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Dead people grow no huge claws and no long hair as they lie still in their graves

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Ever heard scary stories about dead people who still had their hair and nails growing even several days after death? People say that they allegedly saw dead bodies moving right in their coffins or even disappearing from their graves which was mysteriously revealed when it was required to exhume them. Doctors insist that all observations of the type are illusory.


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People communicate with ghosts during sleep

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Most ghosts are spirits. Our Spirit is that nonphysical part of us. We have two parts to us, the physical and the nonphysical. We see the physical part of ourselves through our eyes. We see the physical universe through our eyes as well.


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Roswell officer's amazing deathbed admission raises possibility that aliens DID visit

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By NICK POPE

Exactly 60 years ago, a light aircraft was flying over the Cascade Mountains in Washington State, at a height of around 10,000ft.


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Million-year-old human tooth is found

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By Jonathan Owen in London and Elizabeth Nash in Madrid

Scientists in Spain were yesterday celebrating the discovery of a tooth from a distant human ancestor more than one million years old - the oldest human fossil found in western Europe


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Orpheus Tomb Discovered?

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Olga Yoncheva

Orpheus sanctuary in Rhodope mountains is with thousand years older than the Egyptian pyramids.


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9,000-Year-Old Beer Tastes Great

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By Liu Enming

A Delaware brewery known for its specialty beers has created a new one based on a 9,000-year-old recipe. VOA's Liu Enming recently traveled to Dogfish Head Craft Brewery to taste Chateau Jiahu beer.


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Ancient mystery resolved: The final resting place of Hatshepsut

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REPORTERS from the world's media crammed into the entrance of the Egyptian Museum yesterday during a press conference called to announce the unravelling of one of the great mysteries of Egyptology -- the final resting place of Hatshepsut, ancient Egypt's most celebrated female ruler.


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Of bricks and boats

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An intact tomb brimming with fine funerary pieces has been accidentally discovered at Deir Al-Barsha in Upper Egypt, reports Nevine El-Aref


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Meaning of Serpent Mound still a puzzle

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By Bradley T. Lepper

Serpent Mound is perhaps the most recognizable icon of ancient America. The gigantic earthen serpent, eternally frozen as it uncoils, extends more than 1,300 feet along a bluff in northern Adams County.


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Archaeologists rescue clues to ancient kingdom from the rising Nile

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Damming in Sudan threatens remains of first sub-Saharan state

Archaeologists from the University of Chicago have discovered a gold processing center along the middle Nile, an installation that produced the precious metal sometime between 2000 and 1500 B.C. The center, along with a cemetery they discovered, documents extensive control by the first sub-Saharan kingdom, the kingdom of Kush.


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About 20 werewolves wander around the world nowadays

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Werewolf Syndrome or Congenital Generalized Hypertichosis is an extremely rare genetic disorder, causing hair follicles to work overtime!


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Clues in the legend (or is it fact?) of Romulus

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By John Noble Wilford

The story of Romulus and Remus is almost as old as Rome. The orphan twins were suckled by a she-wolf in a cave on the banks of the Tiber, and Romulus grew up to found Rome in 753 B.C.


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Queen for a day

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Nevine El-Aref attempts to unravel the identity of Hatshepsut

Though not the only female ruler of Egypt, Queen Hatshepsut (1473-1458 BC), which means "united with Amun in front of the nobles", is one of the best known.


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Lascaux on the Nile

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Palaeolithic rock art depicting animal illustrations similar to those found in the Lascaux caves in France have been discovered in the Upper Egyptian town of Kom Ombo, reports Nevine El-Aref


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Blue people inhabited Kentucky in 1950s

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Six generations after a French orphan named Martin Fugate settled on the banks of eastern Kentucky's Troublesome Creek with his redheaded American bride, his great-great-great great grandson was born in a modern hospital not far from where the creek still runs.


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Oceans are back on Mars

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They might have been cradles of Martian life

By William J. Cromie


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Numerous attempts to eradicate prostitution ended invariably in failure

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Prostitution as an occupation has existed from time immemorial. Still, the issue of prostitution worries lots of our compatriots. Some of them commit themselves to fighting the social evil by means of legislation, works of art, or “street-smart” propaganda.


