The Legend of La Llorona often referred to as the ‘Weeping Woman’ or as ‘The Wailer’, is an ancient Mexican legend that has its root in Mexican and Mayan pre-Hispanic origins.
Troops used acoustic mirrors made of concrete and similar listening devices to detect enemy aircraft. The Pre-Radar Listener Job: Old Forgotten Jobs of History was an extremely innovative invention.
‘El Arropiero’: The Vagabond of Death is said to have carried out 48 murders across Italy, France and Spain between 1964 and 1971. This psychopath holds the sad record of being the ‘greatest serial killer’ in Spanish history.
a lot of fascinating new devices were introduced in the area of medicine. These new devices produced electric discharges and were supposed to cure everything from liver disease to hernias.
One of those devices was The Electropathic Sex Belt
Located in the state of New York is the waterfall Eternal Flame Falls, more exactly in Chestnut Ridge Park, in Erie County. Although located inside the park’s boundaries, Eternal Flame Falls is located at the edges, far away from crowds, and is more directly accessible via the trailhead located at the southern edge of Chestnut Ridge Park.
The United States of America installed several military bases in Greenland. One of those bases was Camp Century, the other was the Thule Air Base where the Thule Bomb Accident of 1968 took place
Mortsafe became popular in the 18th and 19th century Britain to protect graves from body snatchers
While currently it is not known when the first wheel was invented, we have archaeological evidence of the oldest wheel to date ever found, known as the Ljubljana Marshes Wheel.
The Oldest Wheel In The World is More Than 5,000 Years-Old
Simo Häyhä was a Finnish shepherd, and one of the deadliest elite snipers in history, if not the deadliest one. With a tally of 542 soldiers wounded, and from those, at least 259 deadly casualties, he was nicknamed “The White Death” by his enemies.
The Al Naslaa rock formation is located in the Tayma Oasis of Saudi Arabia – home of the oldest human settlements. It was discovered in 1883 by Charles Huvor, and ever since, this particular rock formation has fuelled debate among academics, alternative researchers and tourists.