Today we look at the story of a boy who supposedly has cat-like eyes which allow him to see in the dark.
A classic viral video allegedly shot from closed circuit camera shows a cyclist being saved from certain death by a supernatural being which teleports the person to safety at the last moment. Is it real or fake?
Today we’ll look at an image which has circulated on Facebook for years which shows a key chain being sold in China that contains a live baby turtle. Is this image real or fake?
Press reports in 1933 claimed that a Chinese man named Li Ching-Yuen had died at the age of either 197 or 256. Is this story real or fake?
A baby boy from China was born in January 2016 with 31 fingers and toes. It’s not the first time a child from that country was born with 31 digits, nor is it a world record.
Video released this week shows a dramatic explosion that sent manhole covers into the air after a boy dropped a lit match into the sewer.
Some odd stories we’re watching this week include Microsoft’s out of control Twitter bot, “Waldo” found “being very disorderly,” an angry Easter Bunny in a New Jersey mall brawl, and a two-headed lamb in China.
Scientists have created glow-in-the-dark pigs, not once, but twice – in Taiwan back in 2005, and again in China in 2013. In 2014, whiskey-flavored pigs were also developed. Today we take a look back at these unusual stories.