Born in Seattle in the late 1980s, the grunge music scene has produced some of the best rock bands of all time. Here are the 6 best grunge bands ever.
In 2011, murderer Stephen McDaniel strangled Lauren Giddings to death and then gave a TV news interview where he posed as a distraught neighbor.
Named “the most prolific serial killer in U.S. history” by the FBI, Samuel Little is believed to have murderer 93 people, most of them women.
The fictional food item from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, milk steak, should have stayed that way: fictional. But, of course, someone made it into a real thing and it’s disgusting.
Out in California’s Mojave Desert is the Ivanpah Solar Power Facility, a controversial power plant that looks like something out of a sci-fi movie.
“Welcome to Bloxburg,” Gen Z’s favorite life-simulation RPG, is a more kid-friendly version of The Sims.
Have you ever had the same dream over and over, or maybe a recurring dream year after year for your entire life? You’re not the only one.
From his beginnings as a child actor, Joaquin Phoenix has become one of the best actors that Hollywood has ever seen. These are the top 7 Joaquin Phoenix movies to watch.
Yelling “Help me!” from a particular bridge in California might bring you face-to-face with the Char-Man, a vicious monster from local folklore.
Everything you need to know about the Project Blue Beam theory claiming a New World Order is secretly replacing all religions with one universal religion.
While people say someone was “raised by wolves” as an expression, the phrase can be applied literally to the life of Dina Sanichar.
Started in 1999, Neopets instantly made its way into the hearts of internet users. And, despite a string of hardships, it’s still around today.
You thought otters were cute? Nah. The Kushtaka are evil shape-shifting otters from Tlingit folklore that steal humans’ souls.
These are the top 10 obscure Spongebob Squarepants characters you may have forgotten.
Originally opening as a beer store in 1949, South of the Border has become the epitome of trashy American roadside attractions.
For any basketball fans who grew up in the ’90s or 2000s, the new Netflix documentary “Untold: The Rise and Fall of AND1” is a must-watch.