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Theodore Roosevelt's mother died at age 49 and less than twelve hours later, his wife Alice died from what was diagnosed as acute kidney disease. In his diary that night, the twenty-six-year-old Theodore placed a large X, along with the simple words “The light has gone out of my life.”

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Alice Cooper (the band) broke up in the 70s, at which point their frontman adopted the name Alice Cooper for his solo career. Since the "Alice Cooper" name is registered to the band, Alice Cooper pays the old members of Alice Cooper an annual royalty to use the name "Alice Cooper."

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  1. In 1965, a four-year-old nearly drowned at a beach, but was rescued by a woman named Alice Blaise. 9 years later, that boy saved a man at the same beach. That man was Alice's husband.

  2. When a dignitary complained to President Theodore Roosevelt about Alice Roosevelt (his daughter) smoking on top of the White House, Roosevelt replied, "I can be President of the United States, or I can control Alice. I cannot possibly do both."

  3. Prior to their music careers, Sid Vicious and Johnny Rotten would often perform Alice Cooper covers on the streets for money. People would pay them to stop.

  4. While on a hunting trip, guitarist Jerry Cantrell of Alice In Chains forgot that November only had 30 days, missing a scheduled performance on December 1st. The next day, he received a calendar as a gift from Columbia records.

  5. Alice Cooper once threw a live chicken at the audience, thinking it would fly away, and the audience tore it to pieces. After newspapers claimed he had bitten off the chicken's head and drunk its blood on stage, Frank Zappa said "Well, whatever you do, don't tell anyone you didn't do it.".

  6. Alice Cooper used to babysit Keanu Reeves.

  7. A live chicken was given to Alice Cooper in concert. Thinking it could fly, he tossed it into the crowd who tore it apart. The next day headlines read: Alice Cooper bites head off chicken and drinks blood. Frank Zappa told him not to deny the story saying "You can't buy this type of publicity!"

  8. Kathryn Beaumont was 13-15 years old when she voiced Alice and Wendy in the original 1950s animated Disney films Alice in Wonderland (1951) and Peter Pan (1953). She returned 50 years later to voice the same characters in 2002 for KingdomHearts at the age of 64.

  9. Richie Ashburn hit a foul ball into the stands that struck spectator Alice Roth, breaking her nose. When play resumed Ashburn fouled off another ball that struck her while she was being carried off in a stretcher.

  10. Alice Walton, heir to the Wal-Mart fortune and one of the richest people in the world, has had a history of reckless collisions. Her latest DWI arrest was expunged after the Texas trooper who arrested her was mysteriously suspended, and the statute of limitations was allowed to expire.

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Alice Cooper used to babysit Keanu Reeves.

Voice actress Kathryn Beaumont voiced Alice from "Alice in Wonderland" at age 13, and again at age 64 for "Kingdom Hearts" - source

There's a neurological disorder called "Alice in Wonderland" syndrome. This affects patients' perception in a way that they may suddenly feel that they have become giants or the room around them has shrunk. It most commonly affects children.

In 2001, the United States Court of Appeals upheld the right of Alice Randall to publish a parody of 'Gone with the Wind' called 'The Wind Done Gone', which told the same story from the point of view of Scarlett O'Hara's slaves, who were glad to be rid of her. - source

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In Lewis Carroll's through the looking glass, Alice's movements through the book map out a playable game of chess

Cary Grant’s girlfriend convinced him to see Alice Cooper in concert. On the ride home, when she asked him what he thought of it, he said, “Remember I told you about the time I took LSD in my doctor's office and shat all over his rug and floor?… Well now I know how that poor doctor felt."

Voice actress Kathryn Beaumont voiced Alice from "Alice in Wonderland" at age 13, and again at age 64 for "Kingdom Hearts".

Alice Walker, author of The Color Purple, believes the earth is secretly controlled by giant inter-dimensional lizards who came to earth to harvest gold that strengthens their lizard nervous systems.

