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What Do Bangkok’s Body Snatchers Actually Do?

What Do Bangkok’s Body Snatchers Actually Do?

You might have one of the goriest jobs in what is the most visited city on planet Earth. Bangkok, arguably one of the most chaotic metropolises in the world, is the capital of a country with an appalling road safety record. Drunk drivers fill the streets night-after-night, threading through traffic

Most Terrifying Ghost Stories

Bumps in the night! Just the sounds of your house settling, right? But what if they’re not? What if those bumps in the night are coming from someone, or something otherworldly? Today we take a look into the supernatural, in this episode of The Infographics Show’s Greatest Mysteries, . The

The Battle of Leyte Gulf – Most INSANE Naval Battle in History

The Battle of Leyte Gulf – Most INSANE Naval Battle in History

It’s October 25th, 1944, and off the coast of the Philippine island of Leyte, American battleships are trading blows with the remnants of the Japanese fleet. Cruisers and destroyers cut through the waters at high speed, laying withering barrages against each side’s most vulnerable ships. In the air, fighters screen

Why You Should Never Visit The Dark Web

Why You Should Never Visit The Dark Web

This episode is brought to you by Dashlane; Try Dashlane Premium free for 30 days at www.dashlane.com/infographics and never forget another password and keep all your online accounts secure! As we’ve said in previous shows, not everyone using the dark web is doing something criminal. In some ways this corner

Planting 20,000,000 Trees Will Actually Have This Impact

Planting 20,000,000 Trees Will Actually Have This Impact

Trees. Growers of fruits, spices and nuts. Generators of shade. Home to birds, squirrels, koalas. Front line soldiers in the fight against climate change? You bet! Today we’re doing something a little different and talking about teamtrees.org’s mission of planting twenty million new trees by 2020, where every donation of

Scientists Find Best Evidence That The Loch Ness Monster Actually Exists?

Scientists Find Best Evidence That The Loch Ness Monster Actually Exists?

The year is 1978, and a small family is pleasure boating in the waters of Loch Ness. The Loch is unique amongst freshwater lakes, and much deeper than most, reaching as deep as 744 feet (227 meters) in places. It is a long spit of lake, almost 22.5 miles long

USA vs IRAN: Who Would Win? – Military / Army Comparison 2019

USA vs IRAN: Who Would Win? – Military / Army Comparison 2019

As we write this you don’t have to look hard to find headlines in the media containing the words U.S. and Iran and conflict. The BBC writes that the USA has just sent 1,000 troops over to the Middle East because according to the the American Acting Defense Secretary Patrick

NASA vs SpaceX – What’s The Difference?

NASA vs SpaceX – What’s The Difference?

To boldly go where no man has gone before is no small feat, given that since the development of space travel, only three countries have launched a human into space. The first was Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagari, who orbited the Earth in the Vostok 1 spacecraft on April 12, 1961.

How to Defend Earth Against an Alien Invasion

How to Defend Earth Against an Alien Invasion

Imagine one night you’re out admiring the starry sky and you spot a shooting star. Then another. And another. And suddenly you realize those aren’t stars- they’re UFOs! And they’re coming for our… well, something. While the likelihood is miniscule, the threat of alien attack is serious enough that governments