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10 Most Scary and Weird Tourist Attractions in the World

Halloween is over, but the wicked places in our world didn’t disappear together with it. They are thrilling the lovers of adrenalin and scary stories, who are willing to see something, from which normal tourists hastily run away. So here I have compiled a list of some of the weirdest and scary tourist attraction in the world, one is scarier than another.

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12 Drugs Used For Torture

“Narco-analysis” was published in 1943, pouring from the pen of J. Steven Horsley. On its heels came the pitch-black idea of drug-supplemented torture and interrogation. We’re talking pure wickedness here; instead of just harming the body interrogators began attacking the mind. Want examples? Here’s a few of the most depraved “torture brews” known to man.

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The 8 Hottest Teen Movie Villains of the 80s

Creeps. They just don't make 'em like they used to. Every decade has its bad guys (and girls), but the '80s were the Golden Age. Was it something in the New Coke that spurred such adolescent disregard, or an ongoing callousness brought on by excess Rave Extra Hold hair-mousse inhalation? Pop your collar, put on some overpriced Ray-Bans, and get ready for a tour of some of teen cinema's greatest.

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10 Things You Didn't Know About Ghostbusters

The 1984 film Ghostbusters starred Harold Ramis, Bill Murray, and Dan Akroyd as paranormal exterminators in New York City (later joined by Ernie Hudson). The script was written by Ramis and Akroyd. The movie was #1 for five weeks straight that summer, and became the most successful comedy of the 1980s. But you already knew all that, didn’t you? Here are ten things you might not know about Ghostbusters.

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16 Vegetarian Product Grilling Taste Test

Summer means grilling season -- burgers, steaks, hot dogs, and chicken are the usual suspects. So what's a vegetarian to do? The good news is that there are lots of meat-free products on the market -- from "hot dogs" to garden burgers, even faux chicken patties. Problem is, they can vary wildly in how good they are. We invited a few friends over, fired up the grill and taste-tested meat-free burgers and dogs. We opened up 16 products: a mix of varieties and brands. Our top nine picks are below (including our favorite), taking into consideration the texture, flavors, seasonings and overall taste in each. Keep reading for the seven products that did not pass our taste test -- and why.

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50 Funniest Celebrity First Jobs

So you didn’t get that awesome internship during your summer break from college. So what? Do you think you’re too good to flip burgers or do retail for another year? The truth is, your summer jobs don’t accurately gauge your future success in life. Here are 50 first jobs and summer jobs of uber-rich and popular celebrities. We’ll bet that some of their gigs are much worse than what you have lined up this summer.

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15 Most Expensive Parties Ever Held

“They” say that money can’t buy happiness. Unless you’re rich. Then you can bankroll the kinds of parties that would make Scrooge crack a smile. The following 15 parties were so disgustingly expensive I reckon that even “they” would’ve been happy… had they been invited.

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100 Best Ever Free PC System Tools

There's a tool for just about anything you can think of in Windows. And if you look hard enough, you'll find a freebie is more than capable of doing the job you want – in some cases, free tools outclass their shareware or commercial rivals. The trick is knowing what's out there and where to find it, which is where we come in. We've done the hard work for you, trawling the web for hundreds of free Windows tools and selecting the finest 100 to include in this feature. You'll find programs to help you fix problems, speed up the way you use Windows, and unlock cool and exciting features you never knew existed. You'll save money in many ways too. We're not going to pretend you need to download all 100 of these tools and install or run them all simultaneously; that's a recipe for disaster. Here's one tip, however: if you're in the mood to experiment with a selection, install Comodo Time Machine first, so you can undo any changes you make to your PC if you discover a program isn't to your tastes or doesn't meet your needs.

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The Stories Behind 15 Celebrity Stage Names

It’s hard to overestimate the importance of having a solid, memorable name on a show business or literary career, so if you’re born with a dud moniker, it might not hurt to change it. Do you ever wonder how famous writers and performers came up with their pseudonyms, though? Here’s a look at how some notables got their stage names.

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28 Of The Worst Money-Saving Ideas Ever

Earlier this week we asked you for the worst things you've ever tried to do in order to save money that really didn't work out, and you bowled us over with your responses! Over 190 comments poured in, some utilitarian, some hilarious, others, poignant. My favorite is the grandma who bought two caskets and used them to store linens because she didn't like the idea of buying something so expensive only to use it once. So here they are, the 28 best of the worst money-saving ideas you've ever had.

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