Prince William is the eldest son of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Charles, Prince of Wales. As a 15-year-old, His Royal Highness was deeply affected by his parents’ divorce in 1996, followed by the shocking and tragic death of his mother, Princess Diana, in 1997. Show More Summary
Prince William and Duchess Kate spent a day with children and fellow parents, sharing their personal experiences and finding common ground.
When the gurney rolled out of the Family Planning Associates abortion facility in Bakersfield, California, on the morning of January 10, 2017, it didn’t look good for the patient. She lay motionless on the gurney — completely covered from head to toe with a white sheet — as emergency responders loaded her into the ambulance. […]
For about 200 years, global industry went crazy for guano. Explorers discovered islands in the ocean that were covered with a layer of dried seabird feces many feet thick. The material was valuable as fertilizer, and later for the production of gunpowder. Show More Summary
I love the classic Universal Monster films. They were part of my childhood and as a horror film they have always been part of my life. Of course there have been many versions of The Mummy, most recently Stephen Somers versions from 17 years ago, which I love to little bitty pieces (Patience is a virtue. Show More Summary
In one of the latest examples of American museums repatriating human remains, the Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribe now owns the 10,600-year-old Spirit Cave mummy. The post North America’s Oldest Mummy Returns to a Native Tribe appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Bird poop has been a favored fertilizer for centuries—and, it turns out, is an excellent preserver of human flesh.
Restore color to ancient artworks, or see inside an ancient Egyptian mummy Google has announced a new venture to bring augmented reality to museums around the world, starting with the Detroit Institute of Art. Google's Tango programShow More Summary
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"Children these days are really spoiled, like 'Mummy I want a Playstation. Mummy I want you to kill that man.'" Written and directed by Alice Lowe, Prevenge is the horror-comedy that earned startled and rave reviews out of its festival...
The renters had been instructed to avoid that part of the house.
Didn’t you know? Women have different bathroom needs when compared to those of men! All hail Lord Paperton, king of mummies and toilet paper! Lord Paperton is a very demanding master. A comic by John McNamee from Pie Comic. If you like...Show More Summary
The kinds of things you can find while looking for a new home: The desiccated corpse was discovered by a man who was house shopping and ventured into the home's garage on Thursday afternoon, spotting the body inside an early...
Harper Beckham just loves showing her affection for her famous family! She's always making little drawings featuring mummy and daddy, and now she's writing them little notes in the sand. Related: Victoria Shows Off Cruz's Singing Skills Adorable doesn't begin to cover it! Victoria Beckham shared this image (above) of Harper busy at work getting her letters right for [...]
He returned in Showtime's 'The Affair' to show us that he's still got it. [ more › ]
The director of Jurassic World 2 knows he has some large velociraptor shoes to film. Sleepy Hollow’s new star has some very reasonable concerns. Plus, new images from Ghost in the Shell, The Mummy, Logan, and more. Spoilers ahoy, my mateys! Read more...
From stunning animals like a dancing peacock spider, to ancient history, including a striking Etruscan sarcophagus in the shape of a woman’s face, to the plain bizarre, such as an ancient tattoo on a mummy’s neck, 2016 was full of great science images.
Not only will Tom Cruise's character have to face off with the titular supernatural character in Universal's reboot of THE MUMMY, he'll also have a scuffle with Russell Crowe's character Dr. Henry Jekyll, a surprise that...Show More Summary
A look at what's ahead in 2017 The post Alien, Blade Runner, The Mummy and John Wick Preview Photos appeared first on ComingSoon.net.