From spring break disappearances to conspiracy theories about a missing student. Here are people who vanished without a trace. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 7 Brian Shaffer On March 31, 2006, Brian Shaffer, a medical student from Ohio State University, was out drinking with friends to celebrate the beginning of spring break. They started their night at a bar called the Tuna Saloona and then went bar hopping. After midnight, they returned to the Tuna, where Brian was separated from his friends, who eventually assumed he’d gone home. Brian was recorded by a security camera at the Tuna Saloona at 1:55 AM on April 1. He was talking to two young women and saying goodbye. Shortly afterwards, at 2:00 AM, Brian entered the bar but was never recorded leaving. In fact, he was never seen or heard from again. The puzzling aspect is that there were no other entrances to the bar accessible to the public and the surveillance video hadn’t been tampered with. Number 6 Barbara Bollick In July, 2007, Barbara Bollick, from Corvallis, Montana, went on a hiking trip in the Bitteroot Mountains. She was joined by her friend Jim Ramaker, who was visiting from California. At one point, as they were approaching an overlook, Jim stopped to admire the view. In doing so he turned his head from Barbara, who was about 20 to 30 feet behind him at the time, for less than a minute. However, when Jim turned his head back he found that Barbara had completely disappeared. More than a decade has passed since Barbara Bolicks disappearance and there’s still no explanation for what happened. Number 5 Maura Murray In reality, no such call was ever recorded. The bus driver knew reception in the area was bad, so he called them when he got home. Nobody knows for sure what happened to her, but the next day, Maura’s fiancé in Oklahoma received a voicemail, which could have been from her. There were no words and all the man heard was sobbing at the other end. Number 4 Brandon Swanson On May 14, 2008, Brandon Swanson was returning to his hometown of Marshall, Minnesota, after celebrating the end of the spring semester. Shortly after midnight, the 19-year-old veered off the road and drove his car into a ditch. Brandon wasn’t hurt but he didn’t know exactly where he was, so he called his parents on his cellphone. He asked them to come pick him up and that he thought he was somewhere near Lynd. His parents were unable to locate Brandon, who stayed on the phone with them for about 45 minutes. However, phone records subsequently revealed that he’d been near Porter, 25 miles in a different direction from where he said he was. His car was eventually located near Taunton, but there was no sign of Brandon. Number 3 Nicole Morin The day was July 30, 1985. At 10:30 AM, 8-year-old Nicole Morin left her mother’s penthouse apartment in Toronto, Ontario. She went to the lobby of the 20-story West Mall apartment building to get the mail. Afterwards, she returned to the apartment and spoke to a friend on the intercom, whom she’d made plans with to swim in the building’s pool. At 11:00 AM the little girl said goodbye to her mother and left the apartment. About 15 minutes later, her friend called the intercom to ask why Nicole hadn’t arrived. She was last seen in the hallway of the penthouse or, according to one report, entering the elevator. Number 2 Michael Negrete 18-year-old Michael Negrete attended UCLA on a music scholarship and was reportedly a popular freshman. On December 10, 1999 he went to a party on the floor he lived on at Dykstra Hall. Michael then returned to his room where he played an online game with his friends until about 4 AM. He briefly went to congratulate another player and was last seen returning to his own room. What’s strange is that, when his roommate woke up at 9 AM, Michael’s keys, wallet, shoes, clothing and musical instruments were still there. However, Michael was nowhere to be found. Nobody had seen him since 4 AM, and, as of November 2018, there still haven’t been any confirmed sightings of Michael Negrete. There was just one promising lead several students had given, a Caucasian man who no one could account for. Number 1 Brittanee Drexel While on spring break in April 2009, 17-year-old Brittanee Marie Drexel disappeared from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, while she was on spring break. The teenager had told her mother that she was going to stay at a friend’s house in Rochester, New York, which was closer to home. Brittanee was last seen at about 9:00 PM, on a surveillance camera, leaving the Blue Water Resort. At the hotel, she visited 20-year-old club promoter Peter Brozowitz, an acquaintance from Rochester. Brittanee was texting with her boyfriend, John, on the way back to her hotel, which was about a mile away.
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Florida's most invasive species. These creatures were found in different parts of Florida & were observed in the nature. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 8 Nile Crocodile In the past, several Nile Crocodiles were found in the state’s south but weren’t considered evidence of an invasive process. They're massive crocodilians with heavily skin which are second in size only to saltwater crocodiles. There have been reports of some over 16.5 feet in length and 1,650 pounds in weight. Their fearsome reputation dwarfs that of the American alligator, which would arguably be inferior to Nile crocodiles should the two ever compete for food. Number 7 New Guinea Flatworm Much like their name implies, this flatworm species is native to the island of New Guinea. They've been observed preying on earthworms, land snails, slugs and other invertebrates. In Florida, New Guinea flatworms were first observed in Miami-Dade County, in 2012. Since then, reports have been coming in from over 40 counties. As an invasive species, the New Guinea flatworm has reduced the Hawaiian tree snail population in Oahu and is a known land snail predator in Japan. Number 6 Argentine Black and White Tegu The Argentine Black and White Tegu is a large lizard, native to South America. Found in Brazil, northern Argentina, Paraguay and eastern Uruguay. Reproducing tegu populations are established in Florida, mainly in Miami-Dade and Hillsborough Counties, but reported sightings have been coming in from other counties as well. Like other animals on our list, their introduction in the wild was a consequence of the ever-booming pet trade which takes place in the state. Tegus can reach almost 4ft in total length and weigh close to 10 pounds. On average, females lay about 36 eggs each year. Once hatched, they grow rapidly and can live up to 20 years. Number 5 Giant Toad The giant toad, also known as the cane toad, can grow to be 6 to 9 inches in length. First introduced to Florida in the 1930s and 1940s as a means of controlling agricultural pests. They breed year-round in standing water, canals, ditches and streams. Currently, breeding populations are found in central and south Florida. Number 4 Nile Monitor Nile monitors are among the largest lizards in Africa, reaching over 7ft and weights in excess of 33 pounds. Monitor lizards have strong legs, muscular bodies and powerful jaws. Their sharp claws are used for digging, climbing or tearing at their prey. They’re an invasive species in Florida, with the most concentrated population located in Cape Coral, in Lee County. They tend to inhabit water edges and their spread is facilitated by South Florida’s extensive canal system. Monitor lizards negatively impact the areas they inhabit, due to a combination of factors. They have a generalist diet, a high reproduction rate and travel both in fresh and saltwater. In Africa, they’re known to raid crocodile nests, eat eggs and prey on small crocodiles. This can affect Florida’s indigenous crocodiles, such as the American alligator and the American crocodile. Since their diet is so broad, it means that federally protected species, such as sea turtles, gopher tortoises or wading birds, are also in danger. Number 3 Lionfish The first reports of invasive lionfish came in 1985, off Florida’s Atlantic Coast, near Dania Beach. The exact circumstances of their introduction aren’t clear but it’s suspected that they were discarded from aquariums. As of 2010, they began turning up in areas were no lionfish had previously been recorded, such as the northern Gulf of New Mexico. As a predatory reef fish, this creature can reduce important native fish populations, such as herbivorous species that keep the algae levels in check. Lionfish, which are usually 12 to 15 inches in length, tend to be larger in areas where they aren’t indigenous, exceeding 18 inches. Number 2 Gambian Pouched Rat With lengths of up to 3 feet from head to tail, the Gambian pouched rat is one of the largest rat species in the world and it enjoys a wide distribution in Sub-Saharan Africa. The species’ common name was inspired by its habit of storing food in its cheek pouches. In Florida, the rats were introduced through the pet trade. As an invasive species the Gambian pouched rat is of high concern. Females can produce litters up to five times over the course of nine months and each litter features an average of four young. Number 1 Hybrid Snakes Burmese pythons are giant constrictor snakes that can reach over 15 feet in length. Because of their size, they face few predators, with the exceptions of humans and alligators. Over the course of a decade, starting from 2001, scientists have examined the tissue from 400 invasive Burmese pythons, captured in Florida’s Everglades.
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Here are 9 of history's creepiest cursed artifacts. You may believe it or not - but these creepy stories can lead to sleepless nights. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Voiceover by Rodney Tompkins: https://www.youtube.com/c/BigBadada2012 9: The Dybbuk Box In Jewish folklore, there is believed to exist dybbuks, malicious spirits that are the dislocated souls of dead people. In 2004, a man named Kevin Mannis auctioned a wine cabinet he referred to as the Dybuuk Box, which he described as containing the evil spirit that has wreaked havoc to the box's previous owners. Mannis, who owned a small antique shop in Portland claimed that he bought the box at an estate sale in 2003. It was once owned by a Jewish 8: Maori Warrior Masks The Maoris are the indigenous people of modern day New Zealand, and are known for their fierceness. They loved to taunt and scare their enemies, and carved out scary looking masks to wear in battle. They believed that when killed in battle, a warrior's spirit will remain within his mask. A Wellington based museum that houses these masks has imposed a rather strange rule for visitors - any pregnant and menstruating women are to stay away from their tour of sacred Maori artifacts, or risk incurring the curse. The museum 7: Pompeii Artifacts The ancient Roman town of Pompeii was destroyed in the eruption of Mount Vesuvias nearly 2000 years ago. The eruption not only destroyed the city, but also killed thousands of its inhabitants, burying them under tons of volcanic ash. Today the site has become a popular tourist attraction in modern day Naples, in Italy. But it seems like the Roman gods are not done with Pompeii, as tourists who pilfer the site are also punished. Among the thousands who visit the ruins every year, there are those who go home with a little more than just memories - they take some relics themselves. However, many tourists who have 6: The Hope Diamond The Hope Diamond is one of the most famous jewels in the world. Its exceptionally rare blue color and large size awes anyone who looks at it, and has ownership records dating back almost four hundred years. According to some early accounts, the diamond was originally an eye of a sculpted statue of the goddess Sita that resided in a temple in India. Legend 5: Gettysburg Rocks The Battle of Gettysburg fought in 1863 had the largest number of casualties of the entire American Civil War. It is considered the most costly battle in American history, with casualties from both sides reaching up to 50,000 soldiers in the intense 3 day battle. Today, the battlefield is well preserved and maintained by the US National Park Service, and receives many visitors every year. Every now and then, the park would receive envelopes or packages 4: Ötzi the Iceman In September 1991, a frozen mummy was found in a glacier in the Ötztal Alps at the border between Austria and Italy. Ötzi the Iceman, as he was nicknamed, lived more than five thousand years ago, and is Europe's oldest known naturally preserved human corpse, offering valuable information for researchers and scientists studying him. But over the years, many people connected to the discovery and research of the Iceman have died under mysterious and violent circumstances, prompting allegations of an "Ötzi mummy curse" 3: The Koh-i-Noor Diamond Koh-i-Noor which translates as Mountain of Light in Persian is a 105 carat diamond, one of the largest and most well known in the world. Originating from India, it has belonged to various rulers, among them Hindu, Mughal, Afghan, and Sikh, before finally ending up in the hands of the British Monarch. The large gemstone 2: The Terra Cotta Army The terracotts soldiers are without doubt the most impressive collection of human sculptures in the world, with over 8000 soldiers and 600 horses depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of a unified China. But for the locals who first discovered the statues, the terracotta army has brought them nothing but despair. In 1974, seven local farmers in Lintong District of Shaanxi province unearthed terracotta figures while digging a water well close to the Qin Emperor’s tomb mound nearby. The discovery 1: The Tomb of Tutankhamun You've probably heard of the terrifying curse of King Tut's tomb, even if you're not much into Egyptology. 1923 remains an important date in the field of archeology and the study of Ancient Egypt when Howard Carter and his team opened the untouched tomb of the Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty Tutankhamun. Unlike other tombs in Egypt's Valley of the Kings, King Tut's tomb
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These predictions and amazing stories turned out to be true. From separated twins who lived the same life to similar events that actually happened to family members. Here are scary coincidences you can't ignore. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] 15 Mark Twain’s Prediction Hailey’s Comet passes the Earth once every 74 to 79 years. Mark Twain was born in 1835 two weeks after the comet had made a pass. In his 1909 autobiography, he wrote ‘It is coming again next year, and I expect to go out with it’. 14 Hoover Dam This happened during the building of the Hoover Dam. The first of them was George Tierney. On December 20, 1922, Tierney fell in the Colorado while carrying out preparatory work. The last man in the project was Patrick Tierney, George’s son. 13 Joseph Figlock It would seem that Joseph Figlock was predestined to become the savior of a particularly unlucky baby, not once but twice. In 1930s Detroit, Figlock was walking on the street when a baby fell from a high window right onto him.The baby’s careless mother apparently didn’t learn her lesson, as, about a year later, the unsupervised infant crawled out the same window and was once again falling towards the concrete. 12 Fallon Legacy They eventually managed to find someone and staked him with the $600. The game went on and the new player turned his money into $2,200 in winnings. When they arrived they demanded that $600 from the new player’s winnings go to one of Fallon’s next of kin. 11 Tamerlane’s Warning Amir Timur, also known as Tamerlane, was a Turco-Mongol conqueror who founded the Timurid Empire in Persia and Central Asia. He believed himself to be a descendant of Genghis Khan and looked to restore the former glory of the Mongolian Empire. Soviet archeologists found something on June 20, 1940, in present-day Uzbekistan. When they opened it, they discovered an inscription. 10 Henry Ziegland In 1893, in Honey Grove, Texas, a man called Henry Ziegland left his girlfriend. Instead, it had only grazed his face before hitting a tree. Number 9 Brothers in Arms 8 Car In 1895, the car manufacturing industry was still rather young so there weren’t many cars around. In fact, at that time, there were only 2 cars in the entire state of Ohio. Yet, even though there was so much space to share, the two cars still drove into each other. Number 6 Jack Frost and Other Stories Jack Frost and Other Stories was one of Anne Parrish’s favorite books as a child. At some point during the 1920s, the American novelist was browsing Parisian bookstores alongside her husband. They found a copy of the book and Anne told her husband the fond memories she had of it. He picked up the book and opened it only to find the inscription ‘Anne Parrish, 209 N. Weber Street, Colorado Springs’. 5 Carl Jung’s Story In his book ‘The Structure and Dynamics of the Psyche’ Carl Jung described a moment that left a long-lasting impression on him. As this was happening, Jung heard a noise behind him which sounded like gentle tapping. Outside, knocking against the window was a scarabaeid beetle- ‘the nearest thing to a golden scarab that one finds in our latitudes’, as Jung put it. He opened the window and caught the insect, a common rose chafer, as it flew in. 4 Twin Life After they were separated at birth, a set of twins from Ohio grew up unaware of each other’s existence. In school, both James Springer and James Lewis hated spelling but loved carpentry and math. Their first wives were both named Linda and, after the twins got divorced, they re-married women named Betty. Even though they didn’t know anything about each other, each had a son James Alan, the only difference being that one was written with a single ‘l’ and the other with a double. 3 Family Photo In 1914, a German mother took a picture of her son and went to a store in Strasbourg to have the film developed. It’s worth mentioning that back then film plates were sold individually. In 1916, the woman wanted to photograph her newborn daughter so she bought a film plate in Frankfurt. Here’s where it gets strange. After the film was developed, the woman was shocked to find the picture of her daughter superimposed on the picture she’d taken of her son, two years prior. 2 Richard Parker Perhaps Edgar Allan Poe’s ability to write such hair-raising fiction came from a strange ability of predicting the future. In his 1838 book ‘The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket’ Poe wrote about a shipwreck. 46 years later this exact story happened. 1 Mesut Özil/Enzo Ferrari When looking at pictures of Mesut Özil and Enzo Ferrari side by side, you’d be inclined to think they’re of the same person. The resemblance between the soccer player and the founder of the renowned car brand is so striking that it has sparked talks online.
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Sea creatures that you don't want to encounter! When swimming in the world's biggest oceans, you should make sure to stay away from these sea creatures! Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 8 Stonefish They seamlessly blend with their environment, which mainly consists of rocks or coral formations. These creatures can also live out of water for about 24 hours which is why stings may occur on beaches as well. Number 7 Whale 18th century Basque whalers gave them this name after observing pods of orcas hunting baleen whales. In 70, AD, Pliny the Elder called them ‘an enormous mass of savage flesh with teeth’. It’s why they’re a sought-after addition to water parks around the world. Despite their ferocious reputation, wild orcas aren’t considered a threat to humans, which is why they don’t rank higher on our list. In the wild, orcas are the only creatures known to successfully take on great white sharks. The size, speed and strength of an individual orca combined with the coordinated manner in which a pod hunts, makes this animal the true apex predator of the world’s oceans. Number 6 Dubois’ Sea Snake However, for many people, the last place they’d expect to worry about these creatures is in the ocean. Aipysurus duboisii, also known as Dubois’ sea snake brazenly defies these expectations. Found in various coastal areas off Australia, New Caledonia and Papua New Guinea. It is adapted to living in coral reefs, at depths of up to 262 feet. It can measure almost 5ft in length and its fangs are about 2 mm long. The bite isn’t considered strong enough to pierce through a wet suit. Number 5 Flower Urchin In 2014, this echinoderm was described by the Guinness Book of Records as the most dangerous sea urchin in existence. Number 4 Cone Snail Don’t be fooled by their shells, which feature fascinating, vividly-colored patterns. Often compared to a harpoon or a dart, this barbed tooth can extend some distance from the snail’s head. Number 3 Blue-Ringed Octopus Found in the coral reefs of the Indian and Pacific oceans. When it feels threatened, the octopus’ yellow skin and eponymous blue rings become more vivid and almost appear to shimmer. Their tiny bites are often painless and most people don’t realize they’ve been bitten. Number 2 Box Jellyfish The box jellyfish gets its name from its cube-shaped body and there is one species called chironex fleckeri, also known as the sea wasp. Its tentacles can measure up to 10 feet in length. Number 1 Great White Shark Sharks are among the most feared creatures in the sea and one species rises above all other when it comes to ferocity. Popularized by Steven Spielberg’s ‘Jaws’, the great white shark has incredible predatory adaptations which earn it the number one spot on our list. An apex predator, the great white can reach a length of up to 20 feet and a weight of over 4,000 pounds. It can swim at over 35 miles per hour and at crushing depths of nearly 4,000 feet. It has rows of serrated teeth behind the main teeth, ready to replace any that break off. This creature also has an incredible sense of smell that is hundreds of times more developed than that of human beings. The great white also has special organs called Ampullae of Lorenzini which enable it to detect the electromagnetic field emitted by the movement of living animals with incredible precision. It can sense variations of half a billionth of a volt. This basically means that, at close range, the great white can detect the heartbeat of its prey, even if it isn’t moving.
