We have all heard the phrase ‘raining cats and dogs’, figurative maybe, but other animals do fall from the heavens. Fish and frogs mainly, but also worms, spiders and jellyfish.
We have all heard the tales of alligators not only surviving but thriving in New York City’s sewer system, but is there any truth to it? Are there really colonies of alligators living beneath the feet of one of the busiest populaces of the United States?
What are the real facts behind the legend of Vlad the Impaler, aside from his link to the fictitious character of Dracula as immortalised by Bram Stoker?
The idea of going to the centre of the Earth was brought to prominence in Jules Verne's classic 1884 Sci-Fi novel 'Journey to the Centre of the Earth, but how far have we gone towards this goal?
Have you ever seen faces in random objects or in clouds? Read on to find out why.
Follow me on my path from being a believer in ghosts to a believer in logic and reason.
Could the Ouija Board, long believed to be a portal to the other side, have a more rational and valuable use to us? Here, I propose an experiment that anyone who owns a board can try out.
What happened to the crew of the Mary Celeste? We may never know for sure, but here is my theory on their fate.
When Elon Musk has a vision, the whole world needs to sit up and take notice. His habit of taking a dream and turning into a reality is indisputable.
We have all heard the term kangaroo court, but what about animals being put on trial for crimes?
Why is the misguided belief that the Earth is flat on the increase?
The journey to face and overcome an irrational fear of the avian wing movement
The Dyatlov Pass Incident has been a subject of controversy and outlandish theories ever since it occurred in 1959. The case is still officially unsolved.
Is it time to do away with this measure that was introduced during wartime?
Whether you are religious or a non-believer, we all have our reasons for such. Here are mine...
Why do we like to think of animals as being less smart than ourselves? Is it us, or birds, with our heads in the sand?