In the late 80s, Sierra's hokey horndog was connected to a major computer virus, and rumor had it that the publisher may have created it to punish pirates.
For years there has been an urban legend in Halifax, Nova Scotia, about "Glove Guy," who would pick up drunk young men and ask them to try on his gloves.
Is there any truth to this summer horror story, or is it just an urban myth?
Bunny Man! Catman! Green Man!
You know, the one about the shit.
Urban legend or pressing health concern? Two addiction experts and a dermatologist weigh in.
Be careful, though. Apparently a kid died from reading these while eating Pop Rocks.
A deep dive into why the deep-fried rat and the mutant chickens are seemingly immortal.
The brown note has been referenced in popular culture for decades, but does it actually exist, and can sound really cause instant human diarrhoea?
Joel Best is the leading expert on everything that maniacs are allegedly putting in your kids' candy. Problem is, your children aren't really in any danger.