We finally found him.
We finally found him.
It’s a classic “who-read-it.”
Like you didn’t already love sleeping.
Cicada 3301 is a mysterious organization posting highly complex puzzles across the net. After two years, the answer may finally be in sight.
Documents reveal more details behind the tech company’s secret boats.
On Last night’s special edition of David Letterman: Crime Stoppers, Dave and Tina Fey tried to solve the mystery of Tina’s missing laptop, which was allegedly stolen from her office. Here’s what we know.
As instructed by WikiHow. Because nothing is more alluring than a riddle wrapped in an enigma tied up with sunglasses.
When the Communist Party banned traditional operas during China’s Cultural Revolution, photographer Zhang Yaxin was chosen to document the model operas that took their place.
She may look like your grandmother, but J.B. Fletcher is a crime-fighting force to be reckoned with. Here’s why everyone should re-watch this Angela Lansbury classic.
Good news is that the culprit has been discovered. She is big, black, and furry.
Both the Gangnam Style singer and Kim were at the EMA’s this weekend. This was a long time coming (like a week).
Johnny Lewis, who is best known for playing Kip in Sons of Anarchy and quirky kid Chili on The OC, was found dead yesterday morning at 28 years old.
Not sure why this is happening (maybe Lucille will show up in Modern Family!?) but we like it!
Taylor Swift debuted her newest single yesterday called “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.” Which begs the question — WHO is she never ever getting back together with?
Can you help identify the subjects of these beautiful portraits? The Museum of the Confederacy is releasing these photos to the public in an attempt to generate leads, hoping to name the nameless.
The mystery of an iconic American photograph has been solved. It turns out the picture, used to symbolize American response to the Pearl Harbor attacks, was not even taken on that occasion.
An incredible story. Vivian Maier was a nanny who lived in Chicago for most of her life and passed away in 2009 at the age of 83. Little more is known about her, except that she was an avid street photographer. Her work was discovered at an auction in 2007, more than 100,000 negatives and undeveloped rolls of film, sold by a storage facility who were cleaning out her locker for delinquent rent. Here is a small sampling of Vivian Maier’s stunning work from the Maloof Collection, spanning from the 1950s to the 1970s. Many of the photos, if they had any information at all, only provided a year and/or city. View List ›
On June 30, 1999, sheriff’s officers in St. Louis, Missouri discovered the body of 41-year-old Ricky McCormick. He had been murdered and dumped in a field. The only clues regarding the homicide were two encrypted notes found in the victim’s pants pockets. So far, no one has been able to decipher them. Can you? View List ›
In 1886, a mummy was discovered in an unmarked coffin, wrapped in goatskin with his hands and feet bound and his face locked in an eternal spine-tingling scream. For years, scientists and academics have worked to solve the mystery of the Screaming Mummy, and some believe they’ve finally cracked the case. Hint: It’s not Arnold Vosloo. Read More ›
Does Yeezy actually post all those things himself? There’s a mini-mystery brewing over Kanye West’s blog — how does a multi-platinum rapper have the time to blog about exotic sneaker lines? Inquiring blogs want to know. Read More ›
Mysterious spoofs of Juergen Teller’s Marc Jacobs ads by have fashionistas scratching their heads. Viral marketing? Publicity Stunt? Only time will tell. Read More ›