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1. An airplane crashed into the Empire State Building in 1945. Among other damages, plane parts severed the cables for an elevator and the woman (Betty Lou Oliver) inside fell over 70 stories. She lived and holds the world record for the longest survived elevator fall.
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Julia Gnuse - nicknamed the 'illustrated lady' - has 95 per cent of her body covered in ink, ranging from jungle scenes and cartoons to her favourite actors.
There's nothing like plunging in headfirst if you enjoy high-adrenaline sports such as sky-diving. Which is just what this group of 108 daredevils did as they set about breaking a record in the skies above America.
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1. The world record for keeping a pair of ferrets in your pants is 5 hours and 30 minutes. #record #wtffact #guinness #honor #history #wtf #wtffact
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Moustafa Ismail, 24, has spent ten years pumping iron twice a day and his upper arms now have the same circumference as a grown man’s waist.
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1. When the Arctic Monkeys started their band, none of them could play instruments.
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I was lucky to catch the ‘Light Up 2018’ laser show while in Dubai this month. The Guinness World Record-breaking laser show was on repeat after its first showing during last New Years Eve. Seeing it for the first time in real life really wowed me. The Burj Khalifa is spectacular by itself, but seeing it by night with lasers coming off of every angle is on another level. It’s simply crazy. I made it my mission to capture the show from different angles to show its beauty before it would be…
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Have you ever wanted to know the date of the earliest documented snowman? Ever wondered about which world city is the least polluted? If your curiosity spans many different topics in both the natural and man-made world, then Guinness World Records 2016 is the book for you! The pages are colorful and contain lots of short, easy to read paragraphs that are packed with interesting information. I loved how the photographs and the graphics brought the facts to life. I especially enjoyed the…
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