Read more about the article Rare Wines And Spirits Found At Greek Royal Palace Including Chivas In Honour Of British Queen
Chivas whiskey in ceramic bottles made to commemorate the reign of Queen Elizabeth II of UK, found in the former royal cellar of Tatoi Royal Palace, in Greece in July 2021.

Rare Wines And Spirits Found At Greek Royal Palace Including Chivas In Honour Of British Queen

Archaeologists at the former Greek Royal Family’s summer palace have unearthed several thousand bottles of rare alcoholic beverages in a hidden cellar including a bottle of Chivas dedicated to Queen Elizabeth II. Restorations by the Ministry of Culture at Tatoi Palace, located about 27 kilometres (17 miles) from the centre…

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Read more about the article Self Confessed Cannibal That Killed Up To 30 Women Moved To Safety After Fellow Inmates Tried To Kill Him
Andres “N”, 72, suspected of committing approximately 30 acts of femicide in Atizapan de Zaragoza, when he was transferred to the Tenango del Valle prison, after an attempted attack led by inmates of the prison he was held in, Mexico, in May, 2021.

Self Confessed Cannibal That Killed Up To 30 Women Moved To Safety After Fellow Inmates Tried To Kill Him

The 72-year-old self-confessed cannibal accused of slaughtering up to 30 women and eating body parts after butchering them in his cellar has been moved to another prison for his own safety after other inmates tried to kill him. Elderly Andres Filomeno was arrested at his home on Lomas de San…

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Read more about the article Experts Cannot Identify Mystery Animal Skeleton
The animal skeleton, which was found 8 years ago with a tail of 45 centimeters and a body of 60 centimeters, whose species could not be determined

Experts Cannot Identify Mystery Animal Skeleton

A Turkish locksmith has found a mysterious animal skeleton that he said all the experts he has consulted have been unable to identify in eight years. Abdullah Ozturk now showcases the mysterious skeleton at his shop in the town of Nigde in the southern Turkish province of the same name.…

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Read more about the article Ancient Phoenician Harbour Found In Flamenco Bar Cellar
The old port was discovered

Ancient Phoenician Harbour Found In Flamenco Bar Cellar

Archaeologists have discovered evidence of a 2,300-year-old harbour built by the Phoenicians after studying a network of ancient catacombs used as the cellar of a popular Flamenco bar in Spain. The startling discovery was made at the Cueva del Pajaro Azul tavern in the city of Cadiz in the Andalusia…

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Read more about the article Kampusch Says Dutch Cellar Case Terrible
Austrian cellar girl Natascha Kampusch

Kampusch Says Dutch Cellar Case Terrible

The Austrian "girl in the cellar" Natascha Kampusch has said the Dutch cellar case does not surprise her and that it is terrible. Natascha was just 10 years old when she was snatched off the street on her way to school by pervert Wolfgang Priklopil. Austrian cellar girl Natascha Kampusch…

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Read more about the article Dutch Cellar Family Kidnap Monsters Bro Speaks
The house where Josef B. lived in Pabneukirchen, Upper Austria

Dutch Cellar Family Kidnap Monsters Bro Speaks

The brother of the Austrian man who allegedly held a Dutch family prisoner in a basement waiting says he was self-centred, involved in sects and "thought he was better than Jesus". Austrian Josef B. from Waldhausen, a small village in Upper Austria, was born in 1961, and lived with his…

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