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The Cheyenne Sun Dance ceremony was held in June 1865. Based on a comment by Belial, Catch-the-Bear made his war bonnet after the ceremony. (PROSE: The Book of the War)

June 1894 was Iris Wildthyme's favourite month in all of history to visit Paris. (PROSE: Enter Wildthyme)

During June of 1911 Alexander Korvo attempted to destroy History of Earth Volume 36,379 by Kronos Vad. He planted a series of bombs across London near bookshops which could contain the book. Sherlock Holmes disarmed the bombs and saved the book with the help of Iris Wildthyme. (AUDIO: The Adventure of the Bloomsbury Bomber, Kronos Vad's History of Earth Vol. 36,379)

In June 1914, the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary by Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo, Bosnia triggered a series of events that rapidly escalated into Earth's first global conflict: World War I. Unknown to the general populace, however, the start of the war was influenced by the Nemesis thanks to its orbit which brought it back to Earth every 25 years. (PROSE: Human Nature, TV: Silver Nemesis, The Family of Blood)

In June 1970, a psychopath in an asylum in India began developing strange physiological symptoms: his skin became scaly and stretched out of shape; his body temperature fluctuated; his hips rotated as if he had four legs; and finally, his back split open to reveal wings. This condition spread among the inmates and the staff until, one night, the whole asylum transformed. One doctor used a gun to start euthanising the victims, having to shoot each one in the head multiple times until they stopped screaming. After each individual died, however, they returned to human form. Fate identified this as the peak of a crisis of strange visions among asylum inmates worldwide, which Christine Summerfield linked to the sphinx invasion; however, she cast doubt on the veracity of the story. (PROSE: Dead Romance)

In June 1999, Rosa Parks received a Congressional Medal from President Clinton, recognising her as a living icon for freedom. (TV: Rosa)

On the night that Amy Pond began travelling with the Eleventh Doctor, her bedside alarm clock displayed the date 6/25/2010 then, after slipping past 12 o'clock, it changed to 6/26/2010. (TV: Flesh and Stone) The Doctor later came to understand this as the day when the TARDIS exploded, resulting in a total event collapse. This was also the month in which Amy got married to her husband Rory Williams. (TV: The Pandorica Opens)

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