In 1726, Mary Toft convinced British doctors that she was giving birth to rabbits.
Ain't No Grave was Johnny Cash's final studio album, and its title track is a powerful farewell from a music legend.
Don Ritchie has spent fifty years trying to prevent suicides at the cliff top where he lives. He's managed to talk at least 160 people out of ending it all.
Tomorrow, people all over the world will be celebrating Bloomsday, a holiday named for Leopold Bloom, the main character in James Joyce's Ulysses.
3D printers have been around for a while.
For some mice, life produces anxiety—where to nest, which bag of chips to chew through, how to escape human detection.
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It's been many a week since my last "weird website of the week," but that's because it's all about quality, not quantity, people!
No matter how well modern filmmakers can create characters with no human attributes, we still find it easier to communicate with and relate to humanoid forms.
Only three U.S. states - all of which happen to be in the same general area of the country - have five-syllable names.
Mike Rowe wrote a letter to an Eagle Scout -or all Eagle Scouts, with some advice about life. Then he followed up a complaint from an offended Scout.
What would Star Wars look like if it had been made in 1950? Or Ghostbusters just a few years later?
Remember the computer in Minority Report, the one which Tom Cruise manipulated by tossing objects around on a virtual screen? Well, apparently that computer is real.
One of the most recognizable buildings in the world, loved by tourists, locals and giant gorillas alike, the Empire State Building decorates the New York City skyline with regular displays of colored
I was out of town at a wedding last weekend, and when I got back, I found a strange thing on my doorstep -- a bag with a bottle of wine in it, on which was
by Tim Farrell
The ancient Greeks were obsessed with sculpting the perfect male form. But when their civilization died out, bodybuilding died with it.