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By Kate Boehm Jerome, Bill Farnsworth, Frank Sofo

In 1864, through the Civil battle, the C.S.S. Hunley turned the 1st submarine on the planet to sink an enemy send. The Hunley and its group mysteriously vanished. What occurred on that chilly iciness evening? After over a century, scientists eventually have the various solutions.

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51 For the first time, I realized that perhaps the Martians had another purpose, apart from destroying h u m a n beings. We stood for a m o m e n t in terror, then ran through a gate behind us into a garden and hid in a corner until the stars were out. It was nearly eleven o'clock before we felt brave enough to go out again. We kept away from the road, moving through gardens and some areas full of trees. W h e n we got to Sheen, the curate said that he felt unwell and we decided to try o n e of the houses.

My brother turned towards Victoria station, and met a n u m b e r of people like these. He had an idea that he might see me. He noticed an unusual n u m b e r of police controlling the traffic. Some of the refugees were exchanging news with the people on the buses. Most were excited by their strange experience. My brother spoke to several of the refugees but n o n e could give him any news of Woking, except o n e man w h o said that it had been totally destroyed the previous night. At that time there was a strong feeling on the streets that the government should be blamed because they had not destroyed the Martians already At about eight o'clock the sound of tiring could be heard clearly ail over the south of London.

T h e warship could stilt turn and its engines worked. It went straight towards a second Martian, and was within a hundred metres of it w h e n the H e a t - R a v hit it. There was a violent bang, a blinding flash and the warship blew up. T h e Martian was 48 thrown back by the violence of the explosion, and in another moment the b u r n i n g wreckage, still moving forwards, had broken the Martian like something made of w o o d . My brother shouted. A boiling cloud of steam hid everything again.

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