Sep. 21, 2000
Something Told the Wild Geese
It's Stephen King's birthday, born in Portland, Maine, 1947, author of Carrie, The Shining, The Dead Zone, and dozens of other horror novels and short stories.
It's the birthday of playwright Marsha Norman, born in 1947, Louisville, Kentucky, best known for winning the 1983 Pulitzer Prize with her play 'night, Mother.
It's the birthday of the British writer, H.G. Wells, born in Kent, 1866. He's best known for his first novel, The Time Machine, which came out in 1895. His other books include The Invisible Man (1897), and War of the Worlds (1898).
It's the birthday of the French scientist Charles Jules-Henri Nicolle, who discovered that typhus is transmitted by lice.
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