Joseph Merrick, also known as the Elephant Man died in London in 1890, his skeleton is on display at the Royal London Hospital Museum. … More Elephant Man at Royal London Hospital
To consult it was necessary to offer to Apollo a cake made with honey and to sacrifice a goat, that was burned in a bonfire sprinkling it with water. … More The Oracle of Delphi
Rocks of various heft, move by themselves, leaving trails that wiggle like snakes or form complete loops or even rectangles. … More Death Valley Frozen Lake
A parrot, the family pet, once the police arrived at the place did not stop repeating a phrase that would be key to the resolve the case: “Do not kill me Gabriel”, … More House on Aramberri St.
In the place where Luis Donaldo Colosio was assassinated, a square was built and a statue of the politician was placed. … More Colosio Statue at Lomas Taurinas
One of the largest cities of Prehispanic Mexico, even bigger than Tajín, its name means ‘House of the Sun’. … More Cantona
There were no footprints on the snow that would have given a clue to where the Inuits had gone. … More Anjikuni Lake