Cake to celebrate the success of the atomic testing program, 1946. You cannot make this stuff up.

Cake to celebrate the success of the atomic testing program, 1946. You cannot make this stuff up.

A far-out Neptune-like planet was announced not even two weeks after his death. Coincidence?

A far-out Neptune-like planet was announced not even two weeks after his death. Coincidence?

The Euthanasia Coaster | 21 Wikipedia Pages That Will Make It Impossible For You To Sleep

21 Wikipedia Pages That Will Make It Impossible For You To Sleep

The Euthanasia Coaster | 21 Wikipedia Pages That Will Make It Impossible For You To Sleep

Premature Burial | 21 Wikipedia Pages That Will Make It Impossible For You To Sleep

21 Wikipedia Pages That Will Make It Impossible For You To Sleep

Premature Burial | 21 Wikipedia Pages That Will Make It Impossible For You To Sleep

Rat King | 21 Wikipedia Pages That Will Make It Impossible For You To Sleep

21 Wikipedia Pages That Will Make It Impossible For You To Sleep

Rat King | 21 Wikipedia Pages That Will Make It Impossible For You To Sleep

6 Creepy Places Where Dead Bodies Just Lay Out in the Open | Cracked.com

6 Creepy Places Where Dead Bodies Just Lay Out in the Open | Cracked.com

Tibetan Sky Burial. A corpse is sliced up, usually atop a mountain, and left for the birds. Tibetans call the practice jhator, which means giving alms to the birds. And also legs, torsos and heads as well.The bodies, wrapped in white cloth, are bought to the burial site, where the monks have enticed vultures and other airborne scavengers. Monks unwrap the bodies, a process that probably isn't all that pleaspleasant considering they've been left alone for three days (per Tibetan custom).

Tibetan Sky Burial. A corpse is sliced up, usually atop a mountain, and left for the birds. Tibetans call the practice jhator, which means giving alms to the birds. And also legs, torsos and heads as well.The bodies, wrapped in white cloth, are bought to the burial site, where the monks have enticed vultures and other airborne scavengers. Monks unwrap the bodies, a process that probably isn't all that pleaspleasant considering they've been left alone for three days (per Tibetan custom).

"The Three Ages of Man and Death" by Hans Baldung

"The Three Ages of Man and Death" by Hans Baldung

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