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Imagine stumbling into a room full of dead bodies � about 8000 of 'em. It's not the set of a horror movie. It's the real deal and people can view dead bodies at Capuchin's Catacombs in Italy.
Thousands of years ago it was common to make nagging wives wear a metal mask. In the Middle Ages some women wore chastity belts so they couldn't cheat. Check out these torture devices.
The Bermuda Triangle is also known as the Devil's Triangle. It's in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and is the cause of several mysterious disappearances including planes, boats and people.
The Queen Mary is not only one of California's most famous residents, she's also the spookiest. Find out why!
Egyptians came up with the first method of making paper. They used the stem from a water plant, cut it up, soaked it, flattened it and dried it. The outcome was a sheet of paper they called papyrus.
The Abbey of Lucedio (a monastery in Italy) was used by the monks as a place to torture, kill and do evil. It was finally shut down but now there are strange and freaky occurrences to explain.
Egypt has a 3000 year-old history. That's a long list of pharaohs. Read about some of the more interesting rulers, like the female pharaoh Hatshepsut and the pharaoh with over 100 children.
Thousand of years ago Plato wrote about a city that seemed almost magical. In one day and one night it vanished forever under the Atlantic Ocean. Was Atlantis just a myth or a real place?
The Tower of London is where ghosts of the most famous people in British history (and a bear) have been seen. It's also called the Bloody Tower.
Greenland isn't so Green! Greenland's history reads something like this.
You know those raptors in the movie Jurassic Park? The ones that were big and terrifying? Well those raptors were called Velociraptors but they actually looked more like Utahraptors.
We all daydream about where we want to go on vacation. Some of us just want to veg at home and some of us want to go soak up some rays on the beach. Read on to hear one dream vacation.
Brachiosaurus was the tallest dino of them all. When you're this tall who has enemies? Not Brachy. The only predators that lived in the same time period as this dino were much smaller.
Want action? Head to the famous cliffs in La Quebrada, Mexico and watch divers jump from suicidal heights of 148 ft. into what looks like just enough water to get you feet wet. - Page 2
Corythosaurus is the dino with the crest on top of its head. It's named after the shape of this crest. This dino didn't have reptile skin like other dinos but gross pebbly bumps all over.
New York isn't just about the big city. It's about the people, the food, the animals and the lifestyle. Read on to find out what cool places to check out when visiting New York State.