This Bizarre Photo From 1917 Depicts a Time Traveler?

A photograph of 1917, made in Canada and published in Lester Ray Peterson’s 1974 book The Great History of Cape Scott, seems quite ordinary. However, among a group of people on a hill, dressed according to the fashion of...

 

Large-Scale War of Deception During World War II — The Inflatable Dummy Tanks

“All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away,...

 

27 Stunning Hyperrealistic Paintings That Will Have You Questioning Your Eyes

Even after realizing what you’re actually looking at, you will still can’t believe it. That’s how...

 

This Photographer Was Arrested 20 Times For These Incredible Abandoned Photos

It's a dangerous hobby for a photographer. But for Dan Marbaix, it’s just like any other hobby that you truly love doing. Even if he’s been arrested 20 times for trespassing and even held at gunpoint once in Italy, for...

 

Amazing Old Images of Underwater Photography in 1938

Bruce Mozert is one of the pioneers of underwater photography. He staged his models into amusing situations deep in the translucent waters of Silver Springs, Florida. Bruce Mozert was one of the first photographers to design...

 

McDonald Brothers in Front of Soon to Open 1st Ever McDonald’s (1948)

Innovation has been one of the major factors that has helped major businesses in history like McDonald’s stay ahead of the competition. McDonald’s drive-thru, for example, was the result of a problem they faced...

 
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