500,000-Year-Old Wooden Logs Found In Zambia May Be The World’s Oldest Known Wooden Structure
The logs had notches carved into them and were found laying perpendicular to one another, suggesting they were designed to fit together.
An Enormous 2,500-Year-Old Canoe Was Just Recovered From A Swiss Lake In Remarkable Condition
The canoe was discovered during an aerial archaeological scouting survey of Lake Neuchâtel in 2021.
An Oregon Mother Was Just Sentenced To 30 Days In Jail After ‘Waterboarding’ Her Infant Son
After she was arrested, Sharday McDonald said she hadn't intended to harm the child when she poured water over his face.
Florida Couple Moves To Scotland To Save The World’s Oldest Post Office
Barry and Mary Ford are now set to become the Sanquhar Post Office's 17th postmasters in its 311-year history.
Cave Researcher Rescued After Spending 12 Days Stuck In A Turkish Cave
Mark Dickey was suffering from fluid and blood loss and internal bleeding before finally being rescued after 12 days underground.
This ‘Cursed’ Painting Was Returned To A UK Thrift Shop Twice — Then Sold Online For $2,000
After the story went viral, the second customer returned to repurchase the artwork, and then sold it on eBay, with half the profits going to the thrift shop.
Montana Is Facing An ‘Emergency’ As ‘Zombie’ Trout Have Begun Appearing In Rivers Across The State
The trout, blinded by infection and often covered in fungus, have begun appearing as native fish populations throughout Montana have declined.
Archaeologists Excavating The Ruins Of Saxon Palace In Poland Just Uncovered A Secret Tunnel That Had Been Hidden For Nearly 80 Years
The tunnel was discovered amid an extensive excavation of the former site of Warsaw's Saxon Palace, which was destroyed by the Nazis in 1944.
A New Hampshire Woman Bought A Painting At A Thrift Store For $4 — And It Could Be Worth $250,000
The painting by American artist N.C. Wyeth was one of four illustrations he created for the 1939 edition of the novel Ramona by Helen Hunt Jackson.
Florida Man Arrested After Trying To Cross The Ocean In A Homemade Hamster Wheel
Reza Baluchi claimed he intended to run more than 4,000 miles across the Atlantic to London — and he reportedly engaged in a three-day standoff with the Coast Guard before he finally agreed to exit his vessel.
Archaeologists Just Found An Ancient Child’s Shoe In ‘Outstanding’ Condition In A 2,600-Year-Old Austrian Salt Mine
The shoe, equivalent to a modern size 12.5, provides insight into child laborers in the salt mines of the Iron Age, who may have worked at as young as three or four years old.