After he was arrested a lot of weird moments in my childhood made sense.
Before the lightning, Tony Cicoria barely even listened to music.
We asked Dan Saunders to describe the loophole and his five months of partying.
It's one of the strangest mysteries of the 20th century.
Sure he had a yacht, but he also wrote "I love you" in blood the first night we met.
When the MS Estonia sank in 1994 only one in seven people managed to make it off. But as psychologists agree, survival that night wasn't entirely about luck.
So far, all experiments have ended with crews running low on oxygen and fighting each other. This is a problem if we're to ever reach Mars.
The military went in expecting to rescue a cult. They never thought they'd find a massacre.
David isn't sure how many wildfires he lit around Australia's southern coast—but he's very clear on what made him do it.
Ben McMahon knew some basic Chinese from high school. But after a car accident he was put in a coma and emerged weirdly fluent.
When Reg Spiers ran out of money for a plane ticket, he got creative.
In the first episode of our new podcast "Extremes" we meet Annette Herfkens, a woman who survived an air crash and spent eight days in a jungle.