The pioneers of fake news reflect on nearly 30 years of Elvis, aliens, and a half-human, half-bat child that earned them a very angry phone call from the very real FBI.
The horror reality show gave contestants their own cameras and set them loose in purportedly haunted locations. The crew still can't explain what happened next.
From 1978 to 1996, New Jersey hosted a ride-at-your-own-risk water park that earned it the nickname “Class Action Park.”
With a 3D 'Moonlighting' episode canned, Coca-Cola was sitting on 26 million pairs of glasses. Enter the 1989 Super Bowl—and Elvis Presto.
The hottest toy of 1996—which led to concussions, mass hysteria, and one designer becoming a Unabomber suspect—is making a comeback.
The Japanese snow macaque managed to unlock a car door and stun bystanders at a Canadian IKEA. Things only got weirder from there.
For 23 seasons, the LeVar Burton-hosted show taught generations of kids to love the written word. Here's how they did it.
Taylor Hanson and the team behind the band's hit song and breakthrough album reflect on just what made their brand of introspective bubblegum pop so irresistible.
On the surface, it seemed like an impossible task. Take an $8800, NASA-approved interface glove running on $250,000 worth of computer hardware, then replicate the performance in a consumer-grade toy with parts costing less than $26.
He was invited to the White House. He sold $250 million in merchandise. And he nearly caused an actor to have a nervous breakdown on set.
On April 21, 1986, nearly 30 million viewers tuned in to 'The Mystery of Al Capone’s Vaults,' a live primetime excavation hosted by Geraldo Rivera that promised to dig deep into the catacombs of the criminal’s hotel hideout on Chicago’s South Side.
How Valerie Vomit, Julius Sneezer, and the rest of the gang enraged parents, offended everyone, and made more money off of boogers than Kleenex.