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How dangerous is Lyme disease? 30,000 people every year struggle and fight against this bacteria! Celebrity musician and singer Avril Lavigne has even been diagnosed and opens up in news interviews about her symptoms, treatment, recovery and health. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Watch the Komodo dragon video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EByQVR0Rt5c&index=27&list=PLdSen-GVHIgjISvHetPuNB_bMKeCbpw0_ Watch the Stingray video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9tMVPF3Ybc&index=48&list=PLdSen-GVHIgjISvHetPuNB_bMKeCbpw0_ What is Lyme disease? Lyme disease—or the Great Imitator—is caused by a bacteria called Borrelia burgodorferi, which causes signs of severe damage to your skin, joints, heart and nervous system by tick bites. It's transmitted by blacklegged ticks that have been infected, which usually feed on wild animals like mice, deer, foxes, and horses. Celebrity singer Avril Lavigne told abc news, good morning America, in an interview about her fight against lyme disease. Dr Phil has also covered the topic of how do you get lyme disease and how does lyme disease spread. Where is it located? Lyme disease is normally found in infected blacklegged ticks, which reside in wooded and grassy areas. In the U.S., these ticks are found along the northeastern coast as well as Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Northern California. Although the disease can affect people of all ages, the children and the elderly are the most vulnerable as well those working outdoors such as firefighters and park rangers. How will it kill you? Lyme disease has different stages which at first show symptoms similar to other diseases and can be misdiagnosed as the flu. Symptoms include fever, chills, and sweats as well as a facial drooping and the development a large skin rash called Erythma migrans. As the disease progresses, the bacteria affects your nervous system and results in memory loss, poor coordination, and a decrease in concentration. It also leads to the development of arthritis in the knees, heart problems, and eventual death if left untreated. How to survive: Lab testing during early stages of Lyme disease can provide false results, so diagnosing for it should NOT be quickly ruled out. For prevention and cure, pay close attention for its symptoms, especially that of the rash or for facial drooping. Once properly diagnosed, the right antibiotics can be administered to help with recovery. It's also extremely important to take probiotics in order aid your intestinal flora. Now what do you think is worse and why? Being bit by a Komodo dragon? Or being stung by a stingray? "Avril Lavigne 2013" by Glenn Francis - Own work. Licensed under GFDL via Wikimedia Commons "Erythema-motilans" by Jost Jahn (JostJahn 14:09, 1 August 2005 (UTC)), www.jostjahn.de - Selfmade at myself, www.jostjahn.de. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 de via Wikimedia Commons "Ixodes scapularis" by See source - A New View on Lyme Disease: Rodents Hold the Key to Annual Risk. Gross L, PLoS Biology Vol. 4/6/2006, e182. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0040182. Licensed under CC BY 2.5 via Wikimedia Commons "Bellspalsy" by James Heilman, MD - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons
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Kenneth Bianchi & Angelo Buono Jr. are the notorious serial killers known as 'The Hillside Stranglers'. Here are some gruesome murders and acts of two cousins killing people in the 70s. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 9 Who Was the Hillside Strangler? The Hillside Strangler was the name initially used for a serial killer who was active in Los Angeles, between October 1977 and February 1978. The killer was responsible for at least 10 victims, all of them women ranging in age from 12 to 28 years old. Many of the bodies were found in the hills surrounding Los Angeles and exhibited signs of strangulation, hence the nickname. Number 8 Early Life Bianchi’s mother, who was an alcoholic prostitute, gave him up for adoption a few weeks after he was born. He was a troubled child with many behavioral problems, including being prone to fits of anger. His adoptive mother described him as a compulsive liar and took him to a psychiatrist on several occasions. Bianchi was diagnosed with a passive-aggressive personality disorder. He graduated high-school but dropped out of college after the first semester and drifted through several menial jobs. Number 7 Early Criminal Career Following his move to Los Angeles, in 1977, Bianchi began living with his older cousin, Angelo Buono Jr. Impressed by Buono’s clothes, jewelry and reported ability to get any woman he wanted. When Bianchi didn’t have money, Buono convinced him that they should get some girls to work for them as prostitutes. They forced two teenage runaways to prostitute themselves but the girls eventually managed to get out from under their control and leave the city. As their pimping income had taken a hit, Bianchi and Buono started impersonating police officers to get more teenage girls. Number 6 Becoming a Killer Bianchi and Buono discovered they’d been deceived about the trick list, after Washington mentioned that she’d always worked in a particular area of Sunset Boulevard. They decided to track down Noble but couldn’t find her so they took their revenge on Washington, instead. On October 18, 1977, a detective from the LA Sheriff’s Department found her naked body on a hillside near the Ventura Freeway. Number 5 Modus Operandi The Hillside Stranglers drove around Los Angeles in Buono’s car and, using fake badges, convincing girls and women they were undercover police officers. They then ordered them to get in the car, claiming it was an unmarked police vehicle. The victims were taken to Buono’s home where they were sexually abused, tortured and strangled. Aside from strangulation, Bianchi and Buono experimented with other killing methods including electric shock, carbon monoxide poisoning and lethal injection. Number 4 Other Victims Five days after the murder of Judith Miller, the body of Elissa Teresa Kastin was found in Glendale, on November 6, 1977. Unlike the previous two victims, 21-year-old Kastin wasn’t a drugs user, a runaway or a prostitute. She worked as a waitress and a professional dancer for the LA Knockers. Bianchi and Buono approached Kastin after her shift at the restaurant was over. They pretended to be detectives, handcuffed her and claimed that they were taking her in for questioning. Number 3 Capture The beginning of the end for the serial killers came when Bianchi revealed to Buono that he’d been on police ride-alongs and that he was being questioned by the LAPD in connection to the Hillside Strangler case. Buono was enraged and threatened to kill Bianchi if he didn’t leave the city. In May 1978, Bianchi moved to Bellingham, Washington. In January 1979, Bianchi was working as a security guard, when he lured two students from Western Washington University to a house he was guarding. Number 2 Trial and Sentencing Bianchi tried an insanity plea and even convinced several expert psychiatrists that he was suffering from multiple personality disorder. He told them that another personality, named Steve Walker, had been responsible for committing the murders. The investigators brought in their own psychiatrist, a man called Martin Orne, who mentioned to Bianchi that people suffering from the disorder often had more than one alternate personality. That’s when he promptly came up with another alias, called Billy. Number 1 Aftermath While in prison, Bianchi met a woman named Veronica Compton. She testified at his trial, telling the jury a false, vague tale in a failed attempt to exonerate him. Compton was later convicted and imprisoned for luring and trying to strangle a woman at a motel. She did so in an effort to convince authorities that the Hillside Strangler was still alive.
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Dennis Nilsen is the Muswell Hill Murderer. Let's take a look at the brutal murders of young men & how the Muswell Hill Murderer hid his gruesome acts from the police. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 7 Who Was the Muswell Hill Murderer? Dennis Nilsen was a Scottish serial killer responsible for the deaths of at least 12 young men, between 1978 and 1983. Because his later murders were in the Muswell district of North London, he’d ultimately be known as the Muswell Hill Murderer. Number 6 Early Life Nilsen’s most vivid childhood memories involved the times spent with his grandfather, on his mother’s side, whom he saw as a ‘great hero and protector'. Nilsen would often feel lost whenever his grandfather, who was a fisherman, had to go away at sea. In 1951, when Nilsen was six years old, his grandfather died of a heart attack while fishing in the North Sea. Number 5 Time in the British Army At 14, Nilsen joined the Army Cadet Force, as he saw the British Army as a way of leaving behind his rural origins. In the army he performed his duties very well and kept his sexual orientation hidden from his colleagues. While he was stationed in South Yemen, in 1967, Nilsen was kidnapped by an Arab taxi driver who beat him unconscious and put him in the trunk of his car. Number 4 Becoming a Serial Killer By 1978, Nilsen was living on 195 Melrose Avenue, in London, and was working as a civil servant. He’d had a number of failed relationships with several young men and began thinking he was unfit to live with. In December 1978, Nilsen met 14-year-old Stephen Holmes at a pub where Holmes failed to buy alcohol. Nilsen had been drinking heavily that day. He lured the teen back to his home where they continued to drink until they fell asleep. On the morning of December 30, Nilsen was afraid to wake the sleeping teen for fear that he might leave him. He caressed his sleeping body and, according to his written confessions, decided Holmes was to stay with him over the New Year, ‘whether he wanted to or not’. Nilsen strangled the teenager with a tie until he was unconscious and then drowned him in a bucket of water. He masturbated over his body twice before placing it under his floorboards. Nilsen’s next victim was a 23-year-old Canadian student named Kenneth Ockenden, whom he killed four days after Holmes. He strangled him with the cord from his own headphones, as the student was listening to music. After that, he buried the body under the floorboards. Nilsen would periodically take the body out and seat it on the armchair as he drank or watched television. Number 3 Modus Operandi On the topic of his victims, according to Nilsen’s prison journals ‘I could only relate to a dead image of the person I could love. The image of my dead grandfather would be the model of him at his most striking in my mind. It seems necessary for them to have been dead in order that I could express those feelings’. All of Nilsen’s murders took place at various North London addresses. He would lure the victims to his home with the promise of alcohol, food or shelter. Most of the victims were homeless or homosexual men but some were heterosexual men, who he usually met in bars. Once they passed out or fell asleep, Nilsen would strangle them to the point of death or unconsciousness. If the victims were unconscious he would drown them in the bath, sink or a bucket of water. He would then groom the bodies, display them and masturbate or engage in other types of disturbing sexual activity with them. However, Nilsen was adamant in his confessions that he never penetrated them, as their dead naked bodies where too beautiful to be ruined with sex. Number 2 Other Victims After Nilsen moved to Muswell Hill, he resumed his killing spree but found that he could no longer store or get rid of the bones in the same way he was accustomed to. In March 1982, he lured 23-year-old John Howlett to his home and tried to strangle him in his sleep but was almost overpowered in the process. Nilsen ultimately managed to drown Howlett but would bear his finger marks on his neck for more than a week. Nilsen met 21-year-old Carl Stottor in May 1982. In keeping with his MO, Nilsen lured the young man to his home, strangled him and held his head underwater until he believed he was dead. Number 1 Capture In February 1983, Nilsen, alongside other residents, had issued complaints that the property’s drains were blocked. Workers from the plumbing company arrived at the scene and soon remarked that the remains that were causing the blockage looked like they belonged to a human being. Some bones were found in the pipe leading up to the top floor, where Nilsen was staying at. The police were alerted and three officers waited until Nilsen got home from work and asked to talk to him in his apartment.
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As soon as an illness breaks out, it’s just a matter of time until it spreads. Here we present to you patient zero victims of the most dangerous epidemics in the world. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Voiceover by Rodney Tompkins: https://www.youtube.com/c/BigBadada2012 9: Gaetan Dugas The term "patient zero" originated from Gaeten Dugas, a man who for years was believed to be the man who brought HIV to the US. Dugas was a flight attendant working for Air Canada, and was diagnosed with AIDS in the early 80s. The disease was first clinically observed among the gay community in the US in 1981 8: Typhoid Mary Typhoid fever is a nasty bacterial disease spread by the digestion of food and water contaminated with an infected person's feces or urine. Symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, and a terrible rash. However, there are those who exhibit no symptoms at all. These people, called carriers, are more of a threat as they could unknowingly and unsuspectingly spread the disease to others. The most famous of Typhoid carriers is Mary Mallon. Mary was originally from Ireland, and worked as a cook for wealthy families in New York City after immigrating to the US. It was the early 20th Century, and Typhoid was mainly a problem in poor communities 7: Haitian Cholera Patient Zero The 2010 Haiti earthquake was a disaster of epic proportions, resulting in the death of over 100,000 civilians and billions of dollars in damages to the already poverty stricken country. The Haitians terrible misfortune seemed to know no end, as a terrible cholera outbreak immediately followed the earthquake. Almost undoubtedly, researchers claim the first person to contract the illness was a 28 year old mentally ill man from the town of Mirebalai. The man who was known as the village's "crazy person" 6: Mabalo Lokela Ebola is one of the worst infectious diseases of this century. For the past few years the disease has devastated West Africa, and caused waves of panic across the world with several cases occurring outside the African continent. Ebola still has no cure or vaccine, and thousands of infected individuals have died suffering massive internal hemorrhage. The disease is named after the Ebola River, which flows near a small village named Yambuku 5: Dr. Liu Jianlin Severe acute respiratory syndrome, or SARS, starts like a typical flu but would rapidly develop into a critical case of pneumonia and eventually death from respiratory failure. We might not hear of any more cases of SARS today, but the viral disease was seen as a serious threat to the global population in 2003, with a total of 774 reported deaths in 37 countries. The disease was first identified in Guangdong, in southern China, and the local government 4: Edgar Enrique Hernandez In the remote village of La Gloria in Mexico, stands a bronze statue of a smiling five year old boy. The subject is a real life boy named Edgar Enrique Hernandez, also known as Nino Cero or Kid Zero, survivor and first person recognized to have contracted the infamous new strain of H1N1 virus known as swine flu. The disease spread wide in 2009, causing a worldwide influenza pandemic that killed over 14,000 people. It all started in early 2009 3: Emile Ouamouno In December 2013, a two year old Guinean village boy named Emile Oumono suddenly got seriously ill, and died four days later. His other family members followed suit, starting by his older sister, then their pregnant mother, then grandmother, and then a number of villagers. Researchers now believe that that village deep in the forests of Guinea was the source of the Ebola virus epidemic 2: Private Albert Gitchell Nearly everyone knows of how terrible World War 1 was - a futile war that killed 17 million people and caused millions more to suffer. But not many know of the Spanish flu pandemic which started in the final year of the war. The deadly influenza outbreak lasted for 3 years and resulted in the deaths of more people than the war. Between 50 to 100 million infected people died, which was around 3 to 5 percent of the entire world's population 1: The Black Death Sailor One day in 1346, a very sick sailor staggered off the Genoese galley he had been sailing in onto a harbor in Sicily. The man who had contracted a strange illness while in Ottoman territory had developed swellings in his armpits and groin, and his neck was stiff. His chest ached badly and his breath gave out a terrible stench. His skin then slowly turned black, painful buboes appeared on his body, and he eventually died after days of suffering
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8 most dangerous roads in the world! From automobile accidents to truck crashes, these are the world's most dangerous roads you would never want to drive on. Subscribe for new videos: Watch our “9 People Who Were Wrongfully...” video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCccJ_t7EWo&index=42&list=PLdSen-GVHIgjnpO7YPzjIOrgTl7aBQA9c Watch our “World's Most Dangerous People” video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGRjjB3IlpQ&list=PLdSen-GVHIgh-yxysS-2bNtbvhzLxvSw9&index=52 Watch our “Most Dangerous Tourist Spots You DON'T Want to Visit” video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wb7QmsJtK0&index=21&list=PLdSen-GVHIggIlRFoznrIu_vAV5ah70CM Voiceover by Rodney Tompkins: https://www.youtube.com/c/BigBadada2012 8: The Guoliang Tunnel Road, China Located in the Taihang Mountains in the Henan Province of China, the remote village of Guoliang was almost completely cut off from the rest of the world. Getting in and out was extremely difficult for the villagers, having to walk across steep cliffs and climb an almost vertical set of 720 mountain steps. Guoliang was doomed to become a ghost town, and the Chinese government refused to invest millions building a road for just a few hundred people. In 1972, the villagers decided to take things into their own hands, and carve out a road into the mountain's side. With basic tools like hammers and chisels, 13 villagers worked tirelessly for over 5 years, hollowing out the side of the mountain, with one of them dyeing in the process. The one mile long Guoliang Tunnel was finally open for traffic in 1977, and is currently Guoliang Village's only access to the outside world. It does not see much traffic, although it is still dangerous. The locals call it the "road that tolerates no mistakes", as one requires monk-like focus to drive through the steep and narrow lanes that tend to twist, turn and dip unexpectedly. During the rainy season, fog and rain hamper visibility greatly, and the roads get really slippery. In the summer, drivers have to worry about falling rocks and dust. Amazingly, the road has become a tourist attraction due to its unique design and the breathtaking view it offers. About 30 square shaped holes have been carved out of the cliff, to serve as windows, providing light and offering insanely stunning views of the Chinese landscape from inside the tunnel. 7: The Eshima Ohashi Bridge, Japan Pictures of the Eshima Ohashi Bridge in Japan have been widely circulated across the internet, and is popularly known by the nickname "Roller Coaster Bridge". One look at it, and you'll immediately understand why. The one mile long concrete road bridge connects the cities of Matsue and Sakaiminato over Nakaumi Lake, and has an incredible slope with a gradient of 6.1% on one side, and 5.1% on the other. Like a roller coaster, it seems to go straight into the sky before dropping off suddenly. The reason behind its seemingly crazy design is so that fishing boats can safely pass underneath without disrupting traffic. The road bridge is enough to send chills to even the most confident drivers. After reaching the top, drivers have to descend gradually and carefully in order to prevent loss of control. The Eshima Ohashi Bridge was featured in a Japanese commercial for Daihatsu's Tanto minivan, in which they purposely exaggerated the slope to make it steeper than it really is. 6: Zoji La Pass, India The Zoji La Pass is an extremely high mountain pass in India that serves as a vital link between the cities of Ladakh and Kashmir, and without it the people of Ladakh would be totally cut off from the outside world. The road stretches 9 kilometers long, and runs as high as 3.5 kilometers above sea level. At some sections, you could hardly call it a road, as it appears as nothing more than a crumbling narrow lane hugging the side of a mountain, with no safety barriers whatsoever. The roads are often closed during winter, and for very good reason. The snowfall could get so intense, reaching 20 meters deep, making the route impassable for months. The heavy snowfalls and landslides often cause people to get stuck and stranded for long periods before rescuers could arrive. Although the road reopens in spring when the snow has melted away, vicious winds are still present all year long due to the valley's unique conical shape. These violent breezes at high altitudes can easily knock vehicles off the road into the deep gorges below. Conquering the pass not only requires skill, but also a reliable set of wheels that won't get stuck easily in the thick mud – a task that even the best 4 wheel drives sometimes fail to do. On top of that, local herders bring many livestock across the pass, making the task of driving through that much harder. 5: Karakoram Highway, Pakistan & China Karakoram Highway the highest paved international roadway in the world, is the link between the two countries of Pakistan and China. Construction of the road took almost 2 decades of efforts between the two countries
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Most infamous Alcatraz inmates. This penitentiary was considered the most secure prison in the world until it's closing. Let's take a look at some men who did their time in this maximum security facility. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 7 George Kelly Many suspect that his wife Kathryn was the one who facilitated his rise to become public enemy number one. Kathryn was an expert at marketing her husband to the public and underground circles. The two were inseparable, enjoyed a lavish lifestyle and thrived in the world together. Kelly performed successful in Texas and Mississippi, which, some believe, had been orchestrated by Kathryn. While on Alcatraz, Kelly was reportedly considered a model by the warden and he even worked as an altar boy. Number 6 James Bulger Unlike the other inmates on this list, James Bulger seemed to have actually enjoyed his time there. While writing to Alcatraz historian Michael Esslinger, Bulger wrote “If I could choose my epitaph on my tombstone, it would be ‘I’d rather be in Alcatraz’.” Bulger was unlike most. Alcatraz would only be a stepping stone in Bulger’s career. After the prison closed in 1963, he served the rest of his term at Leavenworth. After his release in 1965, Bulger would become a major player in Boston’s underground. He was finally apprehended while living under an assumed identity in Santa Monica, California. Number 5 Roy Gardner Roy Gardner may not share the same level of fame as others on this list but this is mainly because he worked alone. Much like the outlaws of the Old West, Gardner primarily targeted trains. He was nicknamed the ‘King of the Escape Artists’. Gardner once jumped from a moving train. In 1934, Gardner was transferred to Alcatraz which he would later describe as the ‘toughest, hardest place in the world’. Gardner would publish an autobiography called ‘Hellcatraz-The Rock of Despair’. Number 4 Alvin Karpis Alvin ‘Creepy’ Karpis, who reportedly earned the nickname from his smile, spent more years on Alcatraz than any other person. Aside from Karpis and the Barker brothers, Doc and Fred, it included around 25 other members. Karpis reportedly had a photographic memory and genius-level IQ and even Fred described him as ‘super smart’. Number 3 Frank Morris and the Anglin Brothers The fate of Frank Morris and the Anglin Brothers has been the subject of speculation and urban legends but nobody knows for sure what happened to them after 1962. It was Morris, in fact, who orchestrated it after the Anglin brothers were placed in a cell adjacent to his. The men worked on it for nine months. They fashioned a raft out of 50 stolen raincoats, which they sealed together with heat from the steam pipes under their cells. They made decoy heads from toilet paper, soap and a homemade cement mix, which they decorated with human hair. On June 11, the three men crawled out of the back of their cells, took the raft and made their way to the roof. They climbed down the wall into the bay and set off to nearby Angel Island. Number 2 Al Capone One of the most famous of all time, Alphonse ‘Al’ Capone made a fortune during Prohibition-era Chicago. At the height of his empire, Capone was making around $60 million a year. He wore double-breasted suits, diamond rings and drove an armored Cadillac. Capone loved the attention he received from the press, which portrayed him as a type of Robin Hood, an image that he relished in. He would donate a percentage of his money to charity and even opened a soup kitchen in Chicago. His immense wealth enabled him to manipulate the system in order to secure a comfortable life for himself on the inside. That was until he was transferred in August 1934. During his 4 and a half stint on The Rock, Capone was treated like every other man. Number 1 Robert Stroud Robert Stroud, better known as the ‘Birdman of Alcatraz’ was probably the most famous inmate. During his 30-years at Leavenworth, Stroud developed a keen interest in canaries and raised almost 300 birds in there. He even authored two books on canaries and their health, after careful study of their habits and physiology. He was transferred to Alcatraz in 1942, where he spent the last seventeen years of his life. After the movie ‘Birdman of Alcatraz’ came out, in which Burt Lancaster portrayed Stroud as a humane and mild-mannered person, many people petitioned for his release. Stroud was never allowed to see the movie, which earned Lancaster an Oscar nomination.
