Ripley’s Rarities takes you up close and personal with some of the most interesting exhibits collected by Ripley’s Believe it or Not! since the days of Robert Ripley himself.
Before wristwatches and cellphones, gravity and sand were enough to keep time.
After the arrival of Cortés 2,500 years of culture was decimated in decades.
P.T. Barnum challenged naturalists and reporters to prove whether it was real.
The model perfectly replicates the pathways of a heart’s blood vessels.
These exploding dye packs sometimes even contain tear gas.
His widow had his ashes mixed into the ink of his most famous comic.
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.
The Greeks even used these water clocks as timers in brothels.