10 Creepy Vintage Videos

10 Creepy Vintage Videos

I have some creepy old footage for you. So from a weird massive pig to the most scary house ever – here are 10 creepy vintage videos. Our Video On This: 10) The Man With The Rubber Head: The plot to this one is that a mad scientist keeps a live head in his lab… and he likes to do bizarre experiments to it. 9)  The Dancing Pig: The plot to this one is a young girl having a picnic. After being interrupted by a dancing pig she decides to humiliate him. You might recognise the MEGA-CREEPY last few seconds of footage. It was a popular gif that spread through creepy message boards a few years ago. 8) The Astronomer’s Dream: Filmed in 1908, the plot here is that the moon suddenly attacks an astronomer and eats his telescope. The astronomer soon learns that the moon never travels alone. 7) The Frog: It’s kinda hard to describe this one but it almost looks like something from Abe’s Oddysee. 6) The Electric Hotel: The plot to this next one is simple. A couple spend the night in a hotel. But this is no normal hotel. This is an electric hotel, where the existence of electricity makes everything go mental for some reason. 5) Sweet Dreams Intermingled With Nightmares: In this video a little girl is visiting a pond when demonic spirits come to life. They drag her to hell where they torment her further. Suddenly she awakes in the real world. Falling back to sleep, she awakes in a magic garden full of goodness. But she soon awakes in the...
5 Explorers You Need To Know Of

5 Explorers You Need To Know Of

From a man who fought off Russian spies, for a lost ark containing the bones of four christian saints, to a circus magician strongman, archaeologist who carried a mummy back to England. This is a list of 5 explorers you need to know of. 5) Danny douglas:   Danny Douglas was a real life Indiana Jones, who recovered a real lost ark, while fighting off Russian spies with the same goal. They were both in search of a shrine lost during WWII containing the bones of John the Baptist, and three other Christian saints. The Ark was hidden underneath a castle owned by noble Beaufort-Spontin family. They were forced to leave the castle after being branded Nazi-sympathisers. They were the only people who knew it’s location, and vowed to one day reclaim it. Douglas was a well connected businessman when he secretly teamed up with a member of the Beaufort-Spontin family to recover it. Douglas fought with the Czechoslovakian police to find the treasure first, but eventually lost. It now stands in a museum in Czechoslovakia. 4) William Montgomery McGovern:   William led an incredibly interesting life. He was an anthropologist, an adventurer, a university Professor, a journalist, and at one point a Buddhist monk in Japan. He explored the Amazon, lived through a Mexican revolt, studied at Oxford, and was even a war correspondent, and military strategist. All by the age of 30. Montgomery snuck into Tibet disguised as porter. He was found out, and an angry mob led by Buddhist monks stoned his house. He then snuck out through the back door, and joined in stoning the house....
5 Most Amazing Colosseum Fights of All Time

5 Most Amazing Colosseum Fights of All Time

From a fight between, an elephant an angry rhino, to a flooded Colosseum full of naval ships fighting. This is a list of the most amazing Colosseum fights of all time. 5) Elephant Vs Rhino:   Animal fights were common in the Colosseum. Gladiators, slaves, or criminals would often fight animals to the death. Sometimes animals would just be released into it, and then shot at by archers from a safe area. The Romans enjoyed this but decided to take it a step further by making the animals fight each other. One of the most famous of these fights was between an elephant, and a rhinoceros. You can imagine a fight between a rhinoceros, and an elephant would be exciting enough on it’s own, but this fight had twist ending. The elephant, instead of using conventional fighting techniques, used it trunk to pick up a spear and blind the Rhinoceros in the eyes. After that, it was a sure win for the elephant. 4) Flamma:   Flamma was a born gladiator, who loved the thrill of the fight. He fought 34 fights in the Colosseum, winning 21 times, drawing nine, and losing 4. Throughout his career he was offered his freedom four times, and turned it down every single time. His passion for murder made him a very likable person back then, and he became so popular they even put his face on a coin. Inevitably he died fighting, but remained a legend forever. He has already been immortalized by many games, and stories. 3) Priscus against Verus:   Priscus, and Verus are two of the luckiest Gladiators to ever live....
5 Greatest War Heroes

