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The Unbelievable True Story Of Colonel Sanders: The Poor Boy Who Became King Of Chicken

The Unbelievable True Story Of Colonel Sanders: The Poor Boy Who Became King Of Chicken

Before he was the Colonel, Sanders sold insurance, tires, and gas. He worked on a number of ferries and on farms. Eventually, he stumbled into the fried chicken business and never looked back.
This “Human Cheese” Is Made From Celebrity Armpit Bacteria

This “Human Cheese” Is Made From Celebrity Armpit Bacteria

The museum hopes that the potentially smelly exhibit will re-examine society's disgust toward bacteria.
Austrian McDonald’s Locations Now Officially Serve As Mini U.S. Embassies

Austrian McDonald’s Locations Now Officially Serve As Mini U.S. Embassies

While Austrian McDonald's employees won't be able to print you a new U.S. passport, they'll provide consular services like reporting a stolen or lost document and providing travel assistance.
Scientists Find A Gene To Make Supermarket Tomatoes Tastier

Scientists Find A Gene To Make Supermarket Tomatoes Tastier

In the past, breeders have focused squarely on size and shelf-life of their produce. With this new tool, scientists hope breeders will opt for taste and pathogen resistance as well.
Remains Of Whole Snake Discovered In 1,500-Year-Old Human Poop

Remains Of Whole Snake Discovered In 1,500-Year-Old Human Poop

Archeologists analyzed a cache of fossilized poop and found remains of an entire venomous snake, including a head, a fang, and scales.
The German Family Behind Krispy Kreme Found To Have Nazi Ties To Forced Labor And Sexual Abuse

The German Family Behind Krispy Kreme Found To Have Nazi Ties To Forced Labor And Sexual Abuse

The country's second-richest family has a dark past of forced labor, sexual abuse against those laborers, and inextricable Nazi ties and pledges to Hitler before he even usurped power.
Woman Injects Herself With Homemade Fruit Juice And Nearly Dies

Woman Injects Herself With Homemade Fruit Juice And Nearly Dies

The woman — who suffered multiple organ dysfunction in her liver, lungs, heart, and kidney — did it to stay healthy.
Excavations At Stonehenge Reveal It Was One Of The Earliest Large-Scale Celebration Spots In Britain

Excavations At Stonehenge Reveal It Was One Of The Earliest Large-Scale Celebration Spots In Britain

Dr. Richard Madgwick's research indicated that the pigs used for these ancient feasts weren't locally raised, suggesting attendees transported the animals for hundreds of miles as a contribution.
WWI Hand Grenade Mistaken For Potato Found In Chinese Chips Factory

WWI Hand Grenade Mistaken For Potato Found In Chinese Chips Factory

The century-old grenade was still functional and Hong Kong police had to quickly detonate the device in an abandoned alley.
USDA Recalls More Than 90,000 Pounds Of Turkey After Deadly Salmonella Outbreak Spreads

USDA Recalls More Than 90,000 Pounds Of Turkey After Deadly Salmonella Outbreak Spreads

So far, more than 160 people have contracted the illness and one person has died.
Louisiana Man Arrested For A Bomb Threat Claims He Was Really Just Talking About A “Bowel Movement”

Louisiana Man Arrested For A Bomb Threat Claims He Was Really Just Talking About A “Bowel Movement”

The man behind the bomb threat is now in police custody and scheduled to appear at a mental competency hearing before being put on trial.