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Bizarre, hilarious and amazing truths about famous people.
Did you know
Which US President had false teeth made from the tusks of a hippopotamus?
Which English poet tried tried to raise the Devil?
Which English King was used as a salt cellar?
Which Hollywood star used to scrub the floors of her luxury home?
Which Wimbledon winner never washed himself?
Which famous British Prime Minister had American Indian blood in his veins?
Which famous explorer died of piles?
Which German ruler bit his uncle's legs?
Then get the book - and you soon will.
It's full of fascinating facts about famous folk.

Published: Dave Dutton on
ISBN: 9781465712776
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