Forget in-flight movies – back in the day, first-class passengers were treated to live piano concerts and other decadent treats.
Artist, filmmaker and one-man publicity machine: Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí was a man of many talents. But his stint as a tarot designer is less well known.
You know when a drink goes straight to your head…
In the 19th century, bored Australians went nuts for ‘ghost hoaxing’. Think of it as like Punk'd for the pre-pre-MTV era.
There's evidence of a sinister history of human sacrifice and mass exodus hidden beneath this benign-looking earthen mound in Southern Illinois.
Marngrook, which some believe was the original Aussie Rules, involved 50 players to a side, went for two days straight and was played with a possum skin ball.