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There’s no shortage of places that have deep, potentially dark histories. However, these ten locations around the world definitely offer more questions than answers. Start getting some answers about the world’s most infamous phenomena and check out Fact or Faked, returning on Tuesday, April 17 at 9/8c only on Syfy.
A little make up can go a long way.
This “Tribute to a Thriller” silicon bust by FX designer and sculptural master Jordu Schell is both awesome and creepy.
This one if for all the ladies with big boobs out there. Busty Girl Comics is a spot-on comic drawn by Paige Halsey Warren that details the trials and tribulations of being a woman with an enormous chest. From her work, here are 12 “Busty Girl Problems.”
This is a story about a guy who lost a bet and had to get an Edward from Twilight tattoo. The only logical thing to do at that point was to cover it up by turning it into a tattoo of Rufio from Hook. Boom. Problem solved. (via geekologie.com) Read More ›
Earlier this week there was outrage over an article I published called 10 Corgis Who Thought The Titanic Wasn’t Real. Well, I wanted to apologize for calling those corgis stupid by making this post. Corgis are the best!
A group of students from Duke University have started an online campaign asking both men and woman to say why they need feminism. You can visit their Facebook here.
I know I did.
Few places in the world are surrounded by a similar amount of intrigue than Nevada’s Area 51. Sifting through all the hundreds of theories would be nearly impossible, but here are five of the biggest controversies surrounding the base. If you’re curious about Area 51 and other mysterious places, check out Fact or Faked, returning on Tuesday, April 17 at 9/8c only on Syfy.
You might think that George Washington “cannot tell a lie,” but actually, that whole cherry-tree-cutting-down thing is actually one of the oldest urban legends in America. These five urban legends, however, have withstood the test of time. To investigate further into myths and much more, check out Fact or Faked, returning on Tuesday, April 17 at 9/8c only on Syfy.
Although many of the Mayans’ contributions to science and astrology are still cited in the modern era, their supposed prediction of 2012 being the “end of days” has drawn quite a bit of criticism. Read these five likely scenarios in which it would play out, then watch Fact or Faked, returning on Tuesday, April 17 at 9/8c only on Syfy to investigate even more phenomena.