The Truman Show Delusion is a delusion that afflicts people who are convinced that every waking moment of their life is being filmed for a secret reality show with themselves as the unwitting star.
Daryl Davis – an African American blues musician – has spent the last 35 years befriending members of the Ku Klux Klan in a bid to understand them and make them see the error of their ways.
In 1978, five mentally disabled men abandoned their car in the Yuba County wilderness & vanished without a trace. Months later, four of them would be found. What forced them to abandon their car and wander into the wilderness to their deaths?
Ken Allen was a Bornean orangutan living at the San Diego Zoo. He swiftly became the most famous animal in the history of the zoo due to the number of successful escapes from his enclosures he committed.
In a bid to prove gastritis and gastric ulcers are caused by a simple bacterium, Dr. Barry Marshall risked his life and swallowed bacteria to make himself develop stomach ulcers before treating himself with an antibiotic.
Charles Morgan allegedly worked as an agent for the federal government. After fearing for his life, he was found clad in a bulletproof vest with a bullet wound to the back of his head. Nevertheless, his death was ruled a suicide.
Located in San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz Federal Prison was in operation from 1934 to 1963 and was said to be America’s strongest prison. Alcatraz is also said to be one of the most haunted places in the United States.
The science of weather is certainly intriguing and weather anomalies are a source of fascination for a number of us. While the vast majority of us will never be lucky enough to witness anything more exciting than a double rainbow or obscure cloud formations, there are a number of unique weather oddities that occur in nature.
Wojtek was an orphaned bear who was adopted by the Polish Second Corps during WWII. Wojtek accompanied the soldiers into battle and was even enlisted into the 22nd Artillery Transport Company and given the rank of private.
In March of 1981, Carl McCunn, 35, flew into the Alaskan wilderness to photograph wildlife. Months later, he died in isolation while waiting for a plane that never would arrive.