The Flatiron Building is a bit weird to look at. Shaped like a triangle, its narrowest point is just six and a half feet wide. It’s one of the most iconic buildings in New York, and also has quite a bit of interesting trivia to go with it.
As the location that inspired The Shining, the Stanley Hotel is notorious for bizarre and unexplained paranormal activity. Each of its 140 rooms holds a secret, each of its walls tells a story. But is that unassuming hotel in Estes Park, Colorado really haunted by the ghosts of its past residents?
This month, the Hayden Planetarium hosted the 17th annual Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate, with this year’s topic focusing on one of those questions we may not want the answer to: Is our universe a simulation?
Everyone has a unique fingerprint. No two are the same, and even each of your individual fingers are different*. We use them to access our phones, enter secured locations, or get booked after being arrested. Now, scientists at Binghamton University in New York have upped the ante. Fingerprints are old news. We’ve entered the era …
Last week, I shared the strange tale of the phantom island called Hy-Brasil, which is said to appear once every seven years off the western coast of Ireland. But while writing that article, I almost made a terrible mistake.
Google Maps continues to be a great source of bizarre, and often humorous anomalies. Most of which turn out to be far different than you’d first imagine.
Hy-Brasil. Legend has it that this mysterious island rests off the west coast of Ireland, unseen by mortal eyes. But is it real? And if so, will it ever be found again?