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This episode is about Dennis Rader aka The BTK Strangler who was a troubled child & began terrorizing women. Let's take a look at some acts of Dennis Rader. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 7 Who Was the BTK Strangler? He gave himself many nicknames in communications with the media and law enforcement but the one that stuck was BTK. He was eventually identified as Dennis Rader. Number 6 Early Life At 21, he joined the Air Force and was stationed at various bases in the southern US as well as bases on Okinawa and outside Tokyo. After he was discharged, he married Paula Dietz in 1971 and subsequently had two children with her. Even though they spanned nearly 30 years, Rader managed to keep his activity completely hidden from his family. Number 5 Becoming When he first saw the Puerto Rican Otero family in January 1974, he became transfixed with them. His main focus was 33-year-old Julie and her 11-year-old daughter Josephine. He devised a plan to attack their Sedgwick County home on the morning of January 15, believing that only Julie, Josephine and the family’s youngest, Joseph Jr. would be home at the time. Number 4 MO Rader selected and studied these people. At one point he worked for the alarm company ADT and, ironically, installed security systems in the houses of people worried about him. He also took souvenirs from most of them. According to his court testimony, his drive was part of his fantasy. He also reveled in knowing that he was responsible for the Kansas metro area. In early 1978, he sent a letter to the KAKE TV station in Wichita, taking responsibility for the act on the Otero family and three other women. Number 3 Others At the time, Bright was employed by Coleman, the same company that Rader worked for. When Rader entered her house, her brother Kevin was inside as well. Williams was out visiting friends as Rader waited for hours in her house. He eventually grew impatient and left but in his confessions later stated he felt ‘absolutely livid’ that Williams had evaded him. In March 1977, Rader claimed his sixth, a woman named Shirley Vian. Number 2 Capture After Dolores E. Davis, in January 1991, Rader went silent for about 13 years.That’s when Rader responded. He sent photographs and a driver’s license from his ninth, Vicki Wegerle, to a reporter. For almost a year, Rader would continue to send packages to local media or simply leave them around Wichita. These often included cereal boxes, perhaps as a play on the words. They contained photographs, souvenirs, drawings, written accounts and dolls made to mimic the preferred method. In one of his letters, Rader asked if they’d be able to trace him if he put his writings on a floppy disk. In a newspaper, they answered him in a predetermined code that it would be safe for him to do so. When they received the disk, the metadata from a deleted Word document was still on it, unbeknownst to Rader. It contained Christ Lutheran Church, of which Rader was president, and showed that the document had been last modified by ‘Dennis’. The police now had circumstantial evidence but needed more.
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Many of the most haunted places in the world are in America. Filled with the spooky, supernatural, & creepy, these really freaky locations & attractions will give you nightmares. View more scary, haunted photos today at http://theywillkillyou.com/10-haunting-images-real/ Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 From bone-chilling bloodstains to fear-inducing phantom sightings, these are the seven most haunted places in the U.S. Number 7: The Bird Cage Theatre From 1881 until 1889, the Bird Cage Theatre was used not only as a theatre, but also as a brothel & gambling parlor in Tombstone, Arizona. This was a place where miners occupying the town during the late 19th century's silver boom could gamble, buy beer & sex, & watch masquerade balls. The place had a legendary reputation for being a rowdy spot where fights would often break out. Bullet holes lined the walls of the building & it's believed that at least 26 people lost their lives here. It's also said to be haunted. To this day, the theatre operates as a tourist attraction, where workers & visitors alike have reported paranormal activity. Some claim to have seen the spirits of prostitutes & cowboys roaming the hallways while there are also rumors that sounds of a 19th century-style saloon party can still be heard some nights. On one occasion, a tourist found a $100 poker chip on one of the tables, something that had never been seen before. The manager then locked it in a safe with the plan of eventually showing it to experts. But when he later reopened the safe, however, the chip was gone. Another eerie instance involved Wyatt Earp, the sheriff famous for the O.K. Corral shootout. Wyatt Earp's statue once sat in the theatre box that he preferred when the theatre was fully operational. But curiously, every single morning for six months, his hat would be found in the middle of the floor. After consulting a historian, the theatre was told that the statue was in the wrong box. It was mistakenly placed in the box that the Clanton family frequented; the significance being that notorious outlaw Billy Clanton was an enemy of Earp's & was killed by the sheriff during the infamous O.K. Corral shootout. Clanton's ghost is said to be a visitor of the theatre & thus, was the one responsible for moving the hat. Number 6: The Biltmore Hotel Located in Greensboro, North Carolina, the Biltmore Hotel was erected in 1895 for textile manufacturer, Cone Mills, but was later renovated into a hotel. It also served as a brothel during the mid-20th century & still operates as a hotel to this day. But there have been frequently-reported encounters with ghosts here. Room 32, for example, is haunted by Philip. Philip worked as an accountant for Cone Mills back when the building served as the company's office. One day, his dead body was discovered in the alleyway surrounded by glass. People initially assumed he commit suicide. But when investigators turned the body over, they found that his throat had been slit. It was later uncovered that he had been embezzling money from the company & that his murder might have been retribution. The case was never solved, however, & his ghost is rumored to haunt room 32; the room that used to be his office & was the room where he was thrown out of. Patrons of the room claim to see a man standing near the window looking out. Some female guests have claimed the ghost has even hopped into bed with them! Room 23 is also said to be haunted. During its time as a brothel, a prostitute named Lydia worked at the Biltmore & always took her clients to room 23. She died there after she was pushed down the hotel's stairs. These days, patrons who stay in room 23 claim to see a red-headed woman in the room. She's also been known to take a disliking towards drunks. Hotel guests who've had too much to drink claim to have a tough time walking up the stairs, almost as if someone was pushing them down the very same stairs on which Lydia was murdered. Number 5: The Old Idaho State Penitentiary The Old Idaho State Penitentiary opened in 1872 & housed some of the worst criminals in the region for just over a century. By the 1930s, the prison garnered a reputation for being extremely violent. Famous criminals such as Lyda Southard & Harry Orchard were imprisoned here. Over the years, many riots erupted over the poor living conditions at the prison. In 1973, all the prisoners were moved to a newly built prison and “The Old Pen,” as it was known, eventually became a tourist attraction. According to the website Roadtrippers, people who visit The Old Pen experience odd, inexplicable phenomena. Some visitors, for example, claim they've been touched by unseen forces. The museum's employees say they hear wailing & screaming sounds when no one else is around; perhaps those of the inmates' ghosts. Number 4: The Villisca Axe Murder House June 10th, 1912: the Moore family & two friends are found dead in
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Tiny animals that can destroy. These animals are the smallest creatures on earth, but can still be very dangerous to other species or us humans. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Number 8 Tsetse Fly Even though tsetse flies resemble common houseflies in appearance, they are nothing alike when it comes to the dangers they pose for human beings. These creatures are much tougher than houseflies, which are usually easily crushed with a flyswatter. Tsetse flies are equipped with a long proboscis which they use to feed. Number 7 Caterpillar The caterpillar is the larval form of the southern flannel moth and it can be found in various parts of the United States, Mexico and Central America. Its preferred habitat consists of elms, oaks, wild plum as well as numerous garden plants such as rose and ivy. It usually measures around one inch in length. Number 6 Tarantula Hawk Mental discipline simply does not work in these situations.’ Tarantula hawks have very large stingers which is why few other animals are able to eat them. According to the Schimdt index, this wasp is in the top ones of the animal kingdom. Number 5 Irukandji Jellyfish With a bell that rarely exceeds one inch in width, the Irukandji jellyfish is one of the smallest jellyfish species in the world. It has four thin tentacles which can reach up to 3.3 feet in length. Unlike other jellyfish species that only have stingers on their tentacles, the Irukandji jellyfish also has stingers on its bell, a unique adaptation that researchers have yet to figure out. Its size and fragility make studying it quite difficult which is why not much is known about this creature. Number 4 Blue Ringed Octopus They are small in size with only 5 to 8 inches. This marine creature has yellowish skin and blue-black rings that change color as a warning display. That’s when the body turns bright yellow and the rings start flashing bright iridescent blue within a third of a second. These rapid flashes tell would-be predators that they are taking on an exceptionally large creature. Number 3 Ticks These tiny arachnids rarely measure more than 0.20 inches. They’re widely distributed all-over the world but tend to prefer warm, humid climates. There are two major tick families: the Argasidae, also known as soft ticks and the Ixodidae, or hard ticks. They have eight legs and oval or pear-shaped bodies. Number 2 Mosquitoes It may be hard to believe but the tiny mosquito is actually the worst animal on Earth. It feeds on mammals, reptiles, birds, amphibians, even on certain types of fish or invertebrates. Mosquitoes belong to the Culicidae family and draw their names from the Spanish term for ‘little fly’. Females of the species have a tube-like mouthpart, called a proboscis. There are more than 2,500 mosquito species and many of them have evolved resistance against commonly-used insecticides. Number 1 Lonomia Caterpillar Lonomia obliqua, also known as the giant silkworm moth, is a creature in larval form. The lonomia obliqua caterpillar measures around 2 inches in length with colors ranging from brown to green and it’s typically well camouflaged. Rows of tubercles make up the caterpillar’s body and they are crowned with whorls of detachable spines that vary in size. These caterpillars can be found in southern Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina.
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Creepy parasites you'll never want to encounter. Let's take a look at some parasites that lay eggs in other animal species & small creatures that attach themselves on others for years. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 9 Tarantula Hawk Tarantula hawks are wasps that, much as their name implies, mainly go for tarantulas. The tarantula hawk is known as a parasitoid wasp. It will first grip the tarantula using the hooked claws at the end of its long legs. The wasp will then lay a single egg in the tarantula’s abdomen and cover the entrance. As the larva hatches, it enters the tarantula’s body and begins to feed. Ultimately, the wasp emerges from the spider’s abdomen as an adult. Number 8 Anelasma Squalicola Anelasma squalicola may be the only living representative of a barnacle species that made the transition from filter-feeding to parasitism. This is evident in the fact that the cirri, structures once used for filtering food items, are present but no longer serve a feeding function. As a parasite, Anelasma extracts nutrition from its host through hidden tendrils that extend downwards from its body. Unlike most other barnacles, Anelasma squalicola doesn’t have a shell. Anelasma attach themselves to several species of deep-sea dwelling sharks. Number 7 Trebius Shiinoi Trebius Shiinoi larvae, which typically infect Japanese angel sharks, will seek out the reproductive canal of a female host. Trebius Shiinoi belongs to a broad category of parasitic crustaceans known as anchor worms. Once such a parasite latches on to a host, it cements its head into the tissue and loses all of its limbs. It then starts maturing into a worm-like tassel which is soft and immobile. Number 6 Epioplasma Triquetra This freshwater mollusk is native to North America, where it’s listed as an endangered species. In 2004 it was discovered that Epioplasma triquetra, also known as the snuffbox mollusk, engages in a behavior when it spreads its larvae. During the larval stage, these mollusks are known to use the skin, fins or gills of a host fish for nutrients. The female snuffbox will first lure unsuspecting fish to them. Then, using its shell, lined with sharp little teeth, it will clamp down on the fish’s head and proceed to pump the larvae into its gills. Number 5 Tapeworms Tapeworms have a well-earned reputation as some of the worst parasites in the world, particularly for what they can do to humans. Once there, the eggs hatch and the larvae become adults by feeding on nutrients in the intestinal wall. Some adult tapeworms are hermaphrodites they can produce more eggs. During this time they can also grow to incredible lengths and there have been reports of tapeworms that measured up to 30 feet from end to end. Number 4 Macrocheles Rettenmeyeri This tiny mite is known for its rather fascinating parasitic relationship with the ant. However, this doesn’t mean the ant has lost the functioning of its leg. The mite will use its own legs whenever pressed against a surface. The mite doesn’t disrupt its host as the main objective is to feed. The parasite basically acts as a foot, albeit a slightly more effective one as it has eight tiny feet at the end of it. This might prove particularly useful for ants, as they are known to create linking structures. The mites were named after American biologist Carl Rettenmeyer, who was the first to study them. In his extensive work on parasitic mites living with ants, Rettenmeyer also observed other mite species, some of which lived in the ants’ eyes or at the base of their mandibles. Number 3 Ribeiroia Flatworms from the Ribeiroia genus have been linked with causing the development of limb malformations in toads, frogs and salamander species. Ribeiroia ondatrae cercariae, for example, are known to infect the developing limbs of amphibians in their larval state. They drill themselves into the buds that will eventually grow into legs. This can cause horrible malformations which often consist of misshapen, extraneous members. After about six weeks, they enter a second, free-swimming form called cercariae. That’s when they’ll become attached to amphibian larvae or fish, where they enter a dormant parasite form called metacercariae. Number 2 Sacculina Carcini While it’s doing this it will release a sac on the underside of the abdomen. One part of the parasite will develop into tendrils that grow throughout the insides, absorbing nourishment and controlling the behavior. The parasite manipulates the behavior of its host to the point that it no longer grows, moults or regenerates lost limbs. Number 1 Cymothoa Exigua The parasite then attaches itself to the remaining stub and functionally acts as the fish’s tongue.
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Full inside look at the Italian Mafia's leader, John Gotti. This notorious mobster boss of La Cosa Nostra was also known as “The Dapper Don” or “Teflon Don.” Here's a closer look at the story of the last Godfather. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Welcome to Episode 1 of our brand new series, Mob Bosses, where we'll be delving into the infamous leaders of America's largest & most powerful organized crime syndicate La Cosa Nostra, or more commonly known as The Mafia. Today we'll be taking a closer look at the one & only, John Gotti. Also known as “The Dapper Don” by the media, John Gotti had a reputation for living a flashy lifestyle filled with extravagant fashion & luxury. The Don, another word for the boss who acts as the brains & leader of the family, is said to have adored media attention. Whereas old school dons preferred living & moving in the shadows, Gotti loved the spotlight. But his flashy appearances proved disastrous as it ultimately led to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. To give you an idea of how vicious John Gotti really was & why his behavior ended him behind bars, we'll take a look at the story of John Favara—a classic example of his ruthless, unforgiving behavior. March 18th, 1980: John Gotti's 12-year-old son Frank darts into the street on a motorized minibike from behind a dumpster when all of a sudden, he was struck & killed by an oncoming vehicle. The man driving the vehicle was 51-year-old furniture store manager John Favara, who lived just one block away from the Gotti family. Fast forward four months later: July 28th, 1980. Before Favara & his family were able to move, he was shoved into a van by several men near his work. Several witnesses to the abduction state that he was beaten with a baseball bat while other accounts assert he was silenced with a .22 caliber pistol. One testimony in particular goes so far as to say Favara was alive as he was dismembered with a chainsaw, stuffed into a barrel filled with concrete, then either dumped into the ocean or buried in a lot somewhere. The exact happenings of his body are still unknown, but what is confirmed is the brutality involved behind Favara's death. Before turning 30 years old, John Gotti spent three stints in jail, the last term being a three-year lockup for truck hijackings at the JFK airport. But his mobster tendencies were quickly displayed because as soon as he was released in 1972, he immediately went back to the streets. He swiftly moved through the ranks & soon became a capo of the Bergin Crew that same year. The Bergin Crew was a subcrew of the Gambino family & was under the command of Carmine Fatico at the time. Three years later in 1975, Gotti found himself back behind bars once more; this time for the killing of Irish-American gangster James McBratney, who had kidnapped & killed the nephew of Carlo Gambino, or the head of the Gambino family at the time. Gotti was an accomplice in the hit-team assigned to take revenge for the murder, & thus he was sentenced to four years in prison after taking a plea deal. In 1977 after spending only two years in jail, Gotti was released & was rewarded by the Gambino family for his part in the murder. With the Gambino family now under the command of Paul Castellano, Gotti was not only initiated into the family but was also immediately promoted to taking back his old position as capo of the Bergin Crew. As a skillful earner with a violent disposition, it came as no surprise that Gotti was able to take over the position of boss of the Gambino family by ultimately killing another boss. The Gambino family's boss at the time was Paul Castellano, who took over the position after Carlo Gambino died of natural causes in 1976. Gotti became disgruntled with Castellano due to his belief that Castellano was too isolated & greedy. He also found him to have a lack of street credibility. Despite his desire to “whack,” or assassinate, Castellano, he knew he would be unable to due to the Commission, which stood in his way. The Commission was founded in 1931 & acted as the governing body of the American Mafia. It consisted of the five New York family bosses & the boss of the Chicago Outfit. Gotti knew that he would not be granted permission by the Commission to kill off Castellano. Without this permission, he risked being killed soon afterwards as revenge. Gotti, therefore, turned to several important figures of his generation, all of whom held important positions within other big families. Doing so allowed him to indirectly attain permission for the killing. On December 16th, 1985, after being set up by Gotti & his assassins, Castellano was shot dead as Gotti watched the hit from his car. He was formally acclaimed as the new boss of the Gambino family at a meeting of 20 capos held on January 15th, 1986.
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Creatures that live forever. These animals are known to be immortal & might solve some scientific questions about the aging of humans. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 6 Ocean Quahog This edible clam species is native to the North Atlantic Ocean and renowned for its longevity. After about 25 years, a period in which the clam grows and reaches maturity, scientists have found that its antioxidant enzymes maintained stable level for more than 150 years. At the time, the researchers weren’t aware of the clam’s age, which carbon dating would later place at 507 years old. The discovery received a great deal of media attention and journalists from the Sunday Times dubbed the clam Ming. The researchers later named it Hafrun, which roughly translates as ‘mystery of the ocean’. There’s no way to tell how long the clam would have lived for if undisturbed from its natural habitat. Some have suggested that Ming might have been a rare example of biological immortality. Number 5 Nematodes Nematodes are the roundworms which account for about 80 per cent of all individual animals on our planet. They’re present in every part of the Earth’s lithosphere, including desserts, mountains and oceanic trenches. They’re also found as parasites in the bodies of many vertebrates, including, in some cases, humans. According to nematologist Nathan Cobb ‘If all the matter in the universe except the nematodes were swept away, our world would still be dimly recognizable, and if, as disembodied spirits, we could then investigate it, we should find its mountains, hills, vales, rivers and oceans represented by a film of nematodes’. In July 2018, Russian scientists collaborated with researchers from Princeton University, to analyze around 300 prehistoric worms recovered from Russia’s Sakha Republic, above the Arctic Circle. The nematodes were found in permafrost and two of them began to move and eat after being thawed. One was believed to be about 32,000 years old, the other approximately 41,700 years old. This makes them the oldest living multicellular animals on Earth. Number 4 Lobsters Research suggests that lobsters don’t stop growing, weaken or lose fertility with age. They grow through a process called ‘moulting’. This process repeats itself with greater frequency when the lobster is young and then once every two or three years after it passes a certain age. Lobsters also retain their regenerative abilities, which enable them to regrow lost limbs, into their advanced adulthood. It’s theorized that the reason these blue-blooded creatures are often cited in the discussion of biological immortality has to do with an enzyme called ‘telomerase’. The chromosomes in animal cells have long repetitive sequences of DNA at their tips, which are called telomeres. As the cell divides and the chromosome is replicated, the telomeres become shorter, in turn reducing lifespan. Number 3 Planarian Flatworms These creatures are common to many parts of the world, living in both saltwater and freshwater rivers and ponds. This is possible due to adult stem cells called neoblasts, which account for 20 per cent or more of the total cells in the planarian flatworm. They reproduce rapidly to replace older cells. The existing tissue is remodeled to restore the proportion and symmetry of the new worm that forms from a severed piece. In the 1950s two American biologists carried out memory experiments on flatworms. These experiments revealed that there’s a chemical basis for memory, which the researchers dubbed memory RNA. The working theory was that since ribonucleic acid encodes information, it might also be used to record stimuli in neurons. Number 2 Hydra The Hydra is a type of fresh-water organism, native to tropical and temperate regions. These small creatures, which only grow to about 0.39 inches in length, are among some of the most fascinating animals on Earth, for a number of reasons. Their bodies consist of a simple adhesive foot, called the basal disc and, at the free end, a mouth part surrounded by one to twelve tentacles. Each of these tentacles is coated in specialized cells with structures called nematocysts, which look like minuscule lightbulbs. Number 1 Leopard Lungfish Leopard Lungfish, also known as marbled lungfish, are found in swamps, floodplains and river deltas throughout Africa. Their bodies can grow to nearly 7ft in length, with long tails that taper at the end. Leopard lungfish also have very long and thin pectoral and pelvic fins, which are used to glide through the water. They draw their common name from the dark slate gray splotches that cover their fins and bodies, creating a marble or leopard-like pattern. These remarkable creatures have the largest known genome of any vertebrate.
