Eli Nixon April 17, 2016
Nothing but sand, rocks, and despair surround Bir Hakeim, a desolate outpost in the Libyan desert. In May 1942, 3,500 Free French legionnaires committed themselves to one of the most extraordinary acts of bravery seen this side of mythology. For two...
Vastest Riffles April 1, 2016
10 The Orwigsburg ClownsOn the afternoon of July 18, 2014, Robert Gilnitz, age 42, had just returned home from work and was checking his mailbox. Then a clown came out of nowhere and pulled Robert’s pants down.
Without thinking, the big man swung a...
Kyle Roberts March 27, 2016
New Zealand is home to many weird species of plants and animals. The fact that the archipelago was isolated for millions of years has allowed strange critters like the kiwi, kaka, and the moa to exist up until modern times.
When it comes to reptiles, New...
Alyssa Howard March 3, 2016
Commonly known pirates like Blackbeard and Calico Jack tend to take the spotlight. However, some of these lesser-known but equally terrifying masters of the sea made their permanent mark in maritime history and deserve recognition as well.
10 Sadie The...
Graham Jury February 19, 2016
The field of biology has always been rife with mavericks. Some of them have proven to be genuine revolutionaries in their respective fields. Others are just plain odd or even sadistic.
10 Harry HarlowProfessor Harry F. Harlow (1905–1981) was a...