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Menjelang cap go meh : Pulau Kemaro dan legendanya

Aokigahara Forest in Japan.  No wind, no wildlife, deathly quiet.  Known as suicide forest.  A negative energy, yet so beautiful.

Aokigahara forest, Japan - Aokigahara is known as the Sea of Trees, a 35 km forest that lies at the north west base of Mount Fuji in Japan. The forest, which has a historic association with demons in Japanese mythology, is a popular place for suicides.

Memorial monument above the ruins of the Fortress of Brest

Memorial monument above the ruins of the Fortress of Brest - Byelorussia USSR - Belarus

Sharpening teeth is a very painful form of body modification, considered beautiful in some parts of the world.

Sharpening teeth is a very painful form of change .It is considered the ultimate form of beauty. Women Bagobo of Mindanao, island of the Philippines, must have spent many hours grinding of teeth rudimantare using various tools such as stone and wood.

People have been finding strange holes in Russian forests.  This has been occurring since the end of the 1980s. This strange phenomenon consists of deep holes that appear suddenly in the dense forests, in those places that no truck or car can get to, let alone drill anything. If these holes are being dug, there is no soil around these holes that indicate that they have been drilled. People who have gone down these holes haven’t found anything, and there is no answer on how these holes are…

People have been finding strange holes in Russian forests. This has been occurring since the end of the These deep holes that appear suddenly in the dense forests, in those places that no truck or car can get to, let alone drill anything.

In the spring of 1977, off the coast of New Zealand, a Japanese fishing trawler accidentally netted a decaying carcass of a gigantic creature 30 feet long, with spines down its neck and back weighing 4,000 pounds. As it was hauled up on to the boat, the fishermen photographed the creature which resembled a type of an aquatic dinosaur known as a pleisosaur, a dinosaur species that supposedly went extinct 65 million years ago.

In the spring of 1977, off the coast of New Zealand, a Japanese fishing trawler accidentally netted a decaying carcass of a gigantic creature 30 feet long, with spines down its neck and back weighing 4,000 pounds. As it was hauled up on to the boat, the fishermen photographed the creature which resembled a type of an aquatic dinosaur known as a pleisosaur, a dinosaur species that supposedly went extinct 65 million years ago.