Monthly Archives: February 2014

10 Eerie Slave Hauntings From The Deep South – Listverse

See on Scoop.it – Black Hawk Voodoo The northeast of the US has plenty of hauntings due to the length of time Europeans have been settled there. The South, however, has its dark history of sl See on listverse.com Advertisements

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10 Truly Crazy Birds From World Mythology – Listverse

See on Scoop.it – World Spirituality and Religion Mankind has long been fascinated with birds because of their mysteriousness, seasonal disappearances, ability to fly, and freedom to go where we simply cou See on listverse.com

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10 Visions Of Hell That Will Scare The Crap Out Of You – Listverse

See on Scoop.it – Congo Square Preservation Society If there’s one thing our Sunday school teachers taught us, it’s that Hell is a terrifying place. Pillars of fire, pits of burning sulfur, the interminable See on listverse.com

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Kalamu Salaam – Timeline Photos | Facebook

See on Scoop.it – Congo Square Preservation Society HISTORY: He Helped Over 800 Slaves Escape – The Life of William Still – http://t.co/ZO6Wh4bu96 See on http://www.facebook.com

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allAfrica.com: InFocus » Scores Killed in Alleged Boko Haram Attack

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Where to Do Business in Africa: Ghana | The Prepaid Economy

See on Scoop.it – Africa: The Mother Continent A country like Ghana didn’t have the money or the technology to drill it’s own oil so instead they partner up with foreign companies, you will find that the board of directors … Continue reading

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PHOTOS: Buddhist Cave Temples Will Blow Your Mind

See on Scoop.it – World Spirituality and Religion After seeing these stunning Buddhist temples located inside caves, we want to drop everything that we are currently doing and visit them. The isolation of these sites serves to intensify the spiritual … Continue reading

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