Shaking Facts About Horror Movies

Shaking Facts About Horror Movies

May 10, 2019

Horror movies often have sounds that are infrasounds which are below the range of human hearing. However, these sounds are capable of eliciting fear, anxiety, and shivering. These sounds are placed just before a horrific scene. The director of movie, The Shining, filmed all the scenes of the 7 year old boy Danny Lloyd without […]

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Facts About Famous Cannibals

Slaughtering Facts About Famous Cannibals

May 9, 2019

Cannibal and serial killer Richard Chase would only break into houses that were unlocked. He perceived unlocked houses as an invitation and locked houses as places where the occupants did not want him to enter. The Venezuelan serial killer, Dorangel Vargas was also a cannibal who refused to eat fat people because they had too […]

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Facts About Blind People

May 8, 2019

Blind people can actually experience visual hallucinations when under the influence of psychedelics like LSD. When Daredevil movie was created, Stan Lee, its co-creator was scared that blind people might be offended by exaggeration of blind people’s other senses.. However, he received many letters from blind people telling him they loved the comics. Blind people […]

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Unheard Facts About OCD and Its Sufferers

Unheard Facts About OCD and Its Sufferers

May 8, 2019

In 1988, a man with extreme OCD and germophobia tried committing suicide by shooting his head. The bullet went through his brain without killing him, but instead curing his mental disorder completely. Nikola Tesla had severe OCD. He could never sleep for more than 2 hours and would spend time cleaning every dish to perfection […]

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Interesting and Rare Facts About Chernobyl

Interesting And Rare Facts About Chernobyl

May 7, 2019

The first firemen who reached the spot of Chernobyl meltdown stood right above the burning core. They died within a few weeks. They were exposed to a radiation of 30,000 roentgen per hour. Their bodies were so radioactive that their coffins were made of lead to prevent the radiation from their body to leak out. […]

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Rare Unknown Facts About World War II

Rare Unknown Facts About World War II

May 6, 2019

When World War II began in 1939, BBC stopped it broadcasts and resumed them in 1945 exactly at the same spot where it had stopped – a Mickey Mouse cartoon. USA provided $11 billion aid to the Soviet Union during the World War II. To this, in 1943, Joseph Stalin said, “We would have lost […]

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Disturbing Facts About Insomnia

Disturbing Facts About Insomnia

May 5, 2019

There is a disease called Fatal Familial Insomnia, that causes the patient to lose sleep gradually until they are no longer able to sleep. It worsens progressively, leads to hallucinations, dementia, and eventually death within 18 months. Approximately 40 families around the world are affected by this disease. Insomniac people report getting better sleep when […]

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Electrifying Facts About Pink Floyd

Electrifying Facts About Pink Floyd

May 4, 2019

Pink Floyd played at a concert with no audience in Pompeii, 1971. This was the very first performance to occur in Pompeii since the 79 AD eruption of Mount Vesuvius. The Wall album by Pink Floyd was an endless loop album that can be played forever. It last song ends with “Isn’t this where…” and […]

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Incredibly True Facts About Steve Jobs

Incredibly True Facts About Steve Jobs

May 4, 2019

When Jobs and Wozniak made the game Breakout for Atari, Jobs lied to Wozniak and said that Atari gave him $700, however, Atari had given Jobs $5000. Wozniak could only take home $350 because of Job’s lie. When Apple gave employee numbers, Steve Jobs was offended that Apple gave him employee number 2 and Wozniak […]

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Trivia and Facts About Venice

Trivia and Facts About Venice

May 2, 2019

In the 16th c. Venice, there was a bridge where prostitutes could stand and show their breasts to potential clients. The bridge was called “Ponte delle Tette” or the bridge of tits. It still exists today. Venice was Europe’s second largest city in the 15th century and the wealthiest city in the world due to […]

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Mind-Blowing Facts About Alcohol

Mind-Blowing Facts About Alcohol

May 1, 2019

In Japan, braille is printed on on beer cans so that blind people won’t it with a soft drink. Mississippi is the only state that allows people to drink alcohol while driving, as long as their blood alcohol level stays below the legal limit. Heineken created bee bottles that could work as bricks in 1963. […]

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Facts About Spider-Man

Fantastic Facts About Spider-Man

May 1, 2019

Mary Jane  got cancer because of Spider-Man’s radioactive sperm. The global licensing revenue of Spider-Man is greater than that of Superman, Batman and Avengers combined. Once James Cameron wrote a script of Spider-Man in the early 90s. As per the script, it would have starred Leonardo Dicaprio as Peter Parker and Arnold Schwarzenegger as Doctor […]

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