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6.Mercedes-Benz Unimog
Considered to be a monster of offroad vehicles and also known for its absolute off-road supremacy, you’d certainly want this extreme machine in your garage when the zombie apocalypse hits the fan! While it might be a little bit impractical if this was the only car you had, the Mercedez Benz Unimog was designed to handle all kinds of terrain. If you got a zombie hunting crew with you and you want to head out to the wilderness, this might be one of the best ways to go. Some feel as though this is the only car you’ll ever need in your life because it can allow you to do so many different jobs despite it’s large size. It’s been used by farmers, special forces, firefighters, and even as a snow plow for an added bonus.

5.Jeeps
Jeeps are rugged, reliable vehicles and are built to go off road. They were designed in the 1940’s and specifically made for the military. This makes them arguably the oldest four wheel drive mass produced vehicles ever made. So if worked for the allies in World War 2, it should be somewhat useful in the zombie apocalypse. The modern day jeep wranglers could be one of the better all around vehicles; with some room for essential supply storage, off-road capabilities and it’s potential to be transformed into a zombie killing machine. Tough jeeps, especially one’s like this that have been modified in order to successful combat zombies with a .50 caliber machine gun, and heavy duty tires that certainly won’t pop easy. This could certainly be your best affordable choice of vehicles on this list.



4.Modified Camaro
Keep in mind that while a lot of these cars will be able to handle the offroad path, many of them won’t be able to go too fast. You might just want to consider modifying a Chevy Camaro with some offroad tires and maybe lifting it up a little bit to get yourself one pretty cool looking vehicle. But in any case, if you’re just driving over some grass and don’t think the terrain is going to be too unbearable, it might pay off in the long run to just modify a sports car like we see here. This person has taken it to a whole new level and has completely remade this thing to survive the apocalypse! While the driver is doing the driving, the passenger can hope keep a steady aim while looking down the barrel of a machine gun. Not only that, some missile launchers can destroy multiple zombies

3.Ford Ranger Raptor
This is the prefered offroad vehicle that’s used by the camo dudes at area 51 and we think it’ll be a good choice during the zombie apocalypse. It’s known to be able to handle bumpier offroad trails that other ford F-150’s can’t. It also utilizes a diesel engine which is capable of pumping out 210 horsepower and 369 pounds per foot of torque. The bed should be large enough to fit some dirt bikes if you need to make a quick escape through traffic or through a narrow space. It also comes with 4 different modes that can be used, two for on-road and four for offroading. There’s a mode for grass, gravel and snow and another mode that’s best for mud or sand. Then it’s also got Baja Mode which is best for going fast offroad. It minimizes traction and stability control while shifting gears. It should also work great for towing your boat so you can get to your island hideout, far away from zombies.

2.Mercedes G63 6X6
In case you don’t think you can afford to fork over the 2.5 billion dollars for a nuclear submarine, don’t worry, you’re not alone. You can still hopefully afford to get one of these beasts of german engineering. Mercedes is known for creating elegant cars which hi performance but maybe they’re secretly getting ready for the zombie apocalypse as well. Here wa see a mercedes G63 6X6 and you can clearly tell it’s built to handle all kinds of terrain. This V8 500,000 dollar SUV looks like it would be built for the military but you won’t find a better mix between luxury and ruggedness it seems like. It has impeccable handling and is nearly tip over resistant. It’s even been seen climbing the side of mountains! Whatever the situation calls for, it seems as though the Mercedes G63 can handle it. Good luck though trying to find the gasoline for it. There’s plenty of room to store some though if you can find it.


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7.Sharon Stone
Not only is sharon stone banned in china but all of her movies as well! The backlash from the powerful asian country was after she made some rude statements after an earthquake hit the Sichuan province. She suggested that the earthquake that killed 65,000 people was a result of bad karma for the Chinese occupation of tibet! This was all the way back in 2008 at the Cannes Film Festival. Not only did she show support for the spiritual leader, the dalai lama but also criticized the treatment of the tibetans by the communist party which is a big no-no. She really hasn’t made too many good movies recently anyway so china probably isn’t missing out too much anyway.


6.PewDiePie
GEtting banned from china doesn’t seem to be too difficult but pewdiepie has managed to do it just recently in October of 2019. Youtube has had a pretty dominant role around the world in the video sharing department but still China won’t let them become too powerful. So 1.3 billion people in China, there is ton of money to be made from ads in this country but google tends to prefer taking over western markets such as Europe and North America. But pewdiepie would get downloaded and then posted on chinese social in some places. Not anymore they don’t! The swedish youtube star made some critical comments about the nation’s leader and animated characters who look like the chinese president. It’s not a huge loss for felix since he doesn’t plan on going to china in the near future anyways.

