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Weirdest and Wackiest World Records

by Tony Lyons Skyhorse (May 11, 2012)

Who knew that one could make a claim to fame in such an unorthodox way? The Weirdest and Wackiest World Records may not list the most traditional achievements, but it sure will leave readers speechless. From...


Don't You Believe It!

by Herb Reich Skyhorse (February 01, 2010)

Our cherished culturally shared beliefs stem from a variety of sources, many of which propagate old wives’ tales, myths, self-serving fantasies, innocent fallacies, or sheer nonsense. History is replete with...


Weird-o-pedia

by Alex Palmer Skyhorse (May 11, 2012)

Check out the weird and wonderful facts in this massive encyclopedia of alphabetized oddities:

  • HUMANS ARE THE ONLY ANIMALS THAT ENJOY SPICY FOOD (there’s a reason no one sells Tabasco-flavored cat food).
  • NAPPING...

  • The Frighteners

    by Peter Laws Skyhorse (September 25, 2018)

    The Frighteners is a bizarrely compelling, laugh-out-loud exploration of societies’ fascination with the dark, spooky, and downright terrifying side of life. The author--self proclaimed “sinister minister”--opens...


    Christmas Miscellany

    by Jonathan Green Skyhorse (November 01, 2009)

    Wouldn’t it be great to understand all our Christmas traditions? Here, Jonathan Green offers the fascinating history behind our most beloved holiday traditions. For example, myrrh is incense made from the...


    Napoleon's Hemorrhoids

    by Phil Mason Skyhorse (October 01, 2009)

    Hilarious, fascinating, and a roller coaster of dizzying, historical what-ifs, Napoleon’s Hemorrhoids is a potpourri for serious historians and casual history buffs. In one of Phil Mason’s many revelations,...