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10 Moments In American History, As Seen From The Other Side

[ad_1] There are two sides to every story. The version of history we hear is the one told by the country that comes out on top, and these days, American


10 Mind-Bending UFO Encounters From South Africa

[ad_1] While South Africa undoubtedly has a long, rich, and intriguing history, it also has an equally rich collection of UFO and alien encounters that

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Top 10 Most Shocking Conspiracies That Ended Up Being True

[ad_1] We’ve all heard about those wacko conspiracy theories that go around, spread through a never-ending web of rumors and gossip. No one really trusts


10 Everyday People Who Made Their Fortunes From Trash

[ad_1] The average person throws away about 3 kilograms (7 lb) of trash a day. While most of us moan and groan about taking out the garbage on Tuesday


10 Predictions From ‘The Simpsons’ That Weren’t Predictions At All

[ad_1] There are many reasons why The Simpsons is rightly considered one of the greatest sitcoms (and one of the greatest TV shows period) of all time. It


10 Facts About SpaceX And How It Is Revolutionizing Space Travel

[ad_1] The brainchild of entrepreneur and futurist Elon Musk, SpaceX was founded in 2002 as an attempt to rekindle public interest in space exploration and


10 Famous People Who Are Nothing Like You Imagined In Real Life

[ad_1] They say you should never meet your heroes. They’re probably right. We all have ways we like to imagine the people we admire, especially the famous


10 Terrifying Tales Of When Squirrels Attack

[ad_1] With those big eyes and fluffy tails, it’s easy to forget that squirrels are part of the rodent family. Some people even wish they could have them


10 Terrible Fates Experienced By Blow-Up Dolls

[ad_1] In 2016, the University of Duisburg-Essen reported that more than 40 percent of the 263 heterosexual men who were surveyed could see themselves


10 Bizarre Secrets Behind America’s National Treasures

[ad_1] Growing up in the United States, you learn about all the big, quintessentially “American” sites and structures from a very early age. You’re told