Milliner and Haberdasher
- Aug 15, 2017
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The moth is alternativly called "The Gum Leaf Skeletoniser"Weird caterpillar uses its old heads to make an elaborate hat
Now it just needs to be 50 feet tall. And have human heads ...
I was hoping they'd be bigger. Still, a wingspan of nearly 6ft is pretty creepy.
There is a Ghost Adventures episode about Loftus Hall, if people want a visual of its insides and some colorful re-enactments of the legend. A good episode as I recall.The 22-bedroom mansion comes with a price tag of $2.87 million — and at least one restless spirit.allthatsinteresting.com
Been reading about Armenian legends and poetry from an old classic 1910s book (an old nationalist appeal during the time of agitation to pull free from the Ottoman Empire before WWI, a compilation of literary, musical, & visual arts to sell Christian Europe colonial powers on their cause). With that legend of a lost castle of great beauty buried in tears and the not-too-distant footage (twenty or so years ago, maybe even in this topic?) of the Lake Van monster in this high saline lake that hosts predominantly a single small fish matching the legends in a book from 100+ years ago... Well, who knows how much more within the text is uncomfortably closer to reality than we may want to discover?
A mysterious castle found at the bottom of Turkey's Lake Van causing debate over whether it was occupied by 3,000-year-old Urartu kingdom or a medieval societyFor thousands of years, humanity has been tantalized by the mysteries of ancient civilizations and unknown worlds from the misty past. Our primordialwww.thevintagenews.com
It flew by on Halloween and even looks like a skull. Spooky!This image of asteroid 2015 TB145, a dead comet, was generated using radar data collected by the National Science Foundation's 1,000-foot (305-meter) Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico. The radar image was taken on Oct. 30, 2015, and the image resolution is 25 feet (7.5 meters) per pixel.solarsystem.nasa.gov
"It's life, but not as we know it."Of course alien life is going to be discovered on the most inhospitable and metal planet in the solar system.Scientists said on Monday they have detected in the harshly acidic clouds of Venus a gas called phosphine that indicates microbes may inhabit Earth's inhospitable neighbor, a tantalizing sign of potential life beyond Earth.www.reuters.com