Dylan Thuras
Dylan Thuras

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April 25 2016 12:30 PMIn 1919, a Wave of Molasses Traveling at 35 mph Destroyed an Entire Boston Neighborhood
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April 11 2016 12:30 PMBehold, the World’s Largest Bioluminescent Area
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March 28 2016 12:30 PMThe World’s Last Example of an Incan Rope Bridge
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March 14 2016 12:30 PMBaker-Miller Pink: The Color of Control
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March 2 2016 12:30 PMBall’s Pyramid: This Barren Sea Spire Is Home to the World's Rarest Insect
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Feb. 15 2016 12:30 PMThe Incredible and Strange Spectacle of Turkmenistan's Gates of Hell
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Feb. 1 2016 12:30 PMThomas Edison Gave His Friend Henry Ford an Intimate and Peculiar Gift: His Final Breath
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Jan. 11 2016 12:30 PMPhilosopher Jeremy Bentham’s Corpse Was Preserved and Put on Display in a London University
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Dec. 28 2015 12:30 PMDevil’s Kettle: Half of This Minnesota Waterfall Disappears Into a Hole Never to Be Seen Again
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Dec. 7 2015 12:30 PMOne of the Great, Weird Natural Wonders of the World: A Five-Story Blood Red Waterfall Known as Blood Falls
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Nov. 26 2015 12:30 PMThe Short, Sad, Stupid Story of the Last Tree of Ténéré
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Nov. 9 2015 12:30 PMYou Might Want to Read the Signs Before You Go Swimming in the Blue Lagoon of Buxton
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Oct. 27 2015 12:30 PMNecropants Are One of the Most Extreme (and Gruesome) Get-Rich-Quick Schemes in History
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Oct. 12 2015 12:30 PMSlow Motion Disaster: The Coal Mine Fire Burning Under Centralia, Pennsylvania
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March 3 2014 12:21 PMThe Bizarre Tale of the Three Men Who Tried to Launch a Jetpack Business
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April 20 2016 12:30 PMSee the Inside-Out World in Perfect Scale at Boston’s Mapparium
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April 4 2016 12:30 PMStarting in 1943, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Began Constructing the Greatest Model Ever Made
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March 21 2016 12:30 PMWhere You’ll Find Galileo’s Middle Finger
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March 7 2016 12:30 PMThe Great Green Wall of Africa: An Environmental Protection Project of Unprecedented Scale
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Feb. 22 2016 12:30 PMMore Than a Century Later, There Are Still Questions About What Happened During the Tunguska Event
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Feb. 8 2016 12:30 PMThe Man Who Survived Doomsday
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Jan. 18 2016 12:30 PMAll Bones, All the Time: Sedlec Ossuary Is the Greatest Example of Bone Decor in the World
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Jan. 4 2016 12:30 PMHess Triangle: The Smallest Piece of Property in New York City History
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Dec. 14 2015 12:30 PMA Surreal Sculpture Garden Filled With Frightful Delights, Created by a 16th-Century Italian Prince
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Dec. 1 2015 12:30 PMOh, Just a Clown-Themed Motel on the Edge of the Desert, Located Next to an Abandoned Graveyard
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Nov. 16 2015 12:30 PMThis Stork With an Arrow Through Its Neck Helped Answer One of Natural History’s Great Questions
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Nov. 3 2015 12:30 PMThis Lightning Storm Happens Between 140 and 160 Times a Year and Lasts for 10 Hours Each Time
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Oct. 20 2015 12:30 PMSnake Island Is So Dangerous That the Brazilian Navy Has Forbidden Anyone From Landing There
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Oct. 7 2015 2:45 PMThe House on the Rock Is Almost Too Good to Be Believed
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Jan. 9 2014 8:11 AMThe Largest Bioterror Attack in U.S. History Began at This Salsa Bar

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