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Mysterious Shadow of a Hanging Man Appears At Road Junction Known As “Dead Man’s Cross”

Shadow of a hanging man mysteriously appeared at a place called Dead Man's Cross

Residents in Dartmouth, Devon have been getting spooked after the shadow of a hanging man mysteriously appeared at a place called Dead Man’s Cross – the spot where criminals were hanged.

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Superheroes’ Part-Time Jobs

Superheroes’ Part-Time Jobs

Superheroes don’t get paid for saving the world and beside that they are just like us, they do need money for living, food, daily needs. Most importantly the expensive things are their beautiful costumes. Artist Flyingmouse365 illustrates how these superheroes get a part-time job for their living with their very unique abilities.

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Learn How To Make Blueberry Jam With This Tiny Bear

Turboo bear is the smallest brown bear from Carpathian Mountains. On his Facebook page he writes, “I am an explorer in my little world. If you’re interested in my adventures, please follow me.” He recently posted step-by-step guide for a delicious homemade blueberry jam.

Get The Ingredients

Learn How To Make Blueberry Jam With This Tiny Bear

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Famous Paintings Recreated On Cakes By Maria A. Aristidou

Cake Paintings

Famous paintings recreated on cakes by artist Maria A. Aristidou for her new project “Art on Cakes”. The paintings on the chocolate cakes are her own version of the famous artists like Picasso and Dali’s masterpieces. Depending on the designs and sizes of the paintings it takes almost 10 hours on each cake.

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“I Think Different” – Tribute To Apple By Victor Hertz

Apple Logo: Think Different By Victor Hertz

Remember the creative guy behind the Hilarious Honest Logos? This creative artist with amazing sense of humor came up with another funny series called “Think Different: Apple Tribute”, where he’s taken that iconic Apple logo and made several variations of it.

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