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post Oct 27 2005, 08:15 AM
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I get this off a local forum posted by various person.
A few interesting ones:
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El Chupacabra
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Chupacabra, Spanish for "goat sucker", gained its name from the many reports of the creature sucking the blood from farm goats, sheep, dogs, and other small animals. Witnesses have described Chupacabra as an evasive creature three to four feet tall, eerie glowing red eyes, quills or spines along its back, no tail, and long sharp fangs. They creature is gray or green in color and somewhat human like in appearance. Some have reported that the creature had wings and long clawed arms. Many have recognized it's similar appearance to the gargoyle prompting some to believe the gargoyle myth may actually be based on fact.

It's movement is usually reported as bipedal (walking upright) although occasional reports indicate it flies (either aided by wings or by gliding using the spines on its back). It's strength and agility is construed to be far greater than most land-based creatures. Witnesses who have stumbled upon fresh scenes of an attack report a sulpher like stench. The Chupacabra's habitat is reported to be caves.

The Attacks Begin

Chupacabra first made the news in 1994 when several attacks were reported in Puerto Rico. One year later, in August of 1995, a streak of 150 animals were attacked in Canvanas, Puerto Rico and the rampage began.

Subsequent reports have arrived from Mexico, Central America, South America, Chile, and the Southern United States (primarily Florida). The reports seem to indicate a northward migration of the creature.

Chupacabra victims are almost always found with small puncture wounds in their necks and most or all of the blood drained from their bodies. In some instances the victim's internal organs had been removed through the wounds in the neck. Quite commonly there are also reports of laser-like cuts on the victim's ears. In many cases there is no blood evidence or tracks around the scene of the attack.

The Chupacabra creature

There are several theories of Chupacabra's origin. Some feel it's an entirely new species or relative of another animal (e.g. panther). Some think it's an alien species that may have escaped from unworldly visitors. Some theorize it's a undiscovered surviving dinosaur or some other prehistoric animal.

The Governments Respond

The Mexican government has officially stated that they believe that reported Chupacabra killings are the result of wild animals, most likely wild dogs. Their proposed explanation does not rationalize why the victim's bodies are not consumed nor how the blood is completely drained from the body. Understandably, the Mexican government still accepts and investigates reports from concerned citizens. MUFON (the infamous UFO research organization) has also confirmed that they have investigated recent reports in Puerto Rico.

Reports in Chile claim that representatives of the United States government, and more specifically, NASA, have even captured specimens of the creature and transferred them back to the U.S. NASA unequivocally denies these allegations.

Another Chupacabra?
(IMG:http://sacred-magick.com/images/chupa3.jpg)

Mermaid? Damn scary...
(IMG:http://sacred-magick.com/images/ikan.jpg)
Another one:
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(IMG:http://sacred-magick.com/images/duyung2.jpg)
(IMG:http://sacred-magick.com/images/duyung3.jpg)

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The Hippoman
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When Giants Once Walks the Earth
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Saudi Military has secured the whole area and no one is allowed to enter
except the ARAMCO personnel. It has been kept in secrecy, but a military
helicopter took some pictures from the air and one of the pictures leaked
out into the Internet in Saudi Arabia. See the image and note the size of
the two men standing in the picture in comparison to the size of the
skeleton!! The face from the chin to forehead is about one meter long &
the eye is the size of a person's head - can you visualize seeing someone
like this walking down the avenue!

(IMG:http://sacred-magick.com/images/PokokRukuk.jpg)

I can!
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Victim of black magick?
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This X-ray picture shows a 5-centimeter nail stuck in an unidentified South Korean patient's skull Thursday, Dec. 2, 2004. According to a Seoul hospital, doctors found the nail after the man came to the hospital, complaining about a severe headache. They speculate that the nail stuck in the man's head four years ago in an accident but the man didn't know about it. The nail was removed in a surgery last Saturday. (AP Photo/Yonhap).


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post Oct 27 2005, 09:08 AM
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Are they claiming that these are real?

The girl with two sets of legs is funny (IMG:style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)

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post Oct 27 2005, 09:20 AM
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lol, I think this topic would fall under "believe it or not"


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Really friggen creepy....dear gods.


