In 1968, the first man in space was killed in a crash during routine flight training -- but the circumstances around his death have remained a mystery. Until now. Continue reading →
If two astronomers predictions are right, Earth will plow through a dusty trail of comet debris early Tuesday, setting off a meteor shower that hasn’t been seen since 1930. Continue reading →
A Russian scientist claims to have found three tiny meteorite samples from the 1908 Tunguska event. Did they really originate from the historic fireball? Continue reading →
While many ghost hunters may claim to be seriously seeking spirits, folklorists have another term for it: legend tripping. ->
A critical care doctor examines the fuzzy line between life and clinical death. ->
A Bigfoot enthusiast publishes a report seeking protection for what is widely considered a mythical creature. ->
May the best Bigfoot hunter win ... the $10 million prize money being put up for a new reality TV show.
Piecing together the astronomical evidence around the inspiration behind Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" may have cleared up some controversy.
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