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Old Salem Insane Asylum

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Progression Into Madness:

Legends of the Old Salem Insane Asylum

Dara Tucker


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Dolphins used to look like humans and lived in Atlantis

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It is thought that the ancestors of dolphins lived on land in a time long past. Once the ancestors of dolphins started living in water, they found out that the medium of water was hard to see through – an object 10-15 meters away is the farthest a dolphin’s eyes can see even if waters are crystal-clear, not to mention dark or murky waters.


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Jesus's 3 Children & Knights Templar Secrets

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Dan Brown's "The Da Vinci Code" created lot of interest and excitement in May 2006.

Well, I found a wonderful Video on YourTube and Live Video that has some explosive information. This video is already causing some excitment in some circuit.


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Bush Ancestors = First genocide of human beings occurred 30,000 years ago

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This planet faced a global catastrophe 30,000 years ago as a result of which mankind was destroyed by humans themselves. The phenomenon known today as genocide that began 30,000 years ago when homo sapiens came across a unique independent type of humans and destroyed them to seize more space on the planet.


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The Exodus and its Secrets

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By Melinda Pillsbury-Foster

Scientist discovers the origin of the Manna rained down on the Chosen People during the Exodus.


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Even Ancient Greeks and Romans Enjoyed Scary Stories

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Ghost stories and other tales of the supernatural have been part of folklore and literature for centuries, according to University of Massachusetts Amherst classics professor Debbie Felton, who collects and studies spooky tales from ancient Greece and Rome as well as more modern literary works.


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ROBIN HOOD'S PRISON? SHERIFF'S DUNGEON FOUND AT NOTTINGHAM GAOL

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New evidence has been discovered that the medieval caves under Nottingham’s Galleries of Justice museum were once used by the Sheriff of Nottingham as a prison.


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Religion and Nation and Khristian Lies

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by James Carroll

One of my proudest boasts as a schoolboy was an ability to both identify and spell what my teacher insisted was the English language’s longest word: antidisestablishmentarianism. I had, of course, no idea what it meant. Now I know that it defines the political third rail onto which John McCain threw himself when he recently said that the United States was established as a “Christian nation.”


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Mankind will never run out of oil

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The longstanding debate about petroleum origins can easily fall under the category of “great geological debates.”

Not unlike the Sumerians and Assyrians, the ancient Chinese and Greeks did not care much for an origin of petroleum in a time long past. They just drew crude oil from the wells, and used it as a fuel for illuminating their homes or in military purposes.


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Sputnik, 50 Years Later

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The Launch of Techno-Power

by Norman Solomon

A story could start almost anywhere. This one begins at a moment startled by a rocket.


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Even without math, ancients engineered sophisticated machines

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Classical texts reveal new insights into the history of catapults, balances

Move over, Archimedes. A researcher at Harvard University is finding that ancient Greek craftsmen were able to engineer sophisticated machines without necessarily understanding the mathematical theory behind their construction.


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Ancient rune stone found

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Archeologists were very pleasantly surprised to discover an unknown rune stone under the floor of Hauskjeen church in Rennesøy, Rogaland in western Norway.


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World's shortest war lasted for only 45 minutes

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Since Biblical times and before, man has been constantly fighting. It seems that never a year goes by without one war or another starting or finishing. Some of these wars take many years and have very high death tolls, but there have also been some extraordinarily short wars. The following is the list of world's shortest wars ever taken place.


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Aliens forced Americans out from the Moon

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One of Russia's central television channels, RTR, has recently aired a documentary about US astronauts who allegedly came across extraterrestrial civilizations. The film showed Russian ufologist Vladimir Azhazha and astronomer Yevgeny Arsyukhin telling that expeditions to the Moon launched within 1969-1972 allegedly came across UFOs.


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Ghosts among the guests at these hotels?

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By MARY ANN ANDERSON

Boo! Plenty of you enjoy ghoulishly good Halloween getaways and things that go bump in the night.


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Do you believe in ghosts?

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By Anna Maria Della Costa

Ghosts don't scare me.

Weird does.


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Restored Ohio prison and its 'ghosts' get into Halloween spirit

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By Betsa Marsh

A misty, full moon glowers over the stone turrets, a skirl of chainsaws and screams on the frosted air. A perfect night for fright.


