Amelia Earhart’s Haunting Last Radio Calls

ADVERTISEMENTS ADVERTISEMENTS On July 2, 1937, US pilot Amelia Earhart crashed her Lockheed Electra aircraft somewhere over the central Pacific Ocean during her attempt to become the first woman to circumnavigate the globe. Even to this day, much of the story remains shrouded in mystery, with many people still holding onto hope that Earhart and […]

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Why Do You Get So Hungry When You’re High?

Cannabis has a well-known range of side effects: a feeling of being chilled out, prone to giggling, more intense colors, time feeling like it slowed down and, of course, the famous “munchies”. A new paper, presented at a recent Florida gathering of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior, takes an inventive look at […]

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Last Tsar Executed 100 Years Ago

Scientists have identified human remains as belonging to Russia’s last tsar Nicholas II and his family, dating back a century. Bones thought to belong to the family, including the Tsar, his German-born wife, and some of their five children, were first discovered in 1979. But the authenticity of them had remained in question ever since. […]

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12 Books Elon Musk Thinks Everyone Should Read

Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX, Tesla, and other larger-than-life tech companies, somehow also seems to find time to read. Musk has said that reading a variety of books — from epic works of fantasy like the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy to complex how-to books on building rockets — is crucial to his success. […]

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Ötzi The Iceman – Before He Was Murdered

Ötzi the Iceman didn’t have the easiest of lives. Some 5,300 years ago, this tattooed hunter trampled the harsh mountains of the eastern Alps near the Italian-Austrian border with a dodgy heart and gut parasites, only to eventually die after being shot with an arrow and brutally attacked by a mysterious enemy. As if things […]

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Can You Solve This Murder At A Sorority?

There is some dark business going on. Can you solve this?

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The Sinister Disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa

James Riddle Hoffa (February 14, 1913 – disappeared July 30, 1975) was an American labor union leader who served as the President of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) union from 1958 until 1971. He vanished in late July 1975, at age 62.

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A Shipwreck Worth Millions Of Dollars

In 2016, a shipwreck was discovered close to Cape Canaveral on the Floridian coast, an area that is better known for its space junk than its colonial shipping vessels. The shipwreck has since been the subject of a lengthy legal battle between the company that found the wreckage and the country to whom it supposedly […]

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The Boys Rescued From The Cave In Thailand

The 12 boys and soccer coach that spent up to 17 days trapped in the Tham Luang Nang Non cave system in Thailand have all been safely rescued from the cave, but their ordeal isn’t fully over yet. Discover more: The Boys Rescued From The Cave In Thailand

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The Soccer Team Rescue

For the first time in more than two weeks, the world is breathing easier now that all 12 Thai boys and their 25-year-old soccer coach have been successfully rescued from the depths of a flooded cave. Just after 10 pm on Tuesday, officials announced the last of the group were rescued and in good health. […]

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