History’s Most Overlooked Mysteries

March 30, 2011
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History’s Most Overlooked Mysteries

Rongorongo
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Lost City of Helike
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The Bog Bodies
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Fall of the Minoans
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The Carnac Stones
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Who Was Robin Hood?
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The Lost Roman Legion
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The Voynich Manuscript
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The Tarim Mummies
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Disappearance of the Indus Valley Civilization
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Military Mischief

August 22, 2009

Army Humor

THANK GOD THEY CAN STILL MAINTAIN THEIR SENSE OF HUMOR OVER THERE!

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“Armarillo by Morning” by the British Army

October 17, 2007

Another outstanding music video courtesy of the British Army and one of my former college professors who got it from one of there commanding officers. ..I present “Amarillo By Morning”… I’m sure it was one hell of a boost for moral while in the desert. God knows it has boosted mine!


A little place called Kosovo (British Army’s version of the Beach Boy’s Kokomo)

October 17, 2007

I think these guys are FABULOUS! They are members of the British Army, trying to boost moral and make a lil fun for the guys fighting in the desert. I got these vid from my professor, who got it from a commanding officer where they were stationed at the time. Enjoy, and God Bless the troops!