Horror building trivia: The Vanishing Mayans

In around the 10th century AD, a whole vast empire that stretched from northern Central America to southern Mexico…

Horror building trivia: Jonestown Community-The Cult who Committed Mass Suicide-Murder

This now-abandoned settlement was the site of the chilling mass suicide-murder of 909 members of the Peoples Temple…

Horror building trivia: Hiroshima Peace Memorial-The One Building That Defied the Atomic Bomb

On the morning of August 6th, 1945, the world and warfare changed forever when the Americans dropped an…

Horror building trivia: Auschwitz’s Crematoria Number 3

The concentration camp in Auschwitz was abandoned by the Nazis in the closing months of World War Two.…

Architecture Trivia: The Deserted Cities Tourist Attractions of the World

As of March 2020, the coronavirus is sweeping the world, and international flights (along with tourism) have almost…

Scam trivia: Salting the Mine, the oldest scam

Salting a mine was a popular scam during the gold rush. Scammers would plant a precious gem or…

Scam trivia: Grandparent Scam, the oldest scam

For centuries, the older generation has been preyed on by criminals. The grandparent scam is one of the…

Mountain trivia: The highest mountain in the world is not Mount Everest

Many people have known since childhood that the highest mountain on the earth is Mount Everest at 8,848…

The origin of “vertical middle finger”

The vertical middle finger first appeared at the end of the Hundred Years War between Britain and France.…

Urban trivia: How big is Harbin?

Harbin covers an area of 53,100 square kilometers. Harbin ≈ 8 Nanjing ≈ 8.4 Shanghai ≈ 26.6 Shenzhen…

Canadian trivia: It is illegal to lock a vehicle in Churchill Town.

In Churchill, Manitoba, Canada, it is illegal to lock your own car because it is located in the…

Car trivia: Japan must plant trees when buying private cars

There is a special rule in Japan that whenever a private car is added, a tree must be…

Drinking game trivia: Beer Pong

You will need one ping pong ball and 12 glasses of beer. Arrange six glasses of beer on…

Drinking game trivia: Boxing

You need a stop watch/clock, 2 shot glasses, 4 people, 2 dice, and some beer to play this…

Drinking game trivia: Flip Cup

A relay race game played with red plastic party cups. Teams are divided into 4 or 5, each…

Drinking game trivia: California Kings

Spread cards face-down around a large cup. Draw in clockwise order. A “drink” is a normal sip. –…

Drinking game trivia: Edward 40 Hands

In order to play this game all you need is duct tape and 2 40’s of beer for…

Drinking game trivia: Power Hour

This game is all about drinking. There are not really any rules. The object is to take a…

Drinking game trivia: Asshole

The first hand is used to determine everyone’s rank during the following hands. Deal out all the cards.…

Drinking game trivia: FUBAR

Shuffle a full deck of cards and scatter them in a pile in the middle of your table.…

Drinking game trivia: Quarters

Quarters can be played with any number of players. Play is best with 3-6 players. Competitors sit around…

Drinking game trivia: Flip, Sip, or Strip!

This drinking game is best with 3 to 5 people, but more and the game will last longer.…

Horror curse trivia: Merlin’s Oak

Our second hexed Oak and second entry from Wales. This one is related to the wizard Merlin from…

Salt trivia: where does the “salt” in the salt lake come from

There are many lakes in the world. These lakes can be divided into freshwater lakes and saltwater lakes…