Norway

In 2011, a 13 year old Norwegian boy encountered a pack of wolves while walking back alonefrom school. He managed to fend them off by removing his headphones and blasting the song “Overcome”, by Creed on full volume

Saved by Creed? Norwegian Boy Fends Off Wolf Pack with Heavy Metal Walter Eikrem listened to music on his mobile phone as he often does as he made his way home from school in the southern Norwegian town of Rakkestad earlier this week. The path leading from the stop where he catches the school bus …

In 2011, a 13 year old Norwegian boy encountered a pack of wolves while walking back alonefrom school. He managed to fend them off by removing his headphones and blasting the song “Overcome”, by Creed on full volume Read More »

The Bluetooth symbol is a bind-rune representing the initials of the Viking King for who it was named.

Harald Bluetooth Harald “Bluetooth” Gormsson (Old Norse: Haraldr Gormsson; Danish: Harald Blåtand Gormsen, died c. 985/86) was a king of Denmark and Norway. He was the son of King Gorm the Old and of Thyra Dannebod. Harald ruled as king of Denmark from c. 958 – c. 986. Harald introduced Christianity to Denmark and consolidated his rule over most of Jutland and Zealand. Harald’s rule as king of Norway following the assassination of King Harald Greycloak of Norway was …

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