27 October

Each year, 15 undergraduate seniors from Yale University are “tapped” to join the ranks of Skull and Bones, one of the most mysterious secret societies in the United States. Much […]

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27 October

We assume that after death, our bodies will naturally decay without any further issues. However, sometimes people continue to wreak havoc even after they have passed on. Here, we’re talking […]

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27 October

From a corpse being put on trial to Adolf Hitler being nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, below are ten bizarre historical events that actually happened. Napoleon was attacked by […]

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27 October

President Joe Biden announced on October 22 he would be delaying the release of classified documents related to the 1963 assassination of former President John F. Kennedy. According to the […]

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27 October

When you make a mistake, you quickly forget all the wins and praise lauded on you over the years. Make one measly mistake and it’s all you can think about. […]

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27 October

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Sixty-six million years ago, real-life monsters roamed the Earth, including Triceratops. Although many people discount them as peaceful herbivores, a confrontation with one […]

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27 October

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Nine years ago, an idea spread like wildfire across the internet, a trampoline bridge over Paris’s River Seine. Although the concept soon went […]

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26 October

The 2021 film, Spencer, starring Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana, is one of the most anticipated movies of the year. Rumors have been swirling since the trailer’s release that Stewart’s […]

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26 October

Here’s an extremely unsettling fact: not long ago, Europeans were cannibals. Throughout modern European history, Egyptian mummies and other forms of preserved human flesh were common medicinal ingredients. Here is […]

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26 October

New findings regarding the discovery of the tomb of Ancient Egyptian nobleman Khuwy have the potential to change our view of the civilization’s embalming techniques. The tomb dates back to […]

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