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25 Interesting Behind the Scene Facts About Famous Movies – Part 8

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  1. Cely-Rae says:

    Are you guys okay? You haven’t posted anything in a few days and it’s got me worried! I am a daily visitor of your site, and not seeing posts for a bit made me think something was wrong…

    1. Jerry says:

      Same… It’s been quite a while and I thought there was at least 3 authors

  2. Rick Blaine says:

    Miss you guys too! Hope everything is OK.

    1. Darin says:

      I was wondering the same thing! Thought I’d scan the comments to see if I could figure out what’s going on; looks like the search party is already forming.

      1. Matthew says:

        Count me in for the search party!! I hope everything is alright with them

        1. Courtney says:

          Where are y’all? I’m about to come looking

  3. Johnny says:

    I didn’t realise how much this site meant to me, you guys kick a**. Hope your all doing okay. Love from Ireland

  4. michael says:

    Ok! I got the flashlights and my mud boots. i am letten mah dogs smell the web page to get on the scent. Dont worry guys! help is on the way!

  5. jo archer says:

    Well seeing as we can still post here, we might as well share some facts and see if we can keep it going.

    1. Wolverines are trained to find and rescue avalanche survivors, because they are naturally inclined to sniff out animals 20 feet below the snow and eat them.

    http://www.outsideonline.com/2067281/wolverines-future-search-and-rescue

    2. A typo prevented hackers of stealing US$1 billion in 2016. They misspelled “foundation” as “fandation” in a wire transfer request, prompting bank authorities to investigate.

    https://www.theguardian.com/business/2016/mar/10/spelling-mistake-prevented-bank-heist

    3. There’s a hedgehog cuddling cafe in Tokyo.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/apr/07/hedgehog-cafe-opens-in-tokyo-to-promote-animals-softer-side

    4. The are 746 stone ring monuments in the British Isles. Stonehenge is just the most famous of them.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_stone_circles#Britain.2C_Ireland_and_Brittany

    5. The oldest undisputed sculpture of a human being is about 40,000 years old and shows a woman with big breasts and elaborately carved genitalia.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_of_Hohle_Fels

  6. jo archer says:

    Well seeing as we can still post here, we might as well share some facts and see if we can keep it going.

    1. Wolverines are trained to find and rescue avalanche survivors, because they are naturally inclined to sniff out animals 20 feet below the snow and eat them.

    2. A typo prevented hackers of stealing US$1 billion in 2016. They misspelled “foundation” as “fandation” in a wire transfer request, prompting bank authorities to investigate.

    3. There’s a hedgehog cuddling cafe in Tokyo.

    4. The are 746 stone ring monuments in the British Isles. Stonehenge is just the most famous of them.

    5. The oldest undisputed sculpture of a human being is about 40,000 years old and shows a woman with big breasts and elaborately carved genitalia.

    1. Cely-Rae says:

      You got the right idea! But in all honesty… I hope the writers are back soon because I love this site! I hope they are okay.

  7. Becky V says:

    I’m worried too! I’ve been a daily reader for almost 3 years. Hope all is well.

  8. jo archer says:

    1. The closest other star to the sun is called Proxima-b and it has an orbiting planet with temperatures capable of supporting life.

    https://www.theguardian.com/science/2016/aug/27/proxima-b-could-we-live-on-this-newly-found-planet-or-could-something-else

    2. There is a ghost town called Consonno in Italy which is the site of a huge hide and seek competition every year.

    http://www.travelandleisure.com/attractions/consonno-italy-ghost-town-hide-and-seek-world-championship

    3. Parents in retirement homes in Shanghai can sue their kids if they don’t visit enough. The Government also lowers the credit score of offenders.

    http://time.com/4290234/china-shanghai-parents-visit-credit-score-lower/

    4. The children of strict parents tend to become better and more comfortable with lying than those from families with a more relaxed approach.

    http://www.iflscience.com/editors-blog/stricter-parents-turning-children-effective-liars/

    5. There are pacific Islanders who have brown skin (black people) and blonde hair. They are the only people in the world who show a genetic link closer to denisovans than neanderthals.

    http://www.zmescience.com/science/anthropology/denisovan-melanesia-neanderthal-dna-20032016/

    1. Cely-Rae says:

      You should write for this site! I vote yes to Project Jo Archer lol

  9. Luke says:

    Hope all is well and you guys are back soon. Regards from Turkey

  10. Michikiniqua says:

    miss you guys, hope all is well and on its way to normalcy. I’ve been holding my breath in the morning when i click on your link just hoping….
    my life has been decidedly less kick a** as of late.

  11. jo archer says:

    1. The child killer Anders Brevik, who killed 69 children in 2011 in Norway has a personal computer in his cell. He also has a personal television and a Playstation 2, which he deemed insufficient, threatening to go on a hunger strike if it was not upgraded to a Playstation 3 in 2014.

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/04/20/all-the-fun-things-anders-breivik-can-do-in-his-inhuman-prison.html

    2. 30 years ago, you had about about 17 minutes to escape a house fire. Today you only have 3 to 4 minutes because newer homes and the veneer furniture and synthetic carpets/curtains inside them burn faster.

    http://www.today.com/home/newer-homes-furniture-burn-faster-giving-you-less-time-escape-t65826

    3. Different cultures celebrate Christmas differently. In Japan they traditionally eat strawberry cheesecake and fried chicken at Christmas. KFC is booked out months in advance.

    http://www.wsj.com/articles/christmas-cheer-here-requires-reservations-with-the-colonel-1450477246

    4. Nearly 10% of the Athletes that the US put forward as part of the olympic team going to Rio in 2016 were not born in the US.

    http://www.npr.org/sections/thetorch/2016/08/11/488547451/team-usa-lives-here-where-americas-rio-olympians-are-from

    5. The heart of a (severe) cocaine addict can ‘beat’ for 25 minutes after it is removed from their body although the beat is abnormal and a result of being pumped full of stimulants. Their hearts are also much larger due to the poor blood flow and therefore lack of oxygen which means the heart has to become bigger to cope with the basic requirements of staying alive.

    https://www.rt.com/news/310562-cocaine-heart-keeps-beating/

  12. jo archer says:

    Just came across this nugget… A base jumper live streamed his own death on Facebook.

    Classic stupid ways to die fact.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/italian-man-base-jump-death-facebook-live-video-armin-schmieder-kandersteg-swiss-alps-switzerland-a7213816.html

  13. Bam says:

    I hope y’all are ok. I read the sight every night so I’m getting paranoid. Thanks Jo Archer for keeping things going.

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