All the bizarre, seldom seen, and utterly delightfully odd and strange people, places and stories from a bygone era
The automaton originally included an 18-foot tall waterfall.
Queens do what they want.
Andrew Johnson drunkenly kissed the bible at Lincoln’s inauguration.
It didn’t work out.
Alan Turing first used the computer’s synth capabilities to invent the first computerized notifications.
Though the bills are officially worthless now, a collector bought one for $40,000 in 2011.
Believe It or Not, the first Ripley’s cartoon was not called Believe It or Not!
Pilgrims were rationed a gallon of beer a day on the Mayflower.
No, not THIS election. We are going back in time to bring you some of the strangest moments in government history.
If Halloween wasn’t strange enough, step into the quiet town of Cassadaga, FL, where the town’s residents communicate with the dearly departed daily.