At 14 years old, Charles Schulz submitted a drawing of his dog to Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Banksy’s never been unmasked, but he keeps his agenda front and center.
It seems the industrial revolution made have had an artistic impact!
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! has collected the best of the bizarre.
People became enamored with the physical effects of contracting the illness. Pale skin, thin waists, and flushed cheeks were seen as quite desirable.
Vintage & Historical
The water's frigid temperatures kept the ship in remarkable condition.
They unknowingly forged lives as identical as their DNA.
Tarrare was the walking manifestation of one of the seven deadly sins as he prowled the cobbled streets of 18th-century Paris indulging his endless hunger.
Take things to the next level! Ripley’s twentieth edition annual book is full of all-new, all-true stories from around the world.
February 28, 2024
No president of the United States has been an only child.
Robert Ripley began the Believe It or Not! cartoon in 1918. Today, Kieran Castaño is the eighth artist to continue the legacy of illustrating the world's longest-running syndicated cartoon!