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Cursed And Haunted Objects

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Mostly Cursed Object are look like very mysterious and Haunted But some Cursed Object Look Like Normal and Simple.
i,m sujeet kumar and i am showing 7 Most Cursed And Haunted Objects In The World.

Haunted houses: you might even know one in your neighborhood! They always incite our senses and make us interested – or little bit spooked. However, we can be safe in the knowledge that haunted houses can't really move, so they pose little danger of bringing their otherworldly dangers to us.

Alleged to bring bad luck, poverty, illness or even death, cursed objects have always attracted people who enjoy the spooky side of life. Many things have been reported to be possessed by evil spirits, ghosts, paranormal beings and other supernatural entities and the owners of these objects have often claimed to have seen frightful sights and experience creepy things. In fact, many owners of these cursed objects have even died under very bizarre circumstances. What are some of these objects you should definitely avoid owning? Here are 7 Creepy Cursed Objects That Actually Exist.

7. Anne Baker's Wedding Dress

7 Most Cursed And Haunted Objects In The World

Some people claimed that the movement of the wedding dress glass cage is because of the historical floorboards under the display being weak or loose, causing the case swivel. Some claimed that drafts are the reason for the motion of dress on its own. After that the society conducted the study to find out the reason behind this and claimed that Anna Baker’s spirit lives on the dress after watching the movement of the dress through the hidden cameras even when no one was present in the museum.

Long time ago in mid 80s, there was a man named Elias Baker who was very wealthy. He with his cousin Ronald Diller purchased a dying furnace in Blair which turned out to be a profitable business. He earned a fortune through the business and then brought his cousin’s share. With the huge profit, he contracted Robert Cary Long, Jr. and Baltimore, who was a trained architect to build a massive Greek-revival style mansion, completed at a cost of $15,000, a very huge amount in 1849. The place was one hell of a thing filled with all the luxuries of the world. He named the mansion as Baker Mansion. He was very proud man and dominated his family. His second daughter Anna fell in love with the local steelworker who was working for Elias. But he was a lower class person due to which Elias told his daughter that she is forbidden to marry him. There was a long argument held between the father and the daughter but Elias did not agree. Anna wasvery stubborn girl and didn’t fancy the comfort and luxuries of fine clothing, jewels, fancy house; she only wished to marry  handsome iron worker who was the love of her life.

6. Tutankhamun's Curse

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ate in 1922 the British archaeologist Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamun, who died in 1323 BC aged about 18, in the Valley of the Kings, across the Nile from Luxor in Egypt. Pharaohs had been buried there from the 16th to the 11th centuries BC. Most of the tombs had been plundered from early times and Tutankhamun’s was the first to be found almost entirely undisturbed. The 5th Earl of Carnarvon, a keen amateur Egyptologist who was financing the project, joined Carter and his team to enter the burial chambers, where they found the young pharaoh’s mummified body and a wealth of religious objects, wall paintings and inscriptions as well as equipment he would need in the afterlife.
The discovery created a worldwide press sensation and stories spread about a curse on anyone who dared to break into a pharaoh’s tomb. The Times in London and New York World magazine published the best-selling novelist Marie Corelli’s speculations that ‘the most dire punishment follows any rash intruder into a sealed tomb’. It was not long before Lord Carnarvon died in Cairo aged 56 and the lights in the city went out, which set off a frenzy of speculation. Arthur Conan Doyle told the American press that ‘an evil elemental’ spirit created by priests to protect the mummy could have caused Carnarvon’s death.

5. Cursed Mirror at Myrtles Plantation

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The Ghostly Mirror at The Myrtles Plantation
The Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville, LA bills itself as “one of America’s most haunted homes.” Though dozens of legends surround the historic property, the tale of the haunted mirror is one of the most famous.
According to popular legend, a slave named Chloe baked an oleander-laced cake and poisoned three members of the prominent Woodruff family: Sara, the lady of the plantation, and her two daughters. Some say Chloe purposely killed the family, while others insist she only meant to make them ill. In any event, Sara and the children died and are now trapped inside the old mirror, or so the stories go.
Visitors at the 217-year-old plantation report seeing handprints on the glass, prints allegedly belonging to the slain Woodruffs. Strange “drip” marks also run the length of the mirror, and no amount of cleaning can remove the residue. Visitors have also spotted figures in old-fashioned clothing lurking inside the mirror’s warped glass.

