Since the 1940’s (possibly earlier) there has been a strange light phenomenon observed in the Hessdalen Valley, Norway. The spectacle has a form of white or yellow light of unknown origin standing or floating above ground level. Between 1981 and 1984, the lights were observed up to 20 times per week but have drastically reduced in frequency since then to about 10–20 times per year. Despite ongoing research and numerous working hypotheses, there is no convincing explanation of the origin of these lights.
In theory, a house made of meat is a dream come true—especially when we’re craving bacon for breakfast. In practice, it looks like this nightmare. Taken in 1937, this photo depicts an English butcher’s delicious idea for attracting new customers: fresh meat hung from his shop exterior in the midday sun. It’s enough to have us considering vegetarianism.
In 2009, Julia Popova was walking home from work when she was attacked by a mugger. The 22-year-old Moscow native walked away from the ordeal and made it all the way home before she realized that she had been stabbed in the back of the neck by her mugger.
Police chalked it up to a case of extreme shock. Surgeons were able to successfully remove the knife, which fortunately missed all of Popova's major arteries.
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