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Creepy LEGO Scenes

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Gilcélio de Souza Chagas

The Dark Side of Legos: Creepy Scenes Built with Blocks. Nightmares range from a trip to the dentist to The Nine Circles of Hell.
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Why do kids say they want to be famous? Mainly because famous people do cool stuff.
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Why Stephen King's Road To Hell Is Paved With Adverbs. The author’s book on writing makes it clear that not everyone can be Stephen King.
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10 Reasons Why Space Exploration Matters to You. In addition to the fact that it’s just really, really cool.
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Should You Really Be Drinking All That Water? To combat dehydration, athletes may be swinging too far in the other direction.
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A frozen extinct bison found in Siberia dates back 9,300 years. Astonishingly, its soft organs are still intact and ready for scrutiny.
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How legalizing pot could save America's economy. There’s a built-in market that could benefit public coffers big time.
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Why Do Athletes Slap Each Others’ Butts? Maybe they’re just checking to see how theirs measure up.

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When Movie Trailers Mislead
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7 Times Misleading Movie Trailers Didn't Align with the Film. The trailer's only purpose is to get you into the theater, where you may be surprised.

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Flowers Have Secret Blue Halos That Bumblebees Can See. The effect is produced mechanically instead of chemically.

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Searching for the Identity of San Francisco’s Mysterious Mummified Girl. DNA analysis and a painstaking records search have given her a name and a history.

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Charles Laughton in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The making of the 1939 film was an extreme experience for its star.

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Learn to Make Alien Facehugger Pudding Cups for Your Halloween Party. They have edible Alien eggs and facehuggers, they fizz, they glow in the dark, and they're delicious!

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From Folk to Acid Rock, How Marty Balin Launched the San Francisco Music Scene. More than just the founder of Jefferson Airplane, he encouraged the opening of clubs and auditoriums, promoted festivals, and welcomed bands from all over.

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The Wikipedia Markov Masher is a generator that will mix two Wikipedia articles together into a paragraph that almost, but not quite, makes sense in an artificial intelligence way. See some really funny examples here.

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11 Scientific Reasons Why Being in Nature is Relaxing. That's a lot of reasons to go outside today.

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Vampires, Ghosts, and Dark Shadows Beauty Pageants
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Vampires, Ghosts, and the Dark Shadows Beauty Pageants of the Early 1970s. The Miss American Vampire Contest was a hit, but Miss Ghost America was not.

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As Users Opt for the Discounted iPhone 7, iPhone 8 Sales Underwhelm. It turns out that price and features matter more than owning the latest version, which may bode poorly for the iPhone X.

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Naps Have Amazing Health Benefits. Just a little shut-eye can make you more productive the rest of the day.

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The Incredible Story of Dawn Doe, the Real Skeleton in Dawn of the Dead. The movie crew didn't know they were using a real human skeleton until years later.

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There are No Spiders in This Pie. In case you were thinking there were, which you were not.

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It's Time to Bring Back Memento Mori.  Reminders of our own mortality could spur us to make the most out of the time we have.

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12 Creepy DIY Halloween Projects to Scare Your Guests. Any of them will add life to your Halloween party!

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