4. Busby Stoop Chair

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Even well into the seventies the locals were fearful of the curse. Soon the inn would be free of the chairs terrors but it would take two more deaths. Two young airmen sat in the inn one night daring each other to sit in the chair. Eventually one of them caved in and placed his backside on the chair for just a second. On their way back to the field they both died in a traffic accident.
The publican who had had enough took the chair to the local museum and told them to display it up high and to never allow anyone to sit in it... ever!

To this day the chair is mounted high up on the wall of the Thirsk Museum and no one has been allowed to sit in it, no matter how much they offer for the thrill.

However all of this may turn out to be a little dubious. A test of the chair revealed it is not even close to being as old as it says it is. Maybe it was not the chair so much that Busby cursed, a chair is a chair but the location overlooking the main room of the inn was prime.

3. Dybbuk Box

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The Dybbuk Box is a wine cabinet which is said to be haunted by the Dybbuk, a restless, malicious spirit believed to be able to haunt and even possess the living. The box became famous when it was auctioned on eBay with an accompanying horror story written by Kevin Mannis, and is the original inspiration for the 2012 film The Possession. All owners of the box have reported experiencing horrible things ranging from scary nightmares to bizarre diseases.

2. Robert the Doll

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Robert the Doll, in close up. (Photo: Cayobo/flickr)

After some digging, the museum traced Robert’s origins to the Steiff Company, the same toy maker that first manufactured a Teddy bear in honor of Theodore Roosevelt. Robert was most likely never intended to be sold as a toy—a Steiff historian told the museum that Robert was probably part of a set fabricated for a window display of clowns or jesters. 
“Which is kind of adorable,” says Convertito, “Especially with his impish behavior it kind of suits his personality really well.”
Robert’s little sailor suit was not supplied by the company; it was probably an outfit that Otto himself wore as a child.
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1. Annabelle the Doll

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Annabelle is an ordinary Raggedy Ann doll. But some people believe she’s possessed by a demon, and terrorized a bunch of college students in the 1970s. Movies like Annabelle and The Conjuring tell this story.
They use a prop doll, but there’s a real Annabelle doll in a basement museum, known as the Warren Occult Museum, in Connecticut. Sadly, the museum is currently off-limits to the general public due to local zoning laws, but the Warrens still show off Annabelle and their other artifacts at lectures and talks across the country.
A version of this story was first broadcast in October 2014. Here’s an encore presentation as part of the Off the Path from New York to Boston podcast.
Annabelle is real. You might disagree on whether she’s really possessed or not, but here she sits, encased in thick glass, surrounded by crucifixes and warning signs and ominous music.

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Getting 1000 Page Views On Your First Blog post.

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If you are a new blogger and you are planning to create a blog site then this post is for you

A pageview is a standard unit of measure that equates to one single person loading one single web page. If a person were to sit and load the same web page 50 times, that would register in Google Analytics as 50 pageviews.

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If you want to get 1000 page view on your post then follow these steps

Step 1 share your Post on Raddit and Pinterest

Raddit you can make stories and share your post
Pinterest share photos and posts
Raddit and Pinterest is Best social media for bloggers, because these social media provide you to powerful Backlink and chances are very high to rank on google.

Step 2  Write about Tranding topic Using Google Trends

I’m sure that if you’ve ever done keyword research, you used Google Trends to check the interest in a given keyword. But many SEOs never utilize the full potential of this fantastic tool.


When I started writing this article, I realized there is some confusion about Google Trends data across the internet.
Many people think that the trend curve is the direct representation of the query’s search volume over time (like the one you can see in Google Keyword Planner tool).

Step 3 Research Low competition Keyword on keyword planner

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In order to use the Google Keyword Planner, you’ll need to have a Google Adwords account. If you don’t have an Adwords account already, you can set one up in a few minutes here:

Fortunately, for SEO-focused keyword research, these two tools are enough to generate thousands of potential keywords.
Now it’s time for me to show you how to find keywords using each of the tools built into the Google Keyword Planner.

Offer your readers something of value.

I’m starting up a new program to share with my readers regular coupons and other resources that speak to their lifestyle: discounts on gluten-free, organic and nontoxic foods and products. Since I already hunt for these deals for myself, this is a no-brainer for my community. I’m also working on an ebook to coordinate all my resources and get them together to share with my readers, just as a bonus for reading my site. And I do regular giveaways in my niche.
Go above and beyond to help your niche save money and time, or provide them data in a usable format.

