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The 5 Creepiest Unsolved Crimes Nobody Can Explain There are unsolved crimes, and then there are the kind of creepy, "What the hell could possibly be going on here" capers that keep the cops, and anyone who hears about them, up at night. Here are the real cases that almost fall into X-Files territory: The victim was found dead at 6:30 am, December 1, 1948, under a street lamp at Somerton Beach in Australia. And with that, we have exhausted everything we know about the man. It's the things we don't know that have been baffling authorities ever since.
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mental_floss Blog » 4 Bizarre Experiments That Should Never Be Repeated by Megan Wilde 1. The Real World: Mental Hospital Edition This is the true story of three schizophrenics, who all believed they were Jesus Christ.
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HistoryLesson Have a history teacher explain this if they can. Abraham Lincoln was elected to Congress in 1846. John F.
Learn about the New World Order's attempt to censor world history Learn about the New World Order's attempt to censor world history releasethebonds: A variety of books are being banned in schools and libraries across the US for being too political, having too much sex or being irreligious, and socially offensive. Many of the books have been considered classics.
Just six corporations own the vast majority of media outlets in the United States. Through years of relentless mergers, acquisitions and consolidations, a handful of corporations have been able to dominate most of what Americans read, see and hear on a daily basis. There is much debate on the legitimacy of the consolidation of media, with strong proponents and opponents bringing forth a wide variety of arguments. Regardless of your position on the viability of the concentration of media ownership into fewer and fewer hands, it is an irrefutable fact that over the past few decades the corporations controlling the preponderance of American media have lessened considerably. As of 2011, the largest media corporations in the United States in terms of revenue and profit are: General Electric, Walt Disney, News Corp., Time Warner, CBS and Viacom. If Everyone Knew | 5 facts that everyone should know.
The Parasitic Twin Eight-year-old Indian boy Deepak Kumar Paswaan was born with body parts of his twin attached to the chest. The phenomenon, also known as "conjoined twin syndrome" or "vanishing twin syndrome" occurs when twin fetuses don't completely separate in utero. One ceases to develop and becomes absorbed into the healthy fetus.
Exclusive: Inside the mad world of Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il With his flamboyant pompadour hairdo, sharp suits and stack heels, you can't exactly miss Kim Jong-il. So his absence from North Korea's birthday celebrations was never going to go unnoticed. The Dear Leader - as his downtrodden people call him, through gritted teeth - failed to turn up for this week's mass rallies in honour of the communist state's 60th anniversary. It sparked rumours that 5ft 3ins Kim, 67, was seriously ill and recovering from a stroke - reports that were swiftly denied by North Korean officials. And it fuelled speculation as to who would step into his specially-elevated shoes. Even more bizarrely, a professor at Tokyo's Waseda University reckons that Kim isn't just feeling a bit poorly - he's pushing up daisies.
History is loaded with power-hungry dickweeds who rule over their countries' fearful populations like the Predator in a laser tag match. Oftentimes these people are infamous not just for their cruelty, but also for their bafflingly insane and self-indulgent antics. Francois Duvalier -- President for Life of Haiti 7 Modern Dictators Way Crazier Than You Thought Possible