Caveman: An Interview with Michael Siffre In a 2008 article in Cabinet, Joshua Foer interviews a French speleologist who discovered that in the absence of light, humans tend to enter 48-hour sleep/wake cycles.
The Gacy Files On Buzzfeed, Tim Stelloh writes about the one-man cold case task force that is dedicated to identifying the last eight victims of John Wayne Gacy who remain anonymous.
Home sweet homewreck: The worst reno story you will ever hear In the National Post, Richard Warnica writes about a nightmarish and ultimately tragic home renovation.
Listening to Voices On the James Randi Educational Foundation's Swift Blog, Romeo Vatelli writes about a unique case in the medical literature where the voices in a woman's head correctly diagnosed her with a brain tumor.
How to Survive A Disaster On BBC's site, Michael Bond writes about the propensity of a significant percentage of people to completely lose their wits during a disaster or emergency.
Where should you bury a statue of St. Joseph? On the Saint Joseph Statue site, Jim Wagner gives tips on how and where to bury a statue of St. Joseph in the yard of the house you're selling.
The Master of the Murder Castle In a 1943 article in Harper's magazine, John Bartlow Martin writes about one of America's first serial killers, H.H. Holmes.