An over 1,300-year-old Japanese tradition, now protected by the Japanese government, ukai fishing uses seabirds called cormorants to catch sweetfish and trout!
How low can you go?
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.
Niamh Geaney of Kerry, Ireland, firmly believes that she has seven doppelgängers lurking somewhere on the planet—leading to Twinstrangers.com, where people can find their own look-alikes from all over the world!
Coney Island is, arguably, Brooklyn’s most bizarre pocket, but this attraction’s history reveals an even stranger side.
Yes, it is exactly what it sounds like. Don’t be sheepish.
As recently as 1977, the guillotine was still being used in France, …the same year Star Wars was released! Hold onto your hats; because heads will roll in this week’s Unboxing episode!
Tucked away in the forests of Knaresborough, England: Is this mystery the work of a witchy soothsayer or simply a natural phenomenon?
From just about the beginning, animal oddities have been a staple of the Ripley’s collection. While two-headed animals have long been stars of the show, today we’re unboxing some new additions.