As I was tucking my son into bed last night, he said to me “Daddy, what kind of man are you?” The question caught me off guard. “What do you mean?” I asked. “I mean what kind of letter-man are you?” This made me even more confused. Letter-man? What could he be talking about? “I don’t know, buddy, what sort of letter-man are you?” ”Well, I thought I was a U-man, but the man outside the church kept pointing at me and saying I was an O-man. Mommy said he was crazy, but he just looked scared to me” I was starting to see what he was getting at, but I still wasn’t sure how to answer. Finally my son got impatient “So come on daddy, tell me already! Are you a U-man like me, or are you a D-man like the one on the ceiling?”
IF YOU DIDN’T UNDERSTAND
damn, the world has some crazy things
YESS, YES, YES, YES A MILLION TIMES
Prague’s Old Jewish Cemetery
Normally 1 overcrowded cemetery is enough to be considered creepy. The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague, however, takes things to a whole new level considering that it is actually 11 cemeteries stacked on top of each other! That’s right, the cemetery got so full that not once, not twice, but 11 times they actually decided to just build another cemetery right on top of the old one.
TRUE URBAN LEGEND: THE ICE WOMAN
When a neighbor found Jean Hilliard in the snow she was frozen solid. That’s not euphemism; she was literally frozen like a turkey in your grandma’s deep freeze. Her body was too frozen to pierce with a needle, her temperature too low to register and when they took her to the hospital they loaded her into the car diagonally like a piece of lumber from Home Depot. She was, by nearly every measure, literally stone cold dead.
When the Jeansicle arrived at the hospital doctors tried to thaw her out, but nobody had much hope for a happy ending. Even if she wasn’t dead, all medical evidence suggested she’d at least have severe frostbite and brain damage.
As Jean lay wrapped in an electric heating pad her eyelids began to flutter, and after some time she thawed completely, returning to life as if nothing had happened. She showed absolutely no ill effects from her little nap in the snowbank — no frostbite, no brain damage, not even any freezer burn. The 19-year old woman from North Dakota had, essentially, come back from the dead completely unharmed. Had she been sipping on antifreeze cocktails earlier in the evening? Did Mr. Freeze secretly give her up for adoption as a baby? Dr. George Sather, who treated her, isn’t ruling anything out. As he put it, “I can’t explain why she’s alive.”
THE MAGICAL MUMMY
In life, Dashi-Dorzho Itigilov was a monk. One night in 1927, he told his students and fellow monks that his time had come to pass from this life into another, before asking them to join him in meditation.
The story goes that while in the middle of the meditation, he quietly passed away. Shortly afterward, he was buried sitting upright in the lotus position, shielded from the elements by a pine box.
Several years later his body was exhumed, revealing his corpse to be well-preserved and still in the lotus position. He was re-interred and the coffin was encased in salt. His body was recently exhumed again with several witnesses present, including scientists and forensic experts. Once again, his body was found to be in near-perfect condition. Analysis of skin and hair samples showed that Itigilov’s cells more closely resemble those of someone who had been dead for 36 hours than those of a person who has been dead for almost 100 years.
I looked through the peephole of my front door. There had been a noise on the other side and it was 3:00 in the morning. My wife and two baby daughters were all sleeping soundly upstairs. As I peeped through I saw a man staring back at me.
He then turned and walked upstairs as I desperately searched for my house key.
THE GREEN MAN
In Koppel, Pennsylvania, it became common to see a horribly disfigured man walking down the darkened streets at night. He was given the name Charlie No-Face, or Green Man, and everyone had their own story of sighting him.
That’s because he was 100 percent real. Born Raymond Robinson in 1910, at the age of eight he was trying to view a bird’s nest on Morado Bridge when there was an accident. He touched a power line, which electrocuted him, causing horrific facial injuries that never properly healed.
Because his appearance tended to cause panic and make babies cry, he spent most of his 74 years hiding out in his home with his family. But at night he would make the streets his own, taking long walks when people were less likely to see him.
Obviously, this didn’t work all the time. Hence he became a living urban legend in his town, where some people used to drive around all night hoping to catch a glimpse.
I feel kind of bad for him to be honest.
Japanese researchers on the Antarctic caught a humanoid-looking creature on camera. The creature is 30 meters height, all white with humanoid looking face. A huge part of the Atlantic researchers share that they have witnessed humanoids with flippers and fins similar looking to a mermaid. In 2007 google blowed the network, releasing a picture of the whale-like creature that appeared in the south regions of Antarctica.
Since then, many versions try to explain the existence of the being. None had succeeded completely. The first 2 pictures are actual footage, the last one is an artists drawing of what it may look like. This beast is called the NINGEN.