The Lost Army of Cambyses

Cambyses II was the emperor of Persia (ruled 530–522 BCE) and successor to Cyrus the Great. Eager to emulate his father’s deeds of conques...
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The Drummer of Tedworth

The Drummer of Tedworth is a report of supernatural activity by Joseph Glanvill in the West Country of England, in his Saducismus Triumphatu...
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White River Monster

Of all the awesome and hideous mystery beasts in the world, nothing is loved by its neighbours quite as much as ‘Whitey’, the White River...
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Sinking of Lusitania

RMS Lusitania, 31,500 tons, was built by the Cunard Line in 1906. (The vessel was named for a province of the Roman Empire, a region rough...
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Fairies Sightings

Traditionally, the fairies are a race of beings who are the counterparts of humankind in physical appearance but, at the same time, are n...
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The Lost Village of Skara Brae The Lost Village of Skara Brae Reviewed by Tripzibit on 06:27 Rating: 5

Ruins of Chichén Itzá

The mysterious ruined Mayan City of Chichén Itzá has fascinated and intrigued archaeologists, explorers, and historians ever since it was fi...
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Galley Hill Skeleton

In 1888, workmen removing deposits at Galley Hill, near London, England, exposed a bed of chalk. The overlying layers of sand, loam, and gr...
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