“Where the Wild Things Are” was originally titled “Land of the Wild Horses” until the author Maurice Sendak realized that he couldn’t draw horses and changed the name.
7-Eleven convenience stores were once called “Totem Stores” and featured an authentic Inuit totem pole in front of each location.
Verizon accidentally sent a customer a rare iPhone 6 prototype upon contract renewal, the customer quickly took the rare handset to eBay and sold it for $100,000 to a bidder.
An insurrection by the Georgian Legion of the German army was the last battle in Europe in WW2 and occurred 12 days after the unconditional surrender of Nazi Germany.
A man spend $40,000 buying out two IMAX theaters to prove ex-girlfriend wrong. “His ex-girlfriend dumped him seven years ago because he couldn’t afford two movie tickets for a date”.
A woman made great contributions to Egyptology after hitting her head as a toddler and claiming to have unlocked a past life as a priestess in Ancient Egypt.
Pistol dueling with wax bullets was a popular pastime in the early 20th century and even featured as a sport in the 1908 Summer Olympics.