Most Amazing Accidental Historical Discoveries

ADVERTISEMENTS ADVERTISEMENTS James got an excavator to dig deeper and was stunned to see a well-preserved skull. These were the bones of a wooly mammoth that lived on the planet about 15,000 years ago. The multiton giant was approximately 40 years old when it died. Archaeologists found most of the animal’s skeleton, including the almost […]

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Time Traveler Caught on 911 Call

The call involves a time traveler and the man who recorded this call was left questioning everything he thought he knew. Is this proof of time travel? What do you think? ADVERTISEMENTS

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Mysterious Travelers from Other Dimensions

5 cases of strangers from other dimensions or unknown lands who came out of nowhere only to become lost in our strange world: The Green Children of Woolpit, The Taured Man, Utsuro-bune, Jophar Vorin of Laxaria, and Jerome of Sandy Cove.

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Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Spotted On Google Earth

It promised the world views of the entire planet from their laptop. But could Google Earth have unraveled our favorite mystery of the deep? From the giant mysterious shark to the strange Lochness monster, here are 7 mysterious Deep Sea Creatures spotted on Google Earth.

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Polar Bear Trying To Eat Plastic Bag

Plastic pollution is taking over the world – it’s filling up the oceans, it’s in the stomach of most seabirds, and it’s even in the world’s deepest underwater trench. As this stunningly sad photograph shows, even the majestic creatures of the Arctic circle are not immune to the problem. Look at the photo here: Polar […]

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Crickets

Not only are insects a more eco-friendly source of animal protein, but they are also – as it turns out – a healthy one. This means munching on crickets is not only safe but it promotes the growth of beneficial gut bacteria (or probiotics), which can help reduce inflammation in the body. Learn more: Crickets

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Young Roman Woman

The world of archaeology is often very close to death, doom, gloom, and grime. So, when archaeologists take the decision to crack open an ancient sarcophagus, they typically expect to find some skeletal remains or perhaps even some “tasty” red sludge. However, researchers in Germany working on an ancient Roman sarcophagus have discovered something much […]

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Massive Roman Public Library

Deep in the urban heart of Cologne, Germany, construction work has led to the discovery of the oldest public library on German soil, if not the whole region of western Europe. This truly incredible structure dates back to the time of the Romans and it could have once held over 20,000 scrolls. Learn more: Massive […]

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The Dog Who Saved The Stolen World Cup

For England football fans, 1966 is a year they’ll never forget – it was the year they won the World Cup. It could have been a very different story because three months before they won, the World Cup trophy was stolen. Luckily it was found on a London street by a dog called Pickles.

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Woman Keeps Secret Lover In Attic For Years

The is the true story of Dolly Oesterreich, a midwestern housewife, who keeps her secret lover Otto Sanhuber hidden from her husband Fred.

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