Life's Little Mysteries Weird News Archives
Google's Phantom Island May Have 19th-Century Roots
November 26, 2012, Eli MacKinnon, Life's Little Mysteries Staff Writer
A Kiwi librarian may have discovered the origin of a nonexistent island that's been outfoxing cartographers for more than a century. View Full Article »
Petraeus Mystery: What Is an 'Unpaid Social Liaison'?
November 13, 2012, Eli MacKinnon, Life's Little Mysteries Staff Writer
Jill Kelley, the woman whose complaint led to the FBI investigation of David Petraeus, has been described in news reports as an "unpaid social liaison to MacDill Air Force Base." Huh? View Full Article »
Is Every Single Elephant a Village-Wrecking Booze Hound?
November 09, 2012, Eli MacKinnon, Life's Little Mysteries Staff Writer
Do elephants really go on parade — murderous, drunken parade? View Full Article »
Vodka and Sunlight, Straight Up, Ignite Liquor Store
November 07, 2012, Eli MacKinnon, Life's Little Mysteries Staff Writer
Without video, insurers would never believe it. View Full Article »
Did Hiker Film Bigfoot, Black Bear or 'Blobsquatch'?
November 05, 2012, Life's Little Mysteries Staff
A new Bigfoot video is racking up millions of views, but are there any compelling facts in the compelling footage? View Full Article »
Candidate Killed by Hurricane Could Still Win Election
November 02, 2012, Life’s Little Mysteries Staff
A West Virginia state legislative candidate died during Superstorm Sandy, but he could still win the election. View Full Article »
Do Labyrinths Have Healing Powers?
October 31, 2012, Benjamin Radford, Life's Little Mysteries Contributor
Labyrinths are ancient, maze-like patterns. Unlike a maze, however, you cannot get lost in a labyrinth, as there is only one path to the center and back out. Well, at least that's comforting. View Full Article »