Fun Friday: The Dancing Plague of 1518

Posted: March 25, 2011 in cryptozoology, Friday Fun
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Happy Friday, it’s been a long week so time to check out some serious freakiness from the middle ages, Hemstreet this one’s for you.

So in 1518 people began flowing into the street and dancing for days at a time, it was the Dancing Plague of 1518, check out the link.

http://dsc.discovery.com/news/2008/08/01/dancing-death-mystery.html

And something more recent and modern, the North Carolina growling Bigfoot, a clip of something that looks like Chaka from the Land of the Lost, cute, funny and so NOT Bigfoot.

http://www.postchronicle.com/news/original/article_212355889.shtml

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Comments
  1. Hemstreet says:

    Otto’s Irresistible Dance was real? Fantastic!

    Look up Toxoplasmosis – you can get a parasitic infection from a cat that makes women more promiscuous and men into daredevils! That should be put into an energy drink.

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