Well, we’ve somehow made it to June, and that means those Loch Ness researchers are getting ready to head out and deep dive for Nessie DNA. Will they find any? Maybe!
Loch Ness is nearly 23 miles long and two miles wide, with depths of over 745 feet. And in those mysterious Scottish waters, many believe a monster lurks below. The Loch Ness Monster.
Are gargoyles real? Well, of course they are — by their ordinary definition, gargoyles are nothing more than simple water spouts with elaborate and grotesque designs. They jut out from the roofs and sides of buildings, often cathedrals and churches, to prevent too much rainwater from running down their walls. Yet still the question remains: …
Super Bowl LII is upon us, and the alleged mystery bettor who never loses has chosen his team: The Philadelphia Eagles.
You haven’t seen any woolly mammoths hanging out around here lately, have you?
The snow is blue in St. Petersburg, Russia, and no one knows why. Residents there are more than a bit perturbed, as officials remain uncertain about what’s causing their snow to turn such an unusual hue. They’re in the process of testing samples right now, but the worry is that it may be toxic.
In September, a 70-year-old London man spontaneously combusted while walking down a street near his home, according to a report by The Telegraph.