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Follow the parade of unfortunate events that took place at this minor league game

The Bulls and the Knights had a strange game. Saturday’s minor league matchup between the Durham Bulls and Charlotte Knights was full of strange occurrences. Let’s go over them, shall we? The Bulls hosted the game, which began with a thunderstorm. Show More Summary

Strange death of Europe

(Scott Johnson) Douglas Murray (@DouglasKMurray on Twitter) is associate editor of Britain’s Spectator and a senior fellow at the Gatestone Institute. He is a prolific columnist. Gatestone has compiled his columns for the institute here. Show More Summary

Canadian UFO Has Many Baffled

It’s a UFO. It’s a strange balloon. It’s a propeller-less drone. It’s a flying turtle. It’s an alien dumpling. Whatever it is, it was seen over Oshawa in Ontario last week and has defied identification. “It came out of no where, this thing, I was walking back to my car and I just saw something... Read more »

Holly Hunter on a Deep South Road Trip in 'Strange Weather' Trailer

"What kind of mother doesn't try to fix it?!" Brainstorm Media has debuted an official trailer for the indie drama titled Strange Weather, from writer/director Katherine Dieckmann. The film stars Holly Hunter as a mother who goes on a road trip to find out the truth about her son's suicide seven years ago. Show More Summary

This is Why You Crave Eating Dirt While Pregnant

The desire to eat dirt during your pregnancy is by no means strange, even if it makes you feel like you’ve finally hit maximum pregnancy brain. In fact, the craving to eat dirt (this craving is commonly referred to as pica), specifically geophagy (literally “earth eating” in Latin), is seen all over the world, in... Read More »

THE GEOLOGICALLY ODD AND INTERESTING GULF OF MEXICO: The strangeness began when Africa started separ…

THE GEOLOGICALLY ODD AND INTERESTING GULF OF MEXICO: The strangeness began when Africa started separating from the Americas some 200 million years ago.

Terrible Heralds: 8 Awful Heralds Of Galactus (And 7 Who Would Be Worse)

From disco stars to octogenarians, Galactus has employed some strange heralds. CBR lists his 8 most terrible Heralds, and 7 that would be even worse! The post Terrible Heralds: 8 Awful Heralds Of Galactus (And 7 Who Would Be Worse) appeared first on CBR.

The Return of Weird TV

By Karen Gomez From Twin Peaks to American Gods: how strangeness has bled into primetime TV. The article The Return of Weird TV appeared first on Film School Rejects.

UFO News: NASA’s Mars Rover Photographs Strange Crystal Clear Object, UFO Or Simple Debris?

UFO sightings are pretty common on Earth, with numerous incidents being reported worldwide practically on a daily basis. On Mars, however, things are a little bit different. While alleged UFO sightings on the Red Planet have been reported...Show More Summary

Behind the Music: A History of Dazzler, Fox’s Newest X-Man

As Dazzler gets set to make her film debut in X-Men: Dark Phoenix, learn her strange origins and how she nearly appeared in a movie...in 1980! The post Behind the Music: A History of Dazzler, Fox’s Newest X-Man appeared first on CBR...

Rudy Redd Victor remains recovered after 43 years

One of our ninjas send us a link to the strange story of Rudy Redd Victor, an Air Force airman who leaped from his girlfriend’s car during an argument on June 15, 1974 in Montana, never to be seen again. He was on leave from the Air Force at the time. When he didn’t report […]

American Zika in 2016 and 2017: The Strange Case of Mr. Hyde and Dr. Jekyll

As North America heads into summer, Peter Hotez, co-Editor-in-Chief of PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, discusses the risk for Zika outbreaks and hopes Mr. Hyde doesn’t rear his ugly head. In 1886 Mr. Robert Louis Stevenson publish...

Despite rhetoric, secession isn’t easy — or worth it

Secession has always held a strangely prominent place in the American imagination, and it probably always will. Restive New Englanders contemplated a break over the War of 1812 during the Hartford Convention. South Carolina champed at the bit for decades, eventually cutting ties along with a Deep South wave opposed to Lincoln’s election and an […]

The strangeness of 'Twin Peaks: The Return' makes it the perfect show for 2017

"Twin Peaks" was among the most notable of the shows I missed in a largely TV-less childhood, and though I've since watched David Lynch and Mark Frost's series, it hadn't sunk deep hooks in me the way it did for so many others. So I was pleasantly surprised to find myself mesmerized and provoked...

MRS. BERNIE SANDERS LAWYERS UP: The strange story behind the federal investigation that has rattled …

MRS. BERNIE SANDERS LAWYERS UP: The strange story behind the federal investigation that has rattled Burlington, Vermont, and put Bernie and Jane Sanders on the defensive.

Look into these AI-generated people's eyes and let the nightmares wash over you

When technology is used to make art, sometimes it produces beautiful results. And other times things get a little... strange. A new video going around Twitter shows an eerie girl moving her eyes as a cursor moves around on the screen. Show More Summary

Cannibalizing Yourself: 9 Reasons You Should Mine Your Life for Ideas

2 days agoArts / Writing : LitReactor

Strange experiences, new situations, and faraway galaxies are all great, but sometimes looking inside yourself and revisiting your memories is the best thing you can do for your writing. Column by Gabino Iglesias "I celebrate myself,...Show More Summary

Your Instagram Photos Star In This Funny (And Creepy) Short Film

“Weird Box” will make you realize how strange it is that we’re all looking at each other’s personal photos all the time. WHAT: An interactive short film about our increasingly relaxed standards of privacy when it comes to personal photos. Read Full Story

The Commercialization of Bigfoot: Culture, Consumerism, and Cryptozoology

Something strange is going on in Round Rock Park in Central Texas, and according to parks and recreational officials, it has to do with something large and hairy, that leaves manlike footprints as it comes and goes at night. However, if this sounds like the latest “Bigfoot” report coming out of the Lone Star State... Read more »

17.24 – MU Podcast

Investigative film maker Jeremy Corbell returns on our final episode of Season 17 to share his latest work and discuss the ever elusive “Phenomenon”. Corbell updates us on his isotope analysis of the strange fragment retrieved from Patient Seventeen’s body, the misdirection and threads of deception within the UFO field, and his brand new project:... Read more »

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