Joined: Jul 9, 2020
Mike Rampton is a freelance writer who lives in London next to a surprisingly uninteresting cemetery. If enough people buy his book, Open In Case of Emergency: 501 Games to Entertain and Keep You and the Kids Sane, perhaps one day he'll live next to a more interesting one.
Embrace your inner ursine and learn how to foul the Adirondacks like a pro, courtesy of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
On January 6, when Little Christmas—also known as Women's Christmas—rolls around, all bets are off in Ireland.
Nearly a century before there was 'Home Alone,' there was George Albert Smith's 'Santa Clause,' the world's first Christmas movie, which you can still watch online.
What’s worse: Lava or ash? And what are these rocks plummeting from the sky? Volcanologist Dr. Janine Krippner shared her tips for how to escape an erupting volcano.
Not all dolls are created equal: Some are kinda creepy, some are hella creepy, and some are haunted. Or at least, they’re said to be.
It happens in movies—but can an average person actually be talked through landing a plane in an emergency?
So much has changed over the past several thousands of years that it's easy to forget about some of the things that have not. Like the fact that we’re still the same people we always were—fallible, farting people.
When synchronized swimming was first introduced as an Olympic event, it came in three varieties: duet, eight-woman and … solo?
Would a diet heavy on human brains provide a zombie with everything it needs to survive, nutrition-wise?
There are few children’s books more beloved than Eric Carle’s 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar,' even if it's real-life ending would be much more gruesome.
If 'Godzilla vs. Kong' were a pooping contest, who would produce the most waste: a radioactive amphibious lizard or a colossal ape?
'A Glitch in the Matrix,' the new documentary from Rodney Ascher ('Room 237') takes its cue from Philip K. Dick to explore just how real the "reality" we live in is.