In 1973 a United States Navy DC plane ran out of fuel and crashed on the black beach at Sólheimasandur, in the South Coast of Iceland. Everyone survived. The cause of the crash is still a mystery. Read more here.
Travelling to Iceland? I highly recommend this book for places to go and see. Tips and tricks on how to travel through Iceland on a budget.
A Kentucky doctor has been arrested for allegedly choking a teenage girl for not social distancing. John Rademaker, 57, is allegedly seen approaching a group of teenagers to scold them. As words are exchanged, he is seen on video shoving one girl. He then jumps on another and appears to start strangling her.
Posted onMarch 30, 2020|Comments Off on The World’s Most Dangerous Garden
The Poison Garden at England’s Alnwick Garden is beautiful—and filled with plants that can kill you. If you visit, DO NOT to stop and smell the flowers. This garden is home to 100 plants that can kill you.
The gardens encompass 14 acres and attract over 600,000 visitors each year, making them one of North England’s most popular tourist attractions. Included in the gardens are narcotic plants like opium poppies, cannabis, magic mushrooms, and tobacco. The carefully curated garden also contains about 100 legendary killers like Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade), Strychnos nux-vomica (strychnine), and Conium maculatum (hemlock).
Many of these plants require special government permission to grow. The dangers of these poisonous plants are very real. Many can kill or sicken people just through touch. For this reason, many of the plants are caged, and the garden is under a 24-hour security watch.
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