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Giant bones

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challenged 18th-century intellectuals

By Dan Hurley

Today, the valley is dry, dusty and unremarkable, but 250 years ago it was one of the most fascinating spots ever discovered in the North America. From the very first time in 1739 that local Indians led a contingent of French explorers to the salt licks near the Ohio River in what is today Boone County, Ky., the spot raised intellectually troubling questions.


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The Road To Pieces

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By Dan Lieberman

Archaeologists and historians, have refuted biblical stories of the kingdoms of David and Solomon. The scarcity of pottery shards and artifacts from the tenth century before the Common Era demonstrate the area was sparsely inhabited during the periods of the supposed monarchies. No chronicles from the tenth century mention the Israel monarchs. No history confirms the David or Solomon Biblical narrative.


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Mummified mother kills her greedy daughter

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The dead body of a pensioner remained unburied in her daughter’s apartment for seven years. The secret was unveiled just when the callous daughter, named as Tamara, died of cardiac rupture in the same apartment where she was keeping the mummified body of her mother on the balcony


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Sending out an SOS

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A plea goes out to rescue Qasr Ibrim, the sole in situ archaeological site remaining among Nubian monuments. Nevine El-Aref reports


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There could have been two sphinxes

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By Ahmed Maged

A thorough analysis of Ancient Egyptian history and examination of archaeological evidence indicate that there were two sphinxes on the Pyramids Plateau, an Egyptian researcher argues.


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German scientist Von Braun was at Roswell during UFO crash

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by Clark C. McClelland
Former ScO, Space Shuttle Fleet, Kennedy Space Center, FL 1958-1992

In 1947, a controversial event took place in New Mexico near the town of Roswell. The "Roswell Incident," as it has come to be known, remains the paramount case in UFO crash/retrieval history. In addition to the claims of a downed alien ship, alien bodies were said to have been recovered from the debris.


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Social History of the Bra

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One hundred years ago, Vogue coined the term 'brassiere' and launched a billion-dollar industry that changed the way women dress for ever.

By John Walsh


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Lost city found at Stonehenge

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By Chris Hooper

A RENOWNED archaeologist, who shot to national prominence last year with his amazing discovery of Stonehenge's lost alter stone by a roadside in Berwick St James, now claims to have found the famed lost city of Apollo in the land around Stonehenge.


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Lesbian relationships originated in ancient Greece on Lesbos Island

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A seemingly strange anomaly of sexual activity originated about three thousand years ago in ancient Greece. It was thought that physical self-stimulation of one’s genitals and lesbian relationships were more ethical, more pleasurable and more esteemed than traditional sexual practices involving men and women. The ethical stance on the issue gave rise to sexual activities between men and lesbian relationships between women.


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Cross of Blood Alignment Sparks Fear of Horrific August Cataclysm

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By: Sorcha Faal

Though I rarely, if ever, publicly comment upon the research of our Sisters, I felt that a recent report by Sister Adriana-Maria from Belgium is worthy of your attention.


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The Empire And The Independent Island

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By Fidel Castro

The history of Cuba during the last 140 years is one of struggle to preserve national identity and independence, and the history of the evolution of the American empire, its constant craving to appropriate Cuba and of the horrendous methods that it uses today to hold on to world domination.


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Ancient Chinese Yin-Yang Fish Bowl Remains a Mystery

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By Xin Guo

Ancient Chinese science and technology were very advanced. The Ancient Chinese knew more about science and technology than any other culture. For instance, the yin-yang fish bowl that is part of the collection of the Hangzhou Museum in China's Zhejiang Province cannot be explained by modern science nor replicated by modern technology. It remains a mystery to the world.


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Mysterious saga of a 2,200-year-old lingam

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Uma Devarajan

The most ancient Shiva lingam known to mankind is standing at the crossroads. Sri Parasurameshwara temple, located in Gudimallam, a hamlet 13 km from Renigunta junction in Chittoor district in southern Andhra Pradesh, has a 2,200-year old history as the longest continuously worshipped Shiva temple in the world. Its fascinating past and equally gripping present have culminated in a classic confrontation between modern values and ancient traditions.


