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Snow wheels - a strange phenomenon of weather

Snow wheels - a strange phenomenon of weather

Miss Agnes Schmidt "Rubber-Skinned Girl" or "Elephant Girl," had skin at the top of her legs that was over a foot long, so it stretched far off her body. During the 1930s she performed with the sideshow Ripley's Believe It or Not. She was never married.

Agnes Schmidt

Miss Agnes Schmidt "Rubber-Skinned Girl" or "Elephant Girl," had skin at the top of her legs that was over a foot long, so it stretched far off her body. During the 1930s she performed with the sideshow Ripley's Believe It or Not. She was never married.

Sand after its struck by lighting. Awesome!!

Sand after its struck by lighting. Awesome!!

Snowman's best friend, walking the dog

Snowman's best friend, walking the dog

TOP 10 Nature’s Phenomena. Check out that cloud's ass...

TOP 10 Nature's Phenomena

TOP 10 Nature’s Phenomena. Check out that cloud's ass...

Those clouds look like mountains... Ain't no mountains in Dallas!

Those clouds look like mountains... Ain't no mountains in Dallas!

The always amazing Aurora borealis and Milky way, Iceland

The always amazing Aurora borealis and Milky way, Iceland

Previous Pinner labeled this picture as Lighthouse in Michigan City, IN. I have seen similar pictures labeled St Joseph Northpier Lighthouse in St Joseph, MI. Either way, great picture!

Previous Pinner labeled this picture as Lighthouse in Michigan City, IN. I have seen similar pictures labeled St Joseph Northpier Lighthouse in St Joseph, MI. Either way, great picture!

Oakville Blobs, Washington Aug. 7, 1994. A sudden rainfall  brought with it a weird gelatinous goo.blobs would fall five more times over the next few weeks.the entire town started to get sick with unexplained flu-like symptoms, vertigo,  blurred vision and nausea. Several cats and dogs who contacted the blobs died mysteriously. University of Washington scientists examined some of the blobs and found they contained human white blood cells and several bacteria, but nobody knows what they are

Oakville Blobs, Washington Aug. 7, 1994. A sudden rainfall brought with it a weird gelatinous goo.blobs would fall five more times over the next few weeks.the entire town started to get sick with unexplained flu-like symptoms, vertigo, blurred vision and nausea. Several cats and dogs who contacted the blobs died mysteriously. University of Washington scientists examined some of the blobs and found they contained human white blood cells and several bacteria, but nobody knows what they are

folding lava

folding lava

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