Is the world really coming to an end? Will it happen soon? Earthquakes; the emergence of new, deadlier viruses; strange noises coming from the sky—these events have been happening more and more frequently these days. And people couldn’t help but think about the apocalypse.
The spine-chilling video below is a compilation of the most recent occurrences that transpired across the globe. And, if you’d really pay attention, you might find them quite disturbing.
Some people would probably think that they’re natural disasters. Scientists may have also offered “logical” explanations for them. But, some of these incidents remain unexplained.
Are these signs from heaven then? And if we are indeed living in the “end times,” are we ready for what lies ahead?
Watch the video and tell us what you think.
“And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring; Men’s hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.”
Here We Go Again: Guy Pulls Shark From Water To Pose For Photos
You’d think selfie-lovers would’ve learned by now. But no…
Just a week ago, we shared with you that heartbreaking story about the baby dolphin that unfortunately died from dehydration after beachgoers in an Argentine resort passed it around for, well, a selfie opportunity. And there's the news about 2 peacocks that died after Chinese tourists Passed it around for selfies
Needless to say, that was a very cringe-worthy piece of news that you’d think people would actually learn from it.
Sadly, humans are hard-headed. Well, some of us anyway.
Couple Who Wins $45 Million On Lottery Didn’t Claim it Because of A Clever Reason
Very clever indeed…
How excited would you be if you win millions in the lottery? I bet you’d go crazy. Personally, I’d surely be jumping up and down, screaming for joy. With that much money, I’m sure I’d be able to buy a lot of important stuff for the family and, well, some nice toys for myself.
Well, imagine the emotions that probably run in the heart of Gerry Cannings, a 63-year-old retired teacher from Peterborough, East England when he realized he just won the jackpot worth £32.5 million (roughly US$45 million) – the second biggest prize in the history of lotto.
63-year-old Gerry Cannings won the lottery but had to wait for a week before claiming the prize.
Liverpool Man Loves Spam So Much He Changed His Middle Name to ‘I Love Spam’
This guy is like the biggest Spam fan ever!
You may love Spam but we bet this man loves it much, much more than you do. In fact, he legally changed his middle name to reflect his love for the canned product.
Now known as Mark I Love Spam Benson, this 41-year-old guy from Halewood, Liverpool is perhaps the biggest Spam fan ever.
According to Metro, Mark couldn’t get enough of the canned meat that he has it on toast for breakfast “every single day.” On top of that he “regularly cooks recipes from the Spam website for family dinners.”
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