The Pentagon has a plan for combating a zombie apocalypse.
Jehovah’s Witnesses don’t celebrate birthdays because the only two accounts of birthday parties in the Bible ended in murder.
In 2006, a woman farted on a plane and tried to cover up the smell by lighting matches, causing an emergency landing.
Iran arrested 14 squirrels for spying in 2007.
Two actors have died playing Judas in live Biblical productions by accidentally hanging themselves for real during his death scene.
When Louis Pasteur was working on the rabies vaccine, if he or his assistants got infected, they were to be shot in the head.
In Iran, a law from 2013 allows Men to marry their 13-year-old adopted daughters.
There’s a toilet-themed restaurant in Taiwan, where food is served on miniature toilets.
The world’s biggest family lives together in India: a man with 39 wives and 94 children.
Gandhi never won the Nobel Peace Prize, despite being nominated five times.
The World’s oldest known creature, a mollusc, was 507 years old until scientists killed it by mistake.
Part of the White House was built by slaves.
A British teacher in Sudan was arrested because she allowed her primary school class to name a teddy bear “Muhammad”.
In 2013, a man bought a house next to his ex-wife just to install a giant middle finger statue for her to see every day.
In 2009, Nigerian Police arrested a goat on suspicion of attempted armed robbery.
In 2011, a woman bought a “non-visible” piece of art for $10,000.
In 2013, a girl survived ASIANA’s Plane Crash, only to be run over and killed by a responding fire truck.
In Jamaica, sex between men is punishable with up to 10 years’ imprisonment. But lesbian action is allowed.
In 2011, a man killed his wife inside the Walmart she was working at. Rather than close the store, they chose to just rope off the gore-splattered area while police investigated.
In 2006, The FBI planted an informant pretending to be a radical Muslim in a mosque, and the Muslims in the mosque reported him to the FBI.
Charles Darwin Ate Every Animal He Discovered.
Alexander the Great, Napoleon, Mussolini and Hitler, all suffered from ailurophobia, the fear of cats.
In Texas, it is legal to kill BigFoot if you ever find it.
Nelson Mandela was not removed from the U.S. terror watchlist until 2008.
A man was jailed and fined US$1500 in Oregon, U.S.A., for collecting rainwater because it is considered ‘property of the state’.
A man received the heart of a suicide victim, married his widow, and years later killed himself on the same way his donor did.
The world’s first labour strike was held on the site of a pyramid.
In 2005, A Chinese company used skin harvested from the corpses of executed convicts to develop beauty products for sale in Europe.
Construction workers in Brazil cemented a car on a pavement after its driver refused to move it.
The world’s oldest hotel has been operating since 705 AD.
Lobsters are considered to be the cockroaches of the sea.
A Colombian woman was raised by monkeys after being kidnaped and abandoned in the jungle as a child.
Cotton Candy was invented by a dentist.
In 2011, a monkey was arrested in Pakistan for crossing the border with India.
For many centuries, Chinese women endured a practice where their feet were systematically broken and shaped in such a way that they resembled hooves.
The Roman Emperor Gaius Caligula made his horse a senator.
Octopuses are eaten alive in Korea.
During the 7th century B.C., ancient Roman “vestal virgins” were required to keep their hymens intact as proof of virginity until age 30 or they would be buried alive.
Cockroaches appeared 120 million years before dinosaurs.
The night before his execution, a man in Georgia escaped from prison and, later that night, was beaten to death in a bar fight.
In 2012, a couple invited Queen Elizabeth II to their wedding as a joke, and she turned up.
There’s a species of fish called “Slippery Dick”.
Cleopatra, the last Pharaoh of Egypt, was actually Greek, not Egyptian.
Heroin was initially used to treat people addicted to morphine.
As a child, Hitler wanted to be a priest.
All three Grammys Elvis Presley won, were for his gospel songs.
Hitler was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1939.
In the USA, ransom payments to kidnappers are tax-deductible.
Saddam Hussein wrote a Romantic Novel.
The Golden Gate uses the largest bridge cables ever made, long enough to encircle the world more than 3 times at the equator.
In Halden, a high-security prison in Norway, every cell has a flatscreen TV, an en-suite shower and fluffy, white towels.
Even though the Hindenburg was inflated with 7 million cubic feet of highly flammable hydrogen gas, it had a smoking room.
The Golden State Fence Company, hired to build part of the US-Mexico border wall, was fined US$5M for hiring illegal immigrant workers.
Global warming ‘solved’ a land dispute between India and Bangladesh: the island in dispute disappeared.
One drop of the Beaked Sea Snake venom can kill 3 adult men.
A rat can last longer without water than a camel.
Cy Twombly’s painting “Untitled” is worth up to US$2,3 million.
In 1967, the Nigerian Civil War ground to a halt for two days because both sides wanted to watch soccer player Pele in an exhibition match.
An earthquake on Dec. 16, 1811 caused parts of the Mississippi River to flow backwards.
The sport of ‘Ultimate Frisbee’ is recognised by the International Olympic Committee.
Mathematician Paul Erdos could calculate in his head, given a person’s age, how many seconds they had lived, when he was just 4 years old.
Over 30 of Paul Walker’s cars were stolen from a warehouse within 24 hours of his tragic death.
A survey found that almost 9% of Americans fear zombies, which don’t even exist.
In Virginia, it is illegal to hunt on a Sunday, except for raccoons, which can be hunted until 2 AM.
20% of all women in London during the 1700s were prostitutes.
The head of the CIA had his AOL email account hacked by a teenager in 2015.
Some snakes, komodo dragons, sharks and turkeys are capable of “virgin births”, meaning, asexual reproduction.