Though Halloween has come and gone this year, some of Broadway's haunted theaters boast the presence of ghosts all year round.

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The first issue of DC's Action Comics, featuring the fateful introduction of Superman to 76 years' worth of fans to come, is the costliest comic book of all time. Luckily, readers without $3.2 million to spare can access a complete scan of the story online for free.

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Entrants in the 2014 World Beard and Mustache Championships, as they do every year, raise the art of facial grooming to new and hairier heights.

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A two-foot-long sheet of aluminum provides compelling evidence for a new theory about what happened to Amelia Earhart.

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The likelihood of an American dying from ebola is 1 in 3,934,300, so hypochondriacs should take it easy. Watch out for swimming pools, dog bites, earthquakes, and your pajamas catching fire, though.

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HBO's Game of Thrones adaptation provides a visually striking picture of Westeros, but author George R. R. Martin's own vision, illustrated in "The World of Ice and Fire," looks considerably different.

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Literary icon F. Scott Fitzgerald's aspiring football career was cut short, but he may nevertheless have pioneered a strategy that changed the sport forever.

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Pretty Woman wasn't written as a romantic comedy, and its original ending wasn't meant to be happy at all.