Allyson Larcom is Boston-based writer originally from Salt Lake City, Utah. When she's not writing about weird stuff, you can find her fawning over dogs, podcasting about cats, or teaching herself obscure languages.
How some witches are swapping cauldrons and brooms for Tumblr and Netflix accounts.
From ice cream to bagels, it doesn’t take much to dye food black — and still make it taste good.
We often think of waking up in the middle of the night as a bad thing, but it might, in fact, be the most natural human sleeping pattern of all.
The marine mammals share quite a bit in common with humans when it comes to sex.
Despite what many might presume as their demise, there are still roughly 100,000 operational payphones in the United States today.
On January 15, the city memorialized the centennial of one of its weirdest tragedies.
Hallucinogenic fungi might be responsible for a lot of Father Christmas’ traits, including his outfit, flying reindeer, and gift-giving habits.