George P. Metesky
aka The Mad Bomber
2 November 1903 (+) is born in New York City, United States.
5 September 1931 (x) is injured in a boiler blowback and inhales poisonous gases in New York City, United States.
16 November 1940 (x) leaves his first bomb, a short length of brass pipe filled with gunpowder with an ignition mechanism made of sugar and flashlight batteries, on the window sill in New York, United States.
11 January 1953 (x) An unexploded bomb by Metesky is found in a rental locker in New York City, United States.
2 December 1956 (x) plants a bomb, leaving six of the theater's 1.500 occupants injured in New York, United States.
22 January 1957 (x) is arrested in Waterbury, United States.
18 April 1957 (x) is declared "hopeless and incurable both mentally and physically" and committed in Beacon, United States.
13 December 1973 (x) is released from a mental hospital after serving two-thirds of the 25-year maximum sentence he would have received at trial in New York, United States.
23 May 1994 (-) dies of unknown causes in Waterbury, United States.