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    Who Killed Mary Pinchot Meyer?

    JFK had a thing for blondes. Everyone knows about his affair with Marilyn Monroe; yet not as many know about Mary Pinchot Meyer, another beautiful, curvy blonde who gave JFK pause. Like Monroe, Meyer too died young, murdered on a towpath in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. in broad daylight on October 12m 1964. More than 50 […]

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    The History Of This Philadelphia Asylum Will Keep You Up At Night

    In the long history of abuses committed against patients in state run mental facilities, Byberry in Philadelphia might be the worst in existence. Source:YouTube The allegations against the staff at Byberry ran the entire gauntlet of atrocities: assault, murder, sexual assault, illegal experimentation and terrible conditions overall. Murder In 1919, two orderlies killed a patient […]

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    For 20 Years The French Have Been Building A Medieval Castle Using Medieval Techniques, And The Result Is Incredible

    If you’re fascinated with the middle ages, you don’t need a time machine to visit the period. Guedelon Castle in Burgundy, France is a unique project where volunteers and researchers are constructing an authentic 13th century castle, using only techniques and materials that were available at the time. Michel Guyot and Maryline Martin started Guedelon […]

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    5 Sunken Ships That Are More Interesting Than The Titanic

    For a significant chunk of human history, maritime domination was of utmost concern for the world’s leading powers. As the saying went, he who ruled the seas ruled the world. Given the constraints of existing technology, water was really the only viable method of covering long distances from one continent to another. Obviously, this led […]

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    New Discoveries Shed Light On Lost Kingdom Of The Dark Ages

    DGNHAS/GUARD ARCHAEOLOGY LTD Researchers have finally shed some new light on a lost kingdom of the Dark Ages. Archaeologists have discovered evidence that the royal seat of the sixth-century kingdom of Rheged may have been in Galloway, Southern Scotland rather than Cumbria, Northwest England. Ronan Toolis, who led the excavation works at Trusty’s Hill Fort […]

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    Photo Of The Day: The Russian Doctor Who Performed Emergency Surgery On Himself

    Russian doctor Leonid Rogozov performs surgery on his own appendix. Image Source: History Daily Humans seem to have an innate ability to stay alive against incredible odds. History is filled with unbelievably true survival stories involving shipwrecks, cannibals, bear attacks and more (see below) — yet few survival stories match that of Leonid Rogozov, the […]