Write Long, Thorough Posts

Research into which blog posts are most linked to said this:
  • They’re long: between 2700 – 3000 words
  • Extra visual content attracts extra links: posts with videos, images, and lists will attract almost 6 times more links than a plain text post.
Neil Patel says you should write detailed how-to posts with proof and convey authority to ensure blog post popularity. Check.
My first strategic decision was to only write long, well-researched posts with lots of links to sources and great visuals. In order to make reading of these long posts a good experience, I focused on readability.
  • Font size 16px, since that is what our browsers were made for. That size font on a webpage is equivalent to the way text appears in an average paper book.
  • Line height 24px to ensure enough white space.
  • I use Georgia font because its beautiful and especially designed for computer screens. People who say serif fonts are harder to read are just ignorant. All standard web fonts are pretty much equal.
  • New paragraph every 4-5 lines. Empty line between paragraphs. Lots of sub-headlines.
Corbett says ‘write epic shit‘. There is no way around it. You won’t hit the jackpot every single time, but you should aim to.
Look at the traction some of the posts got (with no pre-existing audience, no relationships, no name recognition):

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Most Mysterious Unsolved Mysteries

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In this post, i am talking about mysterious unsolved Mysteries.
most people talking about Mysterious topic like Bermuda Triangle , Monster.

Bermuda Triangle

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Known as the Bermuda Triangle, this legendary expanse of ocean can be found between the points of Miami, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico. Pilots often tell of their instruments going haywire and numerous ships have been lost at sea. With explanations ranging from gas bubbles to aliens, no one is sure what is behind the strange phenomena.

The Hessdalen Lights

In 1997, Harald Dale was camping with his family in the valley of Hessdalen, Norway. Just after 6:30 one evening, Harald went outside to brush his teeth when he noticed something strange—three lights in a triangle formation were flickering in the darkening sky. The lights just floated there, the intensity of their glow changing with every flicker. Harald ran inside to call his kids to come and look. A few minutes later, the lights disappeared. Harald had become one of many people to witness the mysterious phenomenon known as the Hessdalen Lights.
Records of the lights date back to the 19th century. They have been reported to glow in many different colors, including blue, red, and yellow, and have been observed floating just a short distance above the ground or streaking across the sky at great speeds. The lights were particularly active during the 1980s, with up to 20 eyewitness reports coming in per week.
Scientists have been studying the lights for years, but have yet to come up with a widely accepted explanation. Theories include ionized dust, combustible particles in the air, and—naturally—UFOs.


Kryptos

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Just outside the CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, you will behold a statue that has coded encryptions on its surface. This very captivating sculpture was created by Jim Sanborn to show that everything can be resolved and decoded with the use of patterns and clues. Of the four inscription sections that were included, only the first three have been cracked. But the fourth? Not even the brilliant minds in the CIA were able to get to the bottom of it.

The Eilean Mor Lighthouse Mystery

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In 1900, the only living souls on the Scottish island of Eilean Mor were three lighthouse keepers, alone in the vast ocean.
The day after Christmas, a supply ship arrived at the island. To the crew’s surprise, the lighthouse keepers were not waiting for them on the island’s small dock. After blowing the ship’s horn and sending up a flare, there was still no activity on the island. A replacement lighthouse keeper named Joseph Moore was eventually sent to investigate.
As he climbed the narrow, rocky stairs leading up to the lighthouse, Moore recalled being struck with a sense of nameless dread. As he neared the door, he saw that it was unlocked. Stepping carefully inside, he also noticed that two of the three waterproof jackets usually kept in the hall were missing. Reaching the kitchen, he found the remains of a meal and a chair lying on the floor. The clock in the kitchen had stopped working. The lighthouse keepers were nowhere to be seen.
A further investigation revealed the disturbing final entries in the lighthouse log. The entry for December 12 was written by a keeper named Thomas Marshall. In it, Marshall claimed the island had been struck by severe winds, worse than anything he had experienced in his career. Even though the lighthouse was solid enough to outlast any storm, Marshall wrote that the Principal Keeper, James Ducat, was very quiet. The third keeper, William McArthur, was an experienced sailor and a famously tough tavern brawler. The log entry ended by noting that he had been crying.
Further entries recorded that the storm continued to rage for a few days. Secure in their lighthouse, the three men had nonetheless begun praying. The last entry stated: “Storm ended, sea calm. God is over all.”
Though the lighthouse was visible from the nearby island of Lewis, no storms were reported in the Eilean Mor area during the days noted in the log entry.