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10 strangest, most bizarre crime motives! These baffling & odd criminal motivations led to unusual assaults, beatings, & slaughters. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Voiceover by Rodney Tompkins: https://www.youtube.com/c/BigBadada2012 10: Bernd Jürgen Usually when we die we are all supposed to be left to rot...unless you're the victim of Armin Meiwes, then you may end up in his frypan. Armin Meiwis was convicted for the murder of Bernd Jürgen Armando Brandes on March 9th, 2001, though the circumstances are far stranger 9: William Burke and William Hare During the 19th Century the Scottish city of Edinburgh was at the forefront of medical anatomy research, and the need for fresh corpses for dissection was in high demand. Lodging-house owners William Burke and William Hare discovered how highly profitable this practice was after one of Harris’s tenants died before paying. Burke and Hare sold the corpse to Dr. Knox (a well known anatomist) and got handsomely paid for it. After such a successful and profitable experience, Burke and Hare 8: Good luck Albinos killed Albinism is a condition that can make your life slightly difficult as you are born without any pigment in your hair, eyes or skin and can lead to several health problems including eyesight problems and higher chances of skin cancer which can shorten your lifespan. Though if you live in subsaharan Africa being albino is a death sentence from day one. There is a very ancient tradition about Albinos in Subsaharan Africa 7: Dennis Nilsen Born on November 23rd, 1945, Dennis Nilsen was a seemingly normal, gay, lonely man with necrophilic fantasies and an urge for company. After being unable to get company through normal methods Dennis went for more unorthodox ways. On December 30th, 1978 Nilsen encountered a 14-year-old named Stephen Holmes. Both drank heavily and spent the night in Nilsen's apartment. 6: Gorge Spencer Born in 1600 Gorge Spencer was a non-believer who emigrated to the New Heaven Colony in what’s today the state of Connecticut in the United States. Gorge Spencer was well known for his ugliness, his glass eyes, his baldness as well as his mischievous habits. Before arriving to the colony Spencer lived in Boston and was flogged after he was declared guilty of receiving stolen goods. In New Heaven he had a poor reputation 5: Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier are two 14 year old girls from Waukesha, Wisconsin, that on May 31st 2014, stabbed Payton Leutner in an attempt to impress the fictional character known as Slender Man and become their proxies. Morgan and Anissa were 12 at the time of their assassination attempt. They had become obsessed with the creepypasta known as Slender Man 4: Dana Sue Gray Born on December 8th 1954 Dana Sue Gray was a nurse who in 1994 had recently been fired from work and had a terrible shopping addiction. Being unable to pay her massive debts Dana found a bloodier way to buy what she wanted. Dana did not have a stable life. She had seen her mother die of breast cancer, she consumed 3: Tan Teck Soon For many people a break-up can be heartbreaking but for Malaysian man Tan Teck Soon the idea that his girlfriend Chong Kar Yin might break up with him because of a pair of chopsticks was enough to kill her and then attempt suicide. Tan and Chong had been dating for over a month and they were quite happy, but on March 7th 2009, everything turned forever for the worst. That day Tan and Chong had gone to a restaurant to eat, when Tan 2: Richard Lawrence Born in the 1800's Richard Lawrence was a housepainter who went mad and attempted to assassinate President Andrew Jackson. Richard Lawrence had immigrated to the United States at the age of twelve and had a seemingly normal childhood. Lawrence found a job as a housepainter and had a very normal life until 1832 when 1: Issei Sagawa Born in April 26th 1949 in Kobe, Japan Issei Sagawa was anything but a normal man. On June 11th 1981, he successfully killed and cannibalized Renée Hartevelt. According to Sagawa himself he suffered from cannibalistic fetishes and fantasies since a young age and had a great desire to consume human flesh, especially that of a woman. At the age of 23, in Tokyo, Sagawa attempted his first attack on a German woman. Though the woman fought back and he was charged with attempted rape. Years later Sagawa
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The dangerous effects and exposure to lead poisoning once absorbed in the body of both adults and children can leave you with permanent health problems. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Watch our “Assassin Caterpillar” video here: https://youtu.be/8wU3AU0l4dI Watch our “Camel Spider” video here: https://youtu.be/8m8w4V3PEKc What is it? Lead poisoning occurs when people inhale or ingest an unhealthy amount lead. Being exposed for a long time can cause serious health problems and even death, science says. Once it gets into your bloodstream, it's stored in your organs, teeth, bones, and tissue. Children are the most vulnerable to poisoning since they oftentimes put small objects and toys into their mouths, allowing lead to build up in their system. In addition, the developmental and growing condition of their bodies makes them absorb lead at a faster rate than adults. Where is it located? In the past, it was common to find lead in both gasoline and house paint. Nowadays it can be traced in old buildings as well as in toys and household objects manufactured before 1976. Exposure occurs when paint dust from any lead-affected object enters the air and is inhaled by those surrounding it. Lead contamination can also occur through your drinking water if the water pipes that transport your water contain any form of lead. How will it kill you? Even though products and materials today are being manufactured without any lead content, those working around high lead levels can expose and affect other people around them with whom they come into contact. Poisoning affects your health over the course of months and even years, depending on the amount of exposure. Symptoms include abdominal pain and cramps, constipation, headaches, high blood pressure, memory loss, anemia, kidney dysfunction, and permanent damage to the central nervous system. For children, lead poisoning can have even more permanent effects that lead to behavioral problems such as low IQ, hearing problems, persistent vomiting, convulsions, and coma. How to survive? The best way to prevent the toxin of lead poisoning is to reduce and avoid exposure at any time. If you suspect your house paint of containing lead, call professionals to have tests performed and remove any traces if necessary. Water pipes should also be checked to prevent contamination of your water. Those who've been poisoned must undergo chelation therapy along with treatment that includes the use of various drugs to help remove the lead from your body as fast as possible as it can take years to get it out of your system. Now what do you think is worse, and why? Being stung by an assassin caterpillar? Or being bit by a camel spider?
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7 most haunted locations in Europe! From abandoned castles to paranormal activity, these supernatural spirits & ghosts cause some of the spookiest mysteries in Europe. Today's video was done in collaboration with Nightmare Fuel! To view their “Correct Class Behavior” video, click here: https://youtu.be/HZ3RWYwZhLk Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Voiceover by Rodney Tompkins: https://www.youtube.com/c/BigBadada2012 7: The Catacombs in Paris Beneath the surface of one of the most famous cities in the world, there is a vast network of tunnels and mine shafts. The bones and skulls of over six million people are stacked in this underground maze. The decision to place the dead here was taken in the 18th century when Paris was faced with overflowing cemeteries and a series of cave-ins 6: Chateau de Brissac The tallest castle in France is home to one of the most famous ghosts in the world, La Dame Verte, or the Green Lady. At one point during the 15tt century, when he returned to the castle, nobleman Jacque de Breze found his wife Charlotte of France in bed with one of her huntsmen. The events that followed have been provided with two versions. One has Jacque killing Charlotte and her lover with a hundred strikes of his sword. The other has him strangling Charlotte in the Brissac Chapel Tower 5: The Ancient Ram Inn in Gloucester England The Ancient Ram Inn was built in 1154 and throughout the years it has served as a priest’s residence, a public house and ultimately an inn. The land on which it sits is situated at the intersection of two major Ley Lines. Certain paranormal experts claim that these lines contain a significant amount of spiritual energy. On a map these particular areas have been traced back to Stonehenge, the most famous sacred site in England. It is believed that the energy which flows through the lines feed the inn’s paranormal activity 4: Moosham Castle Also known as ‘Witches Castle’, the Moosham Castle in Salzburg, Austria dates back to the 12 century. Between 1675 and 1687 some of the most gruesome witch trials in Austrian history took place on the castle’s premises. Those found guilty of practicing witchcraft 3: The Edinburgh Castle The Edinburgh Castle is considered by many to be the most haunted fortress in the world. The castle’s bloody heritage is considered to be one of the factors behind the reports of paranormal activity. Throughout its 900 year history it has been the site of many imprisonments, executions and surprise attacks. People stricken by the plague were sent to the castle’s dungeons where they were left to die. Lady Janet Douglas of Glamis 2: Hoia-Baciu Forest The Hoia-Baciu Forest, located near Cluj-Napoca, Romania is considered by some to be the world’s most haunted forest. It was named after a shepherd that had disappeared in the area along with a flock of two hundred sheep. The forest is often referred to as Romania’s Bermuda Triangle. A number of unexplained apparitions and ghost sightings have been reported by those who ventured deep into the forest 1: Poveglia Island This small island is located between Venice and Lido in Italy’s Venetian Lagoon. When the Bubonic Plague (also known as the Black Plague) swept through the European continent in the 14th century, Poveglia, like many other small islands, became a quarantine colony. People who showed symptoms of the disease were exiled on the island. For many this would prove to be a death sentence. Those too weak to oppose resistance were burned together with the dead on giant pyres located at the center of the island. Others were buried or dumped into large pits. The fires burned once more in 1630 after the Black Death had returned to the mainland, and Poveglia again became a dumping ground for Venice’s sick and desperate. The number of people that have died on the island is so great, that its core is still lined with human remains. The charred bodies mixed with the soil to create a thick layer of ash. It is believed that more than 160.000 dead bodies are embedded in Poveglia’s land mass. Despite the island’s dark history, in 1922, a psychiatric hospital was built on its premises. Before long patients started to complain about seeing the ghosts of plague victims and that, at night, they could hear the wails and cries of tormented souls. The hospital staff ignored their complaints assuming they were hallucinations caused by their medical conditions. It is rumored that one of the hospital’s head physicians performed a series of gruesome experiments on some
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Russia's most dangerous animals: find out what these wildlife creatures & beasts in the Russian Federation are capable of doing! Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Voiceover by Rodney Tompkins: https://www.youtube.com/c/BigBadada2012 8: The Common Northern Viper These venomous creatures are found throughout Russia and inhabit a wide variety of terrain. Typically black in color, the common northern viper can reach up to 22 inches in length. Its fangs, however, are only 0.15 inches long (or 4 millimeters); not enough to penetrate jeans or even shoes. If bitten, antihistamine will prevent any further illness. Northern vipers 7: Ticks These dreaded pests are the scourge of travelers all over the world, especially Russia. Microscopic in size (with some measuring a mere 0.2 millimeters long), these abominable little beasts live along footpaths and animal trails in the more arid regions of Russia, waiting to pounce on any passing prey. Once it spots you, it burrows deep into the skin and launches it’s deadly probes into the blood vessels of its victims. This leads to cases of encephalitis (or swelling of the brain) and Lyme disease 6: The European Black Widow Also known as the Karakurt spider, this menacing creature is one of the 10 most dangerous spiders in the world and is known to have an extremely fatal bite. It's predominantly found in the Astrakhan region of Southern Russia, although it has been known to turn up almost anywhere including as far north as Moscow! These black-bodied spiders usually contain 13 scary looking red spots on their abdomen. If bitten, you can expect searing pain in as little as 15 minutes, which will eventually spread to your body and chest 5: The Russian Gray Wolf The Russian gray wolf (or Eurasian wolf) may look like a cute dog, although they're anything but! As the most common predators found throughout Russia, they are the oldest of the Old World wolves and can weigh up to 86 pounds (or 39 kilograms). With short, tawny fur coloring, the Russian gray wolf can even be found on the country's vast island networks! Living in packs, these wolves have often been dangerous to man. In Old Russia 4: The Siberian Tiger The Siberian tiger—also known as the Amur tiger—has become an endangered species as of 2007. This beautiful yet deadly creature lives along the banks of the Amur and Ussuri rivers in southeastern Russia. Weighing up to 750 pounds (or 320 kilograms), they are larger than their southern counterparts and can even grow larger than lions on occasion. If approached, they become extremely aggressive, with night vision 5 times greater than that of humans. Cases of attacks are rare but often result in death. One of the famous cases occurred in the Syr-Darya region 3: The Russian Brown Bear The Russian brown bear—also known as Mishka—is a strange and lethal creature that leaps onto its prey’s back at speeds of up to 31 miles per hour. The Komchatka brown bear—as it is fondly known—is a direct ancestor of the Kodiak Bear, the largest known bear on the planet. While standing on its hind legs, the Russian brown bear can reach 10 feet in height and carry a weight of up to 1,400 pounds 2: Polar Bears Just like their furry brown counterparts, these bears strike fear in the hearts of many. Male polar bears can reach monstrous weights of up to 1,500 pounds. Living largely in areas of open water and ice where they hunt for seals, these agile and speedy creatures will attack humans if provoked and hungry. Their killer claws and perfect camouflage make them extremely lethal. They're known to sneak into the fishing villages of Chukotka, looking for the slightest scraps of food to devour. Unfortunately, these gorgeous but deadly creatures remain endangered in the region. But this has not prevented the World Wildlife Fund from issuing concerned warnings that poaching will increase 1: The Giant Russian Boar These fearsome creatures are regarded as being even more dangerous than bears. Largely found in the watery and marshy terrains of the Amur region, the giant Russian boar has not only been known to attack people, but cars as well. While bears have excellent vision and are wary of humans, boars have poor eyesight and cannot see a person standing only 15 feet away, which often leads to an attack with little provocation! They do, however, have a superb sense of smell, which they use to find food sources buried underground. Using their tusks to cause penetrating injuries when threatened, human attacks have often resulted in fatal wounds to the thighs and lower abdomen. In 2015, Peter Manimov of Chelyabinsk decided to set foot into the forest to search for a
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These cases of identity theft will make you feel paranoid about the safety of your personal data. Let’s take a look at these creepy stories about identity fraud. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Voiceover by Rodney Tompkins: https://www.youtube.com/c/BigBadada2012 8: Britanny Ossenfort This weird case feels like something out of a creepy movie. Britanny Ossenfort first met her roommate Michelle through friends, and the two got a long together quite well. They shared a lot of similarities, and Michelle even had her hairstyle and color match Brittany’s. Things started getting a little creepy when Michelle got a tattoo on her hand that was the exact match as her roommate’s, but Brittany brushed away any weird thoughts, and the two continued living 7: Wendy Brown Wendy Brown, a 34 year old mother from Wisconsin was so desperate to turn back time and relive her youth, she did the unthinkable. One day, She showed up at Ashwaubenon High School in Wisconsin, and enrolled herself using her 15 year old daughter's identity who at that time was living with a relative outside the state. The mother got her own cheerleading outfit, and even went to a pool party with her new student friends. But when Wendy was no longer seen at class, school officials reported her for truancy 6: Nicole McCabe For three years, Nicole Sandra McCabe had been living happily with her Israeli husband in Israel. The Australian native was close to expecting her first child when she heard the news of the assassination of Hamas chief leader Mahmoud Al-Mabhouh in January 2010. The man who was wanted by the Israeli government was attacked in his hotel room in Dubai, and smothered to death with a pillow. But what shocked Nicole the most was the fact that her name was among the people implicated for the murder, and she was now on Interpol's most wanted list. The 27 year old 5: Lara Love and David Jackson The "neighbors from hell." That's how a prosecutor described Lara Love and David Jackson, a Californian couple caught in 2008 for committing a massive identity theft scheme. The two had settled in a close-knit neighborhood in Santa Cruz, and were well liked and trusted by their neighbors and relatives. They eventually used that trust to their advantage by stealing their neighbors' mail, hacking into their online networks, and stealing their credit cards. With the information of over two dozen people, they managed to scam thousands of dollars off multiple accounts. As the crime spree went on, victims noticed that they were being charged for things and services they didn't know of, and upon investigation 4: Rosa Vargas In 2004, Rosa Vargas from New York was happily making preparations for her upcoming wedding, when her marriage application was suddenly rejected three weeks before her big day. The reason, as stated by the Municipal Office, was that she was already married - not to one, but two different men, one in Mexico and the other in Ecuador. Distraught and convinced that it was some kind of mistake, Rosa and her fiancée proceeded with their marriage anyway by obtaining their license from a different jurisdiction. The strange incident was almost forgotten, but five years later an Ecuadorian man 3: Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra In 2000, the management of a Hong Kong classical venue was contacted by someone who claimed to represent the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, asking if they would be interested to have the group come perform at their place. Delighted, they agreed as the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra was internationally renowned as one of the best orchestra groups in the world. The event was publicized widely, and was even organized with the help of the Hong Kong government. 10,000 classical music fans attended 2: Frederic Bourdin One day in 1994, 13 year old Nicholas Barclay was out playing with his friends in their home town of San Antonio, Texas. The boy never returned home that day and has been missing since. Three years later, a young man appeared at the family's doorstep, claiming himself to be the long lost Nicholas. Never mind that he had a French accent, or that his eye color was different, the family took him in and genuinely believed him to be their Nicholas. He claimed 1: Arnaud du Tilh Here's another case of a legendary French identity thief, though this one occurred nearly five centuries ago. Martin Guerre was a 16th Century peasant living in the village of Artigat, in southwest France. One day, he disappeared completely after being accused of stealing grain, leaving behind his wife Bertrande, and their baby boy. Almost 9 years later, a man claiming to be Martin reappeared in Artigat. His features were similar, and he knew every detail of Martin's life. This convinced the villagers, including Martin's wife and family. So Bertrande lived together with her returned husband, and had two more children with him. The new "Martin" also inherited what was left by his deceased "father". But Martin's father
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Most bizarre historical findings of all time. These archeological discoveries turned out to be the weirdest artifacts ever found, dating back millions of years. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Some years ago, a pair of amateur archeologists using metal detectors found four mysterious golden spirals in Boeslunde, Denmark. These tiny, tightly-wound curls measured about an inch in length. The find prompted a larger archeological operation that ultimately led to the discovery of around 2,000 similar curls, totaling over half a pound of solid gold. The find dates from the Bronze Age, around 900 BC. The problem is that no one really knows what the spirals were used for. The case of the London hammer is quite puzzling. In the mid-1930s Max Hahn and his wife, while taking a walk alongside Red Creek, found a rock with some wood embedded in it and decided to take it home. Ten years later, their son opened the rock only to find a hammerhead within. The only problem was that the rock was subsequently found to be 400 million years old. The obvious question that emerged was how could a tool made of wood and iron be found in a rock that pre-dates human evolution by millions of years? One theory was that soluble minerals in the limestone had petrified around the tool forming a concretion. While the rock itself was indeed millions of years old, the minerals that petrified around the tool weren’t. Still, carbon dating on the hammerhead proved inconclusive and it hasn’t rusted at all since it was found. The Antikythera mechanism is undoubtedly incredibly complex, considering the fact that it’s at least 2,000 years old. Found in the wreckage of a Greek cargo ship at the beginning of the 20th century, the clockwork mechanism was composed of numerous bronze gears and featured various faint inscriptions on its outer casing. The mechanism could predict astronomical positions and eclipses decades in advance. It pre-dates any similar device by at least 1,000 years and nobody knows when or why this technology was lost in ancient times. In 1928, Peruvian archeologist Julio Tello found some mysterious things on the peninsula of Paracas. This bird-shaped artifact dates back to around 200 BC and was found in Saqqara, Egypt. Nobody knows the purpose of the Saqqara Bird but the more conventional theories suggest it might have been a child’s toy, a weather vane or a decorative piece placed on the masts of boats during ceremonies. Yet, others, most notably Egyptian archeologist and physician Khalil Messiha, put forward claims that ancient Egyptians had actually developed the first aircraft known to man. The sycamore wood bird supposedly represents a smaller version of a monoplane and, Khalil added, that a horizontal tailplane from the artifact had been lost. With it, the bird could reportedly function as a glider. It wouldn’t have been uncommon for ancient Egyptians to place miniature versions of their technology in tombs. Most Egyptologists usually reject Khalil’s claims. However, tests conducted by aerodynamics expert Simon Sanderson seem to indicate that Khalil was right all along. He built a replica of the bird with a stabilizing tailplane and factored in conditions similar to Saqqara in a wind tunnel. The bird performed unexpectedly well. Sanderson stated that ‘Over 2,000 years after the ancient Egyptians carved this mysterious bird, modern technology has proved beyond doubt that it could have flown’. The discovery of the Sea Scrolls is often regarded as one of the most significant finds in modern archeology. These manuscripts were discovered between 1946 and 1956 by archeologists and Bedouin shepherds near the Sea. Nobody knows for sure who wrote the scrolls. Most of the 15,000 ancient text fragments are written in Hebrew and most likely originated from a community that inhabited the West Bank around 2,000 years ago.
