Sorry to break the news to you but you’ve been lied to. Your teachers, friends, family members, they’ve all been steering you in the wrong direction. Maybe not in general but definitely when it comes to some common “facts” that are actually false. From historical events that never actually happened to common knowledge that turned out to be false, these “facts” are nothing more than fiction.
Wait until you see what George Washington’s teeth were actually made out of — Hint, it’s much more disturbing than wood.
Viking Helmets With Horns Are Not Historically Accurate
Sure, Vikings running around in horned helmets makes for some great moments in movies but there’s absolutely no verifiable truth to this highly touted “fact.” The National Museum of Denmark notes that only one fully intact viking helmet has ever been found and there were absolutely no horns.
The museum also points out that other helmets also never featured signs of attached horns, although some did have raised eyebrows which helped protect a vikings face during battle. Mind officially blown.
Up next, a swimming pool dye that has never actually existed with any success.