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Συγκλονιστικές φωτογραφίες – Πιθανό να πρόκειται για μέλη αναρριχητικής ομάδας της οποίας χάθηκαν τα ίχνη έπειτα από χιονοστιβάδα Οι σοροί δύο ορειβατών

Συγκλονιστικές φωτογραφίες – Πιθανό να πρόκειται για μέλη αναρριχητικής ομάδας της οποίας χάθηκαν τα ίχνη έπειτα από χιονοστιβάδα Οι σοροί δύο ορειβατών

The University Museum exhibits the “Hasanlu Lovers,” a pair of entwined skeletons who died together in about 8oo B.C.

The University Museum exhibits the “Hasanlu Lovers,” a pair of entwined skeletons who died together in about 8oo B.C.

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Ice ship sculpture created by set designer and art director Rhea Thierstein | Photo by Tim Walker

Ice ship sculpture created by set designer and art director Rhea Thierstein | Photo by Tim Walker

The real Conjuring farmhouse photo above displays the Perron family's farmhouse in approximately 1885, back when it was the Arnold Estate. While it's possible that suspected witch Bathsheba Sherman could be in this photo since she lived on the neighboring farm, it is also possible that she had already passed away by the time that this picture of the Arnold Estate was taken.

The real Conjuring farmhouse photo above displays the Perron family's farmhouse in approximately 1885, back when it was the Arnold Estate. While it's possible that suspected witch Bathsheba Sherman could be in this photo since she lived on the neighboring farm, it is also possible that she had already passed away by the time that this picture of the Arnold Estate was taken.

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In 1930, a small Inuit village right off of Lake Angikuni was mysteriously abandoned. Joe Labelle, a fur trapper well known in the village, found that all the villagers had gone. He found unfinished shirts that still had needles in them and food hanging over fire pits. Even more disturbing, he found seven sled dogs dead from starvation and a grave that had been dug up. He reported this to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, who conducted a search for the missing people; no one was ever found.

In 1930, a small Inuit village right off of Lake Angikuni was mysteriously abandoned. Joe Labelle, a fur trapper well known in the village, found that all the villagers had gone. He found unfinished shirts that still had needles in them and food hanging over fire pits. Even more disturbing, he found seven sled dogs dead from starvation and a grave that had been dug up. He reported this to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, who conducted a search for the missing people; no one was ever found.

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