The Loch Ness Monster

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For ages, people have been hearing about the Loch Ness monster and how it baffled everyone thinking that it is a creature unlike any other. There have been many sightings over the years and photos and videos of actual footage have been checked and looked at time and time again, confirming if it could be some kind of sea serpent or a descendant of the dinosaurs. Even up today, as some are claiming, it still exists and swims under the waters.
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Black Dahlia Murder

22-year old Elizabeth Short was very active at promoting herself into showbiz at the time the Black Dahlia murder occurred, however, no one knew of the killer or who actually did the murder.

Shroud of Turin

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The shroud containing an imprint of a human face has been one of the main focuses of Christian research, as many have suggested that the person’s face in the shroud could be Jesus Christ of Nazareth.

Stonehenge

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While Stonehenge is a very fascinating structure due to the big rocks that stand atop one another, the biggest mystery isn’t how it was created but why.

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How to Download App in Raspberry pi without any command

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raspberry pi is a single board computer ,raspbian is official os for raspberry pi
raspbian is not provide you to any kind of app store and source

1. How to get pi store

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 The Pi store is dead and Jessie has removed it
if you want to  install app store. you can also install third party app store.

Or the GUI PM Synaptic can be installed:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install synaptic 


After installation start Synaptic like this: (not from menu)
sudo synaptic


2. Install other app store

Apper
Apper is the default KDE Package manager that serves as a good alternative to traditional app stores. Written in C++, Apper is designed to make things easier for users who want to look for software and not packages. Apart from listing all the latest software, it also allows users to remove old software and upgrade existing one. If you are on KDE, you already know about this app store. If not, it's a great simple app manager you can use even if you're not a KDE lover. To install Apper, type in or paste the following command in your terminal:

sudo apt-get install apper

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App Grid

App Grid is a solid alternative to the Ubuntu Software Center. Readily available to install on any distro, App Grid lets you browse apps in a neat, grid-like layout. Though far from perfect, the layout is much lighter and faster than USC's slightly bloated UI, thus making it a great alternative. It is faster to start, has very less memory usage, and is written in Python 3. Though proprietary, App Grid gives you a great set of features and lightness that you should have gotten from USC. It’s definitely worth a try.

To install App Grid, type in or paste the following commands in the terminal:
 
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:appgrid/stable
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install appgrid

How to Download App in Raspberry pi without any command

The concept of app stores, though popularized by Apple, followed by Android, has been around for a long time. In fact, Linuxians know that it was in the penguinian world of software that the concept of app store basically originated. A software housing a collection of apps stored in a convenient location was something Linux users have loved and still love.

Whether it is the iTunes app store or the Play Store by Google, budding developers get a huge exposure by publishing their apps in these arenas. Similarly, the relatively less popular Ubuntu Software Center is slowly becoming a melting pot for some of the best developers in the FOSS community. The app store has some of the most popular applications made by some talented developers.



















 

10. IT manager

Job description: "IT managers implement and maintain a company's information technology."
Average salary for workers without a degree: $100,177

9. Product manager

Job description: "Workers in product management outline a strategy and roadmap for products that the engineering team will build."
Average salary for workers without a degree: $101,421

8. Director of marketing

Job description: "High-ranking executive that steers the marketing efforts of a company."
Average salary for workers without a degree: $114,987

7. DevOps engineer

Job description: "A challenging job to fill, the DevOps engineer uses a variety of technologies and programs to automate systems and manage software deployments."
Average salary for workers without a degree: $121,262

6. Director of IT

Job description: "High-ranking executive in charge of an organization's information technology."
Average salary for workers without a degree: $122,532
Here are the top 10 feeder schools for the tech industry

5. Lead engineer

Job description: "An experienced engineer with management skills, this person leads teams of engineers through the completion of projects."
Average salary for workers without a degree: $132,856

4. Architect

Job description: "Architects define the overarching structure, specs, and guidelines of software programs and systems."
Average salary for workers without a degree: $143,879

