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The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

 The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Great articles on the Mothman, brand flops, online sleuthing, CIA anthropology and more stuff. See more »

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

 The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Articles on the Type A personality, terrible translation, time as a myth, pit bull debate and much more stuff. See more »

Why Are So Many Disembodied Feet Washing Ashore In British Columbia?

 Why Are So Many Disembodied Feet Washing Ashore In British Columbia?

Between 2007 and 2016, 17 disembodied feet - still wearing shoes - have washed ashore between Washington and British Columbia. What’s behind the sudden influx of Vancouver’s mystery feet? See more »

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

 The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Neat articles on ventriloquist movies, unidentified remains, punk rock, comedy and lots more stuff. See more »

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

 The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Neat articles on Death Wish, the necrobiome, crowd crushes, aliens, suspicions of necrobestiality and other cool stuff. See more »

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

 The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Wowie zowie articles on on LSD, economics as astrology, warrant canaries, Baphomet and more great stuff. See more »

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

 The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Interesting articles on the moral brain, prepping a corpse in Appalachia and surviving the 1966 UT mass shooting. See more »

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

 The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Amazingly interesting articles on a color library, burning at the stake, Scarfolk and more neat stuff. See more »

How El Nino Works

 How El Nino Works

El Nino may mean "the little boy" or "Christ Child" in Spanish, but this weather phenomenon really means crazy things for Planet Earth. We're talking rain where it's typically dry and drought where it's usually wet. Learn why today. See more »

How Rabies Works

 How Rabies Works

Rabies may have gotten a lot of attention in the U.S. in the 70s and 80s, but it's still an issue in developing countries. Learn all about this nasty virus in today's episode. And stay away from raccoons and bats. See more »