5.Martin Scorsese
Many hollywood films have bent the knee for china and have created censored versions of their film in order to make it approved by the Chinese government. Some of the recent star wars films have been known for doing this which leaves the film industry with a dillema. Should they change what they worked hard on for a little extra china cash? Or should they keep the film the way it is but miss out on it being viewed overseas. One of his films called the departed, featured Jack Nicholson selling the Chinese government stolen missile-guidance microprocessors that turned out to be fake. Making light of the military is another way to get yourself in trouble. He wouldn’t get officially banned until he directed the movie Kundun which features the dalai lama. The Chinese were portrayed as the villians in this film which would ultimately anger the censorship officials, causing them to ban martin and the movie.


4.Matt Stone and Trey Parker
After decades of pushing censorship in the US, china has finally banned south park and we imagine their creators won’t be heading to the mainland any time soon. After a recent episode criticizing China, the censorship crew got together and decided to ban the cartoon show all together. They’ve attempted to eliminate any trace of the show from their internet. The controversial episode was seen on display during hong kong protests and the creators probably had a good idea they would stir up some trouble by airing it.

3.Winnie the Pooh
It’s not just actors or wild singers getting banned from china. Cartoons have been getting banned too, especially when they make reference to political leader such as Xi Jinping. Images of the well-known plump bear have been popping up since many people seem to find that it has a humorous resemblance to their president. While it might sound like a lighthearted joke, Chinese censorship has made it a top priority to get rid of any meme that shows winnie the pooh in it. Here in this photo we see the Obama on the right and Xi on the left taking a walk in a similar fashion to pooh and tigger!


2.Peppa the Pig
Why would peppa the pig of all characters get banned in china?! Is he practicing falun gong, meeting with the dalai lama or protesting in Hong Kong? Peppa the pig was recently taken off of the video app known as Douyin for a few reasons. It apparently was being used as a symbol for gangsters here in this country and China declared that the cartoon might be spewing out a bunch of subliminal propaganda. Hopefully peppa pig won’t get sent to a hard labor camp


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6. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Home to the biggest battle on American soil, Gettysburg Pennsylvania is rumored to be haunted by civil war ghosts who lost their lives during the intense battle. A lot of the town’s revenue comes from tourism and giving ghost tours. Many paranormal investigators have reported an unsettling amount of activity near and around the old battlefield. Some of the places on the tours might include a stop at a haunted house that used to be used as a hospital and a field camp. Another one is a strange rock formation known as the Devil’s Den which was used to provide cover to sharpshooters and cannons by the union soldiers. Witnesses have reported hearing the screams of wounded soldiers or the sudden sound of cannons going off in this area.


5. Tonopah, Nevada
Being situated pretty far away from any major city, in the middle of the desert, Tonopah Nevada seems to have an eery vibe for numerous reasons. It’s located in Nye county, not too far away from national nevada security site. Once silver was discovered in this area, many european immigrants flocked here with the hope of striking it rich. The city would gain much wealth, and bustling saloons and casinos were built to cater to the silver miners. By the time 1920 hit, a large portion of the population decided to pack up and leave, which meant the ghosts were gonna move in. There is a large cemetery here in this town, that sits adjacent to a clown motel that was recently built. Many feel as though the motel and the cemetery make this place one of the most haunted towns in the US.



4. Nelson, Nevada
Another Nevadan city makes our list, this one is found a little bit closer to Las Vegas, near the colorado river. In 1775, the Spanish had made it here and called it El Dorado Canyon who made unbelievable gold discoveries in the area. The spanish would eventually head out and civil war deserters would move and try to make a living striking it rich! It’s home to the abandoned Techatticup mine which was home to accidents. Native Americans also didn’t appreciate the Americans moving in and would engage in the occasional skirmish. It would prove to be one of nevada’s most profitable gold mines, so protecting the land was important. The lawless here made it a difficult place to stick around for too long and eventually people would pack up and move. There’s likely still gold in the hills around here and the main reason it was abandoned was because other metals took priority during WWII.

