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Schwarzenegger was once a Mr. World, but even in his prime he was no match for Zuverman.
Why has art professor Richard Pell opened a museum of plants and animals genetically altered by human beings? “If somebody else had done it first,” he said, “I wouldn’t have had to.”
If Morley’s Dog had a proper name, it washed away along with everything else in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, when a dam burst and destroyed the city in 1889.
Halloween attractions rise from the dead every October only to fall back into the grave November 1st. No one has yet figured out how to trick-or-treat profitably 365 days a year, but some ghoulish attractions confidently display their outdoor skulls and props year-round as photo-ops for the macabre-starved.
It was a bad end to a good story. The World’s Largest Human Centrifuge, which had reopened in Warminster, Pennsylvania, after years of neglect…
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