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Worst parents found in the animal kingdom. From scary tiny animal species to cute looking creatures that are actually bad parents. These are the most terrible animal mothers. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 9 Dracula Ant Adetomyrma venatrix is an ant species in Madagascar. Hence why this ant species is also known as the Dracula ant. After the queen gives birth to new larvae, she and the workers, will chew minuscule holes in them. Researchers aren’t sure why it happens, but it does fall in line with the social behavior of ants which involves transferring fluids to each other. Number 8 Harp Seals The harp seal is native to the Arctic Ocean and the most northern parts of the Atlantic Ocean. For the first 12 to 14 days after giving birth to their pups, harp seals are very dedicated mothers. During the nursing period, they lose over 6 pounds per day feeding their young. However, this period ends abruptly and the mother will abandon the pup on the ice and return to promiscuous mating. Number 7 Black Eagle Number 6 Lion Lionesses aren't typically regarded as bad parents of the animal world. The cubs are usually the ones most affected by these power struggles. The mothers are often helpless to keep it from happening. Number 5 Cuckoo Females will lay their eggs in other birds’ nests and use several deception tactics to get out of parenting duties. They have secretive and fast-laying behaviors which may also involve luring host birds away from their nests. Females sometimes specialize and lay eggs which closely resemble those of their chosen hosts, or cryptic eggs, which are dark in color, in contrast to those of the host. This helps hide them in darker nests. The cuckoo chick usually hatches first and grows faster than the others in the nest. Number 4 Panda The giant panda has been the subject of numerous conservation efforts, which have contributed to the recent transition of their status from endangered to vulnerable. Some reports seem to indicate that their numbers in the wild have increased and that there are close to 2,000 pandas living in Central China, in the Sichuan region but also in the neighboring Gansu and Shaanxi. Number 3 Beetle The beetle has specialized antennae which enable it to detect an animal, usually a small bird or a mouse, from a long distance. After finding one, competing pairs fight each other, males versus males and females versus females, and those that emerge victorious get to keep it. At this point the larvae are capable of feeding themselves, but their parents may also feed them as a result of begging. In order to ensure that there’s enough food for everyone the parents may practice infanticide. The most successful parents achieve a balance between the number of offspring they produce and the size that they mature into. Number 2 Barnacle Geese The barnacle goose belongs to the Branta genus, which means geese species that have largely black plumage. These animals mainly breed on the Arctic Islands, in the North Atlantic. They build their nests on high cliffs, out of the reach of predators like polar bears and Arctic Foxes. Much like all geese species, the adults don’t bring food to the young. Instead, the newly hatched goslings come down from the cliffs, under the parents’ supervision. However, they are roughly three days old and unable to fly. Number 1 African Social Spider Stegodyphus dumicola, also known as the African social spider, lives in large colonies or family groups, in Central and South America. Only about 40% percent of the females have the chance to reproduce as they mature at a slower rate than the males.
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Also known as Creutzfeldt Jakob Disease in humans, it will attack your brain and body with deadly, incurable symptoms. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Watch the scorpion video here: http://goo.gl/MYiSLm Watch the Brazilian wandering spider video here: http://goo.gl/Z6dFJS Infection from this disease always leads to death…and there is no cure. Today's video was produced due to high demand by our subscribers. If you have any other topics you'd like to learn about, be sure to write your suggestions below What is it? Mad cow disease, or bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), is a disease that affects a cow's nervous system by putting holes in its brain, causing it to become spongy and start wasting away. The disease can also affect other tissues throughout the cow's body as well as its blood, making it easily transferrable to humans. When it's transmitted in humans, it's known as Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease. Where is it located? The mad cow disease outbreak began in the United Kingdom, causing an international epidemic of the Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease. As you can see here from the dark green areas, humans were infected throughout the UK and mainland Europe as well as all of North America and some countries in the east. The light green areas show countries in which only the cows were infected without affecting any humans. How will it kill you? Humans infected by mad cow disease meat begin experiencing symptoms of dementia, memory loss, and hallucinations followed by speech impairment, jerky movements, and seizures. Post-mortem observations of victims' brains have shown tiny holes in areas where their nerve cells have died. Death is progressive and eventually happens in about six months. How to Survive: There is no cure. Some patients have been known to live for about 4-5 years after infection, although their symptoms progress as they get closer to inevitable death. Governments have taken measures to prevent transmission from cattle to humans by killing millions of high-risk cows in an attempt to get rid of the disease. Also, the USDA now requires certain cow parts to be removed from high-risk cattle that show any signs of neurological problems to prevent them from entering the U.S. food supply. Now what do you think is worse and why? Being stung by a scorpion? Or being stung by a Brazilian wandering spider?
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World’s 10 Deadliest Islands – These are the most dangerous islands in the world. These scary and deadly islands that are forbidden to visit are nature reserves are home to crocodiles, sharks, snakes and even for nuclear testing. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Watch our “11 Most Dangerous Weapons in the World” video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pt_Kzs6Mi-U&index=14&list=PLdSen-GVHIgjnpO7YPzjIOrgTl7aBQA9c Watch our “World’s 7 Deadliest Bugs” video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDf_dUh0UHQ&list=PLdSen-GVHIgjnpO7YPzjIOrgTl7aBQA9c&index=19 Watch our “11 Scary Real Life Exorcisms & Demonic Possessions” video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTUUZ9NWAQo&index=17&list=PLdSen-GVHIgjnpO7YPzjIOrgTl7aBQA9c 10. Bikini Atoll 9. Reunion Island 8. Ramree Island 7. North Sentinel Island 6. Enewetak Atoll 5. Miyake-Jima 4. Ilha da Queimada 3. Bouvet Island 2. Bear Island 1. Gruinard Island Full image attributions available here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/o4koktezwtnagxj/World%27s%2010%20Deadliest%20Islands.doc?dl=0
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The world's most dangerous mountains. These high altitudes are not easy to reach, not even for experienced mountaineers. These climbers tried to reach the peaks of the world largest mountains, such as the Mount Everest & Annapurna. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] 7 Half Dome Each year around 50,000 hikers visit the Half Dome at Yosemite National Park. The final ascend to the bald granite’s 8,844-foot summit is strenuous and features several hundred feet of nearly vertical climb. Hikers are assisted by steel cables bolted into the rocks. Even before climbing the bald giant, there are plenty of things awaiting those who choose the Mist Trail as the first leg of their hike. 6 Kangchenjunga Zsolt Eross, Hungary’s most successful high altitude climber was a mountaineer who summited 10 of the world’s 14 peaks that measure over 26,000 feet. Still, Eross continued to summit the world’s tallest peaks with a prosthetic leg. He was no stranger to the challenges that a mountain could pose and relied on his extensive experience to overcome them. However, in May 2013, Eross, his 26-year-old climbing partner Peter Kiss and three other climbers tried reaching the top of Kangchenjunga. Kanchenjunga is the world’s third tallest mountain. Situated along the border that separates Nepal and India, the mountain is known for its highly unpredictable weather patterns, extremely cold temperatures and frequent avalanches. 5 Nanga Parbat In climbing circles, Nanga Parbat is known as ‘Man Eater’. It’s one of the planet’s most technically difficult mountains and home to the Rupal Face. Measuring around 15,000 feet, the Rupal Face is the largest and most intimidating rock wall on Earth. Historically, Nanga Parbat has lived up to its reputation. The expedition was led by mountaineer, Will Merkl and it was funded by Germany. 4 Mount Everest For many people who are passionate about climbing, Mount Everest represents the supreme objective. It’s the highest mountain in the world and the crown jewel of the Himalayas, with a summit that measures a little over 29,000 feet. That’s close to the cruising altitude of a commercial airplane. Needless to say, climbing the world’s montane superlative comes with a few risks. 3 K2 K2 was named by British surveyor T.G. Montgomerie, as it was the second peak to be recorded in Karakoram mountain range. However, those that are brave enough to take on the mountain eventually come to know it by a different name. K2 has since been nicknamed the ‘Savage Mountain’ in honor of Bell. Even though it’s second to Everest when it comes to height, peaking at 28,251 feet, K2 has been described as a ‘mountaineer’s mountain’ due to the extreme difficulty of ascent. Whereas hundreds of climbers may reach the top of Mount Everest annually, K2 has often gone several years without anyone reaching its summit. In fact, because of its great height, precipitous overhangs and almost unbroken slopes of rock and ice, K2 was long considered unclimbable. 2 Annapurna At first glance some may consider Annapurna to be more approachable than the other mountains that peak over 26,000 feet. It was, after all, the first of them to be summited, in 1950 by Frenchmen Maurice Herzog and Louis Lachenal. Also, when it comes to sheer height, it’s only the 10th tallest mountain in the world. 1 Mount Washington Around 150 climbers climbed New Hampshire’s Mount Washington, since 1849. With a height of 6,288 feet at its peak, Mount Washington is situated at the intersection of three major storm tracks. What this means is that whenever bad weather comes from the northeast it can collide with storms already in effect on the mountain. This leads to unpredictable weather and temperatures that may be lower than those in Antarctica, especially when taking wind chill into account. The mountain’s west channels feature a funnel-like topography which compresses the air current as it approaches the summit. This leads to notoriously strong winds that can basically mow down climbers or swipe them off the mountain. Mount Washington boasts the highest wind speed ever recorded by a surface level weather station, at 231 miles per hour.
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From dragon-like creatures to the legend of the Chinese New Year. This is part 2 of the scariest mythical creatures. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 8 Penanggalan As the Penanggalan flies, the stomach and entrails dangle below its head. They’re sometimes depicted as moving tentacles. During the day, however, it is indistinguishable from ordinary people. Number 7 Minotaur In Greek mythology the Minotaur was a creature that had the head and tail of a bull and the body of a man. It’s said that, as he ascended to the throne of Crete, King Minos prayed to Poseidon and asked for a sign of his support. A master craftsman, by the name of Daedalus, built a wooden cow so that the queen could mate with the bull. This is how the monstrous Minotaur was born. Number 6 Nian Several traditions of the Chinese New Year are said to have been inspired by the legend of the Nian. In fact, the character “Nian” actually means “new year”. It’s described as a beast, larger than an elephant, with numerous sharp teeth and two long horns. Some say it has the body of a dog, the head of a flat-faced lion and prominent incisors. The Nian lives in the mountains or under the sea and comes out to feed at the beginning of the Chinese New Year. As terrifying of a creature as the Nian might be, it does have a few notable weaknesses. Consequently, they devised a plan to make sure the Nian would leave them alone. It involved wearing red robes as well as putting red spring scrolls and lanterns on their windows and doors. They also would bang drums and throw firecrackers. The legend of the Nian has been cited as a potential source for the Chinese lion dance as well as for the practice of wearing red and throwing firecrackers during the New Year. Number 5 Qalupalik The Qalupalik is a mythological creature which traces its origins in Inuit folklore. It’s a human-like creature, with green skin, long hair and long, sharp fingernails. According to the legend, the qalupalik lives in the sea and wears an amautik, which is a form of pouch used by Inuit parents to carry their children. Whenever children or babies disobey their parents and wander off alone, the qalupalik is said to emerge from the water to take them to the depths forever. It’s possible to hear the qalupalik before they appear as they make a distinctive humming sound. Number 4 Wyvern Wyverns are often confused with dragons and are indistinguishable from them in many cultures. Both creatures have similar heads, wings and serpentine bodies. The distinction is usually made when it comes to their limbs as dragons are typically depicted with four and wyverns with two. Number 3 Basilisk The basilisk is said to have been hatched by an old cockerel from the egg of a serpent and its appearance is a mixture of the two species. Some describe it as “the king of snakes”. It has the legs and head of a cockerel, complete with a crown-shaped crest. Its size varies, depending on the source, but most claim to have been no more than “12 fingers long”. Number 2 Cerberus In Greek mythology, Cerberus is a three-headed dog that guards the entrance. The monstrous creature is often referred to as the "Hound of Hades". He was captured by the legendary hero Heracles, in the last of his twelve labors. It was deemed an impossible task. Number 1 Medusa Medusa is the best known of the three Gorgon sisters, monstrous creatures from Greek mythology. They’re often depicted with wide mouths, large projecting teeth, big staring eyes and snakes instead of hair. They also had wings on their backs and a profound hatred for mankind.
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Places on earth no human has ever set foot on. These are incredible locations and stunning spots which have never been touched before. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 11 Mariana Trench, Pacific The ocean is the least explored place on Earth, so it's no wonder that vast portions have remained untouched by humans. One of those areas is Mariana Trench – a narrow fissure in the sea floor, located in the western part of the Pacific. The trench is the deepest known region on the planet and was formed millions of years ago. Number 10 Northern Patagonia, Chile Hosting Chile's wildest landscapes, the area hides untouched rainforests, peaks, rivers, and lakes. The field of northern Patagonia is also home to one of the largest masses of ice found outside of the polar region. Number 9 Machapuchare Mountain Machapuchare is a sacred peak for the Hindu religion. It’s said that Lord Shiva, an important Hindu deity, lives here. The ‘Fish Tail Mountain’ gets its name from the shape of the peak as seen from a certain angle. Number 8 Sarlacc Pit, Canada A giant gaping cave was found in Canada in 2018 and it was named Sarlacc Pit, after the pit-dwelling beast in Star Wars. The discovery of the cave, concealed in the ground of the British Columbia's Provincial Park, was a remarkable achievement for the explorers. Number 7 New Hebrides Trench Although we’ve reached to the sky in exploration, very few attempted to go in the other direction. We may know more today about stars and galaxies than we know about Earth’s oceans. There are more than 30 deep-sea trenches around the world and most can be found in the Pacific Ocean. In 2013 an expedition to the unexplored New Hebrides trench in the Pacific has revealed, with the help of high-tech cameras, the abundance of crustaceans and cusk eels that live more than 23,000 feet deep. Number 6 Star Mountains, Papua New Guinea The Star Mountains is a massive mountain range extending from the Indonesian border to the Hinderberg wall. It’s a network of huge limestone plateaus, up to 6,000 feet tall and 30 miles long, that protect the area. Number 5 Gamburtsev Mountains, Antarctica Mountains the size of the Alps have been found in Antarctica, entombed in ice – suggesting that the ice sheet formed more rapidly than scientists initially thought. Using gravity and radar sensors, maps were created showing details of the Gamburtsev subglacial mountains. Number 4 Yucatan Cenotes, Mexico There are thousands of cenotes all across Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, places that once were revered by the Mayans as sacred wells, and still an attraction for people worldwide. The Yucatan is characterized mainly by its limestone bedrock, a soluble type of rock that can dissolve after being exposed to water for millennia. The collapse of limestones sometimes reveals the cave underneath, thus marking the birth of a cenote. The caves fill over time with water filtered directly by the earth, creating lakes and stunning views. Since there aren’t many rivers in the Yucatan, they were once the primary source of water for the Mayans. Number 3 Gangkhar Puensum, Bhutan Gangkhar Puensum, in translation ‘White Peak of the Three Spiritual Brothers’, is the highest mountain in Bhutan, with its peak reaching almost 25,000 feet. Most of the sources say that it’s located at the border with China. However, for many years, different maps would show it as various heights and even place it in completely different locations. It’s said to be the highest mountain in the world that has still not been fully summited by man. There have been four expeditions, none of them successful due to impassable terrain and sudden weather changes. Number 2 Sahka Federal Republic, Russia One-fifth of Russia is covered by the Siberian Sakha Republic, also known as Yakutia. The major part is located above the Arctic Circle. The hard soil which is covered by permafrost, make Yakutia a deadly place to live. In July, some parts of Yakutia can reach up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit, whilst the average recorded temperature is as low as -50 degrees. Sahka is one of the few places on Earth where the mountains, rivers, and lakes are still untouched by civilization. Number 1 Tsingy de Bemahara National Park, Madagascar Tsingy de Bemahara, translating as ‘Where one cannot walk barefoot’, is a national park located in Madagascar covered in huge rock formations. With the help of the locals, a set of suspended bridges and steel cables was built, allowing the landscape to be seen from the air. However, getting to the park is still no easy feat. Located on the remote west coast of Madagascar, Tsingy de Bemahara is only accessible by a dirt road, which becomes unnavigable for six months a year during the rainy season.
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Ancient treatments - These doctors & psychiatrists came up with the weirdest options for therapy. Let's take a look at real treatments used in the past. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 8 Removal In the early 20th century, Cotton was the medical director in the New Jersey State. He became convinced that these conditions were caused by untreated health problems. He reported false cure rates of 85% and was celebrated as a medical pioneer in a historical context that lauded such research. His work was described as brilliant and as providing high hopes for the future. Number 7 Female Hysteria Inspired by the teachings of Hippocrates, Plato once compared it to a living creature that wandered throughout the female body. Time passed and female hysteria would eventually be used to diagnose most types of it that a woman might have exhibited. Number 6 Utica Crib Amariah Brigham, the first director of the New York State at Utica, disliked the popular practice at the time of restraining patients using chains, so he created a contraption that would be known as the Utica Crib. It basically consisted of a regular bed with slatted sides and a hinged lid that could be locked from the outside. There was barely enough room for patients to turn over. Patients were placed inside to calm down and the key was held by an attendant. Number 5 Insulin Therapy Introduced by Austrian-American psychiatrist Manfred Sakel in 1927, insulin therapy, also known as ICT. The procedure was developed after Sakel experimented with low doses of insulin. Either before or during it, patients would sometimes experience seizures. Sakel and other psychiatrists boasted an 80% success rate for insulin therapy but the procedure had plenty of critics. One of them argued that it made psychiatrists ‘feel like real doctors instead of just institutional attendants’. Number 4 Hydrotherapy There are various forms of hydrotherapy being applied nowadays, that involve the use of water jets, underwater massages, ice baths or mineral baths, all of which may be effective in the treatment of various conditions. Number 3 Trepanation Fortunately, science has progressed far enough so that procedures like trepanation no longer take place. Trepanation basically involved the use of an instrument to drill holes. It’s among the oldest procedures to be supported by archeological evidence. Trepanation dates back to the Neolithic period, around 7,000 years ago and there are cave paintings depicting its alleged efficiency. It was believed that, when a person acted strangely, there were things in their heads. Number 2 Lobotomy In 1949 Portuguese physician Antonio Egas Moniz was awarded a Nobel Prize for the development of the modern lobotomy. He believed that certain conditions could be cured by severing connections in the brain’s prefrontal cortex, the part of the brain that’s just behind the forehead. Moniz was inspired to adapt the procedure to patients after he’d observed it being done to chimpanzees. Prior to having their frontal lobes removed, the animals were reportedly displaying bad behavior. He then began working with an instrument called a leucotome which was inserted through holes. Moniz reported his lobotomies as successful treatments and physicians from countries like Romania, Cuba, Italy and the US began experimenting with the procedure. American neuropsychiatrist Walter Freeman, who referred to lobotomy results as a ‘surgically induced childhood’ took a step further by developing the transorbital lobotomy. He invented an instrument called an orbitoclast, which was essentially an icepick. Number 1 Bergonic Chair Electroconvulsive therapy, or ECT, is still regarded as a last resort. In the procedure, a patient is hooked up to electrodes that carry electric current. It’s the only form of therapy currently used in psychiatry. The idea that by inducing seizures medical practitioners would be able to treat it. It has been circulating since the 16th century. However, in its early days, this type of therapy was not necessarily good treatment.