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post Oct 30 2005, 06:59 PM
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Anyone has weird pics? Post away... (IMG:style_emoticons/default/13.gif)


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Image of an the alleged body of an alien that was found in Kyshtym, Russia in 1996. The original report claimed that an old woman who lived in the region found the creature at the site of the road and took it home to nurse it back to health, thinking that it was a baby.
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Man-fish??
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GIANTS
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I live near jake the crockadile man, the first one on the forum. You can see where he was stiched togther, its still cool though. I've also been to the Redwood Forest in california, it's a very magical place and worth while. The trees are huge there.


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Japanese Mermaid
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The corpse is kept in Karukayado Temple at Hashimoto City, Wakayama-ken. The mermaid was carried by a traveling entertainer named Chisato during the Heian Period (794-1185). The corpse is thought to be 1,400 years old. It is 65 centimeters long and wights 300 grams.

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wow.. I shouldn't have looked at that before bed.... some wierd dreams are going to be had.


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Indian Kama Sutra (IMG:style_emoticons/default/angel.gif)
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Shortest Man
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2 in 1, Indonesia
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Biggest Alligator Caught in Malaysia

Mermaid (fake or not?)
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Sandstorm in Iraq
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Only in Pakistan
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Only in Japan
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Only in Indonesia
(IMG:http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d102/nitrodamuz/in_indonesia.jpg)

Only in India
(IMG:http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d102/nitrodamuz/in_india.jpg)

Only in Hawaii (here I come!)
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Only in China
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Only in Bangladesh
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Only in Australia
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http://www.weirdpicturearchive.com/pics/al-deadhead.html
http://www.weirdpicturearchive.com/pics/al-deadlegs.html
http://www.weirdpicturearchive.com/pics/al-deadarms.html
http://www.weirdpicturearchive.com/pics/al-dead2.html
http://www.weirdpicturearchive.com/pics/al-dead3.html
http://www.weirdpicturearchive.com/img/sci-mouseear.jpg


I couldn't put the damn pictures for some reason so ere are some of the links.

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The very first picture of this post is "Jake, the Alligator Man" who can be viewed at Marsh's Free Museum in Long Beach, Washington, USA. ... I kid u not.

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I like the tree that's doing the arabesque. As a former ballet dancer I find it amusing, and it reminds me of the Greek legends of the Dryads.

As for the huge fish, a lot of fish get that big so that photo isn't as strange as it sounds.


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I'm making this a sticky as I will add to this collection regularly.
If you have any pics to add to this topic please post away.
Enjoy!

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"World's Smallest Living Horse" by Guinness World Records
A 5-year old world's smallest horse, weighing in at 57 pounds and standing just 17 inches tall.

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Cars cars cars
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The Red Sea Crossing Site Found by Ron Wyatt

The children of Israel lived in the Nile delta area or the land of Rameses, and first encamped at the northern end of the Gulf of Suez or Succoth at the beginning of the Exodus. This was the first point where they went into the camping mode. Then they traveled through the wilderness of the Red Sea, or what wecall today the Sinai Peninsula, and encountered the Gulf of Aqaba. (I Kings 9:26 calls this the Red Sea.)

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Wadi Watir had the Children of Israel "entangled." Exit point at the large beach at Nuweiba


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Above, the Wadi Watir winding its way to the Red Sea Crossing site at Nuweiba, had the children of Israel
thinking Moses had made a wrong decision to bring them this way.


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God caused a strong east wind to blow the waters back so the people could walk ten miles through the Red Sea to safety in Arabia. The crossing path is about a quarter to a half mile wide and is on a gradual slope down to the bottom of the Red Sea and then up to the Saudi beach. On either side of this path are the depths of the Red Sea, the Eilat Deep and the Aragonese Deep, each 3000 and 5000 feet deep respectively.


(IMG:http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a375/Tommy_tomcat/Nazca%20lines/nuweiba-column5.jpg)

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King Solomon had these columns erected 400 years after the miracle of the crossing of the Red Sea on dry land. Solomon's sea port was at the northern tip of the Gulf of Aqaba at Eilat (I Kings 9:26) and he was very familiar with the Red Sea crossing site, as it was in his neighborhood. The Bible even mentions this column! Isaiah 19:19, "In that day there will be an altar to the Lord in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar to the Lord at its border." You can visit the beach today and see the column in person



Chariot Wheels Found in the Sea at Nuweiba!

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chariot wheels fixed to axels standing at attention on the seabed.

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photo taken of a gilded chariot wheel that remains on the sea floor.

