From classics like the vanishing hitchhiker to creepy cryptids, ghostly vehicles, deadly curses, and some stuff you’ve probably seen on Facebook.
In 1961, an ordinary New Hampshire couple claimed to have been abducted by aliens. Betty and Barney Hill's tale still reverberates through pop culture today.
The Muppets have squared off against everyone from Johnny Cash to Celine Dion.
The campaign to ban “Sound Effects No. 13 – Death & Horror” didn’t stop it from becoming the first sound effects album to break the UK Top 100 charts in the 1970s.
A bacteria-related food recall is troubling but understandable. It’s a little weirder when one involves golf balls.
The novelist endured a crash in East Africa. Then his 'rescue' plane went down, too.
From turtle mating to what really turns big cats on, animal sex can be a lot weirder (and funnier) than you probably expected.
We’re currently living in the year 1725, not 2023. At least, that’s what adherents of the Phantom Time Hypothesis would have you believe. The historical conspiracy theory alleges that the years spanning from 614 to 911 CE never actually happened.
'The Persistence of Memory' is the most recognizable work by Salvador Dalì, who painted it in the midst of a hallucination.
Sometimes a truck unloads its cargo unexpectedly early.
Let’s take a roadtrip through the country, with stops at a self-flushing latrine, a collection of human brains, and much more.
Indulge your urge to be a huge hater without hurting anyone’s feelings.
From beer floods to meat showers, history is full of peculiar—and putrid—disasters.
Gabriel Green explained that “I’m running for president because I was asked to do so by emissaries from outer space.”
An exploding corpse, a 45-minute car chase, and a horse-related mishap that led to a century-long royal tradition. In this episode of The List Show, host Justin Dodd covers funerals gone wrong.
It was once socially acceptable for an unhappily married wife to stone her husband to death while he hid in a hole.
From animal glands to radioactive water, these odd anti-aging cures involved more scheme than science.
A bear walking on its hind legs and sporting baggy skin has led to a wild theory.
Trillions of neutrinos zoom through you every second. Here's what you should know about these mysterious, nearly mass-less subatomic particles.