14 October

A podcast featuring experts and biographers is bringing out dark revelations about Marilyn Monroe in a mental institution. An A-List Hollywood career is thought to bring happiness and success. Yet it becomes all too obvious the good life has some deep and major pitfalls. Monroe is a case in point. Despite being one of the […]

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14 October

Ancient scrolls dating from the Mt. Vesuvius eruption are fragile things. Even more so when they’re rolled up like the morning newspaper. How do experts go about straightening them out – in a virtual sense – and reading their long-buried secrets…? Experts from the University of Kentucky’s Digital Restoration Initiative appear to have found the […]

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14 October

A Roman shipwreck has been discovered off the coast of the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. Protaras, on the southeastern coast of Cyprus, is known for its pristine beaches and luxurious resorts, but what most visitors don’t know is that not too far away lies a recently discovered two thousand year old shipwreck of Roman origin […]

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13 October

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Constructed of 99 individual sheets of plywood, clocking in at approximately 9,000 pounds, and measuring 3,168 square feet, Ripley’s Believe It or Not! would like to introduce you to Ouijazilla and its curious creator, Rick “Ormortis” Schreck! The Man Behind the Madness Rick “Ormortis” Schreck, Vice President of […]

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12 October

No sword is quite like Viking swords. During the period between 800-1200 AD, large numbers of Scandinavians began leaving the lands of their birth in search of a better life. The Vikings took to the seas and began raiding coastal areas in search of spoils and resources. At that time, Vikings raided, traded, and sometimes […]

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12 October

Nearly 150 years ago, Jules Verne penned a book with remarkably accurate predictions about the world of today. That book, however, was rejected and not brought to light until 1994. Paris In The 20th Century is a posthumous work by Jules Verne, the legendary writer and traveler. Many consider him the “Father of Science-Fiction” via […]

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12 October

The spirit of Elvis is alive and well in this talented 2 year old kid! Daniel Converse from California has gone viral with a rendition of classic ‘Can’t Help Falling In Love’. Aside from the surprisingly accomplished performance of a kid covering Elvis, what’s amazing about this story is that Daniel memorized the lyrics for […]

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12 October

In the following article, I will be covering several topics that ‘cutting fat’ encompasses. For example, I will present exercise as a modality, as I have done in the past, namely due to the fact that it has substantial research and evidence to back it’s clear results. What you should not look for in this […]

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11 October

An image of a miracle of Jesus may have been fund in the ancient city of Hippos, overlooking the Sea of Galilee. There stands the ruins of an old church which was burned down long ago.  The building was built in either the late part of the fifth century or early in the sixth, and […]

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11 October

A Bronze Age stone phallus has been discovered in Scandinavia that is remarkably at least 2,500 years old, perhaps older. The human physical form has long been celebrated by artists in all disciplines. And as the centuries passed, certain art forms pushed the boundaries further and further into areas that were once thought off-limits in […]

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