3. Tombstone, Arizona
The name is enough to make it seem like a haunted place. This infamous location is rumored to be haunted by ghosts from the wild wild west during the late 1800’s. Many people lost their lives here from duels and rowdy fights. People still see ghosts of cowboys and their women, lingering around at the saloons. It’s home to the infamous OK corral where duels tended to take place more often than not. Founded in 1879 by a Silver prospector, the first mine here was named tombstone and the town here was finally established. Some famous residents included Doc Holiday and Wyatt Earp, this ghost town is well preserved and is what many would imagine wild west town would look like. One of the haunted places here includes the Birdcage theater where an estimated 16 gunfights took place during a short period of time when it was open



2. Villisca, Iowa
There really isn’t a ton of stuff going on in Villisca, Iowa. Apart of being the setting of a vicious ax murder, the town isn’t really known for a whole lot else.The unsolved crime that took place here in 1912 has certainly made it one of the creepiest places in the US without a doubt and now it’s somewhat of a morbid tourist attraction. The creepy stories around the incident have led many to believe that it’s still haunted and the souls of those who lost their lives here have been spotted. The crime was almost horrible enough to make the whole town haunted and we’re sure anyone who moves here will eventually find out the story behind the Ax house. While there’s much speculation on who done it, this one remains a big mystery and villisca will forever lose it’s peaceful reputation.


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5. Haarp
The acronym HAARP stands for High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program and was an ionospheric research program funded by the Air Force, US Navy and University of Alaska as well as DARPA and built by BAE advanced technologies in Gakona, Alaska. BAE is basically like the British version of DARPA, so you can tell this is a pretty massive project. Each tower can generate 10000 watts of electricity and there’s 360 of them all linked together. This fires one massive electric beam into the ionosphere, which is the uppermost part of our atmosphere, which then send radio waves back to earth. It can seemingly microwave the ionosphere and if any temperature change happens there, it result in massive storms. The government claims to be using it for communication with deeply submerged submarines and to located underground enemy bases. Conspiracy Theorists believe that HAARP can be used to control the weather and create catastrophic earthquakes, hurricanes, and volcanic eruptions. Although it might seem far fetched, in a 2014 Congressional Hearing, a U.S. Air Force official did say that HAARP was used to "control" the ionosphere. The site in Alaska closed down, but the technology is used all over the globe on naval ships or other large vessels and could very well be getting more and more advanced each and every day....



4. Economic Weather Control
So after hearing about some experiments involving the control of the weather, you have to wonder why they would want to do this. Not only can the weather be used as a weapon of war, being able to control the weather can make some people a lot of money. For example, let’s just say you’re the CEO of mega food corporation in America. You have an unlimited source of money but you have some pesky competition from other countries who are supplying their own people with food they grow! Wouldn’t it just be so sad if a big drought happened there and those people were forced to buy your food instead! You’d be crying your way to the bank with some crocodile tears. So much of our economy is reliant on the weather, that being able to predict the weather could earn you big money on the stock market. What about a city that’s reliant on having warm weather to bring in tourists? There’s no money to be made if people aren’t flocking to the beaches and if it’s raining all the time. What if you own a ski lodge and it’s not snowing, you’ll be out of business! What if you’re a gas company and it’s too warm for people to be using the heat. Time to make it cold again Those are just a few examples were sure you can think of a few on your own.


3. Space Mirrors
Okay so we got chemtrails, electromagnetic waves, hail cannons and what else! Don’t forget about space mirrors. It’s unclear as of right now if this is actually going on but sending giant mirrors into space to reflect some sunlight has been proposed by climate change scientists. The idea was presented by Lowell Wood. it almost seems like some kind of project that some evil villian in a comic book would come up with, trying to block the sun and everything! A cheaper proposal was eventually considered which would utilize highly reflective balloons and sulphur dioxide which is released by volcanos. Do you remember when mt. Tambora went off and caused a year without a summer? By releasing sulphur dioxide into the atmosphere, it can have a cooling effect

2. Other Geoengineering Consequences
Organizations concerned with geoengineering are warning that if we don’t stop doing this soon, the repercussions could be catastrophic. While there might be a few benefits such as beautiful red and yellow sunsets, and an increase in plant productivity, the cons are quite obvious. They warn that it’ll increase the chance of getting a sunburn, whiter skies, drought in asia and africa, reduction of solar power, ocean acidification, and ozone depletion as direct results just to name a few. All of these consequences were published by the AMS or American Meteorological Society on their website and we’re not just making this all up! Can you imagine living somewhere where the skies just don’t seem blue anymore and always seem to have a greyish tint?


