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March 13, 2020 By Clifford E

New Study Explains Descriptions Of Vampire Victims’ Symptoms

The dead of night, the moon is full and bright. A shadow flits across the window, slowly it opens and silently a figure glides inside. The maiden in the bed...

October 21, 2019 By Laura

The Most Gorgeous Casino Buildings Worldwide

Sparingly famous architects have a finger in the pie of casino project conception. But when they do, the result of their work marvels anyone and can be rightfully included to...

October 19, 2019 By Laura

Beware of Bogus Dietary Supplements

Dietary supplements have been making headlines lately, and not in a good way. The issue of the healthfulness and safety of many commercial brand dietary supplements continues to crop up...

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March 19, 2020 By Clifford E

TV Show Might Have Found Proof Of Bigfoot

A team of researchers is sitting quietly, going over their instruments. It’s night in the forest and they are looking for any signs of life in the dark forest. While looking at the infrared hear sensors, one of the men...

December 11, 2019 By Clifford E

Ghost Photo Taken At Famous Haunted Stanley Hotel

The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado is well known as the inspiration for the Overlook Hotel in Steven King’s...

November 27, 2019 By Clifford E

The Mongolian Death Worm: Fact Or Fiction?

Sensing its prey it moves through the shifting sands. Unseen the eyeless monstrosity moves closer and closer. They prey realizes...

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