I’m Not Sure What’s Going On Here But It Seems Like A Tremendous Waste Of Water

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In 1957, the East German Trabant car was first introduced to the public. It was lightweight and made mostly of plastic. The leaders of East Germany envisioned it as communism’s answer to the VW Bug. Sadly, it was a colossal failure in terms of performance and safety. Still, it managed to survive the Cold War […]

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‘The Midnight Game’ May Be The Most Terrifying Pagan Ritual You Can Attempt

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The Midnight Game is, supposedly, a pagan ritual that was used as a punishment throughout history. Even if you’re not a believer and are just curious about the occult, The Midnight Game is fascinating. After conducting the ritual, many have claimed to be mentally scarred, terrified…and there are some claims that this even causes death. […]

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10 Seemingly Normal Locations That Are Hiding Bizarre, Horrifying Secrets

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Just because a place looks normal on the outside doesn’t mean that it’s not hiding its fair share of secrets. Take these 10 locations, for example. Although they seem pretty standard upon first glance, their respective histories are tainted by tragedy and darkness. From museums to public parks, here are some of the most unexpectedly […]

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What This Guy Has In His Yard Is Intensely Disturbing…Is That Even Legal?

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What would you do if you found out that the cemetery where your great-grandmother was buried was closing down? I know it sounds like a weird scenario, but cemeteries can close down under certain circumstances. That’s the exact situation that YouTuber DJDeafJoey found himself in back in 2008. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DCBP_ATF’); }); His great-grandmother died […]

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What Just Happened In This New York Canal Is Seriously Crazy

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On Monday, November 14, passersby were greeted with an alarming sight at the Shinnecock Canal in Hampton Bays, New York. The water was filled with thousands of bunker fish, which were squeezed together as tightly as sardines in a can. Unfortunately for the fish, this meant that they would run out of oxygen and die. […]

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