“Lord” Timothy Dexter, an 18th century American businessman, faked his own death, held a mock funeral, and then berated his wife severely for not crying at it.
The McDonald’s in Sedona, Arizona is the only one in the world to have turquoise arches; the city thought that gold would clash with the natural red rocks.
A man once wrestled a bear, had his leg mutilated, was left for dead, woke up, set the wound on his own, and crawled over 200 miles for six weeks back to his home town, and then set out to find the men who left him to die.
All of the old buildings from Star Wars, such as Obi-Wan’s house, Mos Espa, and Lars Homestead, are still intact and can be visited at Tunisia.
In the 17th and 18th centuries, lobster was considered trash fit to be eaten by slaves and prisoners. It wasn’t until the 19th century that it became a luxury food.
If you stand on you left leg while consuming Quaker oatmeal in front of a window, people from the other side of the window will stare.
When Barack Obama visited India, all the coconuts in the trees surrounding one of his destinations were removed, just in case.
In 1912 4yo Bobby Dunbar mysteriously disappeared, was found 8 months later with Julia Anderson who claimed to be Bobby’s mother and called him Bruce Anderson, but courts favoured the Dunbar Family. He lived as Bobby Dunbar and died in 1966. In 2004, DNA tests concluded he was not a Dunbar.
A Dolphin and a Whales offspring is known as a Wolphin. The creature is very rare and there are only 2 in captivity.