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Cab driver has an idea for Olymbic Game parade by Gas Terzoulin

A cab driver idea

Cab driver from Australia it began expedition, in order his country march first in the Olympic Games of Athens, in 2004!

The Australian press adopted this, that him appears as ?good? idea!!!

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Dracula and Vampires by Mala Matina

Vampire - ( Image by Dr. Blog )

Throughout the vast shadowy world of ghosts and demons there is no figure so terrible, no figure so dreaded and abhorred, yet dight with such fearful fascination, as the vampire, who is himself neither ghost nor demon, but yet who partakes the dark natures and possesses the mysterious and terrible qualities of both.

Rev Montague Summers

Vampire myths go back thousands of years and occur in almost every culture around the world. Their variety is almost endless; from red eyed monsters with green or pink hair in China to the Greek Lamia…

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Eerie Skulls by Jim Down


Some people with a mystical bend credit them with strange, supernatural powers. Geologists marvel at their size. Archaeologists wonder who made them. And nobody denies that they possess an eerie, horrible beauty unmatched by almost any other objects. They are the crystal skulls.

For many years, when the subject of the crystal skulls was discussed, few people were aware of the fact that the Mitchell-Hedges skull was not the only crystal skull known to man. It may have been the most perfectly carved, even viewed by more people throughout the world than any other skull, but, certainly…

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Fantastic animals by Liz Heart

Pegasus -  ( Image compiled by Dr. Blog )

No one can argue that lions and tigers are impressive creatures. If people were still running around naked in the jungle I imagine they would be plenty terrifying enough. However, we haven't lived in the jungle for a long time. There are plenty of murals from very ancient days suggesting that lion hunts were common even then. While there may be some visceral terror when you are in the presence of such a beast, it is hard to impress most folk with tales of them.

Probably in an effort to overcome this apathy, wandering minstrels invented…

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