There is a creation myth in Ancient Egypt that suggests that the universe was created from the ejaculation of a god. Because of this, some Pharaohs would regularly have a wank at The Nile and bust right into the river.
Thomas Edison killed a massive circus elephant via electrocution. More than 1,000 people came to watch it happen.
In 1501, Pope Alexander VI had an orgy with over 50 prostitutes.
Scientists have discovered that King Tut was the result of an incestuous relationship between brother and sister.
Scientists have discovered that two massive pyramids can be found underwater at a depth of 6,000 feet. The discovery was made with SONAR technology, and scientists have determined that these pyramids are made of an incredibly thick glass.
The Russians had “barrier troops” who would shoot anybody who would dare try and leave the front lines.
The Roman Emperor Gaius appointed his favourite horse as a senator.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa was never straight to begin with. The foundation of the iconic building started to sink when they started working on the second floor.
Tsar Nicholas, for all his power and ability to lay with any damsel he desired, chose to consistently hook up with his sister. What a guy.
Pythagoras, the man who discovered the Pythagorean theorem, was a crazy fucker. He believed that facing the sun while you pissed was a sin, and he would kill anyone who didn’t agree with him.
There is a giant mushroom in Oregon that is over 2,400 years of age and has a root system that stems over 3.4 miles.
During WWII, Russian soldiers had trained dogs to wear bombs and run under tanks. However, the jabronis who trained them had done so with Russian tanks. So the dogs would run under their own tanks and explode.
A lady by the name of Anna Mae Dickinson may very well be the unluckiest person ever. At the age of 8, she barely survived the Titanic tragedy and lost her dad. At 11, her aunt Olivia died in the torpedoing of the Lusitania. At 31, her cousin Alfred died in the Hindenburg explosion. At 37, her nephew Thomas died during Pearl Harbour. At 97, her apartment was destroyed during the collapse of the Twin Towers.
Nampa, Idaho was the sight of a very bizarre discovery in the summer of 1889. A sculpture resembling a human body was found at a depth of 320 feet during a drilling operation. The object was clearly manufactured by human hands, but the depth suggests that it was made far before humans roamed the earth. Scientists have yet to figure out this bizarre find.
The Dutch freighter SS Ourang Medan received a number of odd distress calls in the winter of 1948 near Indonesia. One message said: “All officers including captain are dead lying in chartroom and bridge. Possibly whole crew dead.” The message was then followed by an attempt at Morse-code that couldn’t be deciphered, and ended with “I die.” When the ship was found and inspected, perfectly preserved bodies of men staring at the sun with their arms outstretched and distorted looks on their faces were found. Fuuuuuck thaaaat.
Before alarm clocks became the norm, there were designated workers who would roam the streets and wake people up in a number of ways. They would do things like spit dried peas up against windows. Broom sticks were also frequently used as well.
In the past, miners in South Africa had constantly dug up these odd spheres. Measuring at about an inch in diameter, they all had three parallel lines etched into them. Scientists found that these orbs were over 2.8 billion years of age.
Because of their contorted faces, it is believed that the Guanajuato Mummies were buried alive.
Vlad the Impaler had a thing for shoving giant sticks up the asses of his victims.
During his reign of the Byzantine Empire, Basil captured 15,000 Bulgarians and blinded 99 out of every 100 of them. He would leave one with 1 eye. He then sent them all home.
Julius Caesar banged the mother of Marcus Brutus.
In the 1880’s, Anthony Comstock made it a mission to go around his town and steal the dildos and sex toys of every woman.