Facts

The Curse of the Busby’s Stoop Chair

In a Nutshell Many, many moons ago in June of 1702, an innocent man was bludgeoned to death with a hammer. That man was the father of a lovely young girl that was admired by Thomas Busby, a man who...

The Secret Life of Walt Disney As An FBI Informant

Everyone knows Walt Disney, and if you don’t, you’ll certainly be familiar with some of the Disney Films. The likes of Robin Hood, The Lion King and Alice in Wonderland lit up – and continue to do so…

Does Water Really Conduct Electricity?

Is water a good electrical conductor? Most of us would say yes, but the answer is not so straightforward. Standing in it while in contact with electricity is not a good idea, but the truth is that this is not due to the water, but more so what is in it.

Albert Einstein’s Stolen Brain

Thomas Harvey, the pathologist on call at the time of Albert Einstein’s death, stole Einstein’s brain, later promising to share it with the scientific community for the sole purpose of scientific study. Harvey stole the brain despite Einstein’s wishes to be cremated and was fired from Princeton Hospital for refusing to return it.

The Great Guatemalan Sinkhole

Mother Nature is always unpredictable, and in some corners of the Earth, extremely unforgiving too. Some places in this world experience horrendous hurricanes or catastrophic earthquakes…