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The København was built for the Danish East Asiatic Company in 1921, When it was launched it was the world’s largest sailing ship. It sails stood over 5 stories high. From 1921 to 1928 the ship made nine voyages, visiting nearly every continent and completing two circumnavigations. Vanished without a trace On September 21, 1928, the København departed from Nørresundby...

The SS Baychimo ghost ship was a steel-hulled 1,322 ton, a steam-powered vessel that started its life in Sweden when it was constructed in 1914. Its career as an ocean-going cargo ship started under the name Ångermanelfven for a German shipping company, where it spent some time as a trading vessel operating between Hamburg and Sweden...

For centuries, historians and archaeologists have puzzled over the many mysteries of Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument that took Neolithic builders an estimated 1,500 years to erect. Located in southern England, it is comprised of roughly 100 massive upright stones placed in a circular layout. Whi1e many modern scholars now agree that Stonehenge was once a burial...

Werewolf, also known as lycanthropes, are legendary shape-shifting humans. As the name suggests, the shape these creatures take on is that of a wolf. The history of the werewolf legend has sprung up independently or spread to virtually every area of the Earth. It is also one of the oldest legends of human monsters in recorded...

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