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Any front-end retail job can be a source of occasional mirth or bewilderment, but bookselling seems to attract more than its fair share of bizarre exchanges. Between us the staff of Village ...
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A giant humorous collection of funny news stories, whacky phenomena, hilarious blunders and gaffes—over 1000 extraordinary cases from around the world. Who needs urban legends, when these are all true?
The 25 Weirdest Animals in the World: Amazing facts and awesome photos of the oddest creatures on the planet today. It’s a fun and fascinating way for newly and not so newly independent readers to find out more about the strangest animals alive.
You’ve probably never heard of the man who stole his neighbor’s window curtains only to hang them on his own windows, perfectly visible from the house he burgled.
The Doors? Jim Morrison was right. People are strange. Very, very strange. All the proof you need is found in Another Weird Year, a wacky jaunt into the depths of the weirdest, oddest, and most completely outlandish news stories that?
Recounts thrity-four unusual baseball events including the man who caught a ball thrown from the top of the Washington Monument.
+ “A delightful assortment of oddball news items and humorous commentary.” –American Medical News + “May convince you that the nation’s capital isn’t the only place where strange things happen.
In a world where so much can be explained through science and rational thought, it’s nice to know there’s always a little something that escapes logic and that no matter how educated we are, most of us still avoid walking under a ladder and feel a...
How hot is lightning?A. as hot as a microwave on highB. as hot as the sun’s surfaceC. five times hotter than the sun’s surfaceD. as hot as lava(Correct answer: C) What’s do you call a group of cats? A.
Encyclopedia Brown presents a miscellany of lesser-known facts.
WEIRD TALES Volume 6 contains 101 stories of horror, hauntings, the occult, the supernatural, the strange, and the outlandish.
A fascinating introduction to the weirdest life-forms known to science—and the maverick scientists who search for them.
WEIRD TALES contains 101 stories of horror, hauntings, the occult, the supernatural, the strange, and the outlandish. May of these stories are from the pages of Weird Tales and other classic magazines which brought the work of masters like H.P.
A compilation of seven factual accounts of Louisiana life and history. More…
For lovers of facts, students of popular culture, history buffs, and science enthusiasts, the fascinating stories behind 500 everyday items, expressions, and customs–from Kleenex to steak sauce, Barbie Dolls to honeymoons.
A school principal in Ohio resigning after admitting she lied about her income on federal forms so that her children could qualify for reduced-price school lunches, the writer of Elizabeth Taylor’s New York Times obituary having died six years...
+ “You’ll never believe the stuff he’s dug up.
The companion book to the six-part Discovery Channel series, Weird Nature is an astonishing exploration of nature’s strangest behavior.
This book is the second in a series of books written by Andrew J. Hewett. The stories are true and cover every conceivable subject.
Move over zombies and adolescent vampires. There’s a new threat in town—and it’s only twelve inches tall.
Enjoy this collection of a large variety of stories about the strangest deaths throughout history.
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of All Things Weird Sure, you probably know that George Washington was our first president and that Christopher Columbus accidentally discovered America in 1492, but did you know that there are more plastic flamingos...