemist, Michael Faraday.
The Faraday effect is when there is a reaction between both a magnetic field and light when inside a medium.
Michelangelo started his three-year project sculpting his Statue of David.