3. Sales engineer

Job description: "Combining technological knowledge with sales skills, sales engineers sell complex tech-based products and services to companies."
Average salary for workers without a degree: $148,726

2. Director of sales

Job description: "High-level executives that manage the sales strategy of tech products and services."
Average salary for workers without a degree: $165,579

1. VP of engineering

Job description: "VPs of Engineering predominantly focus primarily on managing engineers and product delivery."
Average salary for workers without a degree: $178,062


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Ghost Research Society


 The Society was founded as the Ghost Tracker's Club in 1977 but changed its name to the Ghost Research Society in 1982.
 The Ghost Research Society is a paranormal research society, founded in the late 1970s by Martin V. Riccardo. Contents. [hide]. 1 History; 2 Investigations; 3 Current status; 4 References; 5 External links. History[edit]. The Society was founded as the Ghost Tracker's Club in 1977 but changed its name to the Ghost Research
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  The Ghost Research Society was formed as a clearing house for reports of ghosts, hauntings, poltergeist and life after death encounters. The society members actively research and investigate all reports that come their way including private homes and businesses. The society also analyzes alleged spirit photographs, video and audio tapes that they come across from ordinary people or society members.

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Ghost Photographs

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For Those Submitting Ghost Photographs, Please Read!
1. We are not currently interested in looking at or analyzing orb photographs taken with digital cameras as there are just too many natural explanations for them.
2. All photographs submitted for analysis must be in either .jpg, or .gif but not zipped files or other extensions! I will not open or unzip zipped files as there are just too many viruses on the internet today. Submissions with zipped files will simply be deleted. They should also be sent as an email attachment to your email and not embedded within.
3. Photographs should be accompanied by text indicating, type of camera and film used, weather conditions, why the photograph was taken in the first place and any other relevant information. Without this an accurate analysis cannot be conducted.
4. If you are sending your pictures for analysis via snail mail using the United States Postal Service and you wish to have your photographs returned, you must include a large self-addressed stamped envelope with sufficient postage and your request to have it returned. If you have an email address, include that.
5. Analysis will be conducted as quickly as possible as there may be many other photographs that I'm currently analyzing at the time of receiving yours, so please be patient!
6. I am a believer that spirits can indeed be photographed but I've actually seen very few pictures that are "paranormal". If I, in MY opinion, regard the image(s) you submit to be not paranormal but an alternative natural explanation, please remember that you did ask for MY opinion and while it may not always be correct or what you want to hear, remember you did ask for MY opinion. I don't believe that anyone is truly an expert in deciphering the difference between ghost and non-ghost photographs but since I've been looking at such photographs for over 25 years and have written a book on spirit photography, I feel I am somewhat qualified to make a judgment on most photographs sent to me.
7. If you would like to have your picture posted to my website, please indicate in your email or letter. Also include whether or not you wish your real name and/or email used so that others might email you with their comments. Without your permission, I cannot legally post pictures to my site.
8. I can also give you my opinion on audio and video clips provided they are sent in either .wav, .mp3, .mpg, .mpeg, or .avi formats.
9. Please read the three articles below before you submit your photographs as they might explain what you have and they've been highly researched by Troy Taylor and I. Thank you!
10. Please send the original un-retouched image before any alterations, enhancements, enlargements or corrections. It is very important for me to see the original picture just as it was taken. If you wish to send additional pictures along with the original that have been enlarged, enhanced or circled for clarity purposes, that is fine.
11. You may wish to first look through the Fake or Explainable Section of my website before submitting your photograph. You might find that the image you are submitting has already been analyzed and explained in one of the links.
12. Send your photographs to: [email protected]
 

Ghost Photography Articles

Note: The photographs and articles in this section are copyrighted material and cannot be used, copied or inserted in another website without the written permission of Dale Kaczmarek and the Ghost Research Society under penalty of law!
Legal disclaimer from the Author, Publisher & Webmaster: Although Ghost Research Society, Dale Kaczmarek, and all that may be affiliated with this entire website have carefully researched all sources to insure the accuracy of the information contained on this entire website; we assume no responsibility for any errors, inaccuracies or omissions. If your picture that you hold sole copyright to, website or any information thereof is listed on this website and you want to update or have it deleted, please email me. Picture copyright will be properly handled by our corporate attorney. Please get permission to visit any location if need be and OBSERVE all NO TRESPASSING signs. Respect the places you visit and investigate.


