Real yearbook photo. Look under the tree. A 9 foot tall man with no face and strange tentacle like arms. All the children in the photo want missing soon after....

Real yearbook photo. Look under the tree. A 9 foot tall man with no face and strange tentacle like arms. All the children in the photo want missing soon after....

Early French explorers originally dubbed it Massacre Island for the mounds of sun-bleached bones that they found there. What they didn't realize was that they had disturbed a sacred Native American burial ground that is rumored to be watched over by supernatural specters at night.  Since that "spirited" beginning, the whispers and shadowy folklore surrounding Dauphin Island, Alabama

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Early French explorers originally dubbed it Massacre Island for the mounds of sun-bleached bones that they found there. What they didn't realize was that they had disturbed a sacred Native American burial ground that is rumored to be watched over by supernatural specters at night. Since that "spirited" beginning, the whispers and shadowy folklore surrounding Dauphin Island, Alabama

Paranormal beliefs are common among Americans, according to recent polls. Today's GoFigure infographic breaks down the stats.

Americans' Beliefs in Paranormal Phenomena (Infographic)

Paranormal beliefs are common among Americans, according to recent polls. Today's GoFigure infographic breaks down the stats.

St. Januarius (martyred saint) was tortured & beheaded in 305 AD. His body was moved in 10th century to Beneventum, while his head remained in Naples. Later his body was discovered in the Abbey of Montevergine in 1480. He is famous for the reputed miracle of the annual liquefaction of his blood, first reported in 1389. When these capsules are brought into the vicinity of his body, 3 times a year, the dried up blood liquifies. Attempts to explain this goes unanswered even unto this day.

St. Januarius (martyred saint) was tortured & beheaded in 305 AD. His body was moved in 10th century to Beneventum, while his head remained in Naples. Later his body was discovered in the Abbey of Montevergine in 1480. He is famous for the reputed miracle of the annual liquefaction of his blood, first reported in 1389. When these capsules are brought into the vicinity of his body, 3 times a year, the dried up blood liquifies. Attempts to explain this goes unanswered even unto this day.

Haunted Hermit's Cell  On a sandstone knoll overlooking Chester's river Dee close to the city walls is the curious Anchorite's Cell. Originally occupied by a hermit monk, the unique medieval cell is home to a powerful, mischievous spirit that springs to life at Halloween.  Legend says the cell was the final home of the Saxon King Harold after he escaped alive from the battle of Hastings...

Haunted Hermit's Cell On a sandstone knoll overlooking Chester's river Dee close to the city walls is the curious Anchorite's Cell. Originally occupied by a hermit monk, the unique medieval cell is home to a powerful, mischievous spirit that springs to life at Halloween. Legend says the cell was the final home of the Saxon King Harold after he escaped alive from the battle of Hastings...

Lina Medina – youngest mother in medical history (5yrs 7 mo. 21 days).  Lina medina with her doctor.  ONCE AGAIN, HUMAN BEINGS SUCK - THIS BABY DIDN'T GET PREGNANT BY HERSELF OBVIOUSLY - and a hormone condition made it possible - start of menses at 8 months.  omg.

Lina Medina – youngest mother in medical history (5yrs 7 mo. 21 days). Lina medina with her doctor. ONCE AGAIN, HUMAN BEINGS SUCK - THIS BABY DIDN'T GET PREGNANT BY HERSELF OBVIOUSLY - and a hormone condition made it possible - start of menses at 8 months. omg.

Plantation Life in the 1800s | You are here: Home » Blog » Fare of Slaves on Plantations in 1850

Plantation Life in the 1800s | You are here: Home » Blog » Fare of Slaves on Plantations in 1850

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