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At a Neo-Nazi festival in Germany recently, a group called EXIT managed to get these shirts out to 250 attendees. At first they had a pro-nationalist message, but when washed, they urged those looking to get out of the lifestyle to contact them for help escaping.
While I believe I have had first-hand experience with the paranormal, I also believe that a lot of the “evidence” backing it up is just bull. That’s why I love this Oddee article that lets you decide which recordings are real, and which are fabrications or coincidences.
If someone tells you there’s a volcano exploding in your town, you shouldn’t have to check the calendar to see if it’s April 1st, but that didn’t stop the police from letting one prankster fake a volcanic eruption in 1974. This insane prank is one of the many weird and disturbing stunts featured in this great Cracked article.
I sincerely wish this wasn’t a hoax. A Japanese site sold 20 “Real Pikachus” for over $900 million dollars. How f-ing cute are these little photoshopped brats!