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.
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.
The beauty about horror and the paranormal is that it’s completely relative. I love seeing all the different reactions of different people on my dash. People are strange and I love it
The Euthalia Aconthea (The Common Baron) is a nymphalid butterfly (but the above pictures are of the caterpillar stage) that is native to India and other parts of South East Asia. It flies(glides) with stiff wing beats and is a master of camouflage in its caterpillar form. It positions its body perfectly in line with the patterns on the leaf.
Srbosjek which literally translates to “Serb-Cutter” in Croatian and Serbian was a knife used to kill prisoners in Croatian Concentration Camps during WW2.
It was mainly used by the Ustaše because they preferred to cut the throats of their prisoners rather than gassing them. The curved 12cm blade made that task quick and smooth.
EDIT: Thanks for the spelling correction
In late 1977, a UK television station, “Southern Television” was interrupted by an audio broadcast. A static-y, strange voice claimed to be from the Ashtar Galactic Command, and his name was “Vrillon.” Vrillon’s message was to command Earth’s world leaders to destroy our weapons and live in peace, because our time on Earth was already short.
Widely considered a hoax, and not actually aliens (surprise), the transmission was actually traced to a transmitter in the middle of nowhere in Hampshire. The interruption is still pretty creepy though!