During World War I, the RMS Carmania sank a German ship disguised as the RMS Carmania.
The United States’ sixth president John Quincy Adams, skinny-dipped in the Potomac River!
In 1386, a pig was publicly executed for the murder of a child.
Scientists are still not able to answer why we sleep.
Mel Brooks’ Walk of Fame handprints have an extra finger!
The Eiffel Tower was originally meant for Barcelona, but the city thought it was too ugly!
The ravens in the Tower of London are fed biscuits soaked in blood.
Only about 10 percent of the human population lives in the Southern Hemisphere.
During World War II, American sauerkraut manufacturers rebranded their product as “liberty cabbage.”
Bats can swim!