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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…

10 Bizarre Events & Discoveries

What was The Bloop? Find out as Weird Worm offers up ten bizarre events and discoveries in recent history…

Source of Bible Covenant Found?

An Assyrian tablet found by archaeologists in Turkey, dated around 670 BCE, may have served as a model for the story of God’s covenant with the Israelites…

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…

Giant ‘Sea Monster’ Skull Found

Dinosaur experts in England are examining the fossilized skull of a sea creature so enormous it would have eaten a T-Rex for breakfast…more images here…

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…

Dropa – Fact or Fiction?

In 1937, a Chinese archaeologist named Chi Pu Tei discovered strange cave burial sites in the Baian-Kara-Ula mountain range, located in the borderland between China and Tibet. The skeletons found were roughly 4 feet tall, and displayed heads which were considerably larger than their slender frames…

Great Balls Of Stone

In the 1940’s, plantation workers clearing tropical jungle areas in Costa Rica discovered hundreds of spherical balls hidden beneath the foliage. The largest weighed almost 16 tons and was as tall as a man; the smallest was roughly the size of a tennis ball. When seen from the air, the balls were arranged in patterns…

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