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    Crazy, Interesting, and Weird...

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    Rob Jones - Anatomical Heart, 2007 A human heart stripped of all fat and muscle, leaving just the angel veins exposed. The blood is replaced by a plastic substance, filling all of the veins, capillaries, etc. The heart is then put into a solution that dissolves all the remaining tissue, leaving this incredible detail behind.

    Where troubles melt like lemon drops

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    Bonnie and Clyde's car after they were killed. May 23,1934.

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    The family of a war hero only discovered the full weight of his bravery after his death when his cremation left behind a huge pile of shrapnel. The bag contained a whopping 6oz of bomb shrapnel, roughly two handfuls, that Mr Brown had been carrying around for 60 years

    Weighty memento: war veteran's secret revealed after his death

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    These two men had the same name, were sentenced to the same prison and looked like twins. However, they were not related but are the reason that fingerprints are now used when fighting crime.

    Spot the difference? The strange case of the criminal doppelgängers that sparked the need for fingerprinting

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    The Face Of History :: Ralph Lincoln, an 11th generation Lincoln.

    The Face Of History

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    "This guy is a truck driver, 69 years old, who's been exposed to 25 years of direct sunlight thanks to his job--but only on the left side of his face. So we get a first-hand view at how much more aged human skin looks when bombarded with sunlight over the years."

    Images of the Week, May 28-June 1, 2012

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    Ads from the 50's: Soup on the rocks. Cool off with Campbell's Beef Broth, straight from the can, onto the ice, dash of Worchestershire, the you can add 'your own thing'. (meaning alcohol of choice) 1951

    “Mad Men” Era Advertisements

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    Entire Alphabet Found on the Wing Patterns of Butterflies

    Entire Alphabet Found on the Wing Patterns of Butterflies

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    A Mexican Bridal Shop Mannequin Looks Just Like A Preserved Human Corpse where is the spider bite

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    If this is in fact true, then this is one of the most touching accounts of love for others I have read.

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    Some facts about the 1500s: Most people got married in June because they took their yearly bath in May, and they still smelled pretty good by June. However, since they were starting to smell, brides carried a bouquet of flowers to hide the body odor. Hence the custom today of carrying a bouquet when getting married.

    1500′s Fun Facts & Popular Sayings

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    A woman and her grandmother both at age 20.

    13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol.XX)

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    Portraits - Klara Behrens, age 83 - Life Before Death - These photos of people before and after death are strangely fascinating. Very sad, yet beautiful...and gives so much food for thought. www.wellcomecolle...

    Portraits - Klara Behrens, age 83 - Wellcome Collection

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    Washington State ... There's a mystery soda machine here that is somehow always filled, but no one knows by whom. According to legend, nobody knows who stocks or owns the "Mystery Coke Machine" in Seattle, but it never runs out of soda. The machine appears to be from the 1970s and features a "Mystery Button" that, when chosen, spits out a random soda that isn't one of the other choices.

    Here's The Weirdest Thing You Didn't Know About Your Home State

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    Max Factor takes measurements of the actress Marjorie Reynolds' head and face with his 'Beauty Micrometer,' a device he developed to aid makeup artists, 1934. (Keystone-France/Getty Images)

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    Photograph of a preserved circular loaf of bread discovered at Pompeii. That's pretty cool!

    Preserved loaf of bread discovered at Pompeii

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    The effects of radiation

    The effects of radiation…

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    The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks: A poor black tobacco farmer whose cells—taken without her knowledge in 1951, now called HeLa cells—became one of the most important tools in medicine. Her cells never died and became vital for developing the polio vaccine, gene mapping, cancer research, in vitro fertilization, cloning, and more. Around 20 tons of Henrietta’s cells have been grown to date.

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    19th century coal miners would traditionally take canarys in cages down into the mine with them. The birds would act as an early warning system for carbon monoxide gas. When the canary stopped singing the miner would know that he had to escape the chamber he was in. This particular yellow canary was obviously a favoured pet as well as a working bird. Inscribed with the legend : ‘In Memory of Little Joe. Died November 3rd 1875. Aged 3 Years

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    On the island of Sulawesi, in Indonesia, newborn infants who die are buried in the trunks of giant trees. The people there believe that the child’s soul will rise up into the heavens through the tree.

    August | 2008 | Paul's Travel Blog

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    Woodland Cemetery (Ohio) remembers Johnny Morehouse and his dog - Legend has it that Johnny fell into the Miami & Erie Canal. His faithful dog tried to pull him out, but it was too late - the little boy froze to death. After he was buried, Johnny's dog laid on his grave and wouldn't move. In time, the dog died of starvation and a broken heart. In 1861, a special stone was made with a statue of Johnny and his dog.

    Woodland Cemetery

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    Just a little snippet of history. Wow, the more ya know!

    Sky launches MGM HD - Pocket-lint

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    L’Inconnue de la Seine -death mask taken of teenage girl’s body found in the Seine river, Paris in 1870’s. Assumed she committed suicide. Coroner found her so beautiful, he took a cast of her peaceful face. Copies were made, displayed as artwork in homes throughout Europe, her image inspired poems, stories, songs. Modern CPR dummies are modeled after her image.

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    50 Unexplainable Black & White Photos

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    Really interesting- one face photoshopped 26 times to show different countries' beauty standards

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