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Ilha da Queimada Grande, also known as Snake Island is a place you should avoid! Let's take a look at some facts about this scary island. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 7 Ilha da Queimada Grande This island has crystal-clear waters, a lush rainforest and a mild climate that’s typically between 65 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit. From the outside, Ilha da Queimada Grande, located about 21 miles off the coast of Sao Paolo, Brazil, looks like an ideal holiday destination. The islands surface is 4,600,000 square feet and, by some estimates, there were once over 400,000 snakes. This would amount to a snake for every 10.6 square feet, which is why Ihla da Queimada Grande has appropriately come to be known as Snake Island. Today, the snake population is believed to be much lower than previous estimates. Number 6 History Despite its reputation as one of the world’s most dangerous places, the island was once populated. The name ‘Ilha da Queimada Grande’ roughly translates as ‘Big Burnt Island’. Its origins can be traced to an attempt by the local population to clear the land by deforestation. They burned off portions of the rainforest to make room for a banana plantation. A lighthouse was built in 1909 with the purpose of steering ships away from the island. Once it was converted to being automated, in the 1980s, the last human inhabitants left the island. In fact, there aren’t any mammals living on Snake Island at all. One of the most obvious questions is how the island became inhabited by so many snakes? The main theory is that, about 11,000 years ago, rising sea levels separated Ihla da Queimada Grande from mainland Brazil. The snake species that remained on the island evolved differently than the others. This allowed them to reproduce at a rapid rate and spread throughout the island. They also didn’t have much prey, as all the rodent population had disappeared, so they adapted accordingly. Their main source of food became the migratory birds which visited the island at certain times of the year. an as they could simply fly off. Number 5 Golden Lancehead The main reason why nobody’s allowed on the island is the golden lancehead. Known by the scientific name Bothrops Insularis, this snake can grow to lengths of 28 to 46 inches. It draws its common name from the elongated shape of its head, which is typical of all snakes in the Bothrops genus, and the yellowish-brown color of its underside. It’s believed that a common ancestor of Bothrops insluaris and Bothrops jararaca, the golden lancehead’s closest mainland relative, migrated to the island when the sea levels were low. Evolution would eventually split the snake into two separate subspecies. The golden lancehead has a longer tail, which is most likely an adaptation that enables it to maneuver through trees, where it does most of its hunting. Its diet mainly consists of migratory birds, and not rodents, like the jararaca’s. Even though the island is home to about 42 bird species, the golden lancehead mostly relies on two a type of flycatcher called Elaenia chilensis and Troglodytes musculus, also known as the southern house wren. Number 4 Research Bothrops insularis’ relatives, also known by the common name ‘lanceheads’ are responsible for about ninety per cent of all the snake bites in Brazil. Marcelo Duarte is a scientist with the Brazilian Butantan Institute, which studies the pharmaceutical applications of reptilians. Number 3 Outlawed That doesn’t mean that a permit to visit the island is available for anyone, provided they bring a doctor with them. The ban put in place is meant to protect both the endangered golden lanceheads and those who could be bitten. Special permission is usually granted to researchers and biologists studying this rare snake species, in the hopes of better understanding the Bothrops genus, as a whole. Number 2 Most people would regard setting foot on an island where the ground slithers with snakes as a nightmare come true. Others, however, see it as opportunity to make money. The price for a golden lancehead reportedly ranges from $10,000 to $30,000. Since these snakes are only found on Ilha da Queimada Grande, their population was affected by whatever transformations the island went through. Number 1 Legends It was inevitable that an island entirely populated by snakes would be surrounded by a fair degree of mythology.
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Top 10 most venomous snakes in the world! These toxic, highly poisonous snake species are filled loads of venom in each snake bite. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Watch the rattlesnake video here: http://goo.gl/AbKF45 Watch the tiger snake video here: https://goo.gl/7qqT9l Watch the black mamba video here: http://goo.gl/Oi726L Watch the inland taipan video here: http://goo.gl/YMsK4h These are the top 10 most venomous snakes in the world. You won't believe how poisonous #1 is! 10. Rattlesnake At number ten, we have the rattlesnake. Capable of striking at up to 2/3 their own body length, the rattlesnake is the most poisonous snake in the Americas. It's infamous for its loud, rattling noise it creates when threatened, which it uses to deter predators or warn passersby. 9. Acanthophis antarcticus At number nine, we have the Acanthophis antarcticus. Native to Australia and New Guinea, the Acanthophis antarcticus adder actually hunts and eats other snakes! Its venom has a median dose (LD50) of 0.4 mg/kg. One single bite from the Acanthophis antarcticus injects between 40-100 mg of venom into your system, which is capable of ending you in just six hours! 8. Viper Number eight is the viper. Vipers are found almost everywhere throughout the world, but are most common in Asia and the Middle East. They're extremely fast snakes. A viper bite can cause you pain for up to a month! They can also cause you to end two weeks after being bit through septicemia, cardiac failure, or respiratory failure. 7. Philippine Cobra Number seven is the Philippine cobra. Its venom makes it drop for drop one of the worst of all cobra species, which they're capable of spitting up to 3 meters far. While their bite only causes minimal tissue damage to your system, its venom can lead to respiratory paralysis and neurotoxicity within just 30 minutes! 6. Tiger Snake At number six we have the tiger snake. Australia's tiger snake delivers an extremely potent neurotoxin that can end you within 30 minutes. Its strike is extremely accurate and has a non survival rate of about 60-70%. The tiger snake's bite causes you to pass by delivering localized pain, tingling, and numbness followed by a rapid onset of breathing difficulties and finally paralysis. 5. Black Mamba Number five is the black mamba. Reaching speeds of up to 20 km/h (12.4 mph), the black mamba is known as the fastest land snake in the world. It's capable of striking up to 12 times in a row, with each bite delivering an average of 100-120 mg of venom in each bite. Black mamba bites that are left untreated have an ending rate of almost 100%! 4. Taipan Bringing up number four is the taipan. Native to Australia, the taipan's venom is potent enough to make 12,000 guinea pigs pass. Its venom is neurotoxic and causes blockage in your arteries or veins. It can end you within an hour and before the invention of antivenom, there were no known survivors of a taipan bite. 3. Blue Krait Number three is the blue krait. Blue kraits are found throughout Southeast Asia and deliver a neurotoxin 16 times more powerful than that of a cobra. Its venom causes muscle paralysis within 6-12 hours of being bit. But even if you do get treated for a blue krait's bite and manage to survive, you can still suffer from permanent coma or even brain damage due to hypoxia. 2. Eastern Brown Snake At number two, we have the eastern brown snake. Found along the major population centers of Australia, the Eastern Brown Snake is known to chase its aggressors and strike them repeatedly. Just 1/14,000 of an ounce of the eastern brown snake's venom is sufficient enough to make adult human pass, through the use of both neurotoxins and blood coagulants. 1. Inland Taipan And at number one is the inland taipan. Located in Australia where the Queensland and South Australia borders converge, the inland taipan is infamous for subduing its preys with a series of rapid, accurate strikes, delivering up to eight venomous bites in a single attack. With a median dose of 0.03 mg/kg, its venom is powerful enough to do damage to 100 humans.
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Kids who saved their parents’ lives! These awesome children rescued their moms & dads during emergencies. The child heroes saved their family at the right moment. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] 9: Jayden, Cameron, & Kaylea Moore On the night of April 11th, 2014, Rachael Moore saw her ex-partner’s car pull into the driveway of her Queensland home in Australia. She told her 5 children to go & hide. Daryl Fields then burst into the home . He grabbed Rachael & she fell to the ground. The children sprang from their hiding space. As they held him off, 10 year-old Kaylea helped her mom out of the house & called the police. 8: Angelica Riggins Tulsa, Oaklahoma: Kenneth Riggins is awakened by the sound of their dogs barking. Upon getting up, he smells fire. He quickly slams the door shut & runs to wake up his 5 year-old daughter Angelica. Angelica had recently attended a fire safety demonstration led by Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog at school & knew exactly what to do. She got on her hands & knees & crawled under the smoke. “I was really scared, but I moved as fast as I could”, she explained. 7: Sal Cicalese One night Kaitlyn Cicalese tucked her 5-year-old son into bed & went to take a shower. After getting into the shower, she had a seizure & hit her head. Her son, Sal, heard her fall & went to investigate. He found her laying on the floor. Sal collected his 2-month-old sister & carried her out to the couch. Using a step-stool, he opened the garage door, returned for his sister, then ran for the neighbor’s house. When the neighbor answered the door, he told them what had happened. The neighbor called 911 & went next door to check on Kaitlyn. 6: Roman When Roman, a 4-year-old from Croydon, UK found his mother unconscious on the floor unable to breathe, he realized something was wrong & that he needed to do something immediately. So he did what any child growing up in the age of cell phones would do: ask Siri. Roman grabbed his mom’s iPhone & tried to call for help, but the phone was locked. Having used her iPhone before to play games, he knew exactly how to unlock it. Later, Apple's CEO Tim Cook posted the news on Twitter congratulating the boy on his heroism. 5: Tregan When Jailyn got off the phone with her husband she felt her heart racing. She tried a deep-breathing technique that usually eases her heart-rhythm disorder...but today it didn’t work. Being six months pregnant & alone with her 5-year-old & 15-month-old sons, she knew that she needed help so she called her parents. When no one answered she resorted to 911. That’s when everything went black. Tregan the 5-year-old picked up the phone with the dispatcher still on the line. It wasn’t until Tregan flashed the porch lights on & off that they finally located the house. While all this was going on, Lincoln the 15-month-old son wandered outside & into a neighbor’s yard, giving the paramedics another scare. When Jailyn awoke in the ambulance, paramedics told her that her brave son had saved her life. To this day, Jailyn calls Tregan her “little super hero”. 4: J.T. Parker In July of 2017, Stephen Parker & his two sons, J.T. & Mason were working on a car in their backyard. They were taking the engine out of a Toyota Prius & had it up in the air. That’s when Stephen climbed underneath to remove the axels. Mason cut himself & went back inside the house to treat his wound, but Stephen continued removing the axels. It was at this moment that the car shifted & fell on top of him, pinning him to the ground. He called for his other son J.T. to help lift the car up, but only weighing in at 50 pounds he didn’t think the boy could manage. J.T. began jumping up & down on the jack. 3: Kane O'Connor 8-year-old Kane O’Connor was deep asleep when he was awoken by the smell of smoke & the heat of flames. "I couldn't breathe & I felt the fire hitting my head.” He ran into his parents's room, woke them up, & told them the house was on fire. The family managed to escape unharmed. The cause of a fire was ruled an accident & blamed on a space heater in Kane’s bedroom. Kane said that when he saw the fire he instinctively knew what to do. He was honored as a hero at his school. 2: Joe Ellingworth While listening to his health class teacher instruct them on CPR, Joe Ellingworth thought about zoning out, but decided he'd better pay attention. Luckily, Joe remembered what they taught him in class. He told his mom she can do it & instructed her in exactly what to do. 1: Maddie Weiler While on vacation at Busch Gardens, Brandie Weiler & her two daughters, Maddie & Millie spotted a car accident in the road in front of them. Paul Salsman—the man responsible for the accident—fled his vehicle & went toward the Weiler family van. She watched as Salsman reached through the window, unlocked the door, & climbed inside.
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Scientists made stunning discoveries that helped us find out more about the human evolution. Here are 8 extinct human species. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Naledi In 2013, about 1,500 fossil specimens of this extinct human species were found in the Rising Star cave complex, about 31 miles northwest of Johannesburg, in South Africa. The fossils were dated to about 250,000 years ago, placing them in the same time frame as the emergence of anatomically modern humans. Naledi shared some features with other members of the genus, including cheek teeth and similar jaws and feet. Other physical features such as the femur, pelvis or the size of the brain were more similar to those of Australopithecus, a hominin species. Floriensis The hominin species was found on an Indonesian island called Flores. The hominin order includes creatures that are closer to humans than chimpanzees or earlier creatures, such as Australopithecus. However, the origins of floriensis remain a mystery and the subject of an ongoing debate. Genetics, certain physical attributes as well as the timeframe of their existence seemingly support the latter. Rudolfensis It reflects the link between archaic humans, such as Neanderthals and Denisovans, and their more primitive ancestors. Rudolfensis is only known from a handful of fossils found in Africa so it’s hard to classify them as a species. There have been proponents in the scientific community that it should be considered as part of habilis. Habilis This human species is believed to have been the first to emerge in the genus. In 1964 the name Habilis was proposed, which means “handy man”. This archaic human was the first to use flaked stone tools. They were more advanced than any of the tools previously used. habilis was short, on average 4’3”, and its arms were disproportionately longer when compared to modern humans. Its brain size was between 34 and 42 cubic inches, about 50% larger than that of its more ape-like predecessors. Erectus Erectus is regarded as a possible direct ancestor of sapiens. Its earliest fossils, which were discovered at a site in Dmanisi Georgia, date to about 1.8 million years ago. Sapiens have been around for roughly 250,000 years. Erectus, or the “the upright man” marked an important transition in posture to bipedalism. From an evolutionary perspective, it separated from its ancestors, in east Africa, about 3 million years ago. Erectus had a greater brain capacity than habilis and it stood at an average of 5’10”. They were very slender, with long arms and legs. There’s archaeological evidence that indicates they cooked their food. Heidelbergensis Heidelbergensis is an archaic human named after Heidelberg, Germany, the town where the first fossils where discovered. A mandible was found in 1907. Based on the archaeological evidence from Africa and Europe, Heidelbergensis was responsible for a number of firsts with humans. They were right-handed, which is typically associated with the development of language in hominins. The fact that they didn’t have air sacs is believed to have been an important trait for the evolution of vocal language. Heidelbergensis had a larger build, which enabled it to adapt to cooler temperatures. It’s sometimes referred to as the last common ancestor of modern humans and Neanderthals. Denisova A DNA analysis of Denisovans indicates that they were genetically different from both Neanderthals and modern humans. It’s believed that they were extremely robust, perhaps similar to Neanderthals in build and that, like them, they interbred with sapiens. This was discovered through a DNA analysis of the toe. It’s possible that Denisovans, Neanderthals and related hybrids dwelt in the Denisova Cave, in Siberia for thousands of years. However, it isn’t clear if they ever cohabitated. Neanderthalensis Neanderthalensis, commonly known as the Neanderthal, inhabited Eurasia from 400,000 to 40,000 years ago. They were eventually assimilated or replaced by sapiens. This most likely happened after the former migrated out of Africa, about 70,000 years ago. This is reflected in the genome of certain populations. The earliest known modern human in Europe was found in a cave in Romania and it had craniofacial features similar both to Neanderthals and modern humans. They had shorter legs, bigger bodies and were typically stockier than modern humans. They were comparable in height but much stronger than modern humans. Evidence suggests they owned a similar speech range to that of modern humans, although the patterns for communication are unknown. They decorated caves and objects with designs, natural pigments as well as feathers or shells. The discovery of a flute-like instrument at a site in Slovenia may suggest that they also made music, although this has been contested.
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Disgusting things found in food! Shocking things found in unhealthy fast food. Products you don't want order in restaurants or buy at supermarkets! Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] 20 Frog in a Frozen Vegetable Bag In 2010, the Hoffman family from Grand Ledge, Michigan bought a bag of frozen vegetables from their local supermarket. Inside the bag they were shocked to find a frog. 19 Mouse in Baked Beans In December 2011, a costumer of Sainsbury’s, the popular UK grocery chain, found a mouse inside a can of store-brand baked beans. 18 Black Widow Spider The last place you’d expect to find one of these creepy crawlers is in your food. Unfortunately for Boston resident Jorge Fuentes, that is exactly what happened. He found a black widow in a bag of grapes he’d purchased from a supermarket chain. 17 Razor Stephanie Granger bought ice cream in 2011, from a Walmart in Kilgore, Texas. Inside she discovered a razor. Apparently when Granger reported the find to a Walmart representative, she was told, ‘I’m sorry. I hope your days get better’. 16 Human Tooth A British woman found a human tooth in a block of cheese purchased from Sainsbury’s in the UK. The supermarket chain assured her that a proper investigation would be conducted. 15 Snake Head In 2009, John Pendleton was waiting for his order at TGI Fridays in Schenectady, New York. When his meal arrived, he noticed an extra ingredient in his broccoli in the form of a snake head. 14 Human Skin A Florida man got more than he’d paid for while having a meal at an Arby’s restaurant. It was later revealed that the restaurant manager had accidentally cut his finger while slicing lettuce. 13 Pizza-Hut Ken Wieczerza was enjoying a large Pizza Hut Supreme Pizza when he felt something strange in his mouth. He soon found out that an extra ingredient had been baked into the crust of his pizza. He tried complaining to the restaurant’s management, but was ignored. The man then went to the media with his story. 12 Cockroach Cockroaches are the prime nightmare of any restaurant. It’s much worse when one of them turns up in your food. His compensation for this disgusting experience. A free breakfast coupon. 11 BLT When Susan Mosher received her order of BLT & fries from a Cracker Barrel in Houston, Texas, she couldn’t help but notice that the contents of her plate didn't look like a proper meal. Understandably horrified, the woman complained to Cracker Barrel management. 10 Glass in Baby Food According to a report from the New York Times, in 1986, a woman from Brooklyn New York noticed that her baby was spitting out the Gerber baby food she was giving him. 9 Chicken Head A Virginia woman found a chicken head in a box of wings. She didn’t notice the chicken head at first & she was on the verge of eating it, when her 8-year-old son told her to stop. She was offered free meals for two weeks as compensation but refused. 8 Finger Clarence Stowers, a North Carolina resident, encountered something while enjoying a container of Kohl’s frozen custard. According to USA today, Stowers didn’t know what he’d discovered at first & put the digit into his mouth believing that it was a piece of candy. 7 Frog inside Pepsi Can It didn’t take long for Fred DeNegri to realize that there was something wrong with his Pepsi. The texture was thick & slimy & the flavor was rank. After shaking the contents of the can, DeNegri claimed that something resembling pink linguini came out. 6 Subway Sandwich In 2008, New Yorker John Agnesini made a startling discovery upon biting into his Subway Sandwich. Inside the loaf of bread was a 6-inch serrated knife. It’s fairly hard to imagine how someone could have baked the knife into the sandwich by accident. 5 Needle Sandwich US Army Staff Sgt. Craig Bartholomew bought a Burger king Triple Stacker from a restaurant in Hawaii. 4 Hot-Dog In 2004 California resident Olivia Chanes found an item in a hot-dog she’d purchased from the snack bar at Costco. She’d bitten down on something hard. 3 Ice Cream Surprise In 2008, Ian Macdonald, the Australian food minister at the time, confirmed that something had been found in the chocolate gelato offered to patrons of a Sydney pub. 2 Clam Chowder In 2002 a woman from Irvine, California, discovered a disgusting item that had somehow ended up in her bowl of clam chowder. While enjoying the dish, she started chewing on something of a rubbery texture. She’d initially assumed that it was calamari or some other type of chewy sea food. 1 Steak German tourist Axel Sanz-Claus went through a gut-wrenching incident involving a 40 dollar fillet mignon at the Bull & Bear Restaurant in New York’s Waldorf-Astoria hotel. After rinsing his mouth with brandy, Sanz-Claus rushed to the nearest hospital, where the doctors confirmed his disgusting discovery.
