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News | Interesting Stories

Scientists say they may have new evidence in D.B. Cooper case

A band of amateur scientists selected by the FBI to look for clues in the world’s most infamous skyjacking may have found new evidence in the 45-year-old case.

Miscellaneous | Potpourri

What happened to the “Lost Colony” of Roanoke? - Ask History

The origins of one of the America’s oldest unsolved mysteries can be traced to August 1587, when a group of about 115 English settlers arriv...

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

New York’s Secret Doors and Hidden Rooms

Everyone loves a mystery, and some buildings have secret spaces tucked inside them.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Researchers think they've solved a Stonehenge mystery

Researchers in London think they have solved one of the most enduring mysteries of Stonehenge: How did a bunch of prehistoric Britons haul massive stones from a quarry in Wales to the site of the monument more than 100 miles?

Miscellaneous | Interesting & Helpful Information

Why We Hate Not Knowing for Sure

New research helps explain why our brains react so poorly to uncertainty.

Entertainment | Star Wars

Decades-Old Star Wars Mystery Finally Solved

One of the longest-running ‘Star Wars’ mysteries has finally been solved by a doggedly determined fan. Despite being one of the most overanalysed movies of the 20th century, fans have long wondered who played BoShek the cantina patron who sends Obi-Wa

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

I’m STILL Not Sayin’ Aliens. But This Star Is Really Weird.

A star that made headlines due to weird brightness dips—leading to speculations of aliens building structures around it—is even weirder than we thought.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Moon Mystery Solved! Apollo Rocket Impact Site Finally Found

A sharp-eyed NASA spacecraft has spotted the final resting place of one of the rockets that took astronauts to the moon, more than 43 years after the booster slammed into the lunar surface.

News | Local News

Thriller Writers Come to the OC | Jlife

Just about anyone who is a mystery buff, knows the name Kellerman. Faye and Jonathan Kellerman have been best-selling mystery writers for nearly three decades, and their son Jesse joined the “family business” in 2006 when he published his first novel. All three Kellermans will be guests at University Synagogue, Sunday November 8.

News | Interesting Stories

Paris Apartment unlocked After 70 Years!!

This Paris Apartment Was Left Untouched For More Than 70 Years…Come Take A Look Inside