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29 Strange But True Facts They Didn't Teach You In High School (29 pics)

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When it comes to history there's a lot to learn. Unfortunately they only teach you the basics when you're in school. But you're in luck because today you're going to learn all about the fun stuff.

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№1 Author: LewisJones (14 Jul 2015 02:46) Total user comments: 2206


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#19, somebody dug a hole and placed it there? if so, they probably thought it was cursed or some similar crap....
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№2 Author: Bitofinger (14 Jul 2015 04:14) Total user comments: 579


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#10 - Retarded ass schatt...

From MentalFloss:

They say: Here is the story of a woman who was personally touched by nearly every national tragedy of the 20th century and beyond. The Titanic, the Hindenburg, Pearl Harbor, 9/11, and all points of sadness in between. Poor Anna Mae Dickinson.

The Truth: The only record of this article is from the New York Intelligencer, which doesn’t seem to exist. There was no one with the surname Dickinson listed as a passenger aboard the Titanic, nor was anyone named “Alfred” (Anna Mae’s tragic uncle) among the Hindenburg casualties, to debunk just two of the claims made in the original piece. As for the photo, that is real. It’s Grandma Moses, an American folk artist who did not start her career until very late in life. Her work was extremely popular in the 1950s.

Two types of people in this world: Idiots who post schatt like this; idiots who believe schatt like this.
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№3 Author: Ben2017 (14 Jul 2015 16:36) Total user comments: 2043


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this part of the interwebs is poisoned.
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№4 Author: alexacrow (14 Jul 2015 19:30) Total user comments: 1164


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I have visited the museum of the mummies, and yes, they are creepy as hell.

But I would go again.
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№5 Author: Phynix4 (14 Jul 2015 21:14) Total user comments: 5461


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moving on...
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№6 Author: alexname (15 Jul 2015 15:13) Total user comments: 0


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mushroom pic is fake too, google it if u interested
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№7 Author: Peet42 (16 Jul 2015 21:57) Total user comments: 0


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Quote: alexname
mushroom pic is fake too, google it if u interested


There is a giant mushroom colony in Oregon that is the largest organism on Earth, but it is not one single mushroom.
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№8 Author: maddermike (19 Jul 2015 14:12) Total user comments: 0


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Quote: Bitofinger
#10 - Retarded ass schatt...

From MentalFloss:

They say: Here is the story of a woman who was personally touched by nearly every national tragedy of the 20th century and beyond. The Titanic, the Hindenburg, Pearl Harbor, 9/11, and all points of sadness in between. Poor Anna Mae Dickinson.

The Truth: The only record of this article is from the New York Intelligencer, which doesn’t seem to exist. There was no one with the surname Dickinson listed as a passenger aboard the Titanic, nor was anyone named “Alfred” (Anna Mae’s tragic uncle) among the Hindenburg casualties, to debunk just two of the claims made in the original piece. As for the photo, that is real. It’s Grandma Moses, an American folk artist who did not start her career until very late in life. Her work was extremely popular in the 1950s.

Two types of people in this world: Idiots who post schatt like this; idiots who believe schatt like this.


if it were true, sounds like she's bad luck to have around.
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