5 Greatest War Heroes

From a sniper who shot 700 soldiers before getting his face blown up, and surviving, to a man who captured 42 Nazis with a sword. This is a list of  the 5 greatest war heroes. 5) Audie Murphy:   Audie Murphy was one of the bravest men, and the most decorated US soldier of world war two. He was a small man at only 5, 5” and 110lb. He was rejected by the marines, and the air force before finally being let into the army, as cannon fodder. Murphy’s division was invading Sicily when he caught Malaria. During the invasion Murphy’s best friend got shot by enemy troops, and Murphy couldn’t control his rage. He killed all the germans who shot his friend, and then went on to kill all the Germans in the nearby area. A few months later Murphy’s unit was defending Colmar Pocket from an oncoming attack, with only 19 men, and two tanks. The Germans outnumbered them completely, so Murphy and his men hid in a trench, and sent out the tanks to defend them. The Tanks were quickly taken out leaving them almost completely undefended. That’s when Murphy ran out into one of the half destroyed Tanks, which was on fire at the time. Murphy used that tank to single-handedly take out all six of the enemy German tanks, and all of their men. He then managed to jump out of the Tank just before it blew up, and all that while he had Malaria. 4) Alvin York:   Taking 32 machine guns, killing 20 German soldiers, and capturing 132 others are just some the things York can brag about....
3 Forgotten Revolutions

3 Forgotten Revolutions

From the Haitian revolution to Che Guevara’s failed African revolt, these are 3 Forgotten revolutions. 3) The Haitian Revolution: 1791. The French colonial rulers are overthrown in what is now Haiti. 30 thousand white people are completely overrun by a 465 thousand strong slave rebellion. The French government then decided to send an expedition to strike down the revolutionaries. The expedition troops were swiftly destroyed, the majority of them being killed. 12 years later the revolution was declared a success. And the Rupublic of Haiti was formed. In return for official state recognition, the French government demanded that Haiti payed them 150 million gold francs as reperations. Haiti didn’t finish repaying that debt until 1947. During the Revolution, between 3 and 5 thousand white people were massacred. Those massacred inculed women, children, and people who supported the revolution. Further reading 2) The Peasants’ Revolt: The peasants’ revolt was a huge failed revolution across England. The revolt was sparked by a tax imposed on  the poor in 1381. As this was just after the black death had ravaged Europe, the poor people simply couldn’t afford to pay the tax, so they decided to rise up against their masters. A violent battle happened in a town called Brentwood and spread to other areas in England. Rebels wanted an end to the English surfdom system as it would mean their freedom. Most English soldiers were either in the North or in Europe, so the rebels were pretty much free to do what they wanted in southern England. On June 13, the rebels reached London. They immediately started destroying palaces and burning official records....
10 Most Crazy War Leaders

10 Most Crazy War Leaders

From a child murdering lunatic, to an emperor who gave his horse one the most powerful positions in the world. These are the most crazy war leaders you’ll ever read about. 10) Ivan The Terrible: Ivan the terrible was the first Tsar of Russia. Ivan the terrible was a ruthless leader, who conquered vast amounts of land. His parents died when he was only a young boy, and he was consequently raised by nobles. Evidence suggest the nobles didn’t treat him well, and he grew up with a deep hatred for the nobles. After the death of his first wife, he fell into depression, and threatened to abdicate the throne. After pleads to come back he agreed to, but only on the condition that he be granted absolute power over Russia. Over the next 24 years he conducted a reign of terror where he hunted down, and murdered all of the noble families,beat his pregnant daughter causing her to have a miscarriage, killed his son in anger, and blinded the architect of St. Basil’s cathedral. He also created Russia’s first secret police force during this time. 9) King Charles VI: King Charles VI became king at age eleven. At first people were happy with his rule and he even gained the name Charles the well-Loved. In future he proved himself to be completely insane. He reportedly became enraged at the drop of a spear and killed one of his own knights as well as some other people under his rule. Later in life Charles was reported to not know who he was or even recognize his wife and children. He refused...