THE SECRET TERRORISTS – The mysteries of the Titanic Part – 2

Recently, researches have been coming up with a lot of controversies about the Titanic. Where one says the Titanic was a Jesuit plan, there is another controversy that the titanic was sunk for the insurance money. Moreover, it is also thought that the titanic never sunk, but it’s sister ship did. Shocked? Well, here are…

THE SECRET TERRORISTS – The mysteries of the Titanic Part-1

* Who was really behind 9-11? * Did a greater conspiracy surround the Oklahoma Bombing? * Was Marilyn Monroe killed? * Did aliens crash at Roswell? Another historical mystery or puzzle is: What was the real story behind the sinking of the Titanic? The book ‘The Secret Terrorists’ printed by Truth Triumphant Ministries and reprinted…

10 Incredible Dog Facts That Even Cat Lovers Will Enjoy

1     Fact #1: Dogs are capable of understanding upto 250 words and gestures,can count up to 5 and can perform simple mathematical calculations. The average dog is as intelligent as a 2 year old child. 2 Fact #2: Some stray russian dogs have found out how to use the subway in order to…

12 Strange Animals You Didn’t Know Exist

1. Red-lipped Batfish Found on the Galapagos Islands, this fish is actually a pretty bad swimmer, and uses its pectoral fins to walk on the bottom of the ocean 2. Goblin Shark This rare shark is sometimes even called a “living fossil”, “is the only extant representative of the family Mitsukurinidae, a lineage some 125…

Such a hilarious protest!

Spraying Milk Protest in Belgium European dairy farmers had for long been suffering the crunch of drop in the prices of milk. But in 2009, around 2,500 European farmers flocked to Brussels to protest against the constant collapse in price rises. Earlier they had created a “milk lake,” pouring thousands of litres of white stuff…

Craziest law’s ever!

No matter how silly it is..a law is a law… well here are a few law’s that I’m sure you wouldn’t have heard off😛 It is illegal to make funny faces at a dog in Oklahoma In Oklahoma, you can be fined, arrested or jailed for making ugly faces at a dog. Minnesota’s Strangest Law…

Ghost Ship of the Frozen North 1931

The Baychimo, a 1,322 ton steam ship owned by the Hudson Bay Trading Company, regularly traveled to Alaska and British Columbia transporting goods and passengers, and fur trading with the Inuit who lived along the Beaufort Sea. On October 1, 1931, Baychimo was making a return trip to Vancouver. She’d completed a run to Victoria…

Clonycavan Man 392–201 B.C.

In 2003, a bog-cutting machine in County Meath, Ireland, unearthed Clonycavan Man—a murder victim from 2,300 years ago. Clonycavan Man received three axe blows to the head, one to the chest, and had his nose smashed. There were signs of torture before death. His nipples had been cut off, before he was disemboweled and dumped…

Herxheim Cannibals 5,000 B.C.

Excavations in the German town of Herxheim gave us a window into the world of 7,000 years ago. They unearthed large structures, pottery, and victims of cannibalism. At least 10 individuals had cut and scrape marks indicative of butchering techniques. Some bones had chew marks. Others were deliberately smashed, as if to access marrow. Ribs…

La Brea Woman 7,000 B.C.

La Brea Tar Pits are a series of 100 asphalt pools bubbling in the heart of Los Angeles. For over 40,000 years, the pits have claimed many victims: saber tooth tigers, imperial mammoths, dire wolves, and La Brea Woman, who was pulled from the tar in 1914. She lived 9,000 years ago—the oldest known Californian,…

Shanidar 3 50,000 B.C.

In the Zagros Mountains of Northern Iraq, archaeologists unearthed a Neanderthal murder victim. The specimen, named “Shanidar 3,” was a 40–50 year old and died of a puncture wound to his ninth rib. After testing Paleolithic weapons on goat and pig carcasses, experts determined a lightweight throwing spear caused the damage. Neanderthals had long, heavy…

9 MYSTERIOUS PLACES THAT ARE STILL UNEXPLORED FRONTIERS

Travel took on a completely different meaning centuries ago. There were no planes, no cars and no GPS systems, and there was still the thrill and mystery of the unknown. Christopher Columbus could relate to this. Back in the 1400s he had what you would call “the travel itch.” He discovered continents and cities that…