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82,000 year old jewellery found

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By Fran Bardsley

Archaeologists from Oxford have discovered what are thought to be the oldest examples of human decorations in the world.


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Kanawha Madonna shrouded in mystery

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by Brad McElhinny

A historical mystery is in a corner of the ground floor of the state Cultural Center.
It's a short, carved figure that appears to be holding the wooden form of an animal. For company, the figure has next to it a framed portrait of Peter Van Winkle, one of the framers of the West Virginia constitution. Who knows what they talk about.


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Trip proposed to centre of Earth via Arctic hole

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HOLLOW PLANET THEORY; U.S. scientist, believers to sail on icebreaker

Richard Foot

A U.S. scientist and a small band of believers are planning a journey to the Canadian Arctic for what they call "the greatest geological expedition in history."


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A search for the lost city

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An all-inclusive field school supported by the American Research Center in Egypt with a USAID grant is heralding a new age for Egyptology and other disciplines


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Beyond the alphabet

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There is white, there is black, and then there is Rasheed Quraishi, writes Rania Khallaf

What could unite Arabs, spiritually, more than the calligraphic tradition? Well, the Algeria-born Rasheed Quraishi brought a magnificent example of its contemporary application to downtown Cairo last week.


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Remnants of Ancient City on Malabar Coast Found

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The Kerala Council for Historical Research (KCHR) exhibited here the precious findings of its two-month long excavations that unearthed remnants of Muziris, the legendary port city mentioned in ancient texts that was once the center of spice trade on the Malabar coast that attracted the Romans, Arabs and the Chinese as early as 200 BC.


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Meet Ohio's flint stones, a gem right out of history

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By John Switzer

Ohio has two major sources for the flint that ancient Americans used to make their tools and weapons.


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Tomb Raiders Threaten Mayan City's History

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by John Burnett

At the famed Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, you can sit in the cafe, have a slice of basil pesto quiche, and gaze up at stunning evidence of the looting of the ancient world.


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Sacred site for sale

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by: Stephanie Woodard

2,000-year-old hallowed ground to be auctioned off June 14

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio - Time is running out for one of ancient Native America's most untouched and unusual sacred places. On June 14, Spruce Hill Works, a vast 2,000-year-old hilltop earthworks enclosure, goes on the auction block.


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Modern techniques seek some secrets from ancient Irish manuscript

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By Eamon Quinn

DUBLIN: For a manuscript written 1,200 years ago and revered as a wonder of the Western world practically ever since, little is known about the Book of Kells and its splendidly illustrated Gospels in Latin. But the book may be about to surrender a few of its many secrets.


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Archaeologists hit upon 'gold mine' of relics at Hadonahalli

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Shimoga;The State Department of Archaeology and Museums has sought the permission of the State Government to take up extensive excavation at a proto-historic site at Hadonahalli in Shimoga taluk on the banks of the Tungabhadra.


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Low Lake Okeechobee water uncovers ancient site

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BY KELLY WOLFE

The lake kept its secret as long as the rain fell.

The remains rested in the soft, black muck for hundreds of years -- buried beneath the water of Lake Okeechobee.


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Discovery of the First Old-Persian-Inscription among the Persepolis' Fortification-Tablets

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Researchers at Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago for the first time have identified an Old-Persian (Aryan) inscription among the loaned Achaemenid-clay tablets, announced Abdolmajid Arfaee, an Iranian Archaeologist with ICHT .


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Ancient Artificial Eyeball Found in Burnt City Presented in Rome

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By Soudabeh Sadigh

During Iran's cultural exhibition in Italy, entitled Beauties of Iran, the magnificent artificial eyeball belonging to 4800 years ago discovered in prehistoric site of Burnt City (Shahr-e Soukhteh), was introduced.


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Nazi Germany achieved its technological advantage with aliens' help

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Adolf Hitler and other Nazi bonzes heeded predictions of pagan priests and astrologists. But little is known about the interest of the Third Reich in aliens. Ufologists in the West think that the issue was purposefully kept secret because a great share of the classified army and technology heritage of Nazis had been seized by countries of the anti-Hitler coalition.


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The Surprising Realities of Mythical Creatures

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By Ker Than

While sailing the ocean near Haiti, Christopher Columbus in 1493 reported seeing three mermaids from a distance. The Genoese explorer was not impressed.


