Hidden City of London

London, Europe’s biggest and busiest metropolis, visited by 28 million tourists every year. They come for history, culture, and entertainment, but behind the glamour of the bright lights lies a concealed sinister city that most travellers don’t get to see. This is the Hidden City of London.

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Most MYSTERIOUS Books In The World

Books teach us, inform us, amuse us and provoke us. But some books plainly befuddle us. They invoke mysteries that hint of something ancient, extraterrestrial or possibly divine.

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Broken Heroin Needles

The dangers of injecting intravenous recreational drugs are well known. But just in case that old mantra of “don’t do drugs, stay in school” has faded away, a grisly reminder has been doing the rounds online lately. Discover more: Broken Heroin Needles

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Coconut Oil

You’d be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t like coconuts. They are furry spheres of deliciousness, after all. Coconut water though is pointless – it doesn’t have any clear health benefits and it’s just a saltier version of normal water. Learn more: Coconut Oil

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Latest Mystery Of Maya Civilization

It’s hard to believe that while the European continent was entrenched in the horrors of the Dark Ages, the Mayan culture was thriving. Not only did the Mayans create a complicated written language, they had far exceeded the Europeans in their study and mapping of the stars and planets, mathematics, and architecture. What happened to […]

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The Mystery of the Jews

A powerful short film that reveals the real story behind “The Mystery of the Jews”. With remarkable insights by renowned historians, world leaders and perceptive authors. “The Mystery of the Jews” challenges the normative conception of human history.

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The Mystery Of The Stolen Pangboche Yeti

Pangboche is a tiny, isolated village, high up within the mountains of Nepal. Resting at an altitude of 13,000 feet, It is located deep within in the Himalayas. This tiny place is renowned for producing world class Sherpas, and is mostly inhabited by the Sungdare Sherpa. Many putting this phenomena down to the extremely inhospitable […]

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Eighth Wonder Of The World

Once upon a time – on June 10, 1886, to be more precise – there was a rather powerful volcanic eruption at Lake Rotomahana on New Zealand’s North Island. Pressurized magma rose from the depths to encounter the lake, and due to an interesting quirk of physics that’s not yet properly understood, it set off […]

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Global Consumption Of Coal Drops For The Second Year In A Row

The downtick in burning coal during 2016 is following the growing trend in which many nations, both already developed and still developing, are turning away from the most polluting fossil fuel. Learn more: Global Consumption Of Coal Drops For The Second Year In A Row

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Secrets Of The Virgin Queen

They called her the Virgin Queen – England’s first Queen Elizabeth, a revered ruler in her own lifetime. Yet behind her fame lie many dark secrets, and an unsolved mystery: why didn’t the queen marry and provide an heir to the throne? For centuries, rumors have swirled of claims of illegitimacy, adultery and even that […]

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