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.
Details match the original at the microscopic level.
Children would decapitate dolls, even live rats, with their bladed toys.
This coal was recovered from the Titanic’s engine room 82 years after the ship sank.
Batak shamans known as datu looked to the sky on the last moonless night in May.
These human bones were used in witch initiation rituals.
Traders filled camel bladders with spices, fragrant oils, and even fat.
Of course, we now know that these creatures are not infernal beings or long-sought cryptids.
It’s creator named it Hoss, and it’s still growing.
One elephant bird egg is equivalent to about 160 chicken eggs.
Newborn heads were bound just after birth.