Archive for the ‘amazing tales’ Category

A 13-year-old golden eagle huntress in Mongolia

A 13-year-old golden eagle huntress in Mongolia

By Ben | amazing tales, animals, photography

Ashol-Pan may well be the only woman in the world hunting with a golden eagle. [&hellip

Landfill Harmonic: An Orchestra from Trash

Landfill Harmonic: An Orchestra from Trash

By Ben | amazing tales, film, inspirational, music

"Landfill Harmonic reveals a mind-boggling, inventive effort to change that - musical instruments made from [&hellip

There Are Whales Alive Today Who Were Born Before Moby Dick Was Written

There Are Whales Alive Today Who Were Born Before Moby Dick Was Written

By Ben | amazing tales, animals

The Alaska Dispatch, in a story about the population rebound of bowhead whales noted (emphasis [&hellip

Holy Grail of Baseball Cards: The T-206 Honus Wagner

Holy Grail of Baseball Cards: The T-206 Honus Wagner

By Ben | amazing tales, history, sports

"Starting from January 1909, the [American Tabacco Company] sought authorization from baseball players for inclusion [&hellip

Nancy Wake- WWII Special Agent

Nancy Wake- WWII Special Agent

By Ben | amazing tales, history

Nancy Grace Augusta Wake AC GM served as a British agent during the later part [&hellip

First Person POV of an Ice Climbing Fall

First Person POV of an Ice Climbing Fall

By Ben | amazing tales, sports

"In late February, Mark Roberts was soloing Parsley Fern Lefthand Gully when he was knocked [&hellip

The True-Life Horror that Inspired Moby-Dick

The True-Life Horror that Inspired Moby-Dick

By Ben | amazing tales, history

Definitely one of the most amazing (yet disturbing) stories I've heard. The excerpt below is [&hellip

Amazing Story- Man Squats in a Church for 4 years

Amazing Story- Man Squats in a Church for 4 years

By Ben | amazing tales, history

"Lim spent more and more of his time concealed inside the church, keeping away from [&hellip

Neil Armstrong narrowly avoids death. Returns quietly to his desk to do paperwork.

Neil Armstrong narrowly avoids death. Returns quietly to his desk to do paperwork.

By Ben | amazing tales, history, science

from the Smithsonian Air & Space Magazine via Boing Boing "In his Armstrong biography First [&hellip

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