The World’s Mysteriously Locked Doors

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Though our globe has been thoroughly explored, we are still uncovering incredible things that defy explanation and tantalize our imaginations. What’s more tempting than a locked door? Here are three mysteriously locked doors located at some of the most iconic sites in the world.

20 Creepy Things Discovered Lying At The Bottom Of The Ocean

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We’ve all found some really bizarre and strange things while swimming in the sea or lake or even a river. But some things that people have discovered through the years would bring chills to everyone that even see a photo of them. These things are nightmares for every sea lover that need to be seen… Continue reading 20 Creepy Things Discovered Lying At The Bottom Of The Ocean

That Time the Soviet Union Paid for Pepsi with Submarines

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You may know that throughout the southern United States, any soft drink is called a “Coke.” But did you know that for many, any soft drink in eastern Europe and the former Soviet block is called a “Pepsi?” That’s because Pepsi, in what was thought of as a huge coup, if not the deal of… Continue reading That Time the Soviet Union Paid for Pepsi with Submarines

Mall Culture in the 1980s

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The latest season of the hit Netflix show Stranger Things showcases one of the hallmarks of the 1980s- America’s fascination with the mall. The ’80s was the time when America abandoned Mom and Pop stores en masse for the siren song of indoor fountains, Orange Julius and the endless spring of climate-controlled shopping year-round. Those days have… Continue reading Mall Culture in the 1980s

The Ups and Downs of Gymnastics Darling Nadia Comaneci

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Anyone who grew up in the 1970s probably remembers Nadia Comaneci, a diminutive Romanian gymnast who wowed the world at the Montreal summer Olympics in 1976 when she became the first gymnast to ever be awarded a perfect score of 10. She was, after the fame and popularity of that proud moment, credited for starting… Continue reading The Ups and Downs of Gymnastics Darling Nadia Comaneci

A Short History of the Rainbow Pride Flag

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Every June, houses, businesses and government buildings across the United States and across the world display brightly colored rainbow flags that honor the struggle and history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people. But have you ever wondered who designed that flag? Thought about where it came from? Pondered how long it has been around?… Continue reading A Short History of the Rainbow Pride Flag