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Mount Everest taken at an elevation of 5,300 meter from Gokyo Ri, Khumbu, Nepal. (Photo: Wikimedia/Rdevany)

George Everest: The Man-Mountain

George Everest was a British surveyor and geographer, he is most famous for having the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest, named after him, despite the fact he never really had anything to do with the discovery.

Left, a man suffers the

Chinese Water Torture: Insanity or Illusion?

Like a dripping tap that becomes the mind’s only focus while attempting to sleep, water torture has gone down in history as something terrifying, made exhilarating by Harry Houdini’s later interpretation.

James Jameson, grandson and heir of Jameson Irish whiskey magnate John Jameson, was an esteemed nineteenth-century naturalist. He would become infamous for his alleged role in the murder and cannibalization of a young African girl. (Image: Shutterstock)

James Jameson: The Infamous Un-Naturalist

James Jameson, grandson and heir of Jameson Irish whiskey magnate John Jameson, was an esteemed nineteenth-century naturalist. He would become infamous for his alleged role in the murder and cannibalization of a young African girl.

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