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This Nazis Belt Buckle is Actually a Hidden Deadly Weapon

A simple accessory can become deadly – especially if it is something made for the Nazis.


The Nazis’ capability to incite fear and horror especially among those they hunted and tortured even after the movement has been wiped out can be quite surprising as it is terrifying. Their presence is still felt by many in simple yet questionable technologies that have been rumored to be linked to the fascist National Socialist German Workers’ Party led by Adolf Hitler.

According to CS Globe, some of these technologies are still being used today including nuclear weapons, space planes, and even microwave ovens. While the connection of these to the Nazis remains under the conspiracy theory category, the very idea that they may be used as tools for mind control or genocide can still be quite scary.

But while there are things that remind you of the Nazis in an obvious way, this particular belt buckle looks innocent at first.

Nazi Belt Castle Gun


This lesser-known Nazi invention is something they wear not only to keep their pants in the right position but also to kill a person.

Hidden Pistol in the Belt Buckle


Yes! You read right. This Nazi belt buckle called “SS-Waffenakademie Koppelschloßpistole” or the “Belt Castle Gun” is actually a pistol invented by Louis Marquis. This terrifyingly cool instrument of terror was invented during the World War II and received a patent in 1935.

According to Phoenix Investment Arms, the Koppelschloßpistole was mass produced by the SS-Waffenakademie at Brünn (Brno) to be used during WWII by the Nazi. There were two designs produced at the time: one which has two barrels and measures 7.65mm; and another with four barrels in .22 cal or 5.6mm.

Check out the demo of the four-barrel belt pistol below.

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These neat hidden pistols were meant to be a last resort for Nazi soldiers to use whenever they are in a bind since the pistol can be activated by pressing the catch on the buckle or pulling a string for when the wearer is asked by an enemy to raise his hands in surrender.

Pretty clever, don’t you think? Let your friends know about terrifyingly cool accessory by sharing this article.


This Circus Mass Grave In Illinois Has A Tragic History

This circus act ended with a crash – literally. Find out the story behind the elephant statues in Illinois and see how great performers can be easily forgotten.

Anyone who has seen a circus knows that authentic, magical feeling you get when seeing other people defying the norm. While some circus performers like clowns have been twisted into something more terrifying than entertaining, the fact remains that a circus can be considered one of the best kinds of entertainment the West has ever seen.

Unfortunately, the circus performers’ special abilities do not necessarily mean they are accident-proof. In fact, one historic moment serves as evidence that the cheerful life of a circus performer can become a subject of sorrow and tragic misery—one which has almost been forgotten in today’s modern world.

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Water For Elephants Movie Poster

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Brains and Body Parts of Auschwitz Victims were Discovered in a Munich Research Lab

In a horrific twist of events, body parts and brains of gruesome Auschwitz experiments were discovered in a research lab in Munich.


In a horrific twist of events, body parts and brains of gruesome Auschwitz experiments were discovered in a research lab in Munich.

The remains were discovered stored in jars after renovations were conducted at the Max Planck Psychiatric Institute in Munich, Germany. Reportedly, the remains were discovered last year but were only reported to the public now. The research institute claims that the brain samples were used by Nazi researcher Julius Hallervorden.

The Max Planck Psychiatric Institute in Munich, Germany

The Max Planck Psychiatric Institute in Munich, Germany

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The Strange Story of a 19th Century American Settler and The Bizarre Tattoos on Her Face

Truth is stranger than fiction, and this is a very extraordinary tale indeed.

Many incredible stories happened in the 19th century when American settlers began arriving in the wild, wild West.

One such story involves a young woman abducted by Indians, and how she came by the intricate tattoos on her face.

Her name was Olive Oatman.

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