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Scientists Have Deciphered An Ancient Scroll That Could Solve The Mystery Of The Pyramid Of Giza

Archaeologists have puzzled over the greatest mystery of the Great Pyramid at Giza for decades: how were the massive stone blocks used to construct this largest of the pyramids transported to the site? But now, a series of discoveries by a French archaeologist may have gone a long way to solving this conundrum. The Great …

2 Years After This 4-Year-Old Disappeared, Police Got A Tip About A Dresser In His Grandma’s House

It’s September in rural Illinois, and police officers are gathering around a family home. They are searching for Ricky Chekevdia, a young boy who hasn’t been seen for almost two years. At first, there’s no sign of him – then they notice something strange about the dresser against the wall. Michael Chekevdia and Shannon Wilfong …

Malaysian Cops Heard About A Freakish Creature On The Loose – And This Is What They Discovered

Was it a natural-born mutant or the unearthly creation of genetic engineers? Or was it something else entirely? In October 2017, startling images of a bizarre and apparently never-before-seen animal emerged on the internet in Malaysia, prompting police to launch an investigation. In fact, Malaysia is notorious as a hub for wildlife trafficking. Endangered species, …

When A Gunman Opened Fire In A School Cafeteria, One Teacher Didn’t Spare A Thought For Her Safety

It’s a September morning in Illinois, and the Mattoon High School cafeteria is starting to fill with students enjoying an early lunch. Suddenly, shots ring out, and this everyday scene turns into a nightmare of terrifying proportions. Then, one teacher steps into the fray, her mind focused only on stopping the carnage before it begins. …