How to Die in Every State
Just as most states have their own unique flags, mottos, birds, and flowers, they also have their own distinctive common cause of death.
An unbalanced mind can wreak severe havoc on a person's existence. For sufferers of "glass delusion," that can mean living life constantly fearing that their bodies will shatter into pieces at any moment.
Upsetting as the habit seems to humans, certain animals' proclivity for eating their own poop has a completely rational explanation.
The seven questions 14-year-old Karan Menon of New Jersey answered correctly in only 12 seconds to win this year's National Geographic Bee are a true test of obscure global knowledge. No judgment from us if any readers get a less-than-perfect score.
The creepiest stories are the ones that are absolutely historically true.
Here's the answer to a question few people have thought to ask: where do priests shop?
So much for truth in advertising: as an unlucky zoo patron learned, OtterBox iPhone cases are not, in fact, otter-proof.
Jimi Hendrix's last meal was a simple tuna sandwich; Napoleon and Julius Caesar each went for something with a little more panache.