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So if Death could knock it off this week that would be great.  #DavidBowie #alanrickman #LemmyKilmister

So if Death could knock it off this week that would be great. #DavidBowie #alanrickman #LemmyKilmister

The mystery of the Bermuda Triangle is solved…

The mystery of the Bermuda Triangle is solved…

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HOW DID THEY DIE? THIS WILL TELL YOU HOW A MOUNTED PERSON IN HISTORY DIED

HOW DID THEY DIE? THIS WILL TELL YOU HOW A MOUNTED PERSON IN HISTORY DIED

10 Random Facts Compilation

10 Random Facts Compilation

Ed Sheeran & Rupert Grint Ginger overload. Well, I could just go meet them, and just add a bit more ginger overload to this equation :) I promise I wouldn't mind :)

Ed Sheeran & Rupert Grint Ginger overload. Well, I could just go meet them, and just add a bit more ginger overload to this equation :) I promise I wouldn't mind :)

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That last fact though. // funny pictures - funny photos - funny images - funny pics - funny quotes - #lol #humor #funnypictures

In 1898, 14 years before the Titanic sank, Morgan Robertson wrote a book about a ship called the “Titan” that crashed into an iceberg and sank.The book is Futility or The Wreck of the Titan. In addition to having the same outcome (crashing into an iceberg and sinking, the fictional “Titan” and the real-life “Titanic” had other bizarre similarities. They were both over 800 feet long. They both were known as “unsinkable”. They both sunk in the North Atlantic....

Did Morgan Robertson Time Travel?

In 1898, 14 years before the Titanic sank, Morgan Robertson wrote a book about a ship called the “Titan” that crashed into an iceberg and sank.The book is Futility or The Wreck of the Titan. In addition to having the same outcome (crashing into an iceberg and sinking, the fictional “Titan” and the real-life “Titanic” had other bizarre similarities. They were both over 800 feet long. They both were known as “unsinkable”. They both sunk in the North Atlantic....

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