Electric cars of the 19th century, an unjustly electrocuted elephant, the electrified corpse of George Forster, and the river mouth with year-round lightning.
The mouth of the Catatumbo River sees lightning up to 160 nights of the year.
Until 1902 every fastest car in the world was electric.
Topsy the elephant was electrocuted as a publicity stunt, and Edison had nothing to do with it.
Galvani’s nephew electrocuted a murderer’s corpse and made it dance.