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5. Valley of the Golden Mummies
Discovering a place like the valley of the golden mummies sounds like something that might happen during an indiana jones adventure. But it really happened in 1996 by the egyptologist Zahi Hawass at the Bahariya Oasis. Him and his team found roughly 105 mummies that were around 2000 years old or so that were well preserved. This would have meant that it dated back to the Greco-Roman period. Typically the face was at least covered in gold and waistcoats would depict scenes of ancient gods and goddesses across the chest. There were remains of about 250 mummies but decayed to the point where it wasn’t really a valuable artifact. It’s believed that as many as 10,000 mummies once were placed in this valley so there could be a lot more excavations coming up in the future..


4. Secret Mummy Cave
This sounds like a pretty spooky cave to explore. Also known as the royal cache or the Theban Necropolis, this site is located near Deir El Bahri and contained many unopened tombs that are few and far between. It was here where the mummy of the high priest Pinudjem II, his wife Neskhons and other family members of the high priest were buried. He lost his life sometime around 969 BC during a decline in the Egyptian kingdom and was discovered here in 1881. This illustration gives us an idea in relation to the mortuary temple exactly where it was found. The royal mummy cache of this necropolis houses more than 50 kings and queens during the new kingdom. It’s believed that the secret mummy cave would be inspected often by members of the royal family to ensure that the area was still safe from tomb robbers. It looks like this couple managed to hide out for quite a while.


3. Saqqara Necropolis
This necropolis is home to the largest group of ancient Egyptian tombs and was used by the 1st Dynasty. Built long ago in 2700 BC in the mysterious land of ancient Egypt, in the necropolis of Saqqara is the Djoser Pyramid which dominates the landscape of the nearby area. It stands 203 feet tall or 62 meters and was once polished with white limestone. It was constructed by the 2nd king of the 3rd dynasty, King Djoser which gives the step pyramid its name. Before step pyramids or smooth edge pyramids became popular, the pharaohs of ancient egypt prefered to be buried in mastabas which are rectangular prism shaped and typically made of mud bricks like we see in this photo. We begin to notice an advancement in tomb architecture when the mastabas began to stack on top of each other, essentially creating a step pyramid. The pyramid was not simply a tomb at this point, it was a way to reach the afterlife, so total dedication to the project was needed. The step pyramid wasn’t the only tomb that was built there. There are also many other tombs built for high ranking people like judges or nobles as well.

2. Queen Hatshepsut’s Mortuary Temple
Located in the The Theban Necropolis, this is one of the more notable egyptial burial grounds of ancient Egypt. Built by a woman named queen Hatshepsut, she revolutionized architecture in Egypt by constructing this unbelievable funerary temple! She’s the 2nd confirmed female pharaoh and came into power by since her father's, Thutmose I, was unable to bear a son. She often portrayed herself as a man and wore the ceremonial beard. Located in Deir el-Bahri, this temple complex is an example of perfect symmetry and was completed in the 15th century BC. For reasons still unclear to this day, her son Thutmose the III ordered his men to try to erase any written history of his mother. Thutmoses also built a mortuary complex here dedicated to the god amun. It was heavily damaged by landslides.

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5.The Mask of the Lord of Fire
If the aztecs were trying to make possibly the creepiest human mask possible, they may have succeeded with this one. It supposed to represent the god named Xiuhtecuhtli, who was the god of fire, the god of day time and heat. However, it’s still not exactly clear and this is just a guess by archaeologists and historians. The eyes are made of mother-of-pearl, the teeth are made of conch shell, extremely thin sheets gold for the eyelids and the rest is made from turquoise. The inner part of the mask is fitted with cinnabar wood where the face would be placed The mask was intended to be worn and used during ceremonies to tell creation stories and recall the legends of the gods. It currently sits in the British Museum of London where it hopefully won’t get stolen!



4.Paracas Skull
Throughout time people have been known to elongate their skulls as a cultural tradition. They would bind their young child's heads between two pieces of wood or with cloth. First, you have to wonder why this was done and if maybe they were trying to resemble some kind of creatures they made contact with. The idea of head binding seems rather foreign to begin with. Maybe the practice was introduced to them by aliens to have to humans look more like them? With theories aside, the Paracas skulls that were discovered in Peru seem to be the most baffling. They’ve found quite a few strange skulls here that seem to suggest that they were born with that type of skull. They don’t match other skulls from cranial deformation and don’t have the 3 plates of the skull but only 2. It also has a 25 % larger cranial capacity than normal skulls found at that time. The eye sockets and nose are much larger. Mitochondrial DNA evidence suggest that this skull is not 100 percent human either.



