That Do Appear On The Body Shivers

An interesting overview of the top 10 most mysterious and enigmatic ghost stories in various vehicles. So, we read further stories that do appear on the body shivers.

 1. Flight "401 Eastern Air Lines"
Tenth December 1972 passenger jet crashed into the Everglades swamp in Florida. In the accident killed 101 people, including the pilot and flight engineer Bob Loft Don Repo.About the crash immediately crawled terrible rumors. The surviving parts wrecked car dismantled for parts for other aircraft, after which they began to observe the sides of the strange phenomena: from time to time in the passenger seat appeared ghosts Repo and Loft, and even engage in a conversation with the members of the crew. The figures of the dead were incredibly realistic. And they appeared in those places where they were inserted or used parts crashed plane.Once one of the ghosts they suddenly appeared terrified to death and flight engineer reported that he has spent the pre-flight check. A silhouette of the face of Don Repo, three members of the crew warning of an impending fire during the flight, once saw in a microwave oven (which, guess where pulled?). After some time in the airplane engine caught fire and the flight was canceled.Eastern Airlines has officially declined to comment on the phenomenon. However, the ghostly guards became something of a legend among employees of the airline. It is said that even the vice-president once had a chance to meet with them. 

New Wonders Of The World

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New Wonders Of The World

Lena Pillars Nature Park, Russia
The giant stone colonnades of Lena Pillars Nature Park line the banks of the Lena River in the Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia. Isolated from each other, the pillars soar to heights of 100 meters or more than 328 feet, and are also rich in Cambrian fossils. They formed by freeze-thaw action over the millennia due to the area’s extreme changes in temperatures.

The Most Expensive Tattoo Ever Made

Time was when a person with a tattoo is stereotyped as a criminal, sailor, biker, rock star or anyone with a rebel image.  In more recent times, tattoos have become more acceptable, with even clean-cut celebrities and highly respected politicians sporting the ink. But what exactly are tattoos?

Dare To Challenge Your Fears

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Dare To Challenge Your Fears

Free drop from a great height resolved not all, but those who dare to challenge your fears get an unforgettable experience.

 Volano Bungee Jumping
Why jump off a bridge when you can jump into the gaping mouth of an bubbling hot, active volcano? For the low price of $2000 per person, you will get to take a helicopter ride to the caldera of a Chilean volcano and bungee jump from the chopper, coming within 700 feet of the actual pool of molten lava. If you survive, you will be transported back to town while suspended 350 feet below the helicopter.

Secret Passages And Hidden Rooms

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Secret Passages And Hidden Rooms

 The events of the past can be illustrated with the help of secret corridors, secret rooms and tunnels unremarkable. Thanks to them both won and lost the war, carried out coups. At times, the country changed beyond recognition just because of the well positioned handles. Now there is still a lot of hiding places: from the Tijuana drug tunnels and ending with hidden doors that hide the most expensive wines.

 One of the oldest secret corridors have been found in Egypt. In the pyramid of Cheops (Giza), you can see a long tunnel leading to the entrance to the burial chamber.

They Would Do Anything To Get That Photo Right

Top 10 Highest Paid F1 Drivers

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Top 10 Highest Paid F1 Drivers

They are some of the best drivers in the world. They drive open-wheel cars at more than 200 miles per hour and navigate corners at blinding speeds. The cars are practically jet planes racing on land. Even the street legal super cars made by Ferrari, Porsche and Lamborghini would not be able to hold a candle against F1 cars. To drive these vehicles require a special breed of men. The very best among them make up the top 10 highest paid Formula One drivers in the world.

10 Athletes Who Were Charged With Murder

Accused: Aaron Hernandez 

Just signed a huge deal, too.

World's Strangest Prisons

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World's Strangest Prisons 

Cascades Female Factory, Tasmania, Australia

Sure, Australia was essentially one big jail cell in the 19th century, but this prison in Tasmania’s capital city, Hobart, was one of the few for females only. In operation from 1828 to 1856, it was home to more than 5,000 female convicts and their children, many of whom died from poor hygiene, inadequate nutrition, and back-breaking work. What You’ll See: Check out the matron’s cottage (the only original building still standing) and the memorial gardens, modeled after formal European gardens that Cascades’ inmates might once have enjoyed in a previous life.

That Ended Differently Than They Wanted(gifs)

Ended Oddly: She Changed Drastically 
At least they lived, right?

Positive Charge On All Day

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Positive Charge On All Day

Positive selection of photos that you just raise your spirits and give a positive charge on the day.

The Most Unusual And Strangest Banknotes

Banknotes of the concentration camp (Czech Republic)
These notes Nazis created for walking in the Theresienstadt concentration camp, which was located in the former garrison town of Terezin in the Czech Republic, on the banks of the river Eger. This camp the Nazis considered "exemplary illustrative" - it demonstrated to the Red Cross and other international organizations as an example of good treatment of the Jews. There have acted synagogue, lecture halls, produced magazines, shows and exhibitions were held. These notes 10 and 20 crowns printed on plain paper, have become part of the Red Cross arranged for showing off, had no real value and never used.

The Toys Of Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal

His Royal Highness Prince Al Waleed bin Talal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud is a Saudi Arabian national who is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Kingdom Holding Company, or KHC. He is one of the richest men in the world, with a net financial worth amounting to around $20 billion. Coming from the oil-rich Middle Eastern country, one would think that he earned his wealth from the oil and gas industry. Prince Al Waleed, however, made his mark in real estate properties and construction, before cementing his fortune in the banking industry.
Prince Al Waleed was the man responsible for bailing out Citicorp in the early 90s with an investment amounting to $590 million. The bank recovered, and he has since been laughing all the way to the bank. He loves life and the perks that go with it, so he indulges himself in toys that mere mortals like us could just dream of. Here are some of the toys of Prince Al Waleed bin Talal.

The Hottest Place On Earth

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The Hottest Place On Earth
The planet Earth is a series of extreme places where high temperatures can put hot records. Let's look at the absolute "winners."

Dallol, Ethiopia 
This sizzling city in the Afar depression, Ethiopia, holds the top spot for the highest average annual temperature ever recorded. In the period from 1960 to 1966, the average temperature in the Dallol was 34,4 ° C (during the day the mercury regularly rising above 38 ° C). It should be noted that these figures - annual averages, which means that the temperature throughout the year at Dallol is reduced only slightly. Thus, the heat is almost never stops at any time of the year.Today Dallol - a ghost town, but in the 1960s it was a mining settlement. Among the modern attractions include the amazing hydrothermal deposits, as shown in the photo above. It is also interesting to note that the Afar depression, where the Dallol - is volcanically active region, and is located not far from the volcano of the same name. Thus, it seems that the heat in the city literally comes from all directions - from the sun on top and bubbling lava below.