Crazy And Weird People Around The World

Here are some crazy and weird people images. Lizard Man or His real first name Erik Sprague is a sideshow performer and freak illustrate that is most excellent known for his remarkable uninteresting body adjustment. He has whetted his teeth, occupied Body tattoo by means of green weighing machine, sub dermal implants, and Bifurcated language and now he has newly get green inked lips. Erik Sprague is making his livelihood as a freak by performing arts all over the earth which also comprise frequent salaried community look and TV shows. He is also sideshow performer and a number of his do something he performs are human blockhead, gavages, fire consumption, and sword consumes insectivore and the human dartboards. Check out these scary images of crazy people pictures. Take a look.
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Rainbow Cloud Over Mt. Everest
Dazzling: A rainbow cloud dwarfs Mt Everest in the Himalayas, taking photographer Oleg Bartunov by surprise
The phenomenon is caused by light reflecting off tiny ice crystals inside the body of the cloud's water vapour.
'I only took a couple of shots as I was overwhelmed with feelings and wanted to see everything with my eyes and prolong the moment,' Mr Bartunov said.
'The light was coming from the sun, which was right under the clouds at the perfect angle to create the magical effect.'
When he witnessed the event he could hardly believe this eyes, so asked others nearby to confirm that it really was a rainbow cloud.

10 Largest Protected Areas In The World

While it seems that wetlands, woodland areas, rain forests, deserts and other large areas of natural terrain are being gobbled up by man and our lust for money, this isn’t always the case. Many areas of our world, around 15% is protected from any man-made devastation. This equated to over 160,000 places on Earth that are protected. The good news is these efforts top reserve our planet and its creatures is paying off by slowing the extinction rate of many species of life and in some cases has reversed the trend.

10. Northeast Greenland National Park

Floating Village On Magical Tonle Sap Lake

In Cambodia there is three villages that are attached together and called Kampong Phluk. The interesting thing about them is that they float on the Tonle Sap lake that lies about 16 km southeast of Siem Reap. The houses in these villages are built on wood poles that vary from 6-8 meters.
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Breaking The Law

Bear wrestling is illegal in Oklahoma. Did you know that? So is not having a well kept lawn in various parts of Utah. Did you know that? The two aforementioned laws are just a few from a handful of the most outrageous laws from across the globe.
Nine times out of ten, a law is put in place with the general public’s best interest in mind. With that being said, today’s infographic showcases the top laws that make some scratch their heads a little.
Just the story behind the existence of these laws baffle me more than anything. What made masked gatherings banned in New York? Or why does a PC repair man have to have a private investigators license in the state of Texas? We need answers. [Via]

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Strange Airport

Madeira International Airport, located near Funchal, Madeira in Portugal was first opened on July 1964 with two 1,600-meter (5,249 ft) runways. The short runway made landing a tricky business for even the most experienced of pilots. The high mountains surrounding the airport and the nearby ocean only complicated matters. First the pilots has to aim their aircraft at the mountains, and then break a hard right to meet the runway. Aside to the shift of direction, the warm winds coming off the ocean meet the cooler mountain dry air, which in-turn produces massive turbulence.


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He harp is one of the world's oldest musical instruments, with evidence of its use dating as far back as 3000 B.C. Modern harps have the largest range of all the instruments in an orchestra. The Great Seal of Ireland includes a harp, which is a symbol of the country. Harps are shaped much like bows, and it is thought that the first harp was based on the weapon.


Ancient yet modern, fabulously rich yet achingly poor. The city of Bombay originally consisted of seven islands, namely Colaba, Mazagaon, Old Woman's Island, Wadala, Mahim, Parel, and Matunga-Sion. This group of islands, which have since been joined together by a series of reclamations, formed part of the kingdom of Ashoka, the famous Emperor of India.

After his death, these islands passed into the hands of various Hindu rulers until 1343. In that year, the Mohammedans of Gujerat took possession and the Kings of that province of India ruled for the next two centuries. The only vestige (mark) of their dominion over these islands that remains today is the mosque at Mahim.

In 1534 the Portuguese, who already possessed many important trading centers on the western coast, such as Panjim, Daman, and Diu, took Bombay by force of arms from the Mohammedans. This led to the establishment of numerous churches which were constructed in areas where the majority of people were Roman Catholics. There used to be two areas in Bombay called "Portuguese Church". However, only one church with Portuguese-style facade still remains; it is the St. Andrew's church at Bandra. The Portuguese also fortified their possession by building forts at Sion, Mahim, Bandra, and Bassien which, although in disrepair, can still be seen. They named their new possession as "Bom Baia" which in Portuguese means "Good Bay".

Nepal's Kung Fu Nuns

It is a hot, cloudless morning on a hillside on the outskirts of Kathmandu and dozens of nuns arrange themselves into lines around a golden Buddhist shrine.
In unison, each slams a clenched fist into their opposite palm, breathes deeply and waits, motionless in the rising heat.
But these devotees are not here to pray or to meditate, for they have gathered to undergo a rigorous and aggressive martial arts routine as the world’s first order of kung fu nuns.
Every day, they exchange their maroon robes and philosophical studies for a intense 90-minute session of hand chops, punches, shrieks and soaring high kicks.
The nuns, in contrast to most Buddhist groups, are also taught to lead prayers and given basic business skills, as well as running a guest house and coffee shop at the abbey and driving jeeps to Kathmandu to get supplies.
Kung fu came to the nunnery only four years ago when its spiritual leader, His Holiness the 12th Gyalwang Drukpa, visited Vietnam, where he saw nuns receiving combat training that was previously used by Viet Cong guerrillas.
“His Holiness wants the nuns to be like the men, with the same rights in the world,” she said. “That is why we get the chance to do everything, not just kung fu.
“We also have the chance here to learn many things, like tennis and skating. And we have the chance also to learn English and Tibetan, and musical instruments.
“In the past only men could do some of the dances. Now we have the chance to take part. Before nuns could not do anything and now we have the chance to do anything the monks can do.”The nunnery is enjoying a surge in popularity since introducing the kung fu lessons and now has some 300 nuns practising martial arts techniques. – Photos by AFP.

Top 5 Horrific Prisons In The World

The prison system is for sure one of the most dreaded places anyone would like to be. In spite of that people are strangely attracted to it as a tourist attraction.
Over the history of human civilization the prisons had an evolution of their own; so it comes as no surprise that so many of them are today craved to be visited by the regular people.
If some prisons are remains of historical events, some strike as odd, while others hold the scariest history of people who were wrongfully accused.

1) Elmina Castle, Ghana: Slaves’ prison where death was at home
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