Ripley’s video archive is an eclectic collection of videos from our popular TV show, behind the scenes footage from The Vault, and Ripley’s Originals.
In 1803, he was given an executed criminal to animate.
These exploding dye packs sometimes even contain tear gas.
They depict real crime scenes.
His widow had his ashes mixed into the ink of his most famous comic.
Now, China rents pandas for $1,000,000 a year.
What do cows and cats have in common?
Robert Ripley received these bones in Italy, 1925.
Charles II was bled of 24 ounces of blood before he died.
They didn’t want him getting kidnapped!
The Greeks even used these water clocks as timers in brothels.