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Elizabeth Báthory Killed 600 Young Maidens

  Countess Elizabeth Báthory de Ecsed  7 August 1560 – 21 August 1614) was a Hungarian noblewoman and alleged serial killer from the family of Báthory, who owned land in the Kingdom of Hungary (now Slovakia). Báthory and four of her servants were accused of torturing and killing hundreds of girls and women between 1590 and 1610. Her servants were ...

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Strange Ancient Discoveries For Which There Is No Explanation

  Puzzling ancient finds have a way of captivating the public, perhaps because it’s just too easy to dream up interesting explanations for how and why things exist. These archaeological discoveries have left people in awe — and left scientists scratching their heads — year after year.

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How Human Extinction Would Change The Earth

  If our species disappeared tomorrow, what would actually happen, and what kind of planet would we be leaving behind? We are living through the dawn of a new epoch in the Earth’s history – the Anthropocene. Humans have always shaped aspects of their environment, from fire to farming. But the influence of Homo sapiens on Earth has reached such ...

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The scariest cartoon characters of the 60s and 70s

  Children born in the sixties and seventies encountered a strange atmosphere in movies and series and were taught to follow different rules by scary characters. In some of the movies and series that were shown on television in these two decades, there were lasting characters who created terror in the hearts of the viewers with their scary appearance. Characters ...

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The story of Reza Khan and the thief’s shroud

  A shroud is a cloth that should be used to cover the body of a Muslim before burial. Takfin, or the shroud of a Muslim man or woman, is obligatory. The wife’s shroud is obligatory on the husband, but all the shrouds of other people are from the healthy property, and it is not obligatory on the one who ...

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