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For the first time in a decade, Tim Burton’s Art is being displayed in the US!

For the first time in a decade, Tim Burton’s Art is being displayed in the US!

Tim Burton and his art haven’t been camped out in Las Vegas since Mars Attacked. Now, he’s again showing his love for the city by collaborating with Neon Museum from October 15, 2019 – February 15, 2020. The exhibit, which will feature both new and […]

NSFW: A man with two penises loved a woman with two vaginas. Yes, really.

NSFW: A man with two penises loved a woman with two vaginas. Yes, really.

NSFW: This article contains nudity It’s almost Valentine’s Day and this story proves that there is someone for everyone. Blanche Dumas was born in 1860 on the Caribbean Island of Martinique. with three legs, four breasts, and two vaginas. In addition to two bladders and […]

Weekly Witch Wares – 1/11/19

Weekly Witch Wares – 1/11/19

Buying gifts for a witchy woman? Every week we share our favorite witchy clothes, health products, jewelry and books. Share a little magic with the goddess in your life or treat yourself, you deserve it! Click on any photo to purchase! Want to see a […]

The heart shape ❤️ was created by Roman Birth Control

The heart shape ❤️ was created by Roman Birth Control

Silphium, a plant probably related to parsley and celery, was used medicinally by the Romans for centuries. It was claimed to cure sore throat, warts, stomach troubles, fever, and cough. It was also used as an effective contraceptive and abortifacient. Mediterranean cultures and people even […]

Edgar Allen Poe prophesied the ship wreck that caused the outlawing of cannibalism

Edgar Allen Poe prophesied the ship wreck that caused the outlawing of cannibalism

Early in his writing career, Edgar Allen Poe was having trouble selling his short stories. So, in 1838, he wrote The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket, a full length novel about a stowaway on a ship that ultimately ends up shipwrecked, with four […]

Santa Claus was a Necromancer

Santa Claus was a Necromancer

Saint Nicholas of Myra, an Orthodox Christian Saint, and the guy who Santa Claus is inspired by, was much more interesting than we give him credit for. The main story he’s credited with is that he gave marriage dowries to three girls who couldn’t otherwise […]

Mark Twain’s life was framed by Halley’s Comet

Mark Twain’s life was framed by Halley’s Comet

Haley’s Comet passes by the Earth every 76 years, give or take. In 1835, just after the comet passed, Samuel Clemens– better known by his pseudonym Mark Twain– was born. He then lived 76 years, and died of a heart attack one day after it […]

Canadian Woman on trial for Witchcraft

Canadian Woman on trial for Witchcraft

For the first time in centuries, women who live in the Western world are openly practicing witchcraft, seemingly without fear of being tried for it. The persecution of witches and women who practice magic has certainly been reduced to more of a social consequence, rather […]

This 350 sqft Tiny House has THREE Bedrooms

This 350 sqft Tiny House has THREE Bedrooms

Want to build a tiny house with kids? This tiny house design was created to give your family a perfect solution. With two lofts, and a master bedroom, it allows for privacy for everyone. Inspired by fifth wheel RVs, this tiny house is built on […]

Weekly Witchy Wares – 5/4/18 – Witchy Little Black Dresses

Weekly Witchy Wares – 5/4/18 – Witchy Little Black Dresses

Buying gifts for a witchy woman? Every week share our favorite witchy clothes, health products, jewelry and books. Share a little magic with the goddess in your life or treat yourself, you deserve it! This month is my birthday, so the first list of the […]