Aleksandar Mishkov

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Richard Kuklinski – The Brutal Murderer of New York Mafia

Kuklinski was chosen because of his ability to kill a random, innocent target without remorse

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Alhambra Palace – Rich History of Andalusia’s Palace

The building was constructed in the 13th century, but there is evidence of earlier periods. For example, archaeologists have found remains of ancient foundations of Roman presence on the Sabika Hill. ...

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The Moors Murders – Act by the Most Evil Woman in British History

In the United Kingdom, Myra Hindley is known as the most evil woman in British modern history. And that says a lot considering that the UK has a long history of queens, princesses, and powerful women....

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George Bissell – The Father of American Oil Industry

George recognized that rock oil, a liquid that oozed from rocks, could actually be used as an illuminant. He and his business partner James Townsend found a way to extract the liquid in sufficient qua...

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The Line – A 170km Long Skyscraper City in Saudi Arabia

According to Saudi Arabia officials, the city will create around 460,000 jobs and add $48 billion to the country’s GDP

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Phil Hellmuth – Not Your Ordinary Poker Player

Born in July 1964, he is an American professional poker player. He has won a record 16 World Series of Poker Bracelets. At one point, he was the youngest winner of the Main Event of the World Series o...

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Who are the Animals with the Strongest Bite Force?

Bite force is measured in pounds per square inch, or PSI. It is pound force per square inch, the pressure from a one pound force, applied to an area of one square inch

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Potato Beetle – The Amazing World of Insects

The Colorado Potato Beetle, also known as the Colorado Beetle, is a major pest of potato crops. Its Latin name is Leptinotarsa decemlineata. But what we will talk about today is the unique and strange...

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Easter Island – World’s Most Secluded Inhabited Island

The first inhabitants were the Rapa Nui, a Polynesian society that arrived there between 700-800 AD. They developed a rich culture during their time there, yet they depleted its resources by 1600. The...

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Bizarre Beliefs – The Strange Story of Victor Noir’s Grave

Victor Noir was a common journalist in France during the Napoleon era, but after his death, his grave became a legend

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Methuselah tree – Can You Find the Oldest Tree on Earth?

Methuselah tree would be 4,855 years old in 2023. And yes, as of December 2022, the tree is still alive. But, its exact location is kept under wraps by the US Forest Department. The goal is simple, to...

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Sign Language – Things You Probably Didn’t Know About

Over the years, sign languages have developed as useful means of communication between deaf people. The number of sign languages worldwide is not precisely known. According to some linguists, each cou...

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Birth Control and Religion – A Deeper Look

To understand how religion treats the subject of contraceptives and birth control, you have to take a look at the view of children

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Karl Bushby and the Goliath Expedition

Karl began his journey on 1 November 1998, and originally expected to finish the 36,000 miles journey trek in eight years. But numerous displays have ensured he has not completed it yet

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Getting to Know the Diomede Islands – Yesterday and Tomorrow

The Diomede islands are just three miles apart, but the bigger island is almost one day ahead of the smaller, 21 hours to be exact. How come? Well, they sit on either side of the International Date Li...

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Opus Dei – A Church within the Church

The majority of its membership are lay people, and the remainder are secular priests under the governance of a prelate elected by specific members and appointed by the Pope

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Football Stadiums in Qatar- The Amazing Engineering Marvels

All of the stadiums are situated within a 35-mile radius of Doha, making Qatar 2022 the most localized World Cup ever

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Weird History of Dog Poop – The Secret Ingredient in Victorian Leather

Back in Victorian Britain, there was a job title called “pure finder”. The name is ironic, since workers didn’t find anything pure. In fact, they found something opposite. The job of a pure fin...

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March on Rome – How Mussolini Helped Hitler

100 years later, and we can argue that without the March on Rome, Hitler’s rise to power might never have happened. We might assume that the second world war would not have taken place

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Weirdest and Most Brutal Ways of Torture in History

From crucifixion, to playing, boiled alive, or tortured by rats, we take a look at brutal ways of torture

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