4 White House executive orders on Muslim ban

On Tuesday, Vox was given six documents that purported to be draft executive orders under consideration by the Trump administration. The source noted that “all of these documents are still going through formal review” in the Executive Office of the President and “have not yet been cleared by [the Department of Justice or the Office […]

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The legend of the Michigan ‘Melon Heads’

DETROIT – Michigan is filled with urban legends and folklore. One of the most popular legends is that of the Melon Heads. Melon Heads are generally described as small humanoids with bulbous heads, occasionally emerging from hiding to attack people. The legend of the Michigan ‘Melon Heads’

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A 1,000-year-old mummy was unearthed in Luxor, Egypt

The southern Egyptian city of Luxor may currently be a site of political instability and jihadist violence, but it is also the location of abundant magnificent temples and tombs constructed by ancient Egyptian pharaohs. Home to half a million people, Luxor sits on the west bank of the Nile River and is an important site […]

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In early English common law, suicide was a punishable crime

In today’s law, suicide is not considered a crime. It is viewed as a sad and an unfortunate event, but it rarely has legal consequences. However, in early English common law suicide was considered as “Felo de se,” Latin for “felon on himself.” The person found guilty of it, even though dead, was subject to […]

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7 Chilling Sightings of Ghost Children around the World

Few things in this world are more terrifying and tragic than the ghosts of children. From stories of untimely deaths, to crybaby bridges and demons masquerading as children, nothing can be more haunting than to be faced with a ghostly specter in the form of a child. Below are seven of the most terrifying stories […]

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Research Into Ancient Aliens And UFO by Jason Martell

This painting is called “The Madonna with Saint Giovannino”. It was painted in the 15th century by Domenico Ghirlandaio (1449-1494) and hangs as part of the Loeser collection in the Palazzo Vecchio. Above Mary’s (left) shoulder is a disk shaped object. Below is a blow up of this section and a man and his dog […]

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Japanese Taxi Drivers Report Picking Up Ghosts of Tsunami Victims

Taxi drivers in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, which had been devastated by the tsunami and earthquake of March 2011, began having strange encounters the summer after the devastation — and in record numbers — the summer after the tragedy. One driver picked up a woman wearing a coat. She climbed in his cab near Ishinomaki Station […]

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He Was The Sole Survivor Of His Town.

Born 1875 on the Caribbean island of Martinique, Ludger Sylbaris worked as a laborer in the town of Saint-Pierre. In fact, he has become notorious for always making trouble and he has been convicted for it. On the night of May 7, 1902, he went out of town to get some drink. He ended up […]

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Are Undian God’s Aliens? How Is It Possible?

Each and every form of science roots to Discovery and Invention. Just because someone gave it a thesis form in some XXXX year doesn’t mean the knowledge didn’t exist before. Galileo was born in born in 1564 yet there are thousands of references of planetary status and star positions in the manuscripts and paintings of […]

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Top 10 Most Haunted Places in Indiana

Built in 1883, this 84-foot covered bridge spans Leatherwood Creek along 40N, south of Route 36, about six miles west of Rockville. The bridge used to lay on the path of Pikes Peak Highway, which ran from New York to Los Angeles. According to legend, in 1890 a young mother was carrying her baby home […]

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