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Amazing Basketball Shots

Oct 23, 2010

A group of teenagers, who gained online notoriety for their amazing long-range basketball shots, have demonstrated their unbelievable skills for a television crew at a stadium in Perth, Australia.

Video: Helicopter Dips Into Lake

Sep 24, 2010

Two Navy pilots have been grounded after apparently dipping their helicopters into Lake Tahoe.

Letter from George

Sep 15, 2010

For most Americans, it’s difficult to imagine true poverty. The kind that brings into question every meal, the shirt on your back or the shoes on your feet. The kind that causes you to give up hope for tomorrow in order to survive just one more day...

Video: Fort Knox Secrets

Sep 4, 2010

The United States Bullion Depository, commonly referred to as Fort Knox, is considered among the most secure facilities in the world...

Armless Man Plays Piano With Toes

Aug 27, 2010

Chinese pianist Liu Wei, who lost both of his arms in a childhood accident, has learned to play piano with his toes...

That's One 'Lucky' Dog

Jun 18, 2010

A dog has been reunited with his owner after being blown into the sky by a "Wizard of Oz" like storm. Lucky, as he is now known, was swept up by a strong wind still in his dog house, and later found 20 miles away, shaken but okay. More at Orange.co.uk.

Daredevil Floats to France

May 29, 2010

Jonathan Trappe became the first person to drift across the English Channel using helium balloons. The 36-year-old daredevil made the 22-mile crossing in a chair attached to a bundle of 54 colorful, industrial-strength balloons. Once over France, Trappe...

Roller Coaster Rescue

May 4, 2010

5 roller coaster riders in England got more than they bargained for when their car got stuck upside down, and they were left dangling 50 ft. above the ground before being rescued...

Gobble Gobble

Apr 30, 2010

Undertakers Kenneth McKenzie and Todd Harra provided this artwork depicting one of the stories featured in their book, Mortuary Confidential. According to the account, an undertaker new to the neighborhood receives a bereavement turkey on Thanksgiving...

French 'Spiderman' Scales Skyscraper

Apr 9, 2010

Alain Robert, the free climber known as the French "Spiderman," has scaled a 36-story building in Paris.

St. Patrick's Tribute

Mar 17, 2010

Regular C2C guest, Christian Wilde, who's helped our listeners with his up-to-date reports on stem cell research & heart health, is an avid participant in St. Patty's Day events. As a tribute to him and St. Patrick's Day...

Sean David Morton Statement

Mar 4, 2010

We received the following statement from Sean David Morton:

The news today, that I had to hear in a phone call from a reporter, about the SEC filing a CIVIL action against my wife and I in a New York Federal court, has come as a total shock and a...

Great Wall of Chocolate

Jan 15, 2010

A team of confectioners have constructed a 33 ft long replica of China's Great Wall entirely out of chocolate for the World Chocolate Wonderland exhibition later this month. The wall contains thousands of dark chocolate building bricks held together with...

Santa Tracked by NORAD

Dec 24, 2009

Keep progress on Santa as NORAD tracks his journey around the globe...

Imaginative Worlds 5th Anniversary

Nov 14, 2009

'Alpha' of Imaginative Worlds writes in to announce the 5th Anniversary of the paranormal- and supernatural-themed forum. Congratulations on another milestone and thanks for supporting C2C...

DARPA's Balloon Challenge

Nov 8, 2009

DARPA is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Internet with an unusual 'Network Challenge.' The competition is offering a $40,000 cash prize to the first person who can correctly identify the specific locations of 10 moored, 8-foot weather balloons...

Knapp's News 10/25

Oct 25, 2009

A number of articles have caught George Knapp's attention in the last week, including a pair of stories on the film The Men Who Stare at Goats. Sunday night's guest, Jim Channon, is the basis...

Mac Tonnies R.I.P.

Oct 23, 2009

Acclaimed Fortean writer and researcher Mac Tonnies has passed away. The prodigious blogger was a fixture of the online esoteric community with his site Posthuman Blues...

Baby Hit By Train Survives

Oct 16, 2009

Dramatic security video released on Friday captures the miraculous survival of a six-month-old boy, whose stroller rolled onto the tracks at an Australian railway station and was struck by an oncoming train. The child, who was strapped into the stroller...

Lamp Runs on Human Blood

Oct 3, 2009

What if, every time you needed to turn on a light, you had to sacrifice a part of yourself? That's the question proposed by designer Mike Thomspon with his Blood Lamp. To operate it, a user breaks the top off, mixes in an activating powder, cuts his or...

'Wizard of Oz' Corn Maze

Sep 11, 2009

The Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Cowardly Lion have been brought to life (in corn) at the Fritzler Family Farm in LaSalle, Colorado. This year's maze honors the 70th anniversary of "The Wizard of OZ," the 1939 classic staring Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, Ray...

The Stranded Car

Sep 1, 2009

When a family in China refused to move for a government redevelopment project, their car was left stranded on a 50 ft. column of earth, after workers dug out the soil from around the vehicle...

World's Biggest Bubble

Aug 5, 2009

A professional bubble maker known as Samsam Bubbleman may have set a new world record for the largest free-floating soap bubble. He attributes his success to a secret mixture...

Origami City on Display

Jul 10, 2009

Japanese origami artist Wataru Ito spent four years constructing an intricate cityscape using only craft paper, glue, an art knife and holepuncher...

John Alexander's Letter About Taser

Jun 28, 2009

Last week's guest with George Knapp, John Alexander, an expert in non-lethal weapons, claimed that no one has ever been killed by a Taser. George received a number of emails to the contrary. In this letter, Alexander responds...

Art Bell's Wife Denied U.S. Visa

Jun 6, 2009

Airyn Bell, wife of radio talk show legend Art Bell, has been denied a U.S. Visa. Read about their incredible struggle against the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

'Horse Leg' Extensions

May 14, 2009

'Horse leg extensions' created by a Seattle designer are allowing people to walk around 14 inches taller. The designer, Kim Graham says the legs "give a person the uncanny and graceful appearance of an animal."

Parrot Proves Birds Can Dance

May 1, 2009

A dancing parrot named Snowball has shown researchers that birds really do dance to music.

'The Cross' Premiere

Apr 5, 2009

A photo from the premiere of the film The Cross, about Arthur Blessitt, who walked into 315 countries carrying a 12' wooden cross.

Three Mile Island Meltdown

Mar 28, 2009

Check out this 6-part PBS-TV documentary, Meltdown At Three Mile Island, which chronicles the terrifying near-catastrophe that occurred at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant on March 28, 1979.

Last Night

Robert Hastings discussed the connection between UFOs and nuclear bases. Followed by Tony Kail on the practice of Hoodoo in the South.

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