This video wins today's pseudoscience quackery sweepstakes. It's an ad for "DEXTRÜS," a vibrator which promises to make you smarter. But wait — there's more. Because it's all based on "research" into how left-handed people have orgasms.
Meet Khemmikka Na Songkhla, the world's foremost practitioner of the breast-slapping, a particularly vigorous alternative treatment that involves bosoms and a steady wrist.
Looking for artistic inspiration? Why not follow the lead of 19th century spiritualist artist Georgiana Houghton? Rather than draw anything of her own volition, Ms. Houghton allowed herself to become possessed by ghosts and draw their netherwordly visions.
For some strange reason, CBS News Atlanta decided to do some hard-hitting investigative reporting on that old hat conspiracy notion of chemtrails, a.k.a. the sinister version of contrails, or those jet trails that can be seen following your average airliner. The best parts are when the reporter meets the chemtrail…
Speed demons have been tearing down Lemon Tree Passage Road near Newcastle, Australia to summon a motorcycling apparition. The motorcyclist was killed by a speeder in 2007, and police are plenty miffed about these high-speed seances.
Hood County, Texas has had a rash of chupacabra sightings lately. Two mysterious, mammalian corpses have been found since last week, perplexing animal control officers and raising the hopes of chupamaniacs everywhere. It's the most cryptacular time of the year!
The mysterious, almost perfectly spherical stone balls dotting the Costa Rican landscape may soon be up for UNESCO World Heritage status. But who built them circa 600 AD? Are they a map to Atlantis, or something even weirder?
Is it an alien signal? An interdimensional portal? A supervillainous hypnosis ray? This mysterious spiral burst into the night sky over Northern Norway, leaving witnesses wondering just what caused it.
A study of 3000 Japanese people has revealed that those who rarely eat breakfast with their families typically started having sex a year and a half earlier than the national average.