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SEPTEMBER 8–A Florida woman who claimed to be a “vampire” last night attacked an elderly man, biting him on the face and arm and tearing away chunks of his skin, according to police. The arrest affidavit:
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Sailing stones, or moving rocks, is an unexplained natural phenomenon of rocks moving in long tracks across a surface, typically in a desert, without any assistance from humans or animals. To date nobody has seen the rocks actually move therefore … Continue reading
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Coral Castle is a mysterious castle built by the Latvian-born eccentric Edward Leedskalnin in Miami, Florida. The castle is built from several megalithic stones such as limestone and coral, each weighing several tons. Leedskalnin spent 28 years, from 1920-1958, building … Continue reading
The Toynbee tiles are messages of mysterious origin found embedded in asphalt in about two dozen major cities in the United States and four South American capitals. Since the 1980s, several hundred tiles have been discovered. They are generally about … Continue reading
Concept for the Stockholm Library, rendered by a team of students at the Architecture School of Paris La Seine.
Aleppo, Syria Aleppo is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world; it has been inhabited since perhaps as early as the 6th millenium BC. Excavations at Tell Qaramel (25 km north of Aleppo) show the area to … Continue reading
Which one is a robotic-clone, or an actroid and which one is the real deal? Well, its the one on the right, and his name is Hiroshi Ishiguro. Ishiguro is the director of the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory, part of the … Continue reading
Why do you think books are so popular in prison? You can use a knife to cut inside the pages making them amazing concealers for anything from, well, knives to even other, smaller books!
The head of the Christ statue to be erected on a hill, rests in Swiebodzin, (south-west Poland) on October 29, 2010. The statue is be a 33-meters high, plus the crown with adds another two meters, and it also has … Continue reading