Got an email from Amazon. I was informed that I’d be receiving a royalty check for sales of my Kindle Book – (there are no) Answers to the Mysteries. So now I can honestly say that I am an “internationally published (purchased in England), andpaid, author”.
– Who were the Watermelon Men of Los Angeles?
– Who was the well-dressed businessman found buried
under 2 feet of ice in the Antarctica?
– Who were the people living in Australia
that ate a diet of mostly size 12 shoes?
– Bigfoot… Who is this creature?
Is it just a foot or does it have a whole body attached?
Lawrence Canaby holds the “dubious” record for
vanishing socks in the Bermuda Triangle.
A cruise ship captain, Mr. Canaby has sailed
through the Triangle thousands of times
with his socks disappearing* on each trip.
*They vanish while he is wearing them.
(A crew member suggested that he simply stop wearing socks.
When he did, his underwear then vanished.)
“In 1973, Ronald Smith claimed that he was invincible and was willing to take on any challengers. A junkyard in his town responded with the challenge of him escaping from their automobile compactor. Smith accepted the offer and allowed himself to be seated in a 1965 Chevy, which was placed in the compacter and crushed into a one-inch cube. Men screamed, women fainted and children applauded when Mr. Smith emerged from the compactor as the world’s only one inch man.”