Five Obscure Urban Legends That Turned Out to Be True-ish
Bunny Man! Catman! Green Man!
Come on, Those Two Crazy Tinder Horror Stories Cannot Be True
You know, the one about the shit.
People Tell Us Their Hometown's Creepiest Urban Legends
Be careful, though. Apparently a kid died from reading these while eating Pop Rocks.
Fast Food Week
Why All of Those Horrifying Urban Legends About KFC Just Won't Die
A deep dive into why the deep-fried rat and the mutant chickens are seemingly immortal.
I Went in Search of the 'Brown Note', the Frequency That Makes You Shit Yourself
The brown note has been referenced in popular culture for decades, but does it actually exist, and can sound really cause instant human diarrhoea?
The Poisoned Candy Expert Is Pretty Sure No One's Trying to Kill Your Kids on Halloween
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.
Talking to Employees at Jakarta’s Haunted Shopping Mall
"Every morning before the mall is cleaned, you find kid's toes lying around on the floor."
Why the Urban Legend of the Jersey Devil Won't Die
How a rivalry between Benjamin Franklin and another publisher sparked a rumor that's endured for more than 200 years.
The Creepy Story Behind an Abandoned Animal Theme Park
Along the old Trans-Canada Highway in New Brunswick stands a disturbing statue of an emaciated racehorse. Once you break inside the old amusement park behind it, things get even weirder.
Reptile Dysfunction: I Tried to Find South Carolina's Famed Lizard Man
According to Christopher Davis, the Lizard Man was "green, wet-like, about seven feet tall, and had three fingers, red eyes, skin like a lizard, and snakelike scales."
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Alonzo Mourning Confirms 'Who Wants to Sex Mutombo' Story
Alonzo Mourning blew up former teammate Dikembe Mutombo's spot today and said that he used "Who wants to sex Mutombo" as a pick-up line.
Confessions of a Former White House Chef, Part One
Walter Scheib, White House chef during the Clinton and Bush administrations, gives us the inside scoop on the First Ladies' love of spicy food and why barbecue divided Bill and George.