Crazy-but-true trivia, bizarre occurrences, despicable torture, hilarious records, unbelievable creatures, and many more fascinating facts
It's a crazy world out there! Listverse.com's Astounding Bathroom Reader a presents the bizarre stories, fascinating facts and stomach-churning truths about pop culture, history and the weird natural world. Each page in this gripping book of trivia expounds on the truly astounding and little-known trivia. Pull up a porcelain chair and get ready to find out why
It's illegal to be fat in Japan.
At a shrine in Solapur, India, it's considered good luck to drop newborn babies from a 50-foot tower into an outstretched sheet below. Amazingly, there have never been any injuries.
Despite influencing four decades of music, Linda Ronstadt has yet to make it into the Rock and Roll Fall of Fame.
The saying, Let them eat cake," purportedly the callous response of Marie Antoinette to the starving French peasants, actually came from a book written by Rousseau when Ms. Antoinette was seven years old.
During the MK Ultra military mind-control experiments, one prisoner was dosed with LSD for a mind-altering 174 days straight.
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|Size: ||399 KB|
|Publisher: ||Ulysses Press|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781612434582 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|