Offbeat Infographics



The 50 State Capitol Buildings of the U.S. Illustrated to Scale

This infographic presents all 50 US state capitol buildings as illustrated to scale, so you can easily compare the size of each capitol building to one another. It also explores when each building was built, its cost of construction (before and after inflation), and how many state employees there are in each state, per 10,000 population.

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Missing in Action

It’s not surprising what goes missing on a Saturday night in a nightclub. The combination of dim lighting, mind altering substances, pick-pockets and a relatively large number of carefree people packed in a tight space means that things can go missing. Here is an infographic showing what goes missing on a Saturday night in a nightclub.

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10 Longest Hiking Trails in the U.S.

With the following infographic, discover over 29,000 miles of North America’s natural treasures with the 10 longest continuous hiking trails in the United States. Explore mountains, beaches, forests, roads, and more as you hike from coast to coast. Challenge yourself mentally and physically while discovering new sights and sounds, and learn more about the world that thrives without human interference.

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45 Scary and Disturbing Mythical Creatures From Around the World

Cultures from around the world and throughout the time have been telling urban legends and folk tales to send a chill down the spine of their family, friends, and especially children. Mythical creatures from folklore have been dreamt up for a variety of reasons, sometimes because people actually believed they exist.

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The Perks of Playing Slots Online

For a lot of people, online gambling becomes so much fun that it quickly becomes their primary source of entertainment. Online casino gaming allows people to win a lot of money from afar, or at least feel like they are about to do so, which is always exciting. There...

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A History of US Citizens Wrongfully Convicted by The Judicial System

Did you know that New York and Texas convict more wrong persons than the rest of the US put together? How about the fact that you’re more likely to be wrongly convicted of Homicide than robbery? People may not be aware of the scale of innocent citizens that have been convicted, serving years for a crime they didn’t commit. Innocent people such as Kirk Odom lost a part of their lives that can never be regained, serving 31 years in jail for an offense he never committed.

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Differences Between European and American Roulette

From Las Vegas to Macau, from Monte Carlo to Atlantic City, roulette has been the backbone of the casino industry for nearly 200 years and does not look like slowing down. It has easy to learn odds with the table marked out for each preferred bet. Even today roulette has moved effortlessly into modern times with the advent of computers it is the number one earner for online gambling sites.

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7 Casino Facts

Sometimes a myth is talked about so much that it can become the truth over time. But not in this case. In the following infographic by onlinecasinopolis.net, you will only find the most interesting facts proven by history. One of such facts is a well-accounted story about the invention of the sandwich which, to no surprise, took place nowhere else but in a casino. This and six others included below.

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23 Plants That Are Poisonous To The Touch

It might seem like common knowledge, but if you can’t identify it in the wild, stay away from the berries and avoid eating the plants! Some will cause severe allergic skin reactions that need to be taken very seriously. This infographic from McDermatology.com features 23 plants that are poisonous to the touch.

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Mens vs Women: Online Gambling Stats

Lots of people will discuss Mens VS Women online gambling stats. It’s worthwhile to point out that it’s hard to get statistics on the entire online casino gaming community. The statistics are almost inevitably based on samples of gamblers, making them estimates. However, it’s still worthwhile to pay attention to some of the existing findings.

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