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    Thomas Theodore Merrylin the vampire hunter, and his creatures

    Great research @Banta! I like your investigation of the newspaper article to smell out this hoax. (Whoever this Alex CF is, you've got to give him credit for detail.) I like your premise of this collection being a ruse to hide these creatures in plain site. There are so many hoaxers out there...
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    Thomas Theodore Merrylin the vampire hunter, and his creatures

    You're right about that. As much as I want to believe it, I would never tell anyone (including myself) it's real unless it was validated by certain tests. Besides, you'd think Ripley would've got his hands on these at some point!
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    Ancient Romans built the General Post Office of Dublin

    Although not technically Irish history, in order to understand more about the big picture of the history of the British Isles, I'd recommend reading "The History of the Kings of Britain" translated by Geoffrey of Monmouth in about 1136. It's considered a psuedo history because of the Giants and...
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    Thomas Theodore Merrylin the vampire hunter, and his creatures

    Amazing! I can't believe I've never heard of this guy! I'm very much into cryptozoology and while there are hoaxers out there, the hoax is fairly easy to spot if you know what anamolies to look for. These could be authentic. I've read stories about people finding werewolf and faun skeletons by...
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    Oakmulgee Capital Town Ruins in Georgia - where are they?

    Thanks for this link. I can see you are way ahead of me on the strange things that happened in Georgia's past.
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    Book | The Dead Towns of Georgia by Charles Colcock Jones

    Very interesting post and great book. Thank you, KD! I downloaded it right away. I agree it's probably a cover story for various reasons. I got stuck on the Prefatory Note with this line. Who do you think the Trust is? Have you ever heard of it before?
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    Oakmulgee Capital Town Ruins in Georgia - where are they?

    Interesting book! Thanks! However, there's no telling what kind of ancient civilization(s) there was in Georgia. There have been so many fires burning down courthouses there was actually a book written on the subject called Georgia Courthouse Disasters. Who knows what happened at these...
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    Triumphal Arches, aka Ianuae Magicae: bridge portals between places, or regular structures?

    The first known (or rather one of the oldest) Triumphal Arch was built for Caesar Augustus in Rimini, Italy in 27 B.C. This arch did have a wall around it. Nothing strange about that. Found this about it on Wikipedia: "The four clipei (shields) placed next to the capitals each depict Roman...
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    79 A.D. no more: Pompeii got buried in 1631

    Interesting post. I looked up Dominico Fontana's water conduit and this was the first result that appeared - Features of the Domenico Fontana's Water Conduit (the Canal of Count Sarno) and the Date of Pompeii Destruction. I'll have to look into this further. I also looked up Mt. Vesuvius and it...
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    How did astronauts get through the Van Allen Belts in 1969?

    I read about half of this book - First on the Moon - from the library awhile back and noticed a lot of weird stuff. It was published the year after the first moon landing. One thing I thought was interesting was Mrs. Aldrin being bored looking at the earth during the second television broadcast...
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    Foundlings and Orphan Trains: video by CONSPIRACY-R-US

    Interesting how the foundlings in Russia in 1882 were sent to all the same places the Circassians lived only about 20 years ago. In 1864, the Circassian peoples (including the Tartars) were exiled to the Ottoman empire. Coincidentally, the same year as our own U.S. civil war was going on. It was...
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    Triumphal Arches, aka Ianuae Magicae: bridge portals between places, or regular structures?

    Talk about not easy to build! This is an image of what's known as Dwarfie Stane on Orkney island in Scotland. Dwarfie Stane - Wikipedia The official story is it's a tomb, although I find that hard to believe since this is probably the worst and hardest way to build a tomb (plus, a stunning...
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    Did Unicorns live a few hundred years ago?

    Here's an interesting read that might answer some questions about the existence of unicorns. It's called "Historical Evidence For Unicorns" by Larry Brian Radka Bought it on Amazon. Here's the link: Historical Evidence for Unicorns (I'm not affiliated with Amazon in any way and won't make any...
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    Hyperborea: what if it still exists?

    The thing that really stuck out to me while studying Hyperborea is what Pliny the Elder (23 - 79 A.D.), who lived during the time of the apostles, said about it: “At this spot are supposed to be the hinges upon which the world revolves, and the extreme limits of the revolutions of the stars...
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