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Does anyone else have this problem?? I think the best solution is to have a goodwill box in your closet and when you are having one of those "nothing fits right" days, just throw it in the box and forget about it. I promise, you won't miss it.

The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun has now been confirmed as a man-made structure and part of a complex of three pyramids in the local area. Currently estimated to be over 20,000 years old, the discoveries raise fascinating questions about ancient European cultures and the level of technology they had. The main pyramid is larger than the Great Pyramid of Giza. We need to ask whether there was an Egyptian influence and be on the look out for more undiscovered ancient cities.

from Mail Online

Mystery of the ancient kingdom discovered in Nepal where thousands of caves are carved 155ft off the ground

Hidden within the Himalayas, 155ft from the ground, these man-made caves are one of the World's greatest archaeological mysteries. The astonishing number of caves, some dug into the cliffside, others tunnelled from above are thousands of years old but who built them and why remains a mystery.

The Baltic Sea Anomaly - 2014, 14,000 Year Fossilized UFO/USO crash site, Shag Harbour Incident, Stunning Discoveries | Beyond Science

from Circa71

The Money Pit of Oak Island

The Oak Island "Money Pit" I love reading about it and imagining the possibilities. Who, What, When, Why??? -Pam

An infographic timeline that provides dates and locations of Jack the Ripper's murders in addition to detailing the other crimes that made up the Whitechapel Murders File from London's East End in 1888.

from MNN - Mother Nature Network

Remembering the dogs of the Titanic

Remembering the dogs of the Titanic The sinking Titanic killed more than 1,500 people on April 15, 1912, as well as several dogs. About 700 passengers did survive the historic shipwreck, though -- including two Pomeranians and a Pekingese.

from the Guardian

Why the princes in the tower are staying six feet under

In 1674, skeletons of 2 children were discovered under the staircase leading to the chapel at the Tower of London. Believed to be the remains of the "Princes in the Tower", the skeletons were buried, on the orders of Charles II, in Westminster Abbey. In 1933, the grave was re-opened & the skeletons determined to be those of 2 young children, one aged 7 to 11 & the other 11 to 13. Therefore, the skeletons could belong to the missing Princes. If only the Queen would allow DNA examinations!

This is one of the mysterious fossilized humanoid skull found in Africa in 2011. Although the external size and the brain cavity size of this skull are similar to those of the modern human, it is actually 18 million years old.