Reference Psilocybin, or magic mushrooms are a controlled hallucinogenic substance. Researchers believe they may have potential mental health treatment. Here are strange facts you may not know about shrooms.
In the spirit of Halloween, we're highlighting some of the lesser-known "haunted" houses in the country. These homes may not really be haunted, but they sure feel that way.
Here’s everything science has to say about ghosts, from spooky unexplained phenomena, to debunked mysteries, to why we want to believe, to some of the most haunted places.
A new case report of a man dying from a sudden heart attack while having an electroencephalogram has given scientists the first scan of a dying human brain.
The Internet went bonkers last night over a simple question: What color is this dress? Some people see it as white and gold, while others swear it's blue and black. What's going on?
Mysterious objects trapped in Earth's orbit could be a place to look for alien surveillance technology.
A new survey reveals that most Americans believe in intelligent extraterrestrial life and do not feel threatened by the appearance of UFOs.
The catchphrase "bazinga" — a zinger commonly uttered by Dr. Sheldon Cooper, a fictional theoretical physicist on the TV show "The Big Bang Theory" — has inspired the creation of a novel compound.
Even though deadly spider bites are regular fodder for scare stories, spider experts say it's actually quite rare for anyone to suffer serious injuries from the world's deadliest spiders.
Susie Torres didn't expect that the strange 'swishing noise' she was hearing would turn out to have eight legs.
Love to play stretchy taffy-like substances? Or are you inside on a rainy day with a hankering for getting your hands messy? Here's a recipe for making puffy, fluffy slime for you and your kids.