Before he wrote Jaws, Peter Benchley was a speechwriter for LBJ.
Doogie Horner gave us the lowdown on his favorite spooks from his book "100 Ghosts: A Gallery of Harmless Haunts," and we've got five copies of 100 Ghosts to give away—more details belo
For anyone suffering from paraskavedekatriaphobia...
"Every time I read Pride and Prejudice, I want to dig Jane Austen up and hit her over the skull with her own shin-bone.”
Any dog can fight. But only one could help win the Great War.
Good news, Potterheads: Warner Bros. has announced that J.K. Rowling will bring Harry Potter's world back to the big screen in a new film series.
With the 20th anniversary of his show (September 10) just in the rear-view mirror, here are 10 of fictional Not That Bad Records' greatest hits from the not-actually-real album "Soundtrack o
After realizing that there are a lot of taphophiles (cemetery and/or tombstone enthusiasts) out there, I’m finally putting my archive of interesting tombstones to good use.
If you didn’t already know that Arsenio Hall was a completely integral part of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, here’s a fun fact: a segment on his show inspired the 1991 C+C Music Factory song “Things T
Reader Robert wrote in to say, “As I drive across the Panhandle of Texas, I am wondering why the highway looks wet and shiny off in the distance but normal as one gets closer.”
Some nouns only have a plural form, regardless of how we think of them. They are known as pluralia tantum, Latin for “plural only."
Gliding through treetops, dining on crawdads, and hunting with false “tentacles” aren’t activities we normally associate with snakes.