A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos And Videos

March 13, 2017 | 3 Comments » | Topics: Interesting

This is Iraq. A father and daughter screaming in despair, while fleeing fighting in Mosul 


World’s Fattest Man after losing +700 lbs 


An Abbey Road Studios EMI TG12345 MK IV recording console used between 1971-1983, housed in Studio 2, the console which Pink Floyd used to record their landmark album, The Dark Side of the Moon.


The First Dinosaur Tail discovered is preserved in Amber, 99 Million Years Old and Covered in Feathers


This stretch of ancient road discovered south of Rome during excavation work for a new McDonald’s restaurant


Economy Family Type A-Bomb Shelter

Beverly Wysocki, top, and Marie Graskamp, at side, emerge from a new family-type bomb shelter on display in Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 12, 1958. The shelter can hold 8 to 12 persons and would be safe to within three quarters of a mile of ground zero if a 20 megaton nuclear bomb were to be dropped.


Homeowner turned his sprinklers on before leaving to escape a Kansas wildfire. He came home to this (photo by the Kansas Air National Guard)


Know what foods are safe for your dog


A Mexican Library 


Ballet Dancer Before Taking The Stage


A Soldier with his Wife


Construction of the 105-storey Ryugyong Hotel in Pyongyang, North Korea began in 1989. As of 2017, it has yet to open 


What syphilis was called before it was called syphilis


What the Museum of Natural History is hiding in its Basement


Neil Armstrong and his crew had to clear customs/immigration after returning from the moon. They declared moon rock and dust.=


Rabbit hole in Shropshire, England leads to 700 year old Knights Templar cave

Who are the Knights Templar?

The Knights Templar, also known as the Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon, were an order of Christian knights that was formed in approximately 1119 A.D., following the First Crusade. The stated responsibility of the Knights Templar was to protect Christian pilgrims who were traveling to Jerusalem. The Knights Templar were given the Temple Mount in Jerusalem as their headquarters, and there are many legends of the Templars excavating the many tunnels beneath the Temple Mount in search of biblical treasures and artifacts.

Primarily due to a financial dispute with King Philip IV of France, the Knights Templar were ordered to be disbanded by Pope Clement V. Many of the Knights Templar were arrested, tortured until they confessed to unimaginable crimes, and then burned at the stake as heretics. Some of the Knights Templar escaped the persecution and went into hiding. There are various traditions as to what happened to the surviving Knights Templar, with the most likely legend being that they eventually formed what is now known as the Freemasons


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  • The Voice of Reason

    Yeah huh I hate to burst your bubble but that cave was closed around 2011-2012 because people were using it as a dumping ground for all kinds of trash. God dam is there no journalist capable of carrying out research anymore??

    • bobcollum

      So it’s not there anymore, because of trash?

    • mez

      this is caveman circus….its a bunch of people copying and pasting….they are not journalists…..if you come here for your news…..i just dont know what to tell you