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Prove you are brave enough by reading the following Wikipedia stories on the internet

With the internet being the biggest ‘web’ of information in today’s time, it’s almost impossible for anyone to be able to resist reading ‘some more’. And that often leads to some ‘nerve-wrecking’ or ‘horrifying’ experiences.

It is a difficult route from sometimes a mere search of a person’s birth date to finding out how was to reach a page about murderer Ted Bundy.

There are also records on Wikipedia of all kinds of strange and disturbing events on there, which are as interesting as they are unsettling.

Now let’s see if you have the courage to read these web pages and sleep cool at night.

1. The questionable extinction of diver Ben McDaniel.


In 2010, scuba diver Ben McDaniel went missing, with his parents believing he drowned in one of the extensive underwater cave systems in Florida. Though, no remains were ever found despite several arduous searches by experienced divers. There have been several theories, with some relating to the supposedly accidental death of another female diver a year later, or even that he was murdered and the body was removed before authorities were contacted.

Source: Boredom Therap

2. The murder of the Dupont de Ligonnès family and the disappearance of the father.


In 2011, the bodies of the 4 children, mother, and dogs of the Dupont de Ligonnès family in France were found buried in the backyard of their home. The father disappeared around the same time and has not been found since. There’s an international arrest warrant out for him. The truly creepy aspect of this case is that a journalist received a photo of the kids in 2015 that read, ‘I’m still alive’.

3. Over 20 human feet washed up on the shore of the Salish Sea.

On the shore of the Salish Sea in Canada and Washington, at least 20 detached human feet have washed up since 2007. There”s been no explanation for this bizarre, and frankly rather a macabre phenomenon.

Source: Vox

4. Mellified Man, a medicine made from soaking a dead person in honey for 100 years.

This ancient Chinese ‘medicine’ was made through an exclusive process. People who were near death would subsist on a diet of only honey until their feces and sweat was also honey, and they would even bathe in it. When they died, their body would be placed in a stone coffin filled with honey. After the century, the resulting substance would be sold as medicine to heal broken limbs.

5. Woman’s skeleton found inside of a wych elm tree in England.

In 1943, the skeletonized remains of a woman were found by four children inside a wych elm in Worcestershire, England. The victim’s murder is predicted to have been in 1941, and she remains unidentified to this day.

Source: Youtube




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