Where the Devil's Kettle 'Waterfall to Nowhere' Really Goes

It turns out the water doesn’t disappear at all.


How to Disappear for the Next Four Years

There's no machine that makes you disappear (yet), but here are some other options.


Faking Your Death Online Is a Lot Harder Than It Used to Be

In the early days of social media, death’s clammy hand was never far from a user’s shoulder.


Doomsday Student Have a New Video That Will Ruin Tennis for You Forever

You'll never watch the US Open again.


London's Dining Scene Is Killing Off Jellied Eel Shops

Jellied eels have long been an emblem of London's working class cuisine at pie and mash shops—but now they're being replaced by hip restaurants that threaten to put them out of business for good. Apparently, jelly is so last century.