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.
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.
In July of 1940, the body of a strangled woman was discovered floating in Crescent Lake in Olympic National Park, Washington. The cold water had turned the fat into the body into a soap-like substance and preserved the body.
Teresita Basa was stabbed to death in her apartment in Chicago, 1977. After the case went cold, her spirit seemingly possessed another woman and named her killer.
Circus life can be perilous; whether malfunctioning high wires, animal tragedies, or fires, when something goes wrong, it can be life-threatening. Here, we count down five of the most horrific circus tragedies in history.
23-year-old Amy Lynn Bradley disappeared while on a cruise with her family in the Caribbean. Could she have been abducted and sold into sex slavery?
Feeling like a failure in the bright lights of Hollywood, Peg Entwistle threw herself from the “H” in the Hollywoodland sign.
In 1991, this seemingly idyllic mansion perched on the Hudson River in Nyack, New York, was declared legally haunted.
Before Alan Shepherd and Neil Armstrong, there was Ham – a 37-pound chimpanzee.
There were whispers around the village that Charles Walton was a witch. Was he murdered as a “blood sacrifice”?