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DARK HISTORY – 45 Disturbingly True Facts

DARK HISTORY - 45 Disturbing True Facts
No fancy words, just straight facts. 45 of them to be exact, and all of them are dark! Enjoy!

Kids under 5 years will often try to hide from a fire, instead of running. Which leads to firefighters finding more bodies of children than adults.

Because of radioactivity, Marie Curie’s body will continue to emit radiation for another millennium and a half. You have to sign a liability waiver if you want to see any of her possessions.

A body falling from 14 stories high, onto the pavement, will have cracks in the skin like stomping on an orange

If you need to dispose of a body in water, you have to cut open their abdomen first. Due to the bloating portion of decomposition, gasses will build up in the chest cavity which causes the corpse to float to the surface. Hopefully you don’t need that information in the future.

The United States Government has a plan for collecting taxes after a nuclear explosion!

A spider’s legs curl up when they die because they lose all blood pressure in their body. Spiders legs extend through hydraulic force which uses their blood as the hydraulic fluid.

The Pepsi-Cola company once responded to a man who claimed to have found a mouse in his can of Mountain Dew by stating it was an impossibility, due to the high concentration of citric acid, any biological remains left in a can from the canning to consumption time frame would be dissolved before opening. Yummy!

Your face is a crumple zone. If you fall forward, even really hard, you can avoid concussion and brain damage. However, you may have 20 broken bones in your face and skull.

The smell of cutting into a human skull is eerily similar to that of opening a fresh bag of Fritos. You either learn to hate Fritos or get hungry around the smell of skull dust. Dammit Boy!

1 to 3 percent of your mass is made up of bacteria.

If your pee smells like movie theater popcorn for longer than a week you should get checked for diabetes.

McDonalds stated that it costs more to make worm burgers than it does to make beef burgers. (Actually said by McDonalds to refute the claim they were padding out beef burgers with worm meat.)

The organ that sells for the most on the dark Web is the small intestine at about 800,000 USD

Bears will perform oral sex on their partners.

Blue crabs will eat anything within a few days and will mutilate bones beyond recognition

If your body gets severely low on vitamin C, your old scars will open back up, even surgical scars. It’s because even though they seem dormant and healed they are actually constantly regenerating, which requires vitamin C.

If you slap yourself in the nipple it will become erect in 8 seconds or less. Have fun!

Tapirs have prehensile penises.

Spotted hyenas have a birth canal that passes through their pseudo-penis clitoris, so pups very well may need to literally claw their way into the world, or suffocate trying.

Penguins regularly commit acts of necrophilia and prostitute themselves for pretty rocks. Sometimes they lie, too, and just steal the rocks.

A Platypus doesn’t have nipples, they just sweat milk

Your cellphone is more disgusting than a public toilet. Your cellphone has 10 times more bacteria on it than the average public restroom. Gross.

Roughly 250,000 deaths are caused by medical errors each year.

Horned Lizards squirt blood from their eyes as a defense mechanism.

You could be trapped in a coma like state and be aware of it. “Locked in syndrome” might just be the most terrifying medical condition. It’s when you’re stuck between being asleep and awake. You know you’re awake and can hear and see things around you. However, can’t talk and can only move your eyes, so you’re unable to respond to anything.

Your child is exactly as creepy as you think they are. Twenty percent of children report hearing voices. It could be imaginary friends or Great Aunt Phyllis.
Attack of The Killer Bees might not be too far from the truth.

The Japanese giant hornet has venom so powerful, it’s said to “melt” human flesh.

1/3 of murders go unsolved in the United States.

More than 80 million bacteria are exchanged in a single kiss. Think about that next time you give your date a kiss. Is it really worth it?

Pine trees have proven that they can grow inside the body. Doctors recently went into surgery to remove what they thought was a tumor. It turned out to be a fir tree growing in the man’s lungs.

There might be a haunted Russian radio station. UVB-76 is a low-frequency radio station that has been broadcasting since 1982. No one knows where the broadcast is originating. It’s mostly just a buzzing noise with an occasional Russian voice transmission.

Mice and rats can spread at least 35 different diseases to humans. These infections include salmonellosis, hantavirus, and rat-bite fever.

Humans shed skin too. Like, a lot of skin. According to the WHO (World Health Organization) and recent studies, the average person will shed roughly 112 pounds of skin in their lifetime.

It takes the death of 27,000 trees daily to make toilet paper for humans.

Babies grow mustaches in the womb that then spread to cover their entire body in hair called Lanugo. The body hair keeps them warm and helps regulate body temperature. Don’t worry, they shed it before birth.

In the 1800s, dentures were made out of the real teeth of deceased people

There exists in the Czech Republic a small Roman Catholic chapel called the Sedlec Ossuary. What makes this church different? Its decorations are made from human bones. The ossuary is estimated to hold the skeletons of 40,000 to 70,000 people.

Mice and rats can spread at least 35 different diseases to humans. These infections include salmonellosis, hantavirus, and rat-bite fever.

The film A Nightmare on Elm Street is based on a real story reported in the LA Times. A boy was terrified to go to sleep, and when he did, he died while screaming about a nightmare

In 1915, Dr. D.K. Briggs of Blackville, South Carolina, declared 30-year-old Essie Dunbar dead after an apparent epilepsy attack. She was buried the following morning, but her sister in the neighboring town couldn’t get there until after the coffin had been lowered into the ground. When she arrived, she asked the ministers to dig up the coffin so she could see her sister one last time. When the screws were removed and the coffin opened, Essie sat up and smiled at her sister. She went on to live another 47 years, although many people believed her to be a zombie

There are about 25 to 50 active serial killers in the United States.

There is such a thing as homicidal sleepwalking. It’s also called homicidal somnambulism, or sleepwalking murder. In 2005, Jules Lowe was acquitted of murder after killing his father because he was sleepwalking during the crime.

We’ve come a long way when it comes to maternity care. Did you know chainsaws were originally created for childbirth? Before caesareans were perfected, if babies were too big to pass through the birth canal, a chainsaw was used to removed parts of the pelvis quickly

The Catacombs of Paris hold the remains of more than six million people. Its walls are also made of bones.

The film A Nightmare on Elm Street is based on a real story reported in the LA Times. A boy was terrified to go to sleep, and when he did, he died while screaming about a nightmare

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