After revealing more hidden treasures buried in Northern Australia, and evidence of a trade link with 17th century China, we learn why it’s always good to replace your contact lenses when faced with the odd chance of catching eye-ball-eating amoebas.
We then look at the sordid European history of resuscitation and discover where the term “blowing smoke up my arse” comes from.
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- The Isenberg Horde – Wessel Islands 1944 – Power House Museum
- Dundee Beach Swivel Gun
- The ‘alternate history’ of Australia’s Top End
- 1434 Evidence
- Doctors Pulled a Tooth Out of a Man’s … What?
- Student goes blind after keeping her contact lenses in for six months and microscopic bug EATS her eyeballs
- Experience Outside the Body
- Woman learns husband is her long-lost brother
- Shocked: Adventures in Bringing Back the Recently Dead by David Casarett
- Haunted By The Things You Love by John Zaffis and Rosemary Ellen Guiley