Kathryn Beaumont, born 27 June 1938, voiced Alice from Alice in Wonderland (1951) and Wendy from Peter Pan (1953). In 2002, almost 50 years later, she again voiced Alice and Wendy in the Kingdom Hearts game.

Alice Walton (Walmart heir) killed a pedestrian in a driving accident and was never charged. She has also be arrested for DWI twice but never charged.

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Alice Cooper has said he was inspired to write the song "School's Out" when answering the question, "What's the greatest three minutes of your life?" "If we can catch that three minutes in a song, it's going to be so big."

Lead singer of Alice in Chains Layne Staley was found laying dead next to several spray paint cans with a fully loaded syringe in his right hand and one still attached to his leg. His height was 6 feet but he only weighed 86 pounds upon finding him.

Alice Cooper formed a celebrity "drinking club" in the 1970's called the Hollywood Vampires. You could only join the club if you could out-drink all members, which included Keith Moon, Ringo Starr, Micky Dolenz, Harry Nilsson, John Belushi, and John Lennon.

Alice Cooper was originally the band's name and that Cooper now pays an annual license to his former band mates to use the name Alice Cooper

There is no such character as the "Mad Hatter" in Alice In Wonderland, only "The Hatter". He had a mad tea party and the two concepts merged.

Hat making in the past involved prolonged exposure to mercury vapours, causing poisoning which symptoms are sensory impairment (vision, hearing, speech), and a lack of coordination. this inspired terms like "Mad as a hatter" and of course, the mad hatter of Alice in wonderland.

Alice In Chains' lead vocalist Layne Staley in response to an article in 1998 asking, "Who will wipe and change the band now?" after their manager retired, Layne mailed a jar of piss and a bag of his own feces to the magazine with a note attached that read, "Wipe and change this, motherf***ers!"

Pioneering shock rocker Alice Cooper credits golf with helping him overcome alcohol addiction and plays the game up to six days a week.

Alice in Wonderland is not full of drug references, it is a story about a world where irrational mathematics are the basis of reality. It was written by a math professor who thought these new forms of math were ludicrous.

When the body of Layne Staley - the lead singer of Alice In Chains - was discovered, it weighed 86 pounds. He was 6 ft. tall and suffered from depression, and addiction to speed and cocaine.

When someone called the black chauffeur of Alice Roosevelt (daughter of Teddy) a "black bastard", the driver took it in stride. Roosevelt, however, leaned out the window and shouted "Shut up, you white son of a bitch."

The "Red Queen" is not another name for the Queen of Hearts in "Alice in Wonderland." They are actually two separate characters. The Queen of Hearts is from "Alice in Wonderland," and the Red Queen is from the sequel "Through the Looking Glass."

Alice Cooper, after unable to sell more than 100 tickets for a concert, rented a billboard truck and had it 'conveniently' break down in the middle of a busy street. They were able to sell out the show by the next day.

Sideshow performer Francesco Lentini was born in Sicily in 1889 with 3 different length legs, 4 feet, and 2 genitals - a result of a partially absorbing his conjoined twin. He married, had 4 children, and lived to be 85. His photo is on the back cover of Alice In Chain’s self-titled album.

Alice Wadsworth, President of the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, argued in 1917 against granting women the right to vote in part because “It would be an official endorsement of nagging as national policy.”

Alice Walton (Walmart heiress) killed somebody while DUI and the charges were dropped after the arresting trooper was mysteriously suspended and unable to testify until after charges had expired

"Alice in Wonderland Syndrome" in which patients have visual hallucinations in which they see objects around them distorted in size and shape. Lewis Carroll is thought to have suffered from it while he wrote his novels.

In 1910, Alice Stebbins Wells was sworn in as the first policewoman in the United States by the Los Angeles Police Department and was issued a standard badge. When she was accused of impersonating her husband, LAPD presented her with "Policewoman's Badge Number One".

In 1976 a musical comedy porno of Alice in Wonderland was made in an attempt to make a "high budget" porn film.

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