[img]http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a375/Tommy_tomcat/Nazca%20lines/wheelc.jpg[/img]

[img]http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a375/Tommy_tomcat/Nazca%20lines/saudi4.jpg[/img]

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[img]http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a375/Tommy_tomcat/Nazca%20lines/bone.jpg[/img]

There are numerous chariot wheels, plus human and horse bones at the crossing site. Above on right, is a human femur bone that is covered by coral, and was tested at Stockholm University. It is from the right leg of a man 165-170cm tall. It is basically mineralized by resting in the Red Sea for such a long time.

The 'Kohona' aka 'Hawiian Hairless', 'Rubber Cat'. You've NEVER heard of a Kohana???

Well, its not surprising, most people haven't.

What IS a Kohana? The Kohana is the result of a mutation originating in Hawaii and is the ONLY true hairless breed of cat. It's true! Kohana's have no fuzz whatsoever... no hair follicles... Where a Sphynx feels like a warm peach, a Kohana feels more like a warm candle. To date, there are only 18 of these cats in existence,


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A waitress holds up a frog with eight legs in a restaurant in Quanzhou, in southeast China's Fujian province, on Feb. 28, 2007. The restaurant's owners, who normally serve frog's legs as a dish, have decided to spare the unique animal.
(AP Photo)

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A newly born piglet with one head, two mouths, two noses and three eyes is put between two mirrors during a presentation for photographers in Xi'an, northwest China's Shannxi province, March 6, 2007. Experts attributed its condition to genetic variation, local media reported.
(China Daily/ Reuters )


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He weighs in at 22 pounds and measures a little over 3 feet. He is a breed of rabbit called German Giant (how appropriate!). This is his owner, Hans Wagner, struggling to hold him up. From the NY Post article...We don't feed him an unusual diet, said Wagner. He goes through more than his brothers and sisters, but he eats the same food mix. His favorite food is actually lettuce...he can never get enough of it.

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The above-displayed photograph and accompanying information were taken from a 3 February 2006 New York Post article. The critter pictured is German Giant, an angora hare belonging to German breeder Hans Wagner. The extraordinarily large hare weights 17 lbs., measures 17 inches high on all fours, and stands over three feet tall on his hind legs.

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To find out how unusual Wagner's wabbit is, The Post contacted Six Bells Rabbitry in Arvada, Colo.

"That's a huge animal. That's amazing," said breeder Michelle Jones. "In the States, it's hard to get them past 12 to 15 pounds."

How did German Giant get so big?

"I don't feed him an unusual diet," said Wagner. "He goes through more than his brothers and sisters, but he eats the same food mix. His favorite food is actually lettuce. He can never get enough of it."

Herr Hare is unusual in another way, he noted. "Unlike some other rabbits I've had, he's really a gentle character — a gentle giant."

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WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand fishermen may have caught the largest Colossal squid ever found -- weighing around 450kg (992 pounds) and with rings the size of tires.


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QUOTE(The White Chaos @ Apr 19 2006, 08:51 AM) *
wow.. I shouldn't have looked at that before bed.... some wierd dreams are going to be had.

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QUOTE(| Kinjo @ Nov 28 2005, 10:11 AM) *
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The corpse is kept in Karukayado Temple at Hashimoto City, Wakayama-ken. The mermaid was carried by a traveling entertainer named Chisato during the Heian Period (794-1185). The corpse is thought to be 1,400 years old. It is 65 centimeters long and wights 300 grams.

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actually, where I live, two headed snakes are very common........but the other pics are kind of fake.......the people who made this are hoax geniuses...... (IMG:style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif) (IMG:style_emoticons/default/insane.gif)


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check out this squirrel~~~~ http://www.comegetyousome.com/viewpic.php?id=2607


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QUOTE(+ Kinjo - @ Apr 4 2007, 09:19 AM) *

there is nothing wird about this tree, this is in disney's "animal kingdom" and its antually made of plastic and metal.......I saw it!!!!whats amazing its the artistry puton to make it look so real


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I specially like the giant bunny...so cute and the giant cat...but the trees are man made,there is also a picture i saw once about a jinn that's guarding a treasure and caught on camera..
Nice pics though....

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I specially like the giant bunny...so cute and the giant cat...but the trees are man made,this is also a picture i saw once about a jinn that's guarding a treasure and caught on camera..
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