Jan 25 2012
Soviet Union stockpiled weapons all over its vast land during the Cold War. They needed to be prepared for any type of threat at any time and at any cost.
Jan 19 2012
Many say that this gun collection belonged to the late Charlton Heston, while others say it belongs to a Connecticut resident Bruce E. Stern. It is simply insane how many different variants of weapons there are here. I want to be here when the zombie apocalypse begins!
Jan 9 2012
Take a look at the equipment that the Soviet KGB spies had access to during the cold war. Just when you thought you would only see stuff like this in the old Bond movies. 15 photos inside.
Nov 10 2011
Retired top-secret installations are nothing short of jaw-dropping, and this one definitely does not fail to impress. This top secret facility was also once known as Titan II ICBM Site 571-7 because of the massive Titan II missile that it housed inside of it.
Oct 26 2011
The city of Atlantis. Described by many as the most advanced of the human civilizations. Some believe that the city was destroyed by one of the greatest natural disasters known to man, while others believe that it was only Plato's imagination.
The following article contains some "facts", conceptual images and a video. Dream a little!
Oct 2 2011
During the 1950's United States conducted many nuclear tests over the "Pacific Proving Grounds". This was one of them. In 1958 operation "Cactus" was completed - an 18 kT (kiloton) nuclear bomb was dropped and this 350ft crater was created.
Sep 9 2011
With a recent post about the crash of a new top secret US stealth helicopter, we have decided to dedicate a post to the first helicopter (also American) that utilized stealth technology - the Comanche.
Aug 29 2011
This is one of five country houses in Abkhazia that Stalin visited approximately 5-6 times a year. Built into it were secret passageways to the sea, railway stations, and a direct communication line to his government staff (which consisted of 800 people). A very beautiful dacha!
Aug 5 2011
During the late 1950's Cold War was at large, and USA was actively planning the construction of a top-secret aircraft that would soon replace the U-2. What came next was an airplane that would never become obsolete to this day – the Blackbird.
Read the amazing story about the most influential aircraft of the 20th century.