Born on this Day in History: December 5, 1932 - Born Richard Wayne Penniman in Macon, Georgia, Little Richard is a flamboyant American singer, pianist, and self-proclaimed 'architect of rock and roll' whose sound helped define the early stages of the genre. With his croons, wails, and screams, he turned songs like "Tutti Frutti" and "Long Tall Sally," into huge hits and influenced such bands as the Beatles.
On this Day in History: December 5, 1484 - Innocent VIII orders an Inquisition to uncover and execute witches in Europe. Witchcraft becomes a heresy, and over the next three centuries 200,000 accused witches die under most unpleasant circumstances.
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