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Mark Goffeney is a musician born without any arms. He lifts just about everything with his feet and doesn't let his disability get in the way of achieving his dreams.
  The Galveston Flood  On September 8, 1900, a Category 4 hurricane ripped through Galveston, Texas, killing more than 6,000
We ain't kitten ya! The one-eyed cats were born just days apart but in different parts of the country.
"Some people told me not to sell them because fingernails can be used in voodoo spells."
Ripley’s just wrapped up its 2nd annual Strange Mail Contest — in which participants from all over the world test the limits of the U.S. Postal Service and send the weirdest things they can get away with (without packaging) to the company’s headquarters in Orlando. The winning entry is pretty weird.
Meyer has purchased more than 100 items this year at Bizarre Buying Bazaar events –- from a rare New Guinea widow’s finger
"You have to see it to believe it" indeed! Ripley's archivist Edward Meyer joins HuffPost Live and brings along some wacky items, including sculptures made from nail clippings and chewed gum, extreme clothing and dressed up cockroaches.
"I was pleased that she came and told me what she was doing rather than go off on her own, so I was happy," says Jeff, a
“We feel pretty good about this deal, but if we’re wrong it’s going to cost us a lot of money,” O’Brien said. Just to make