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Muslims and Jews

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Israel, America and the Muslim world: Eric Walberg takes a hard look at the reasons behind the crisis, arguing from the viewpoint of the history of religion, while Youssef Rakha plays the devil's -- Enlightenment -- advocate. They argue against contemporary Jews and Muslims, respectively, but end up reaching the same conclusion


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The tale of a city

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The discovery of the eastern fortress of the New Kingdom military town of Tharo in North Sinai charts the military quarters used by the ancient Egyptian to protect Egypt's northeast border, says Nevine El-Aref


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Mysterious mounds in Bulgaria

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Nothing but billions of corn and wheat stalks, as far as the passengers could discern as their bus jostled along the bumpy, pot-holed road somewhere between Shoumen and Silistra.


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400 Historical Sites Discovered within 7 Days in Mazandaran

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While only 7 days has passed since the 16 research teams have started their work in Mazandaran province, 400 historical sites have been identified in different parts of this northern Iranian province.


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Another human civilization may live inside Earth's hollows

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Since ancient times the exploration of the North was of immense interest to humans. It was an attraction for adventurers and researchers seeking mysterious land and unexplored islands there.


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The magic quill

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Yasmin Khan explores whether public attitudes towards religion can be swayed through a new exhibition at the British Library


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Borders and Warders

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by Zbignew Zingh

“The simple solution to our problems is to just not buy anything made in China,” asserted the very earnest union man in our discussion group. The goal, he announced, was to force big box retailers to buy only American made products and thereby save our jobs.


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Boston University scientists find underground lake in Darfur

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Boston University scientists discover the underground remnants of an ancient lake they hope may help efforts to restore peace in Sudan's arid Darfur region.


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The Jesus The Emperors Kidnapped

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By Jorge Majfud

Who will lend me a ladder
to climb up the timbering,
to remove the nails from
Jesus the Nazarene?

(Antonio Machado)


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The tribal streak

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At the Mena House, Pyramids, Youssef Rakha encounters a world apart


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70 years later, new search begins in Amelia Earhart mystery

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Undeterred by skeptics and hoping modern technology can help solve a 70-year-old mystery, a group of investigators embarks this week on a new attempt to discover whether famed aviator Amelia Earhart may have crash-landed and died as a castaway on a remote South Pacific island.


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The cosmos could simply be a leftover from a previous manifestation of existence

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Time Before Time

By Phil Berardelli

A cosmologist has created a mathematical model that he says shows space-time, contrary to common wisdom, did not begin with the Big Bang.


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Black history Rich in Culture

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Discoveries in Sudan reveal economic organization of an ancient African state-the kingdom of Kush


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Ethiopia unveils new find of ancient fossils

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Ethiopian scientists said on Tuesday they have discovered hominid fossil fragments dating from between 3.5 million and 3.8 million years ago in what could fill a crucial gap in the understanding of human evolution.


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30-meter high building within tomb of China's first emperor?

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Research discovered surrounding stair-like walls

Chinese archeologists recently announced that they have discovered a building buried within the 50-meter-high pyramid-like tomb of the first Qin Emperor.


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History of pornography: scandalous beginning and habitual reality

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It is highly likely that porn appeared on the early days of the human history. Researchers discovered rock paintings demonstrating coitus between ancient people together with petrogliphs showing hunting people. It is not clear if that was porn or not, but those drawings could not be considered erotic as they were done in a primitive and dirty manner. To tell the truth, little has considerably changed since that time, and people still can not tell the difference between pornography and erotica, to tell what is allowed for demonstration in public and what is not.


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History stands still in the seabed off Sri Lanka

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Janaka Perera

Shipwrecks: Most historians, educators and others now celebrating `Archaeological Week', seem to be exclusively preoccupied with the Sri Lanka's agro-based inland civilisation. But a deeper understanding of our society and the island's past is not possible without the knowledge of her maritime heritage.


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Scientists discuss new version of Tunguska meteorite mystery

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A blast over the taiga

A small comet or meteor is thought to have collided with the Earth’s atmosphere and exploded in the sky at about 7 a.m. local time on June 30, 1908. The impact took place at Tunguska in Central Siberia. The object is thought to have detonated some 5-10 kilometers above the ground. The blast felled millions of trees over an area of 2,200 square kilometers near the Tunguska River.


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DNA discovery reveals Greenland's warm past

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Alok Jha

Scientists have uncovered evidence that within the past million years southern Greenland was warmer than previously thought, and even covered in lush forests, a discovery suggesting its ice sheet could be more stable than previously thought against climate change temperature rises.


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The secrets of Easter Island

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The 900 Moai stones erected on a treeless island give the place its identity - and claim to be one of the new Seven Wonders of the World

Jane Chambers




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