Bukowski delivered mail, Stephen King cleaned schools and Jack Kerouac washed dishes. 

Stonehenge isn’t the only weird rock formation littering the English countryside. Known as “sound mirrors”, these concrete structures once played an important part in Britain’s air defence.

Blood, sea snails and a whole lot of urine went into some of your favourite paintings. This brief history of colour explores the strange alchemy of paint making.

Historians say there should be a lot more shipwrecks on the bottom of the ocean than there currently are. So who, or what, is taking them?

Behold the snazziest crims to ever grace our nation’s prison cells in these recently unearthed photos.

Thanks to many hands, an extra-large bookstand and a hi-def camera, these rare maps are now available online. Here’s how it was done. 

Prime your PayPal accounts: someone in Queensland is selling an honest-to-god tank on the internet.

Sometimes the most insidious propaganda is the fun stuff.

Watch this touching tribute to the late André Cassagnes, inventor of the Etch A Sketch, animated on the device itself.

The Black Hole of Los Alamos

Wednesday April 19, 2017

Nuclear waste is something most people go out of their way to avoid, but for 40 years "Atomic Ed" and his military surplus store couldn’t get enough of it.