(Click to blow up)
Mr. Ortega likes controlled, dismantling explosions. Continue reading “Three vehicle explosions by Damian Ortega”
Notice that piece of paper on the wall.
Office prank gone wrong
Continue reading “This office prank does not go as expected”
Criminals: it’s a good idea to have
one of these on your car.
It started as a routine traffic stop.
These hardtack biscuits were not for strict vegetarians.
Talk about a specialty occupation.
Sandy Levins never much liked crafts, or cooking, and she has no formal art
training. Continue reading “The woman who makes antique food”
They make an interesting car cover.
Continue reading “The used lottery ticket prank”
It’s abstract, and it’s an optical illusion.
Continue reading “The secret of these photographs is revealed”
"Do you mind?"
It was 3:00 p.m. on a hot afternoon in Crossville, Tennessee.
A couple approached the home of a man. We’ll call the man Mark, since his name was not mentioned in the news report that I read. Continue reading “The nude swimmer scam”
Was a small person hidden inside?
Did he use a ventriloquist?
Although it may have looked and sounded like a magic trick, no deception was used to create Joseph Faber’s Euphonia. Continue reading “The marvelous talking machine of 1845”
Preparing to win the Soapbox Derby
I’d never heard this story about my hometown. It appeared in a column about Boulder County history in my local paper, The Daily Camera. Continue reading “The kid with the magnetic nose”
One man showed up at her door wearing a raincoat.
In Racine, Wisconsin, a woman called police when a man in a raincoat showed up at her house and kept ringing her doorbell. Continue reading “The guy said it was “just a joke””