Weird & Bizarre
An eerie video out of Siberia has captured what may be the prehistoric woolly mammoth living in modern times. While it is believed that the creature went extinct nearly 4,000 years ago, there has been persistent speculation that they could have survived in the vast, uncharted Russian tundra. Skeptics, however, contend that the fuzzy film is merely of a bear carrying a fish, a wayward elephant, or a hoax. More on the story, including the alleged mammoth video, at The Sun.
While, at first glance, this may look like a tsunami wave crashing onto the shores of Panama City, Florida, it is actually a fog bank forming around the city's beachfront condominiums.
Using sonar, treasure hunters have discovered a mysterious disc-shaped object on the floor of the Baltic Sea, between Sweden and Finland. The hunters hope to receive funding from a TV production company to further explore the object, which is 197-feet in diameter.
Chicago resident Dante Autullo is recovering after accidentally shooting himself in the head with a nail gun.
A gallery from Telegraph UK features images of what people believe are Jesus and other religious figures in everyday objects.
The yo-yo, a classic toy enjoyed by generations, is seeing a renaissance of interest in the form of competitive yo-yoing.
This strange spherical object mysteriously fell from the sky and landed in the African country of Namibia
The town of Skowhegan, Maine has become the latest victim of the 'yarn bombing' craze
Having grown tired of bureaucratic red tape surrounding his land proposal, a snake charmer in India decided to let his 'co-workers' do the talking for him when he released dozens of the poisonous serpents in his local tax office.
Black goo that spilled from a tanker on the Pennsylvania Turnpike caused a major traffic jam. The tires of about 150 cars became covered in the muck, and many vehicles had to be towed away.
Check out some of the items highlighted by George Knapp, including his I-Team report on the 'Roadrunners' reunion, former workers at Area 51 who gathered at the Little A'Le'Inn in Nevada.
Our 2 free audio clips this week are a tribute to the recently deceased Al Bielek, known for his accounts of the Phil. Experiment. In a show from 7/03, he spoke of Time Traveling to 1983, & Visiting the 28th Century.
After turning twelve this month, a cat with two faces named 'Frank 'n Louie' has been declared the longest living 'Janus' cat in the new edition of the Guinness World Records.
Early in life, Harbor, a coonhound from Boulder, Colorado, was plagued by his abnormally large ears, which frequently tripped him up and sent him tumbling head over tail. Now, however, the troublesome appendages have earned him the title of being the dog with the world's longest ears. Each of the curious canine's ears measures over one foot long. More on the story at The Huffington Post.
A gigantic crocodile was captured alive in the Philippines. The 21-ft. creature, weighing 2,370 pounds, is slated to be the star of a new ecotourism park.
A number of items have recently caught George Knapp's attention including a piece on multiverses (related graphic pictured), and a report on animal mutilations in Argentina.
Just days ago, paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren took this photo of a man's side that may have been scratched by the searing claws of an evil entity. These marks are actually painful, raised blisters.
A Canadian man captured footage of a bizarre cloud formation, dubbed the "Roman God Cloud," as a storm drifted over Grand Falls, New Brunswick.
Chinese villagers feared a visitor from another world had landed in their village when they saw a malnourished monkey stealing cucumbers
As the invasive lionfish continues to ravage America's Gulf Coast, environmentalists have come up with a unique concept to combat their ever-growing presence: start eating them...
One of the most anomalous creatures on the planet, the pig-nosed turtle, is facing increased risks its native New Guinea.
At a market in Fujian Province, China, a man who bought a duck ended up returning it because he noticed it had three legs.
A magician known as Dynamo stunned onlookers as he appeared to walk across the River Thames in a jaw-dropping publicity stunt for his new television show.
In tandem with the 6/22/11 show, we present a drawing by artist Jeff Gaither (firstname.lastname@example.org) depicting Men in Black and the Mothman.
A light bulb which hangs at a fire station in Livermore, CA will celebrate its 110th year of burning, making it the oldest-known working light bulb in the world.
A video shot by photographer Chris Dawson shows a jet being struck by lightning as it approached London's Heathrow Airport in late April. The Emirates plane from Dubai landed safely, with its passengers and crew unscathed.
On Saturday, Yves Rossy completed a flight over the Grand Canyon in his custom jet suit. The Swiss adventurer was airborne for over eight minutes, as he flew 200 feet above the canyon rim.
Guinness Records have declared that Smokey the cat has the loudest purr of a domestic cat. Approaching the loudness of a lawn mower, the feline's constant purr has been measured at 67.7 decibels.
A guard dog at a prison in Australia has been fitted with titanium teeth after losing his real ones.
A two-headed calf has been born in China, and the 60-year old woman helping with the cow's delivery, collapsed in shock when she saw two heads coming out.