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Skulls that have gone through Trepanning. Trepanning, also known as trephination, was a surgical “procedure” that dates back to 6500 BC, perhaps the oldest surgical procedure. A hole was drilled or scraped into the human skull, which exposed the dura mater to treat health problems related to intracranial diseases.

 

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Hobo Nickels from the 1930s

Hobo Nickels are a form of sculptural art. The nickel was favored due to its size, thickness and softness. Even though the medium was popular amongst hobos due to its cheapness, it is a generic term as it was used by many different kinds of people.

What did they carve them with? That kind of sounds fun…

Except for the fact that I’m pretty sure it’s illegal to deface money

They carved them with rebellion

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Hobo Nickels from the 1930s

Hobo Nickels are a form of sculptural art. The nickel was favored due to its size, thickness and softness. Even though the medium was popular amongst hobos due to its cheapness, it is a generic term as it was used by many different kinds of people.

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The Kaz II is one of many “vanished crew” mysteries. Three Australian men were aboard the boat when they disappeared without a trace, the boat found on April 20, 2007. All of the men were above the age of fifty and experienced at sea. However, when it was boarded by police the boat was found devoid of life, the engine left running and various items, such as a running laptop and a plate of food, left behind. One of the sails was badly torn. A video tape was also found, showing the three men alive and well just before their disappearance. Foul play was immediately ruled out, as other than the torn sail there were no signs of a struggle.

Their bodies were never found, and the only viable conclusion put forth was that the men somehow fell overboard and drowned (a tangled fishing lure was found in the rudder, and it was purported that one of them tried to untangle it and fell into the sea). This theory, however, does not explain the massive tear in the sail. 

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This is the scariest thing that has ever happened to me. Sorry it’s so long!

My freshman year of college I moved to New York to attend a school in Queens. About two months into the semester I went alone to see a movie in Manhattan. In the movie theater this man made eye contact and smiled at me, so I smiled back. That was the only interaction we had. Afterwards I called my suitemate to ask if she wanted me to bring her anything. She said no and I told her what train I was taking and when I would be home.

I asked my friend to pick me up at the station, and as we were driving back to campus through a residential area, there was a man standing on the sidewalk who looked directly at me and smiled. He looked so familiar but I didn’t realize until I was safely in my dorm that I recognized him as the man from the movie theater. Over the next few months I saw the man everywhere. I even saw him four separate times at the Met. Every time he would make eye contact with me and smile.

You might think this was all in my head but even my suitemates saw him. At the Dunkin’ Donuts a block away from campus he bought my suitemate a coffee. A few weeks later we were in Grand Central and she waved at a person behind me. I turned around and found myself looking straight into the eyes of my stalker. I told my suitemate he was the guy I had been complaining about following me for the past few months. When we got back to campus, she went with me to file a report with campus police and give them a description. Over the next few weeks I got three phone calls from campus police about a man fitting the description being seen on campus. 

It all came to a head two weeks before I went home for winter break. By that point I rarely left my dorm by myself. While I was packing to go home, my suitemate brought in the mail and I had a postcard, which didn’t surprise me because my grandfather regularly sent me postcards. On the postcard though, someone had written, “I MISS YOU,” over top of what my grandfather had written. I was terrified and I had to file reports with campus police and the NYPD. A week later I finished my finals and flew home.

After a month at home I returned to school. Campus police told me they hadn’t had any sightings of the suspect but when I got all the mail I had been sent over break there was another postcard received Christmas Eve that said “WHEN I FIND YOU…”  Not once during the spring semester did campus police see the man, and my suitemates were able to gradually get me to go out with them. I never saw my stalker again.

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The world’s oldest condom (dating back to 1640) which is made from pig intestines is on display at a museum in Austria. It was re-usable and came with a manual in Latin which recommend washing the condom in warm milk to stop from catching a disease. 

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Unwanted babies for sale (France 1940s)

Probably from unwed mothers, pverty-stricken families, or prostitutes.

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Kittwat Unarrom is an artist and he also happens to be a baker. He also loves zombies so he decided to combine all of that and make undead bread! He sells this bread at his bakery in Ratchaburi, Thailand, under the name Body Bakery. 

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