There's something undeniably creepy about big, expansive libraries. The hushed whispers, the almost artificial quiet, and the smell of dusty tomes combine to create a surreal experience. But when it comes to creepy libraries, Harvard University might take the cake... you see, at least two of its books are bound in human skin.
Thursday, Jan 5th 2017 (12:00am)
Actually nine, but I will save the teaser at the end for your discovery. Please don't view or consider any of these for a bite to eat unless you have a really strong stomach.
Monday, Nov 21st 2016 (2:12am)
Some people in Denver won't be breathing in that fresh mountain air, come the next few days.
Though it takes 7 to 10 to grow and bloom, the city's only and first giant corpse flower is looking to spread its stinky petals in the next few days.
Tuesday, Aug 18th 2015 (3:27am)
At some point in the last few months, longtime on-again-off-again davelog staffer Hellvis' appendix exploded. Yesterday, he finally got around to having the shrapnel removed. Here's some pictures of the horror. Get better soon, bro.
Thursday, Jun 18th 2015 (12:02am)
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Over the years, whenever I had to fly (which I'm not particularly good at) I'd be sure and yoink the barf bags off my seat to take home to the kids. While they never 'collected' them, they were always disappointed if I came home without them.
Fast-forward to today, and I learn that not only is there a collection of such things online, there are TWO heavy hitters in the world of airsick bag collecting: the Air Sickness Bag Virtual Museum and Kelly's World of Airsickness Bags. Gaze in wonder upon these oft-overlooked receptacles of airline comfort.
Thursday, Feb 20th 2014 (5:02am)
Basins and buckets of boys' urine are collected from primary school toilets. It is the key ingredient in "virgin boy eggs", a local tradition of soaking and cooking eggs in the urine of young boys, preferably below the age of 10. There is no good explanation for why it has to be boys' urine, just that it has been so for centuries.
Tuesday, Nov 13th 2012 (4:01am)
Lots of people have their own personal diet plans, and nutritionists don't always agree on which one is best. Nutritionists do agree that everything on this list is a bad idea, but some outstanding individuals have managed to damn nature and logic enough to survive on some seemingly fatal meal regimens.
A 21-year-old Australian will likely be more cautious after accepting a dare to swallow garden slugs infested with rat lungworms and spending a month in intensive care.
Thursday, Oct 13th 2011 (12:04am) | Thanks: jedi clampett
Scientists in China have genetically modified cows to produce human breast milk. The milk is said to bring health benefits, but critics say the risks to consumers are not yet fully known. From Beijing, Sky's China Correspondent Holly Williams reports.
Thursday, Jun 9th 2011 (10:03pm) | Thanks: runarounddead
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