Wikipedia Pages That Will Freeze Your Blood

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Wikipedia now covers everything that ever happened on this planet, and maybe a few other things. Here are some of the online encyclopedia’s weirdest entries. Strap in tight!
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The urban-legendary Pope Lick Monster is part man, part goat and part sheep, which would confuse any creature into sadistic violence. He’s supposed to live beneath a railway trestle in Kentucky. He hypnotizes people, luring them onto the trestle where they get run over by an oncoming train. Some say he attacks his victims with a bloody ax. We stress that you shouldn’t take this as an excuse to be bigoted against ALL sheep-goat-men, most of whom are quite delightful.
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The Bunny Man is an urban legend originating from upscale Fairfax County, Virginia, probably to keep poor people from moving in. A man wearing a rabbit costume attacks people with an ax. It’s always an ax.
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Except for holding high office, being rich and famous, and tag-teaming Marilyn, the Kennedys are CURSED. There was Rosemary Kennedy, JFK’s older sister, who underwent a lobotomy and remained institutionalized for the rest of her life; Joseph P. Kennedy, JFK’s oldest brother, who died in a WWII plane crash; JFK and RFK, both killed by assassins; and JFK Jr., whose plane crashed. Nobody killed with a bloody ax, so far as we know.
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Abraham de Moivre was an 18th century French mathematician. ‘As he grew older,’ said Wikipedia, ‘he became increasingly lethargic and needed longer sleeping hours. He noted that he was sleeping an extra 15 minutes each night and correctly calculated the date of his death on the day when the additional sleep time accumulated to 24 hours, November 27, 1754.’ Sweet dreams!
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March 31, 1892, was a bad day in Bavaria. The six-member Gruber family was killed with a mattock (half ax, half pick) in a small farmstead. The murders remain unsolved.
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Only New Orleans would have a serial killer who only spared people who played jazz at home. The Axeman of New Orleans was a serial killer who murdered women (mostly) in 1918 and 1919. Yes, he only spared those who loved jazz. Sort of a Killer Hipster.
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Koro syndrome is a kind of craziness in which one believes his or her genitalia are retracting and will inevitably disappear completely. No ax joke needed for THIS one; it tells itself!
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The Euthanasia Coaster is a design for a steel roller coaster designed to kill everyone who rides it by generating more than 10gs, beyond the human body’s limits. It was designed in 2010 by Julijonas Urbonas, a doctoral candidate at the Royal College of Art in London. Having worked at an amusement park before, he considered the concept of the Euthanasia Coaster a humane, even fun way to end it all. We hear his killer robot army is just about perfected…
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Belle Sorenson Gunness was a physically strong Norwegian woman, six feet tall and over 200 pounds. She killed between 25 and 40 husbands, boyfriends and children in order to gain life insurance and other valuables, as well as to eliminate witnesses. Some guys like their women crazy.
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The Dyatlov Pass Incident saw nine hikers die in the northern Ural Mountains in 1959. The incident got its name from the group’s leader, Igor Dyatlov. For no known reason, his ski party fled their tents, then fled their camp, only to die under heavy snowfall. There were no signs of struggle. Soviet authorities described this tragic event as caused by ‘an unknown compelling force’.
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‘The Cure for Insomnia’, on its release in 1987, was the world’s longest running movie. It runs 87 hours, or 3 days and 15 hours long. It has no plot. All it is, is artist L.D. Groban reading his 4,080-page poem ‘A Cure for Insomnia’. Despite how scintillating this sounds, that year’s Oscar went to Bertolucci’s ‘The Last Emperor’.
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