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What happens to your lungs after smoking is harmful. For the first time smokers out there, do not take up this habit, as its effects are highly addicting and deadly. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Subscribe to Bored Badger: http://goo.gl/LAjy5o What is it? Smoking is the act of inhaling and exhaling, or blow out, the smoke of burning tobacco or other plants. The most common products smoked worldwide are tobacco products in the form of cigarettes, which are built from thin pieces of paper, dried leaves of the tobacco plant, and other toxic components such as toluene, arsenic, and ammonia. Other commonly smoked tobacco products are cigars and pipe tobacco. Where is it located? Smoking didn’t gain worldwide recognition until the late 19th century, when cigarette-making machines were churning out about 200 cigarettes per minute. But smoking dates back to the ancient civilizations, where they were used for rituals and religious purposes. They were also widely used during the World Wars, where they were given to soldiers for free as a morale booster. These days, smoking is prevalent all throughout the world. Although some countries have ran heavy campaigns against this practice, consumption is still high. America and many European countries have experienced a slight decrease in smokers thanks to these campaigns while new anti-smoking experiments have started appearing in Latin American, African, and Asian countries as well targeting kids and adults of all ages. How it will kill you? Smoking can cause severe physiological damage to your body. When you smoke, the toxic components of tobacco products are burned and enter your body through your lungs, which then make its way throughout the rest of your body via the bloodstream. Common side effects include gum infection, pneumonia, asthma, and aging while some of the more severe and lasting effects include heart attack, chronic kidney disease, lung cancer, and leukemia. The average smoker tends to live 14 years shorter of a life than a non-smoker. How to survive? The best way for smokers to live a healthier life is to stop smoking. This can be done through the use of nicotine gum or patches such as Nicorette, programs to help you quit, or just going cold turkey. Those who decide to quit will start seeing positive results after just a month. After a year, they’ll have reduced their health risks by up to 50%. A study from the American Cancer Society shows that people who quit smoking before the age of 35 are less likely to experience 90% of the negative effects associated with it. Commitment and consistency are necessary for those who wanna quit, and there are centers worldwide than can help you.
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Scariest prehistoric animals! From huge dinosaur species to scary sea creatures. These are terrifying extinct creatures that actually existed. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou 13 Megatherium It’s fairly hard to imagine the present day sloth, with its slow & lazy demeanor, as a scary creature. However, its Pleistocene ancestor, the Megatherium, didn’t look so cute. In addition to being roughly the same size as a modern day elephant, it had large claws & scientific evidence suggests that it was even capable of bipedal locomotion. 12 Azhdarchid Once believed to be a species of winged dinosaur, this prehistoric animal was in fact closer related to the gigantic marine creatures that lived around the same time, during the Cretaceous Period. The Azhdarchid was a species of large flying reptiles known as Pterosaurs. 11 Therizinosaurus The feature that makes the Therizinosaurus so scary is not its massive size of 33 feet in length & up to five tons in weight but the enormous claws on each of the three digits on its front limbs. They are believed to have reached 3.3 feet in length, making them the largest claws of any known animal. 10 Daeodon With a massive head that could grow up to 3 feet in length, strong neck muscles & a large bulky body, the Daeodon was the last & largest of the entelodonts, an extinct family of pig-like omnivores. These creatures roamed the Earth approximately 37 million years ago & stood as high as 6.5 feet at the shoulder with slender hooved legs that were built for speed. They had full sets of teeth which included molars, heavy incisors & large canines. 9 Meganeura An ancestor of the modern-day dragonfly, the Meganeura is one of the largest known flying insects. It had a body length of approximately one foot & a wingspan that measured around 26 inches. It is believed that the Meganeura was carnivorous & predatory, feeding on other insects, amphibians & small invertebrates. 8 Jaekelopterus This terrifying creature was the top predator of the waters it inhabited. The Jaekelopterus is currently the largest arthropod ever discovered with a total length that exceeded eight feet, making it larger than a fully grown human. Also known as ‘the giant sea scorpion’ this alien-looking creature had a segmented body with multiple specialized limbs, some of which featured spikes. 7 Dunkleosteus Today our oceans are home to many scary creatures, but around 360 million years ago, when the Dunkleosteus swam their waters, the situation was much different. One component that added to the reputation of the Dunkleosteus was its sheer size. The Dunkleosteus terrelli, the largest of the species, measured up to 30 feet in length & weighed over a tone. 6 Megalania Even though Komodo dragons are currently the biggest lizards on the planet, they still pale in comparison to their prehistoric ancestor, the Megalania, considered the largest terrestrial lizards ever discovered. Also known as ‘The Giant Ripper Lizard’ this beast inhabited southern Australia during the Pleistocene. 5 Gigantopithecus Yeti, Sasquatch & other mythical ape-like creatures would most likely pale in comparison to the Gigantopithecus. This genus of ape is believed to have existed as recently as one hundred thousand years ago in the area that is now India, China & Vietnam. It same geographical location & the same time frame as several hominin species. 4 Livyatan melvillei Its name was inspired by a biblical monster & by Herman Melville, the author of ‘Moby Dick’, a novel about a giant whale. When considering the etymology of its name, it’s not hard to imagine what Livyatan melvillei might have looked like. It was similar in size to a modern day sperm whale, measuring up to a staggering 57 feet in length, with an average skull size of 9.8 feet. 3 Liopleurodon An apex predator of the Middle to Late Jurassic Period this marine reptile weighed as much as 3,700 pounds & measured up to 23 feet. Despite their enormous proportions, these creatures were good swimmers, using a four-flipper propulsion mode typical of the Plesiosauria order that they belonged to. 2 Sarcosuchus Because of its long body & scaly appearance the Sarcosuchus bore a resemblance to the modern day crocodile. Nicknamed SuperCroc, this animal was not actually a crocodile but had many of the same terrifying features. These included muscular tails, powerful jaws & muscles, sharp teeth & plates, known as osteoderms that covered the creature’s body from head to tail. 1 Arthropleura Many people are terrified of insects & bugs especially of those larger in size. However, none of the creepy-crawlers that are around today can compare to the creatures that lived around 300 million years ago that belonged to that Arthropleura genus. They are the largest known land invertebrates ever discovered.
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10 pets that took their owners' lives! From pitbulls to exotic snakes, these domesticated animals ended up as dangerous pets. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Watch our “Shocking Donald Trump Scandals” video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQneGx3YXug&index=44&list=PLdSen-GVHIgjnpO7YPzjIOrgTl7aBQA9c Watch our “Clintons: Killing Their Way to the Top?” video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnnrEltSIAI&list=PLdSen-GVHIggIlRFoznrIu_vAV5ah70CM&index=26 Watch our “9 Heartless Bullies That Went Too Far” video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HY61TckjYrw&list=PLdSen-GVHIgh-yxysS-2bNtbvhzLxvSw9&index=59 Voiceover by Rodney Tompkins: https://www.youtube.com/c/BigBadada2012 10: Pit Bull Dog In August 2016, a 60 year old woman by the name of Susan Shawl was viciously mauled by her two pit bulls at her home in Conifer, Colorado. Her adult son Richard who tried stepping in also got injured, and had to call 911 for help. When rescuers arrived, the dogs were no longer aggressive, but the elderly woman was already drawing her final breaths. Richard who survived the attack, had no idea what prompted the pit bulls 9: Black Widow Spider When they entered the place, they found the corpse of Mark Voegel, the home owner, covered in cob webs, with hundreds of spiders crawling all over his body and in and out of his mouth, ears, and nose. In addition to the creepy crawlies, Mark's body was being snacked on by hungry snakes, termites, and a gecko 8: Red Deer Gerald Rushton had been raising a European red stag since it was a faun, along with other exotic animals in his property in Harrison County, Texas. He had been ignoring the advice of wildlife officials to get rid of the stag as it was an exotic animal unsuitable for domestication. In November 2010, as Gerald entered the stag's pen 7: Domestic Hog In September 2012, Terry Vance Garner, an elderly farmer went to feed his herd of hogs on his Oregon Ranch. The man never returned. When family members went looking for him, they were shocked to find bits and pieces of his body scattered throughout 6: Hippopotamus Years ago, a baby hippo was saved from a flood in South Africa. Marius Els, an army major, then bought the hippo at the age of five months after it grew too big for the people who first took it in. Named Humphrey, the creature would grow into a 1 ton adult hippo on Marius' 400 acre farm in Free State province. Marius 5: Black Bear Michael Walz was a dealer of exotic pets who had been keeping wild animals in his home without a valid permit. His wide collection included a lion, jaguar, tiger, and a black bear, all looked after by Michael himself and his wife Kelly. In October 2009, Kelly Walz entered the black bear's steel cage. She distracted the 350 pound creature with some food she tossed at one end, and went to clean 4: Burmese Python Snake In 1996, two Bronx teenage brothers named Grant and Lamar Williams bought a Burmese python for 300 dollars at a local pet store, thinking to make a career in herpetology - or the study and care of reptiles. They kept it caged in their bedroom, often showing it off to friends. One day the 19 year old Grant Williams prepared to feed his 44 pound snake with live chicken he just bought 3: Camel This case itself is unusually disturbing for this list. Unlike the other murderous animals mentioned, this animal killed his owner by trying to have sex with her. Pam Weaver, an exotic pet lover from Australia was given a camel by her husband for her 60th birthday. The ten month old camel showed signs of erratic behavior early on, having tried to mate with other animal species in the family's sheep 2: Siberian Tiger As chairman of the Canadian Exotic Animal Owner's Association, Norman Buwalda was a big advocate for keeping wild animals as pets. The man had 5 wild cats he kept on his property in Ontario, including a tiger, lion, and a cougar. In June 2004, a ten year old boy came to his property to take photos of the exotic creatures on Norman's property, only to get mauled by the Siberian tiger held 1: African lion Al Abell and his wife Kathie had established an exotic animal exhibition farm tucked in southern Illinois. The private zoo was something the couple had dreamt of for years, and were finally able to establish in their retirement age. The couple would go on to manage the place together, but fate took a turn for the worst in February 2004 when Al was left to tidy the animal pens on his own as his wife left to run errands. The 52 year old man entered the pen
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CREEPY ghost sightings! Some of this paranormal activity was even caught on camera. Watch these terrifying, supernatural encounters with spirits as they haunt the the living. Watch our “Worst Forms of Capital Punishment” video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93-tvcgrST8&list=PLdSen-GVHIgjnpO7YPzjIOrgTl7aBQA9c&index=48 Watch our “4 Unhealthy Habits Worse Than Smoking” video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2v004d2_Pw&index=27&list=PLdSen-GVHIggIlRFoznrIu_vAV5ah70CM Watch our “Obesity Will Kill You” video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SGwvW_r-_I&t=10s&list=PLdSen-GVHIgj3bhoMIUGBDhaz9tZZyo95&index=49 Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 7: Anne Boleyn Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII, was sentenced to death on the 19th of May, 1536, after being accused of incest, adultery and witchcraft. The executioner reportedly asked ‘Where is my sword?’ before carrying out the sentence, in order to ease her anticipation of the fatal moment. He then decapitated her with a single blow. Many historians believe that Anne Boleyn had been wrongfully 6: The Grey Lady Dudley Castle is one of the most famous haunted locations in England. ‘The Grey Lady’ is a strange apparition and a frequent paranormal occurrence on the castle’s premises. Many believe that she is the ghost of Dorothy Beaumont. In 1645, Dorothy gave birth to a baby girl, whom she named Frances. Unfortunately, Frances only survived for a few months and Dorothy was never able to find peace after her death. During the Parliamentarian siege of the castle in 1646, Dorothy passed away 5: Freddy Jackson In 1975 retired Royal Air Force officer, Sir Victor Goddard published a group picture of the men who had been part of the HMS Daedalus training facility during the First World War. The picture also features a ghostly face who many believe to be that of Freddy Jackson. What is particularly unusual is that Freddy Jackson’s funeral had taken place two days before the picture was taken 4: Alcatraz Prison During the time it served as a Federal Penitentiary, Alcatraz housed some of the most feared gangsters, bank robbers and murderers in the history of the United States. Among lesser known inmates, there were also famous criminal figures such as Al Capone, Alvin Karpis and Machine Gun Kelly. For a long time, Alcatraz has had the reputation of being haunted. In the 1940’s a prisoner from cell 14D screamed throughout the night that he was being attacked by a creature with red glowing eyes. The guards ignored his screams, assuming they were part of a ploy to attempt an escape. The following day, they found that the man had been strangled 3: The Ghost at Waverly Hills Sanitarium Before the modern cure for Tuberculosis was discovered, The Waverly Hills Sanitarium was a treatment facility for those stricken by the disease. The legends surrounding the sanitarium describe the use of painful treatment methods which the patients rarely survived. The facility operated between 1910 and 1961. It is said that during this time, the tunnel bellow it, which was initially intended for the disposal of unnecessary materials, was eventually used as a ‘dead body chute’. In order to conceal the ineffective treatment methods which reportedly claimed the lives of more than 8000 patients 2: The Hanging Ghost At one point in the 1950s, the Cooper family had just moved into an old house in Texas when they decided to take a picture in order to commemorate the moment. After the photograph taken by Mr. Cooper was developed, the result terrified the family. The image showed Mrs. Cooper, their two young boys with their grandma but also something else. A figure with an indistinctive blackened-out face can be seen hanging upside down in the left of the picture. 1: The Amityville ‘Ghost Boy’ One of the most famous ghost sightings in recent history is connected to a picture taken inside the famous Amityville house, in 1976. The picture shows a young boy with white eyes looking into the camera from a crouching position, behind the staircase rail. Two years before the picture was taken, Ronald Defeo Jr. had murdered his mother, father, his two brothers and two sisters in the house. However, the killings took place under strange circumstances. According to the police, the weapon Defeo used was a .35 caliber lever action rifle. When interviewed by the police, neighbors denied having heard any gunshot sounds, even though they lived close to the house. Moreover, the six victims were found
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Frightening animals that are shockingly harmless! From crocodiles to spiders - these creepy looking creatures are no harm to humans! Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] 11: The Giant African Millipede The Giant African Millipede can grow up to 15 inches long, 4 inches wide, & have over 200 legs. While you might not want to find one lurking in your house, this enormous insect is nothing more than a gentle giant. Their body is made up of multiple segments, with four legs in each section, & an adult millipede can have as many as 40 segments. Giant African Millipedes are native to rainforests in Western Africa. 10: The Thorny Dragon The thorny dragon is a small, unique Australian reptile covered in spikes. Its pointy spikes & strange shaky movements give it a scary appearance. In reality, thorny dragons are passive predators who only eat ants. They sit & wait until an ant colony passes by & reach out to eat them with their long tongue. They can eat thousands of ants per day despite their small bodies. One of the most interesting things about it is how they drink water. They have the ability to absorb water from any part of their body & transport it to their mouth. 9: The Gharial Gharials are a type of Asian crocodile found only in Nepal & India. In the past, they were found in all of the major rivers of the Indian Subcontinent, but due to river pollution their numbers have declined drastically. It's estimated that less than 300 gharial exist today. Marked by their long, thin snouts, they can grow up to 15 feet long & weigh 2,000 pounds. 8: The Atlantic Wolffish The Atlantic wolffish gets its name from its long, sharp teeth. What makes it even more intimidating is that it has three more sets of teeth on the roof of its mouth used for crushing the shells, which include crustaceans, sea urchins, & molluscs. They can be up to 39 in. long & are found in the Northern Atlantic Ocean. 7: The Aye-Aye Although they look like large rodents, they’re actually part of the primate family & more closely related to chimpanzees, apes, & humans. They’re found only on the island of Madagascar, where they’re considered to be bad. 6: The Basking Shark The basking shark is the second largest fish in the world, second only to the whale shark. It can grow up to thirty feet in size & its dorsal & pectoral fins can grow as long as six feet. It has a cone-shaped head & a gaping mouth that can open as wide as three feet across. They’re found in waters all over the world, both cold & warm & are known to enjoy swimming close to shore to bask in the sun. 5: The Camel Spider Camel spiders which are a type of arachnid but not actually a spider, began to get a bad reputation during the year 2003. Rumors spread that they could grow to be half the size of a fully-grown adult & run just as fast. Scary pictures of giant spiders circled the internet. In reality, they only grow up to six inches & about two ounces in weight. They have two claws that come to a point at the top of their bodies that they use to catch small birds, insects, lizards, & rodents. 4: The Manta Ray Manta Rays often get a bad reputation because they look similar to stingrays, but there exist some important differences between the two. First, manta rays have a much longer life span & are much larger than stingrays. They can live to be up to 100 years old & there's been reports of manta rays with wing spans measuring up to 27 feet! Manta rays are one of the most curious creatures of the ocean & scientists still have a lot to learn about their behavior & intelligence. They’re known to have the largest brains of all marine fish. 3: The Goliath Birdeater According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the Goliath Birdeater is the largest spider in the world in terms of body size. Its leg span can grow up to 30 centimeters & weigh six ounces, which is about the size of a small puppy. While its giant fangs & intimidating, furry body make it look creepy, it's actually a shy & passive animal that wants nothing to do with humans. 2: The Milk Snake The Milk snake is scary, because it looks almost identical to the Coral & Copperhead snake. It's ability to look like other snakes protects them. Milk snakes are brightly coloured, measure between 14 & 69 inches long & are found throughout North, Central, & South America. Their alternating bands of color only slightly differ from their cousins. 1: The Tailless Whip Scorpion The tailless whip scorpion has the appearance of being a cross between a spider & a scorpion. And, while they're part of the arachnid family, they’re actually neither. With eight legs, two of which serve as sensory organs & six of which are used for walking, they can grow from 25 to 85 mm in length. They’re passive predators that mostly feed on insects.
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Scariest prehistoric animals! These terrifying sea creatures & dinosaurs are extinct, but lived millions of years ago. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] 11 Diplodocus Sauropods are mostly depicted as gentle giants, which isn’t far from the truth for these enormous herbivores. Nevertheless, they did own some features that made them quite frightening. Sheer size was one of them, as these were among the largest known dinosaurs, with weights that exceeded 100 tons and lengths that often surpassed 100 feet. 10 Deinocheirus Deinocheirus is part of a dinosaur family that superficially resembled present-day ostriches. It’s full name ‘Deinocheirus mirificus’ is derived from Greek and it means ‘horrible hand’. Each of its three-fingered hands featured massive blunt claws. It’s been theorized that the Deinocheirus might have used its claws as defensive weapons or to tear apart large dinosaurs. 9 Crassigyrinus This scary aquatic animal looked like a cross between a salamander and a moray eel. It had four stunted legs, a long sinuous body and a massive head with unusually large jaws that featured long, sharp teeth. Rarely exceeding 6 feet in length, but that didn’t mean it wasn’t an apt predator. 8 Arctodus Even when it stood on all fours, Arctodus, also known as the short-faced bear, was tall enough to look an adult human in the eye. This was due to its long legs which enabled it to reach running speeds between 30 and 40 mph. It’s been theorized that the bear would hunt down Pleistocene herbivores, like saiga antelopes and wild horses, using a cheetah-like technique. 7 Nothosaurus The Nothosaurus lived during the Triassic period and it’s believed that it had a lifestyle similar to today’s seals. That may sound harmless enough, except for the fact that this creature could reach lengths of up to 25 feet and basically looked like a giant swimming lizard. As a semi-oceanic animal, it had a long tail and webbed toes which it used to quickly propel itself and steer through the water. 6 Pulmonoscorpius Its name literally translates as ‘lung scorpion’ and it’s a predatory arachnid from the early Carboniferous period, around 330 million years ago. Its fossils were found at a quarry in Scotland. This ancient scorpion species dwarfed its present-day successors with a total body length that could reach 2.5 feet. 5 Gorgonopsia Gorgonopsians roamed the Earth roughly 250 million years ago and became the apex predators of the late Permian. These animals had a gait similar to a crocodile’s high-walk which enabled them to be faster than their prey. Their most prominent feature was their long saber-tooth canines. 4 Meganeuropsis Those who are scared of insects should be glad this creature from the Permian period isn’t still around today. A distant relative of today’s dragonfly, Meganeuropsis permiana is basically the largest insect that ever lived. It had a total body length of close to 17 inches and a wingspan of approximately 28 inches. It may have even preyed on animals as large as frogs, for sustenance. One theory is that the meganeuropsis was able to grow so large because, at that time, the planet’s oxygen levels were much higher. 3 Carnotaurus This was one of the scariest animals of Late Cretacious period. This is evident by the name ‘Carnotaurus’ which is derived from Latin and translates as ‘meat-eating bull’. Like the notorious T-Rex, the Carnotaurus was part of the theropod family, which generally consisted of large bipedal carnivores. 2 Mosasaurs Before they went extinct about 66 million years ago, large mosasaurs were the dominant marine predators. Their bodies resembled that of modern monitor lizards only more adapted for swimming with paddle-like members and broad tails which may have had large flukes at the end. Like some snake species, they had flexible skulls and double hinged jaws that enabled them to swallow their prey almost whole. 1 Helicoprion Helicoprion lived in the world’s oceans during the early Permian, around 290 million years ago. This shark-like fish would average 25 feet in length and weigh close to half a ton. Instead of the tooth placement that is typical for most of today’s fish and sharks, the helicoprion had a tooth whorl, similar to a circular saw. As the fish got older, the smaller teeth were pushed to the center of the whorl by larger, newer teeth.
