FDR’s Fears


U.S. Presidential Portraits

Among Franklin D. Roosevelt’s phobias was fear of fire, resulting in orders that doors to his room never be locked. He was also horribly afraid of Friday the 13th and managed to avoid Friday the 13th of April, 1945 by dying the day before.

A little extreme, when you think about it…

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