23 Weird Clubs & Societies That Actually Exist

1Snapists

There was a group of middle-aged women called “Snapists” believed that they were all married to Severus Snape on the ‘astral plane’ and that he controlled their lives. An independent researcher even published an in-depth paper on the matter.


2Love Commandos

In Delhi, India, there is a vigilante group of guys called the "Love Commandos" that protects young couples who are from different castes or religious backgrounds, but have fallen in love and want to marry.


3The 9 Nanas

A group of women called "The 9 Nanas" kept a secret for decades that not even their husbands knew about. For 30 years, they met at 4 am and anonymously paid bills and bought clothes for people in need. Each care package came with a homemade pound cake and a note that read "Somebody loves you."


4Bel Air Circuit

There is a group of about 400 ultra-powerful and wealthy individuals who pay $100,000 to join a club called the Bel Air Circuit and then pay $4,000/month membership fee to see movies on release day in their own home theaters.


5Arlington Ladies

Since 1948, there have been a group of ladies named the Arlington Ladies who have attended every funeral at the Arlington National Cemetery to support and comfort families and sometimes they are the only ones who attend some funerals. So they ensure that no one is ever buried alone.


6PayPal Mafia

The PayPal Mafia is an original group of PayPal founders and employees who have gone on to become one of the most successful groups of individuals in the world. The portfolio of companies they have founded includes; Tesla, Youtube, Space X, Linkedin, Yelp, and Founders Fund, to name a few.


7Xbox Underground

From 2011 to 2013, a hacker group named Xbox Underground repeatedly broke into Microsoft's computer network using stolen credentials. They even were able to walk into Microsoft's headquarters in Redmond. Walking out again, they took three unreleased Xbox One dev kits with them.


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8Vestal Virgins

The Vestal Virgins were a group of 6 women who were recruited at the age of 6 to tend the flame of the Goddess Vesta in Ancient Rome. Expected to serve for 30 years, if their virginity ever came into question they were be buried alive as punishment.


9Edelweiss Pirates

The Edelweiss Pirates was a youth group in Nazi Germany dedicated to opposing the Hitler Youth. Their resistance included spreading Ally propaganda in Germany, aiding German deserters, and even starting street fights with the Hitler Youth whenever possible.


10Grandpa Gang

The “Grandpa Gang,” was a group of men the oldest being 76, who committed the biggest bank robbery in English history. After climbing down an elevator shaft and drilling through a concrete wall they stole more than $200 million in cash and jewels.

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