3.Furstenfeld Abbey Martyrs
This creepy abby seems like a normal place in Bavaria from the outside. This 700 year old church is situated near Munich and it holds two skeletons of Christian martyrs inside, and they’re fully blinged out to the max. This one here is considered to be Saint Hyacinth and is covered in jewels and gold encrusted plating. Despite it being close to a big touristic city of Munich, it’s not too well known by tourists. According to legend, he apparently went on a hunger strike after refusing to worship a Roman god. He was later whipped and passed at the age of 12 in 108 AD by starving himself. Guards who were watching him, became believers of Christianity after they saw him be accompanied by angels as he passed away.


2.Shrunken heads
Everyone loves to collect random things, whether it’s pokemon cards or comic book, many people have specific interests.This photo here is 100% real and is a strange collection of rare shrunken heads and really isn’t a photo you want to keep in a frame unless you’re just into creepy shrunken heads on your wall like this guy apparently. The practice of creating shrunken heads originates from the Amazon rainforest where isolated tribes would do this to their enemies. It was thought that by doing this, the enemy’s spirits wouldn’t be able to haunt them in the afterlife. When westerners came across these shrunken heads a huge demand for them by westerners went into place. The british in an attempt to get more, wisely supplied the tribe with guns in exchange for more shrunken heads.


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6.Biggest Tunnel in the World
The biggest railway tunnel in the world goes right underneath the alps! The Gotthard Base Tunnel stretches at total of 94.3 miles under ground. This project cost 12.5 billion dollars and took 17 years to construct! It took the lives of 9 people and it’s also the deepest tunnel in the world too. The track starts at the German speaking town of Erstfeld and ends in the southern Italian speaking Swiss town of Bodio. Switzerland just recently finished construction on this modern marvel in June 2016 and celebrated in a somewhat bizarre fashion.

5.Big Hole
Yes the person who came up with the name of this place wasn’t very creative. Also known as the Kimberley Mine this is a massive 1500 foot wide underground mine in South Africa that was created by hand despite some disputes on the claim. It’s found in the town of Kimberly which is found in the in the Karoo desert. South Africa is known for their high quality diamonds and a large majority of them were found here at this big hole. An estimated 6000 pounds of diamonds were uncovered here and the hole was dug up using only shovels and pickaxes with work from the natives. Eventually the mine was closed in 1914 due to the sheer number of lives lost and the lack of production. It goes down about 790 feet from the surface of the earth but when the workers were gone, it basically turned into a big lake. The lake itself if about 150 feet deep but who knows if it might eventually spill over eventually if it continues to rain.



4.Grasberg Mine
Located in the highest mountain in Papua New Guinea is not only the world’s largest gold mine but the 3rd largest copper mine in the world and a decent producer of silver as well.. It has a total workforce of 19,500 worker. Does Grasberg sound like an indonesian name to you? No? That’s because it’s run by a corporation that’s not indonesian. There’s been a lot of environmental concern over this mine considering the fact that it’s on top of a mountain and rainfall can lead to contamination of areas at the bottom of the mine. Some people feel as though the mine is not nearly as profitable to the people of Papua New Guinea as it should be and all it really does is pollute their land. This produced 862,000 ounces of gold in 2012 meaning over a billion dollars! And only a miniscule fraction of that is given to the workers.


3. Udachnaya Pipe
This massive diamond mine is found in the middle of Russia, in the cold region of Siberia and was actually operational until 2010. The first diamonds here were found around 1955 and they were able to make it 600 meters deep! That’s about 1968 feet! This makes it about the 3rd largest open pit mine in the world. Operations here halted in 2019, in favor of constructing more tunnels in the surrounding areas to find more diamonds. It’s believed that there’s still an estimated 225.8 million carats of diamonds. The nearby city of Udachny was built nearby the mine was built. Interesting fact: there was actually a nuclear bomb detonation under this city in 1974 likely to help loosen up some diamonds. They had plan to do more detonations but due to radioactive fallout, they decided it would be a good idea to not do that again.


2.Rani Ki Vav
Located in India, the Rani Ki Vav was constructed as a memorial to an 11th century King as a highly decorated step well. but it’s believed that this was originally dug as a water pit around the 3rd century BC. It mainly makes this list because it’s a fairly deep hole by ancient standards and they didn’t have dynamite or nuclear weapons back then like they do today. It’s a recently added UNESCO world heritage site and holds over 500 main sculptures. Many of the sculptures are dedicated to the god Vishnu in extremely detailed fashion.


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