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Megalithic Ruins In Russia: Largest Blocks Of Stone Ever Discovered

On Mount Shoria in southern Siberia, researchers have found an absolutely massive wall of granite stones, with some estimated to weigh more than 3,000 tons…

Bosnian Pyramids

Twenty miles northwest from Sarajevo lie the Bosnian Pyramids, the first pyramids ever discovered in Europe…

El Zotz Tomb

Archaeologists in Guatemala have unearthed the fantastically preserved tomb of a Mayan king beneath the El Diablo pyramid in the city of El Zotz…

Stone Age Surgeons

Stone Age surgeons anaethetised (!) and amputated the arm of an elderly man, so say scientists working at a Neolithic tomb south of Paris…read the article here…

MAGIC BULLET T-SHIRTS – NEW STORE GIVEAWAY!

GritFX T-Shirts has launched its’ third T-Shirt store – Magic Bullet T-Shirts. Primarily the brainchild of GritFX artist/writer Max Drake, Magic Bullet is for those seeking something a little on the weird side. Magic Bullet designs are inspired by mythology, politics, UFOs and alien entities, conspiracy topics and other stuff that’s frankly just damn strange. Loads more designs will be uploaded in the next few days, weeks and months, so be sure to check them out.

Lost Persian Army Found?

Archaeologists believe they have found the remains of 50,000 Persian warriors lost in a sandstorm in 525 B.C., as told by the Greek historian Herodotus…

Mega Indian Meteor Killed Dinos?

Earlier this week it was put forward that some insidious algae killed the dinosaurs. Now, we are back to the meteor theory – this time believed to have hit off the coast of India, as reported by Mail Online…

Atlantis and the Giant Serpent

Two ridiculous stories appeared on the internet last week. The first involved supposed photographic evidence of a giant serpent making its way down a river in Borneo. For some time, locals in the region of the Baleh River had dispersed stories of a shape-shifting serpent existing beneath the surface of the water…

The Nazca Lines

High on an arid plateau in Peru, some 300 figures and geometric shapes are etched into the sand. The Nazca desert, south of Lima, is home to one of the most enduring mysteries of South America. Commonly called the Nazca Lines, these impressive ancient artworks were first discovered when commercial airplanes began to fly over the region…

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