As ill-advised weddings go, Vegas has played host to more than its fair share. If we were looking for the weirdest of the lot, though, this would be a strong contender. A woman is marrying a cardboard cut-out of Edward Cullen from Twilight. But it may not be exactly what you think.
Collecting toys, statues, artwork, limited edition chachkes and what have you from a favorite piece of fiction is a lot of fun. They help make that intangible love into something we can hold in our hands. But there's such a thing as getting too attached and, sadly, that's what happened here.
Only a bona fide Bigfoot corpse will ever truly answer the question of whether the elusive furball is real, but that doesn't stop scientist believers from trying to prove Sasquatch exists in other ways. Take this veterinarian and DNA expert who spent five years comparing DNA samples, and came away with what she thinks is proof.
Everybody loves zombies, right? WRONG. Apparently, the peoples of Norway have some very strong anti-zombie feelings. Need proof? How about this commercial which viewers felt was so gratuitous, they had it banned!
Everything's better with butter—especially the infamous homicidal slashers from Saw, Scream and Friday The 13th. (Which may scare you into eating your breakfast toast bone dry!)
In an effort to look like his spirit animal, Dennis Avner, who more often went by his Native American name, Stalking Cat, became the world-record holder for having the most body modifications. Sadly, his left ended recently and, it seems, it may have been self-inflicted.
A 1909 report on the brain of famed mathematician Charles Babbage has surfaced on the public domain, showing off some surreal shots of the late genius' mind.
We've been looking to prove the existence of Bigfoot for decades, and so far it hasn't happened. That could be because Bigfoot isn't real, or it could be because we're just going about things the wrong way. That's what one anthropologist is betting on as he launches a mission to find a Sasquatch from above.
Usually when we talk about a government reaction to UFO sightings, it's to report another public, official denial of anything weird going on. But over in India, the government's a little too busy to deny anything just now, because they're still trying to figure out what the more than 100 luminous orbs seen in the sky near their border with China are.
Riddle me this, riddle me that; when's that weird dude being threatened with jail time going to stop dressing like a big, fat bat? Looks like the answer may be, "never."