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Book Told Of The Titanic’s Sinking — 14 Years Before It Happened
Fourteen years before the fateful maiden voyage of the Titanic, a small town writer predicted the whole thing.
Lenin Died In 1924, But His Corpse Has Been Perfectly Preserved Ever Since
The top-secret procedure that's keeping this body so well preserved remains shrouded in mystery to this day.
How Four Auschwitz Prisoners Escaped — By Driving Right Out The Front Gate
The daring and heroic escape would be the catalyst for the infamous Auschwitz prison tattoos.
Meet Ekaterina Lisina, The Woman With The Longest Legs In The World
Along with her record for longest legs, Lisina will be included again in the 2018 Guinness Book of World Records as the world's tallest model.
Voyager 1 Has Officially Spent 40 Years In Space, And It’s Really, Really, Really Far Away
The lead scientists of Voyager said, "This is an unparalleled journey, and we're still in the process of discovering what's out there."
Inside Earth’s Largest Cave, In 20 Awe-Inspiring Images
Its entryway cavern alone could fit an entire New York City block, skyscrapers and all.
Atlantis-Like City Discovered Off Tunisian Coast
The ancient city of Neopolis was a major Roman port on the coast of Tunisia that was submerged by a tsunami on July 21, 365 AD.
For The First Time Ever, Photos Capture Wild Lioness Nursing Orphaned Baby Leopard
Female lions are normally quick to murder leopard cubs. But new photos from Tanzania show one mother helping out a three-week-old orphan.
Artist Uses 100,000 Books To Make Full-Scale Parthenon Where Nazis Burned Them
In 1933, Nazis burned 2,000 books they found "subversive." A conceptual artist has just built a Parthenon of banned books where the burning took place.
Man Casually Mows His Lawn While Huge Tornado Looms Nearby
Despite the pleas of his daughter, Canadian Theunis Wessels continued his lawn mowing for the duration of the tornado.
Humongous, 700-Pound Emerald Found In Brazilian Mine
The four-foot emerald, one of the rarest stones on Earth, has been sold to a local miner for an unknown amount.