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1. Despite being built in 280 BCE, the Colossus of Rhodes was approximately as tall as the Statue of Liberty.
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1. Toasters cause nearly 800 deaths annually due to electrocution and fires.
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Insane children were an epidemic in the 1920s. Of course, any type of poor behavior or emotional outbursts were considered signs of insanity back then....
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1. In 289 B.C., Agathocles, a Greek tyrant of Syracuse, was murdered by a poisoned toothpick.
Photos only provide a single frame in the timeline of someone's life. A lot of pictures are intentionally shot creepy by the photographer. But really makes a photo creepy? Is it the photo itself or the bizarre story behind the photos? Today let's unravel 10 photos that look totally normal at first glance, but the story behind them is what will make your hair stand on end.
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Jack the Ripper was a notorious serial killer in Whitechapel London in 1888. His Conical Five as they are called his victims were massacred and mutilated.
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“The police discovered surveillance footage of a suspect dressed in tactical gear [SWAT]. This person was dressed to the nine, from the vest, pants, boots and even a helmet, along with a hamm…
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1. In 2008, a woman named Judy Kay Zagorski was killed when a 75-pound (34 kg) spotted eagle ray leapt out of the water and knocked her over. The ray also died.
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