The United States of America, known as the "Land of Opportunity," offers not only chances but also the ability to see and do some truly bizarre things. We put together a list of bizarre things that you'll almost certainly only see in the United States.
Video link : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NZ2blP4nTzjG9_OuMDJhvrM1lHTAJBFA/view?usp=drivesdk The old man was walking on his own in Vermont Hermanus, Western Cape when he was brutally attacked for no reason. The video shows the man's wounds being tendered to, he has a big gash on his head that caused him to bleed so much. The video in the link below shows the two suspects who attacked the man, they were apprehended by the police. The two men are still on the cusp of their youth. They were intercepted by the
Phineas Gage may have the most famous brain ever. He’s so famous there’s even a statue dedicated to him in Cavendish, Vermont, the area where his infamy began. Gage is famous not just for his brain, but for what happened to it.He was a rather unremarkable person until one fateful day, September 13, that was the day his life changed forever. On that September day, Gage was working as a railroad foreman for the Rutland & Burlington Railroad south of Cavendish, Vermont. Gage and his team were preparing the
The United States of America (U.S.A) last week reported the lowest number of new COVID-19 (Coronavirus) cases in nearly a year, with new infections dropping 26% from the previous seven days to just under 180,000, according to a U.S.A data analysis of state and county data.
7. Royal Malewane, South Africa Royal Malewane is for travelers who want to follow in the footsteps of the world's most discerning and wealthy wildlife lovers. The lodge lies in Thornybush Game Reserve bordering spectacular Kruger national park, which offers some of the best wildlife-viewing on the planet. Old-world colonial elegance sets the tone here, and animals take center stage especially the relatively large number of resident lions. 8. Twin Farms, Vermont, USA Snuggled amid 300 acres of bucolic Vermont