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The Battle of Los Angeles

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C. Scott Littleton

As 1942 dawned, the war news continued to be bad. We were retreating in the Philippines; the British were retreating in North Africa; and although the Russians had held before Moscow and Leningrad, their chances looked slim.


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New Clovis-Age Comet Impact Theory

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Two University of Oregon researchers are on a multi-institutional 26-member team proposing a startling new theory: that an extraterrestrial impact, possibly a comet, set off a 1,000-year-long cold spell and wiped out or fragmented the prehistoric Clovis culture and a variety of animal genera across North America almost 13,000 years ago.


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Army Corps of Engineers Makes Important Archaeological Find

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BY Pat Richardson, Army Corps of Engineers'

Contrary to popular view, Inupiat Eskimos may have lived on the Snake River Sandspit in Nome, Alaska, long before the late 1800s Gold Rush brought thousands of people to the area. New evidence of early Native culture was recently uncovered by Alaska District.


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Ice Age blast 'ravaged America'

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A controversial new idea suggests that a large space rock exploded over North America 13,000 years ago.

The blast may have wiped out one of America's first Stone Age cultures as well as the continent's big mammals such as the mammoth and the mastodon.


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Alexander's lost tomb

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The epic exploits of Alexander the Great have been memorialised in fiction, films and biographies. His military genius and colourful personality, not to mention his unexplained death and multiple burials, have long held fascination.


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Diamonds tell tale of comet that killed off the cavemen

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Fireballs set half the planet ablaze, wiping out the mammoth and America's Stone Age hunters

Robin McKie


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Evidence of epic, ancient drought grim news for West

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PHOENIX – University of Arizona researchers have found evidence of a medieval drought along the Colorado River.


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WHEN THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS SOARED

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By Ahmed Maged

Ancient Egyptians must have been familiar with aviation. They could manufacture types of airplanes to get aerial views of some important locations in Egypt; a technology that helped them secure their builders lots of essential materials, opined an Egyptologist Basam Al Shammaa.


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Ancient Wooden Anchor Discovered

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The world's oldest wooden anchor was discovered during excavations in the Turkish port city of Urla, the ancient site of Liman Tepe / the Greek 1st Millennium BCE colony of Klazomenai, by researchers from the Leon Recanati Institute for Maritime Studies of the University of Haifa. The anchor, from the end of the 7th century BC, was found near a submerged construction, imbedded approximately.1.5 meters underground.


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Australia was colonized 50,000 years ago

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Don't tell this story to Pat Robertson, He might puke up his age defying, lying pancakes...
He thinks it all started 6,000 years ago and was completed in 6 days.

By Constance Holden

Australia has always been a remote place, and getting there today is no easy task. Fifty thousand years ago, the trek was even trickier:


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Perfect 29 mln-year-old fossilised skull unearthed in Egypt

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The second and almost perfect 29 million-year-old fossilised skull of an ancient relative of humans, apes and monkeys has been unearthed in Egypt, media reported Tuesday.


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Ancient Egyptian medical papyri were written before the birth of Hippocrates

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Researchers at the University of Manchester have uncovered new evidence which firmly places the origins of modern medicine in ancient Egypt and not Greece.


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Ancient Romans built their towns based on astronomical grids

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Ancient Romans built their towns using astronomically aligned grids, a recently concluded Italian study has revealed.


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Roman settlement found next to 'devil's hill'

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By Roger Highfield

Evidence of a Roman sacred site has been discovered at the foot of a man-made hill created thousands of years before the Romans arrived in Britain, it was announced yesterday.


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Work begins to uncover secrets of Silbury Hill

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By Richard Savill

Work began yesterday to save an ancient landmark in Wiltshire from collapsing.

Silbury Hill, which at 130 feet high is the largest prehistoric man-made construction in Europe, continues to mystify archaeologists.


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Antikythera Mechanism the world's first computer

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Fragmentary Knowledge

Was the Antikythera Mechanism the world’s first computer?

by John Seabrook


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Prophet Jeremiah's Jewish History in Ireland to be Destroyed

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THE SITE of a massive ancient pagan temple unearthed at one of Europe's most archaeologically significant sites will be buried under a controversial motorway, campaigners warned last week.




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