YouTube scandal trivia: Motoki vs Math Podcast

This particular controversy has been fascinating to many, because it involves creators from two different cultures. Motoki is…

Portrait trivia: Is it true that the Mona Lisa portrait has no eyebrows?

Everyone knows that Leonardo da Vinci is a world-famous painter, and “Mona Lisa” is Da Vinci’s masterpiece. Among…

Novel trivia: popular horror novel “The Winter People (2014)”

When her mother suddenly vanishes without a trace, 19 year-old Ruthie and her little sister Fawn decide to…

Novel trivia: popular horror novel “NOS4A2 (2013)”

Victoria McQueen, a gifted young girl with a supernatural ability to find lost things, is the only child…

Novel trivia: The popular horror novel “The Vanishing (2014)”

After scamming strangers, family and friends out of millions of dollars, Julia Bishop’s husband commits suicide, leaving her…

Novel trivia: popular horror novel “Someone Like Me (2018)”

Ever since she escaped the claws of her excessively abusive ex-husband by finally fighting back, Liz knows something…

Novel trivia: popular horror novel “The Institute (2019)”

In under two minutes, Luke Ellis’ life is completely transformed. His parents are silently murdered by mysterious intruders,…

Novel trivia: popular horror novel “Summer, Fireworks & My Corpse (2010)”

“Summer, Fire Works & My Corpse”, released in September 2010, is a compilation of three separate horror stories…

Novel trivia: popular horror novel “Beneath (2017)”

Cora, a talented no nonsense reporter with a sensitive past, is sent to rural Georgia to cover a…

Novel trivia: The popular horror novel “The Twisted Ones (2019)”

After the passing of her grandmother, Mouse is asked by her father to clear out her isolated home…

Novel trivia: popular horror novel “Penpal (2012)”

Inspired by the famous Reddit creepy pasta, “Penpal” is a quite complicated novel to describe. In essence, it…

Novel trivia: The popular horror novel “The Sun Down Motel (2020)”

In 1982, Viv decides to get a new job to help finance her upcoming move to New York…

Cigarette trivia: Why were cigarettes called alcohol and tobacco in ancient times?

Why was cigarette called alcohol and tobacco in ancient times? Tobacco was also called “tobacco and alcohol” in…

Scam trivia: Fortune-Telling Fraud, the oldest scam

Some people may argue that all fortune-telling services are a scam. The modern fortune-telling fraud uses cold-reading skills…

Scam trivia: Mail Fraud, the oldest scam

The United States has been fighting against mail crime for hundreds of years. In 1792, Congress imposed the…

Scam trivia: Strip Club Scam of the oldest scam

A strip club or “clip joint” scam has been going on for the past century. The establishment usually…

Scam trivia: Funerals of the oldest scam

The death of a family member is a traumatizing and emotional time. It’s absolutely disheartening that anyone would…

Magazine Trivia: Crappie Now!

No, this is not another magazine dedicated to portable toilets as the title suggests, rather it is a…

Magazine Trivia: Strange Magazine PRO

If you wanted your face on the cover of any magazine, which one would it be? Budding musicians…

Magazine Trivia: Miniature Donkey Talk of Weird Magazine

Never has a title needed a comma more—imagine it as a command: ‘miniature donkey, talk!’ That’d be a…

Magazine Trivia: Twins of Weird Magazine

Since 1984, this has been the bi-monthly bible for parents who got more than they bargained for exiting…

Magazine Trivia: Strange Magazine The Fortean Times

We’ve been making fun of a lot of the entries thus far (no offence meant to all you…

Magazine Trivia: Practical Sheep, Goats and Alpacas

This magazine is not about sheep, goats and alpacas that can assemble an IKEA bookcase without the manual,…

Magazine Trivia: Elevator World of Weird Magazine

A whole world of elevators? One would be forgiven for imagining an MC Escher-like planet of perpetual, crossing…