Freddie Mercury was such a cat person that he would often call home while on tour to talk to his cats and make sure the TV was tuned in to any live-broadcast shows he was playing — so they could watch him perform. #GoldenGlobeshttps://t.co/RwETvSX54r
Carol Burnett ended every episode of her variety show by tugging on her left ear. The trademark move was to let her grandmother know she was doing well and loved her. #GoldenGlobeshttps://t.co/LOYEWBzrW0
The surreal-looking opening in Portugal’s Lagoa da Serra da Estrela is not a portal, but rather a manmade funnel leading into a long tunnel. Though it looks like a natural sinkhole lined with cascading waterfalls, Covão dos Conchos is, in fact, a wonder of engineering. https://t.co/gZvKDaCWMQ
In 1776, the governor of New York and the mayor of New York City conspired to assassinate George Washington. That bizarre plot is the subject of a fascinating new history book written by a thriller author and a documentary producer.
An enormous goose acts as the roof of a nest-shaped building like a fantastical, fowl guardian. Located in Hazard, Kentucky, the bird-shaped roof mimics the feathered texture of an actual living goose, and the goose’s eyes are made from headlights that still work. https://t.co/UiLm1OGPOB
The German author Heinrich Hoffman pretty much set the gold standard for nightmare-inducing children’s stories with his most famous creation, Struwwelpeter, or “Shockheaded Peter.” But what other stories can you think of? https://t.co/zysPsgN2Qt