From 9/11 To Sandy Hook: 10 False Flag Conspiracies That Are Totally False
When a crisis happens, the first question we often ask is "why?" If the answer is unclear, things can get twisted in a hurry. Here are 10 false flag conspiracy theories.
Inside The Cement Tube Homes That Might Be The Future Of Hong Kong’s Housing
Plagued by overcrowding, Hong Kong has been exploring creative options to accommodate its burgeoning population. One such option? A retrofitted cement water pipe called an OPod.
29 Reconstructed Faces Of Ancient People From The Neanderthals To Jesus
Scientists and artists worked together to create these reconstructed faces of ancient humans — and the results are astonishing.
A Massive Hail Storm Buried Mexico In A Layer Of Ice — In June
Over three feet of hail fell onto the unsuspecting town of Guadalajara in Mexico — and many are pointing the finger at climate change.
How 10050 Cielo Drive Went From Peaceful Dream Home To Manson Family Murder Scene
Once a tranquil getaway for Hollywood elite, 10050 Cielo Drive became infamous for the 1969 murders of Sharon Tate and four others.
Taiwan’s Rainbow Village Is A Testament To The Power Of Art
When the local government in Taiwan threatened to demolish Huang Yung-Fu's home, he began painting — and created the world-famous Rainbow Village.
Why The California Nuns Known As The Sisters Of The Valley Devoted Their Lives To Weed
The Sisters of the Valley, also known as the "weed nuns," believe in the healing powers of marijuana — to a spiritual degree.
This Arctic Hotel in Norway Is The Frozen Hideaway Of An Introvert’s Dreams
Heed the hotel's advice before booking your stay at the Arctic Hideaway: "Pack wool ... even in the summer."
25 Animal Bridges That Are Keeping Wildlife Safe From Humans And Their Cars
Because the bridges are so effective, the United States and Canada have upped the construction of these crossings in the last 30 years.
The Historic Village Of Story, Indiana Has A Population Of Three — And It Could Be Yours
The tiny town of Story is historic, peaceful, and on the market for just $3.8 million
44 Vintage Photos Of Sideshow “Freaks” That Will Leave You Unsettled
The phenomenon of sideshow "freaks" drew huge crowds in the 19th and 20th centuries, including the likes of Queen Victoria.