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This Week In History News, Feb. 11 – 17
Gruesome Stone Age burial site baffles researchers, the Louvre hopes to return Nazi-looted art to rightful owners, unearthed bodies reveal unexpected ancient burial practices.
Scientists Have Reconstructed The Face Of A 9,000-Year-Old Teenager
A team of scientists worked together to reconstruct the face of a teenager using a 9,000-year-old skull found in Greece.
Woman Sues California For Not Admitting Bigfoot Exists – Yes, Bigfoot
The Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, which supports her claims, insists that there have been more than 5,000 Bigfoot sightings in the U.S.
23 Dramatic Photos Of The Parkland School Shooting
The shooting at Parkland's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is now one of the deadliest mass shootings in American history.
For The First Time, You Can Now Actually See An Atom [PHOTO]
A scientist was able to capture a photo of a single atom without the use of a microscope.
Skier Who Went Missing In New York Turns Up In California Still Wearing His Skiing Outfit
After searching for almost 7,000 man-hours in New York, skier Constantinos Filippidis was found alone and confused in California.
Woman Pulls 14 Worms From Eye Due To Rare Infection
A woman from Oregon thought she had a stray eyelash stuck in her eye. Turns out it was just a parasitic worm.
Gruesome Stone Age Burial Site Has Researchers Baffled
Researchers found bones and skulls from 8,000 years ago in a burial ritual that they don't understand themselves.
Indiana Mom Makes Daughter Drink Bleach To Cure Autism
The mother read about the cure in a Facebook group, and decided to try it on her child herself.
Lions Kill And Eat Suspected Poacher – Leave Only His Head
Though rhino poaching is historically more common in this region, the man was found in what is considered lion territory.
1100-Pound WWII Bomb Forces London Airport To Close
"There's a long night ahead for quite a few people, not least my Royal Navy bomb disposal divers, using our tried-and-tested techniques to remove the threat."