Most Amazing Bridges In The World
Most Amazing Bridges In The World Bridges are supposed to a safe way to get from one side to another... or are they? Judging by this collection of awesome bridges you might get the impression that some of themare not really as safe as one would think. From bridges made out of rocks to others mad
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Looking down a mineshaft inside an abandoned mine Fife Scotland
Looking down a mineshaft inside an abandoned mine Fife Scotland - abandoned, looking, mineshaft, inside, mine, fife, scotland. Photorator photo.
Not for the faint-hearted: The most TERRIFYING bridges on earth
If you are afraid of heights you will probably want to look away now. Here are some of the most precarious or plain scary bridges that face brave adventurers around the world.
The Lizzie Borden House, Fall River, Massachusetts
In 1892, Lizzie Borden's father and stepmother were murdered with an axe. Though the case remains technically unsolved, Lizzie is widely considered to be responsible for the murders. She was said to have behaved erratically during questioning, offering contradictory versions of events, and remaining curiously poised and calm. It's also said that she burned a dress in her oven a few days after the murders — though she claimed it was only because she'd gotten paint on it. Lizzie was tried and…
The 10 Most Dangerous SCUBA Dives in the World
There are beautiful and serene dives—and then there are dives with an added element of danger and mystery so compelling, many will risk their...
World’s Scariest Bridges
Rotting wooden planks, held aloft by rusty bits of wire, stretch out in front of you. You reach for a railing to steady yourself, but all you find are two threadbare ropes. The howling wind blows the rickety footbridge from side to side. Somewhere below you lies the forest floor—you don’t even know how far.All bridges serve a purpose, whether utilitarian or inspirational. And some of them, like Musou Tsuribashi—this shaky, 50-year-old crossing in southern Japan—add a distinct element of…