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How to scare away things that go 'bump' in the night.

Author: LaV | 3-09-2011, 04:14
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How to scare away things that go 'bump' in the night.

Okay so I know its well past Halloween, but ghost and spirits dont take the year off after Halloween, its a year round gig for them.. So if you have a house that's haunted, who do you call? [via]

How about a person who claims they see dead people?

"It's almost hip now to have a pet ghost these days," says medium and psychic Denise Guzzardo. "People have fun until the ghost starts breaking things and making the dog bark at 4 a.m. That's when they call me."

5 Largest Helicopters

Author: LaV | 3-09-2011, 04:06
Views: 229

5 Largest Helicopters

It was 1860 when first time the word helicopter was used by a French inventor, who came up with a small, steamed powered model. After 17 years, in 1877, first unmanned helicopter rose to the height of 43 feet triggering the start of an amazing journey of helicopter development.

Here is the list of world’s largest helicopters

Mil V-12


Mil V-12 was the largest helicopter the world has ever seen. Soviet Union developed this giant machine in 1960s and only two prototypes were produced before the project was trashed for being too big to be used in practical situation.

Luxury Resort “Amphibious 1000″ in Qatar

Author: LaV | 29-08-2011, 03:25
Views: 153

Luxury Resort “Amphibious 1000″ in Qatar

There are a lot of unusual hotel in the world which offer suits on trees, in caves, in jail and other strange places. Another interesting hotel will appear in Qatar soon – it will be semisubmerged hotel resort called “Amphibious”. Project of the hotel was designed by Italian company Giancarlo Zema Design Group. This company specializes in the design of yachts, houseboats and semi-submersible architectural structures. Estimated cost of the project is $ 500 million. The hotel complex will include residential buildings, offices and marina with modern bay. In the central tower will house a restaurant that offers exotic dishes in addition to stunning panoramic views. Guests can stay in the 80 semi-submersible suits, which were called “Jellyfish.” The rooms have wonderful open views to the underwater artificial reefs. On the territory of the hotel complex will be used only electric vehicles and small aluminum boats with hydrogen engines.