The Bible is one of the most widely known books in the world. Did you know of these strange creatures in the Bible? They sound more along the lines of creatures you'd find in a game of World of Warcraft or Dungeons and Dragons, but, in actuality, the Bible had them in there, first. Ask your religious friends if they are familiar with these five oddities and see what they say. I have added the section of the Bible into the examples so you can look it up for yourself. If you haven't read the book because you are turned off by religion (or whatever reason), this might intrigue you enough to open it up and find out where some of this popular mythology originates.
There is always been a big controversy over the legalization of dangerous drugs. One side argues that they are harmful, while others state that they are harmless to everyone but the person taking them. Who really knows? Maybe one day they will all be legal and you will have to judge if you use them for yourself. Today, the most common of these are illegal or not available without a prescription. The one's on this list are a bit different, though. These are SUPER drugs. Stuff made up to really, REALLY get you high.
Conspiracy theories have been around for centuries. Many of them are outlandish stories created by people who think there is something "more to the story" than what is being told to them. In many cases, this is true. However, every once in awhile, you will hear a story so outlandish that you have to laugh at the absurdity. Here are five of the best.
Bigfoot is the stuff of legends: A seven foot tall monster roaming the forests scaring people and leaving giant footprints for us to talk about. However, they never seem to really hurt anyone and are never positively identified or captured. Does this mean they aren't real or are figments of our imagination? Maybe. Despite my usual instinct to debunk any crazy theories like a giant monster roaming the countryside, I have a tendency to believe that Bigfoot exists. Why? Find out below! Let me know what you think about Bigfoot, too. I'd be interested in hearing what your theories are.
People with extra fingers and toes have something that is known as Polydactylism, which means “many fingers”. It is a mutation that rarely occurs, and, even then, is often without bones or joints. While most people don’t have this condition, it has occurred in a few famous people throughout history. Many of you may remember Count Rugen (played by Christopher Guest) in the “Princess Bride” (1987) was known as the six-fingered man. Although, not portrayed in the movie, Thomas Harris’ character, Hannibal Lector, is also supposed to have an extra finger. The following people aren’t fictional characters, though. They are real-life celebrities with extra fingers or toes - or both!