...was looking forward, is the new episode of The Big Bang Theory

Yes, since I started watching it I became quite a big fan. And now that the new episode came out I'm sitting on needles to go and watch it, but I told myself I won't do it, until I'm finished with today's post. So here I am, trying to think about the beset topic for today.

Since today is Friday the 13th, and Listverse went with this one as their topic too, I'm going to do the same thing. There are three Friday the thirds this year, one today, one in April, and one in July. This only happens on leap years, and it didn't happen since 1984. Also, In a year there can't be more than three Friday the 13th.

since most of you guys consider Friday the 13th to be unlucky, I'm making a list of the most unlucky and strange events that happened on this day. Here we go!

1. Aug. 13, 1521
Conquistador Hernán Cortés captured Cuauhtémoc, the ruler of Tenochtitlán, claiming the city for Spain and marking the end of the Aztec Empire. Cortés appointed himself the new ruler and renamed it Mexico City, according to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.

2. Nov. 13, 1789
Benjamin Franklin wrote “Everything appears to promise that it will last; but in this world nothing is certain but death and taxes,” according to U.S. government documents.

3. Sept. 13, 1940
Five German bombs hit Buckingham Palace and destroyed the Palace Chapel, as part of Hitler's strategic "Blitz" bombing campaign, according to reports from U.K. newspaper The Guardian.

4. June 13, 1952
A Swedish military DC-3 plane carrying a crew of eight disappeared over international water in the Baltic Sea. This became known as the "Catalina affair" because one of two Catalina rescue planes sent to search for the plane was attacked by Soviet forces. In 1991, the Soviet air force admitted that it had shot down the DC-3 as well, according to the BBC.

5. July 13, 1956
The United States and Britain turned down Indian and Yugoslavian pleas to stop atmospheric testing of nuclear weapons, according to The New York Times.

6. Nov. 13, 1970
A huge South Asian storm killed an estimated 300,000 people in Chittagong, Bangladesh, and create floods that killed as many as 1 million in the Ganges delta.

7. June 13, 1986
The Olsen twins, Mary-Kate and Ashley, were born.

8. Jan. 13, 1989
The "Friday the 13th virus" infected hundreds of IBM computers across Great Britain, wiping out program files and causing considerable anxiety at a time when large-scale computer viruses were a relatively new threat.

9. Oct. 13, 1989
The Dow Jones Industrial Average underwent the second largest drop it had ever experienced at that time. Nicknamed the Friday-the-13th mini-crash, the Dow dropped 190.58 points that day. Today, that drop doesn't even make the top 10 list of largest drops.

10. March 13, 2009
"SAW – The Ride" premiered at Thorpe Park amusement park in England, only to be temporarily shut down due to "minor teething problems" according to UK news reports.

11. Aug. 13, 1999
The day would have been Alfred Hitchcock's 100th birthday.

12. July 13, 1923
Hollywood Sign is Built.

13. August 13, 2010
A 13 year old boy was struck by a lightning at 13:13. (1:13 PM)

Do you guys know any other cool events that happened on Friday the 13th?