Lizzie Borden Murder Case

On Thursday, 4 August 1892. Andrew Borden and his wife were found dead in their home in the quiet, provincial mill town of Fall River, Mass...
- January 30, 2009
Lizzie Borden Murder Case Lizzie Borden Murder Case Reviewed by Tripzibit on January 30, 2009 Rating: 5

Underwater Pyramid In Japan

One of the greatest discoveries in the history of archaeology was made last summer, off Japan. There, spread over an amazing 311 miles on t...
- January 22, 2009
Underwater Pyramid In Japan Underwater Pyramid In Japan Reviewed by Tripzibit on January 22, 2009 Rating: 5

Bimini Road

Bimini is an island in the Bahamas, 55 miles east of Miami, Florida, approximately 7 miles long and 1/3 mile across at its widest point. It...
- January 16, 2009
Bimini Road Bimini Road Reviewed by Tripzibit on January 16, 2009 Rating: 5

Weeping Statues

The phenomenon of weeping or crying religious statues is one of the oldest and most stereotypical images of holy powers in Catholicism. I...
- January 11, 2009
Weeping Statues Weeping Statues Reviewed by Tripzibit on January 11, 2009 Rating: 5

Mongolian Deathworm

Under the burning sand dunes of the Gobi desert there lurks a creature that is so feared by the Mongolian people they are scared even to ...
- January 09, 2009
Mongolian Deathworm Mongolian Deathworm Reviewed by Tripzibit on January 09, 2009 Rating: 5

Longendale Ghostplane

The peak district is an area of sombre, imposing natural beauty between Manchester and Sheffield in the north of England. Britain’s first...
- January 05, 2009
Longendale Ghostplane Longendale Ghostplane Reviewed by Tripzibit on January 05, 2009 Rating: 5

Lost Land of Ophir

Ophir is the now-lost realm of biblical fame, recorded in the Old Testament for the fine quality of its gold, which was brought to Solomon ...
- January 03, 2009
Lost Land of Ophir Lost Land of Ophir Reviewed by Tripzibit on January 03, 2009 Rating: 5
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