Yamashita's Gold

During World War II, Japanese forces gather valuable items from the countries that they occupied. When it became obvious that Japan was losi...
- May 28, 2010
Yamashita's Gold Yamashita's Gold Reviewed by Tripzibit on May 28, 2010 Rating: 5

Boudicca's Grave

Boudicca is a legendary figure of British history, famous as an archetypal warrior woman who supposedly embodies the spirit of Britannia w...
- May 24, 2010
Boudicca's Grave Boudicca's Grave Reviewed by Tripzibit on May 24, 2010 Rating: 5

The Vela Incident

The Vela Incident (sometimes known as the South Atlantic Flash) was the possible detection of a nuclear weapon test. This detection was made...
- May 17, 2010
The Vela Incident The Vela Incident Reviewed by Tripzibit on May 17, 2010 Rating: 5

Brazilian Stonehenge

It has been called a Brazilian Stonehenge, but at this point, archaeologists know even less about a newly discovered stone temple in the ...
- May 14, 2010
Brazilian Stonehenge Brazilian Stonehenge Reviewed by Tripzibit on May 14, 2010 Rating: 5

The Cursed Ring

In the vault of a Los Angeles bank lies a silver ring set with a semiprecious stone. It is not a particularly pretty ring or even a very val...
- May 10, 2010
The Cursed Ring The Cursed Ring Reviewed by Tripzibit on May 10, 2010 Rating: 5

The Ballechin House

Ballechin House once described as the “Most Haunted House in Scotland", with several similarities to the Borley Rectory haunting, incl...
- May 07, 2010
The Ballechin House The Ballechin House Reviewed by Tripzibit on May 07, 2010 Rating: 5

1972 Art Theft in France

In 1972, an unknown thief (or thieves) looted the town hall at Bagnols sur Ceze, France, and removed several impressionist paintings valu...
- May 05, 2010
1972 Art Theft in France 1972 Art Theft in France Reviewed by Tripzibit on May 05, 2010 Rating: 5
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