 FAKE 

This image was made by placing the camera on a tripod with an exposure setting of ten seconds. The subject, wearing a long black coat, stood in front of the camera for about three seconds, then ran out of the frame, resulting in a semi-transparent image.














 REAL

Faces in the window

This picture was taken by the husband of the woman in the picture on a sunny afternoon with ordinary print film. They had just moved into their new home in Chicago, Illinois. In the window to the left of them clearly shows a older woman with her hair put up in a bun and a bulldog next to her. There was no one in the house at the time of the picture taking.



















 BY SUJEET KUMAR

hello, guys! Today we are giving you some friendly advice as to where not to go in this crazy playground we call the internet. So it’s a big warning and you should never ever visit these websites. This is the list of websites you should never visit and please just don’t go there at any cost.

1. The Death Clock

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I don’t care what kind of stuff some of you may believe in, but I refuse to believe that a computer generated random response death clock can accurately predict the date of my death. I don’t even want to know the date of my death even if it is accurate. The website Death clock claims to be able to accurately predict the date that you’re going to die. This can be psychologically very distracting and you should never engage in this type of crazy stuff.

2. Magic 8 Ball

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A lot like the Death Clock, the magic 8-ball pretends to be able to guide your life. So it’s basically you give 8 balls a good shake and ask a question like does he like me? And the ball gives you an answer on the basis of that. Sources say that all of your dreams are literally crushed. You shake again and you get a completely different answer. So this is basically a lot like the prediction that can help you to take decisions at times. It can get very creepy, for example, I asked if he knows where I live and it can answer ‘Yes’.

3. Take This Lollipop

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The website ‘Take This Lollipop’ dares you to take a shiny blue lollipop. But by taking the lollipop, you share your Facebook details with the site. You’re then greeted with a really creepy corridor followed by an even creepier guy browsing your Facebook photo and messages. He’s very sweaty for some reason or another and his fingers are kind of gross. He seems to be getting a sick tortured pleasure from creeping you. He then gets up and gets in his car to find you and creep you in real life. The video then ends with a red lollipop with a razor in it. Now the whole thing is actually a propaganda film to warn people of the dangerous results of sharing too much detail on the Internet.

4. Rotten.com

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Rotten.com is one of those websites that contains very disturbing content on their website. This site is not safe for work and contains all the things that are not to be seen. It includes extreme knife fights and other disturbing things. Our advice would be that you should better keep yourself away from these kinds of websites.

5. Rate My Poo

http://www.mysterytechs.com/2018/01/dangerous-websites-you-should-never.html
Unfortunately, this is one that I really wish I had never seen. I’m not sure I’m ever gonna forget it or not. Rate my poo is a website where you literally do just that. You have to rate other people’s poos and get them to rate yours. Basically, you take a picture of it, upload it and people can give it a score of out of 10. There are a few people who would actually really enjoy this site. This is really a disgusting thing to visit on the internet.

6. 4 Chan

http://www.mysterytechs.com/2018/01/dangerous-websites-you-should-never.html
4 Chan is generally a much darker and more anonymous version of Reddit. It does get pretty dark and I would absolutely recommend that you should be well clear of it. On 4 Chan, anything goes which is kind of the problem and you literally don’t know what you’re going to find? Someone may be leading a group of idiots into microwaving their new iPhones whilst another will be posting a picture of a freshly murdered body. So, you don’t actually need to go on there to see and do bad things. Not all 4 Chan users are the devil but unfortunately, the anonymity of the site has allowed for nude celebrity picture leaks, child porn, animal abuse, threats of violence and cyber bullying. I would suggest you stay away from this website.

7. Silk Road

http://www.mysterytechs.com/2018/01/dangerous-websites-you-should-never.html
So to be honest, you’ll probably never find yourself here. Silk Road is a dark web website that allows you to buy and sell drugs as well as if the allegations are true, you can hire a hitman to kill people on your behalf. The initial Silk Road which labeled itself as an anonymous marketplace was created by William Albrecht and was run on to offer hidden services. So, users could browse anonymously. The FBI later seized the site and Silk Road 2.0 was created and then shut down again. So, there is still a Silk Road but you should better stay away from it.
by sujeet kumar
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