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The inland taipan is the most venomous snake in the world. Its venom drop for drop is by far the most toxic of any snake. One bite contains enough lethality to kill 100 full grown men. It's called the inland taipan, and here's what you need to know to survive an attack. What is it? The inland taipan (Oxyuranus microlepidotus)--also known as the western taipan, the small-scaled snake, or the fierce snake--is a dark tan snake ranging from a rich, dark hue to a brownish light-green depending on the season. It averages about 1.8 meters (5.9 ft) in length, or the size of an average male in Sweden. Unlike most venomous snakes that strike with a single bite then wait for their prey to die (such as the king cobra or black mamba), the inland taipan is known to subdue their prey with a series of rapid, accurate strikes. It can deliver up to eight venomous bites in a single attack. Where is it located? The inland taipan is found in Australia where the Queensland and South Australia borders converge. They inhabit deserts and black soil plains in semi-arid regions with little cover or vegetation. They use the deep cracks and fissures formed the in the soil to escape predators and the heat. How will it kill you? Measurements of the inland taipan's toxicity levels have proven to make it the most venomous snake in the world with a fatality rate of over 80% if a bite is left untreated. The first symptoms of a bite include nausea, dizziness, vomiting, and collapse or convulsions. This then leads to major organ effects such nerve damage, blood clotting disorder, and kidney damage, all of which ultimately lead to death. The venom acts fast and usually kills a person within 45 minutes of being bit. How to survive: The most effective way of treating an inland taipan bite is through the use of a polyvalent antivenom, or broad spectrum antivenom. This is a combined antivenom used to treat bites of any unidentified snake in Australia. Is is possible to survive a bite without the use of antivenom, although the survival rate of this is low and the victim would have a high likelihood of suffering considerable muscle and heart damage. So which wildlife TV personality handled an inland taipan on his show? Steve Irwin, or "The Crocodile Hunter," handled an inland taipan as it made several attempts to bite him in the face. So would you rather…be bit by the inland taipan? Or be poisoned by the suicide tree?
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There are many gifted ballerinas in the world who tragically had to end their careers due to a number of factors. Let's take a look at what happens when Ballet goes wrong. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 8 Emma Livry On November 15, 1862, the 20-year-old was rehearsing for a show in which she played the title role. During her second-act entrance, Livry shook out her skirts, which caught fire on a gaslight. She burst into flames, clasping the burning material to her torso, out of modesty. Livry ran across the stage three times before other dancers and firemen extinguished the flames that had engulfed her body. The doctors in attendance examined her and found that pieces of her costume had melted into her flesh. Number 7 Anna Pavlova Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova is one of the best-known figures in ballet history. The ‘Dying Swan’ role, created alongside choreographer Mikhail Fokine, has inspired ballerinas for decades. Pavlova danced with the Imperial Russian Ballet and the Ballets Russes before she formed her own ballet company. She became the first ballerina to take ballet around the world, touring in the United States, India, Australia and South America. Pavlova developed pneumonia while touring the Netherlands and her doctors told her that she would need surgery. They also told her the operation meant she would never dance again. Number 6 Alexander Money-Kyrle In 1998, Alexander Money-Kyrle died during rehearsal for a production of Romeo and Juliet with the Dutch National Ballet, in Amsterdam. The 35-year-old had tried to rescue the production’s director, who’d fallen off stage after mistaking the dark safety netting for part of it. The director landed in the orchestra pit and Money-Kyrle rushed to his aid, falling head first from several feet. He died from his injuries in the hospital, two days later. Number 5 Ageism and Sexism The career of a ballet dancer is quite short. Most of them begin dancing professionally when they’re 19 and transition to a different career by their mid-30s. Number 4 Stress Training in ballet comes with a great degree of perfectionism. Ballet dancers are under constant expectations to conform to highly exigent standards. Competition in their trade is fierce and the positions in prestigious companies are limited. Those selected for the principal role in a production know that many others would consider themselves very fortunate to be in that same position. It isn’t uncommon for them to fear that they’re going to be replaced. That’s why many perform even if their health is in jeopardy. They weather through the grueling pain caused by their injuries, without ever showing it. Number 3 Eating Disorders For ballerinas, body image issues start early. Many ballet schools hold regular weigh-ins, which ballet dancers must take part in from a young age. Many dancers starve themselves in the days leading up to the weigh-ins and, even so, they’re often told they need to lose more weight. Because ballet is a visual expression and the dancers wear skin-tight clothes, they become extremely self-conscious about the way they look. In some circles, the body of the ballerina is viewed as the ideal body type but, in order to obtain it, dancers often push themselves to unhealthy limits. Some choose to follow drastic diets as well as smoke cigarettes and drink coffee to keep their weight down. The problem with this is that their bodies become frail, even though their craft requires a high level of strength and flexibility. A study revealed that ballet dancers are three times more likely to develop an eating disorder while another indicates that one in five dancers typically suffers from such a condition. Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder are statistically high among ballet dancers. Number 2 Other Health Issues Research suggests that ballet dancers suffer injuries to such an extent that their profession is comparable to that of athletes in contact sports. Number 1 Ballerina Feet The feet are perhaps the most commonly injured part of a ballerina’s body. This is because a lot of the movements they perform have to be executed ‘en pointe’. What this means is that their entire body weight is supported by the tips of their feet. Ballerinas wear special lightweight shoes, which offer little in the way of protection. The shoes and the demanding moves that have to be performed over and over again, eventually wreak havoc on the feet. Cuts, bruises, blisters and calluses are frequent occurrences. Nails break, grow inward or even fall off and the trauma can sometimes result in infections. It’s why some ballerinas opt to have their nails removed entirely.
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Criminal cases solved on TV! From unexpected crimes to year long cases. These criminals got arrested while being on live TV. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] 10 - Mr. Murugan Teen angst can be a powerful force. However, during an Indian family talk show a man called Mr Murugan had much more than just an argument about his daughter’s relationship to deal with. In 2012, during the show titled Solvathellam Unmai, host Lakshmy Ramakrishnan had what appeared to be an routine family discussion. A 16-year-old girl was on the show because she’d planned to run away with her boyfriend. After the situation cooled down, the host told the family to go home and sort things out but things took an unexpected turn when the 16-year-old girl explained the reason she wanted to leave was her father. 9 - Sef Gonzales Suspicion arose when Sef, the eldest son of his family sang a Mariah Carey song in front of live TV Cameras. It began the night of July 10th, 2001. Sef Gonzales, a Philippine living with his family near Sydney, Australia, ran across the street from his home to ask for help. According to Gonzales’ testimony, he’d spent all afternoon at Planet Hollywood with a friend playing video games. 8 - Shameless Mick British man Mick Philpott, nicknamed “Shameless Mick,” became infamously known in the media because of the 17 children he had with various women, and living off of state benefits because of this. However, in early 2012, the headlines were much more shocking than before. During the investigation, gasoline was detected in the mailbox. The police began treating this as an investigation instead of an accident.. During the days after the fire Mick informed the police and the media he wanted to arrange a live TV press conference. 7 - The Interview with Stephen McDaniel On June 30, 2011, a local reporter was assigned to cover the case of a 27-year-old graduate student from Macon, Georgia. Live interviews with several acquaintances of the woman, named Lauren Giddings were conducted. One of the interviewees, 25-year-old Stephen McDaniel, seemed much more affected by the news about his friend. With his grizzly bear look, McDaniel answered the reporter’s questions, surprisingly knowing a bit too much about the case. During the interview the reporter was told that something had been found close to Lauren Giddings’s apartment. 6–The Great Big Giveaway Show There’ll always be people running away from the law. Hampshire Police in 2004 had a long list of people who’d failed to appear in court, and other fine dodgers. After many attempts to locate these people Hampshire Police got creative. Teaming up with Chanel 5, they created a fake TV Show called The Great Big Giveaway Show and sent out invitations to twenty of their most wanted to participate as contestants. 5 –Ian Huntley There’s been a couple incidents in recent British history. However in the early 2000’s, two ten-year-old girls made the news. While performing a series of interviews in the girls’ school, Ian Huntley, the school’s caretaker was very keen to help with the police investigation. Being relatively close to the girls, because his girlfriend, Maxine Carr, was the girls’ favorite class assistant, he even openly admitted having been the last person to see the girls. 4 - The Gang Documentary Because of this, BAFTA nominated film director Paul Blake directed a documentary series titled Gangland for Channel 5. The intention of the documentary was to expose London’s street using GoPro Footage of the gang members themselves. The series’ production team arranged the cameras in specific places away from any CCTV. 3 – Wu Gang’s Dating Game When it comes to dating white lies are a common tool. Usually, people lie over the smallest of things just to portray a better image of themselves. However, during the Happy League Dating Show in China, a man named Liu Hao thought he could get away with much more. As the ultimate candidate for a Dating Show, Liu Hao’s performance included singing and dancing. Showing off his talent, he immediately caught the attention of the female contestants. But they didn’t know the type of man they were dealing with. 2 – Somali Pirates Infamous Somali Mohamed Abdi Hassan, nicknamed “Big Mouth,” began his career in 2005. At the peak of his career, he even managed to acquire recognition from the late Libyan Colonel Muammar Gadhafi, who considered Hassan a national hero. Fortunately for international law enforcement, they managed to locate him. 1 – Sophie Hunter-Brown Primary school teacher Sophie Hunter-Brown specialized in information and communication technology and was a favorite with students. She appeared on a Channel 4 show Come Dine with Me. However an ASDA employee noticed the new “Wanted” signs at the supermarket and recognized her. She was using the self-service counter, but removing her credit card before the payment could go through.
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From sightings of giant swans to massive flightless birds. Here are the most dangerous large birds in the world. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] Number 7 Mute Swan Mute swans, named so because they tend to be less vocal than other swan species, are among the largest birds in the world. Their plumage is entirely white and their orange beaks are bordered with black. They also frequently inhabit areas with human presence, such as park ponds and community lakes. Number 6 Lammergeier Lammergeiers, also known as bearded vultures, are large birds of prey found in the mountains of Europe, Africa and Asia. Lammergeiers found around the Himalayas tend to be the largest, with wingspans of almost 10 feet and weights of up to 18 pounds. These incredible creatures have been observed living at great altitudes, even up Mount Everest, at 24,600 feet. One way to recognize them is by their heads, which aren’t bald, unlike most vulture species. Lammergeiers have thick, robust necks and powerful legs. Number 5 Emu Emus are Australia’s largest birds and the second-tallest birds in the world. Found in various habitats, both inland and on the Australian coast. Their plumage varies according to habitat, thus giving emus a form of natural camouflage. Birds in more arid regions tend to have shades of red in their feathers while those in more humid environment tend to have darker plumage. Like its African counterpart, the ostrich, the emu is easily recognizable by its long neck and legs. Number 4 Harpy Eagle Harpy eagles are found in some parts of southern Mexico, in Central and South America, as far south as Argentina. Among the various eagle species, the harpy excels in terms of physical strength. They also own the largest talons out of all eagles. Females, which tend to be larger than males, can weigh more than 20 pounds with wingspans close to 7.5 feet. It’s a truly astonishing feat of strength when considering that the harpy does this in-flight and then flies off without landing. Number 3 African Crowned Eagle This large bird of prey is found in southern and sub-Saharan Africa, where it’s known as the ‘leopard of the sky’. At least 90% of its diet consists of mammals, such as deer, antelope or monkeys. It possesses unusually strong legs and large talons. It often preys on animals that weigh up to 65 pounds and is known to lift more than its own body weight in-flight. Number 2 Cassowary Cassowaries are native to the tropical forests of New Guinea, northeastern Australia, the Maluku Islands and an Indonesian province called East Nusa Tenggara. There are three cassowary species, of which the Southern cassowary is the most common. It’s identifiable by its bristly dark plumage, its blue face and neck as well as the horn-like brown structure found atop its head. The 16-year-old and his younger brother were trying to get the cassowary off their property. Number 1 Ostrich These huge flightless creatures are native to Africa and are the largest birds in the world. Male North African ostriches, the largest subspecies, can weigh up to 340 pounds and close to 9ft in height. Depending on the season, ostriches may be seen as individuals, in pairs, small flocks or large congregations throughout the continent’s savannas. Country singer Johnny Cash used to own an exotic park on his property, where he also kept ostriches. Ostriches are also very fast runners, capable of reaching 45 miles per hour. Ostrich races are still practiced in certain parts of Africa, in which the animals are ridden with special saddles, reins and bits.
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5 frightening creepypastas you’ll be glad aren’t real! Here are the scariest stories on social media. These stories about creepypasta legends are terrifying! Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Voiceover by Rodney Tompkins: https://www.youtube.com/c/BigBadada2012 5: Smile.dog The Smile.dog creepypasta is centered on the image of a husky dog with human teeth that is ominously smiling at the camera. In the background of the photo, which has been circulating online for quite some time, there is also a human hand which many have described as beckoning. The original creepypasta is about a writer who follows the mysterious effect that a jpeg entitled Smile.dog reportedly has on those who gaze upon it. He attempts to interview a woman called Mary E. who was among the first to look at the picture. However, when he arrives at her home the woman refuses to talk to him and locks herself into one of the rooms in the house. Some time goes by and the writer receives a letter in which Mary E. apologizes for her behavior. She goes on to explain that the picture had haunted her for fifteen years. 4: The Russian Sleep Experiment Another creepypasta story is that of the Russian Sleep Experiment. The story is mainly focused on five political prisoners, who, during World War 2, were placed in a room by Russian researchers and told that they would be freed if they could not sleep for thirty days. The researchers were experimenting on a gas based on a stimulant, which they would release into the room at certain intervals. The room was also equipped with microphones. As the days went by the prisoner’s mental state slowly started to deteriorate. They started to experience paranoia and agitation. They went from sharing increasingly more traumatic memories to scheming behind each other’s backs in order to earn favor with the researchers. Some even started screaming until their vocal chords gave out. By the fifteenth day the researchers became worried that no sounds were coming from the room anymore. They told the prisoners that the door would be opened and that one of them would be freed. They heard one faint voice reply 3: Slenderman Slenderman is among the most popular creepypasta legends on the Internet. He looks like a man with a featureless, ghostly face which almost appears to be wrapped in a white cloth. It is said that his face looks differently to each person that sees him. Slenderman’s arms and legs are very long and thin. Some crepypasta claim that he has the ability of extending his arms and legs to great lengths. He is often depicted wearing a black suit and tie. He also has several tendrils on his back, which he can extend and use to ensnare and trap his victims, the majority of whom are children. It is said that Slenderman wanders the forests and woods around suburban areas kidnapping children and taking them to an undisclosed location where they are never to be heard from again. According to the legend, he enjoys psychologically torturing his victims as he follows them around giving them just glimpses of himself. The paranoia of his existence then slowly begins to haunt his victims, driving them mad. He has been captured 2: The Expressionless This story begins with a woman dressed in a blood covered white gown who appeared at a hospital. The attending staff rushed to her aid but as they got closer they were all terrified by what they saw. Even though the woman moved like an average human being her head resembled that of a mannequin. She had no eyebrows and her face was smeared in makeup. Before the woman fell to the floor she took a dead kitten out of her mouth and threw it on the floor. The nurses took her to a room and prepared her for sedation. The woman remained motionless, expressionless and calm throughout the whole process. None of the attending staff could look at her blank expression for more than a few moments as they would quickly become afraid. Not knowing exactly what they were dealing with the doctors attempted to restrain her 1: Jeff the Killer Jeff the Killer’s disfigured face is the most familiar image in the creepypasta universe. The story is about a teenage boy’s descent into murderous madness. Most of the times the story involves a young boy named Jeff who moves into a new neighborhood along with his younger brother Liu and his parents. One day, as Jeff and his brother are waiting for the school bus, they are approached by three boys who try to bully them and take their money by threatening them with knives. It is during the course of these events that Jeff first begins to feel a killer instinct taking over. Despite his younger brother’s protests, Jeff beats up the three bullies. He avoids their knife swings, and sends them to the ground. Their leader, Randy, is left with a broken nose. When the police arrive at his house and Jeff’s mother asks her two sons about what had happened, Liu takes responsibility for hurting the boys and is ultimately sent to a juvenile detention center
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These are antique finds & the most fascinating mythological objects ever discovered! Let's take a look at artifacts with supernatural powers. Support our Patreon today: https://www.patreon.com/theywillkillyou Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Follow us on Instagram: @theywillkillyou Voiceover by Carl Mason: [email protected] 7 Black Orlov The Black Orlov diamond’s beauty is often contrasted by its alleged history. It’s said that the black diamond initially weighed 195 carats and that it was held in a Hindu temple, in India. Also known as the Eye of Brahma Diamond, it was reportedly one of the eyes on a statue depicting Brahma. A diamond handler supposedly took it to New York City, in 1932. Next, the diamond was owned by two Russian princesses, which is how it gained the ‘Orlov’ name. The resulting 67.5 carat Black Orlov diamond was displayed at natural history museums in London and New York City. Its current owners are reportedly confident that the curse has been broken. 6 Tizona Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, better known by the name El Cid, was an 11th century Castilian nobleman renowned for his prowess. He conquered Valencia and became its prince. For a period of roughly five years, under El Cid, Valencia was an independent and peaceful city, inhabited by both Muslims and Christians. Then Valencia was attacked by Muslim forces towards the end of the 11th century. One of the swords that belonged to El Cid was called Tizona. One by the same name is currently held at the Burgos Museum, in the historic capital of Castille. An inscription on the sword reads ‘I am the Tizona, who was made in the year 1040.’ Although its authenticity has been somewhat disputed, the sword was once sold at roughly $2 million. 5 Nanteos Cup According to the legends, the Nanteos Cup is believed to have been created from a piece of the True Cross. It’s said that it can heal those who drink from it. For many years the cup was held at the Nanteos Mansion, in Wales. The Nanteos Cup was ultimately recovered in 2016 and went on permanent public display at the National Library of Wales. 4 Thomas Busby’s Stoop Chair At the start of the 18th century, a man named Thomas Busby lived in Yorkshire, England. As one legend goes, Busby sat in a chair at the inn. Years later, locals started reporting strange occurrences regarding a particular chair at the inn. The chair was eventually donated to a local museum, where it was hung from the ceiling to prevent people from ever sitting in it. 3 Fairy Flag An heirloom for the chiefs of the Clan MacLeod, the Fairy Flag, kept at Dunvegan Castle, is surrounded by myth and legend. According to the clan’s tradition, the flag was entrusted to a family of hereditary standard bearers and only the eldest male of said family was ever allowed to unfurl it. The origin of the 18-inch silk square, which is covered in ‘elf dots’, is as mysterious as its alleged magical properties. Some say that a MacLeod chief fell in love and married a fairy. Many legends claim that the flag can only be used three times before it disappears. 2 Sword in the Stone When most people hear about a sword in the stone, they tend to think of King Arthur and the legendary Excalibur. While this sword isn’t as celebrated, it definitely has a fascinating history. The sword, halfway plunged into stone, can be found at the Rotonda at Montesiepi, in the Italian province of Siena. It’s said that it once belonged to Saint Galgano. To illustrate this point, he plunged his sword in a nearby stone and it went through it like butter. From that point on, Galgano lived a life of pious hermitage in Montesiepi. An analysis of the sword was carried in 2001, which confirmed that both the upper and the invisible lower parts belong to the same artifact. Moreover, the metal composition and style of the sword were deemed compatible with the era of the legend. 1 Hand of Glory Known as the Hand of Glory, it’s believed to be the only artifact of its kind in existence. Other sources claim that the Hand of Glory could also unlock any doors and that it would only give light to its maker.
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