Secret stash of Moon artifacts found hidden in Neil Armstrong's closet

These are the contents of a mysterious white bag found hidden in Neil Armstrong's closet: Weird looking lamps, wrenches, utility brackets, sights, and a film camera that later was identified as the one that captured the famous Apollo 11's descent on the Moon's surface. Nobody knew about it, including his widow. » 2/08/15 5:11pm 2/08/15 5:11pm

Rare Artifacts Have Surfaced from the Jack the Ripper Case

It's been over 125 years since Jack the Ripper prowled the streets of London, but here's something new: artifacts tied to the case are heading to the auction block. » 12/04/14 1:00pm 12/04/14 1:00pm

Incredible New Artifacts Found In 2,000-Year-Old Mexican Tunnel

For the past year, archaeologists have been working in a 2,000-year-old tunnel at the ancient Mexican city of Teotihuacan. The dig has yielded thousands of new relics and the discovery of three chambers that could hold more important finds. » 10/31/14 7:30am 10/31/14 7:30am

Ancient Romans carved winged penises to ward off the evil eye

Amateur archaeologists have been using metal detectors to uncover a trove of ancient Roman artifacts in Britain. Among the centuries-old goodies discovered in 2011 were a pornographic knife handle and a couple of winged penises. Their purpose? To protect the possessor from evil, especially evil wielding a penis of its… » 10/27/12 7:30am 10/27/12 7:30am

Thor's Hammer was discovered in Quebec

In 1964, archaeologist Thomas E. Lee discovered a 10.8-foot tall, 4,000 pound stone cross on the Arnaud River in far northern Quebec. Lee dubbed this sculpture "Thor's Hammer," as he assumed the monolith was of Viking origin. » 5/19/10 6:40am 5/19/10 6:40am

Ripley's Has Authentic Vampire Killing Kits for Every Taste

There are lots of folks out there making replica vampire killing kits, but the Ripley's Believe It or Not! museums have the real deal: kits earnestly prepared to combat bloodsuckers and packed with silver bullets, wooden daggers, and anti-vampire potions. » 12/07/09 3:30pm 12/07/09 3:30pm

A Spoiler-Free Review of Warehouse 13's Final Episodes

We've seen the final two episodes of Warehouse 13's first season, and offer a spoiler-free review of tonight's Poe-themed artifact hunt and next week's twisting season finale, which features dark revelations about the Warehouse and one of the major characters. » 9/15/09 2:32pm 9/15/09 2:32pm

Warehouse Meltdown Leads to a Deadly Game of Dodgeball

Just how dangerous is it to house thousands of powerful artifacts in a single building? Last night's episode of Warehouse 13 answers that question with a visit to the Dark Vault, Sylvia Plath's depression-inducing typewriter, and homicidal, autonomous dodgeballs. » 9/09/09 3:30pm 9/09/09 3:30pm

Prison Cults Can Save You From Hallucination-Induced Suicide

Last night's Warehouse 13 drops us in a prison on a dark and stormy night, where prison inmates are being driven to suicide. But can prison cults and guilty hallucinations compete with last week's disco ball madness? » 9/02/09 2:20pm 9/02/09 2:20pm

Lewis Carroll's Mirror and Studio 54's Disco Ball Wreak Mystical Havoc

This week's Warehouse 13 featured a trip to Vegas and a pair of guest stars from Eureka. But those were overshadowed by the ghost of Alice Liddell and a disco ball fueled by the magic of sex and drugs. » 8/26/09 4:39pm 8/26/09 4:39pm

Artie's Dark Past is Revealed at the Point of an Invisible Samurai Sword

Last night's Warehouse 13 featured better gadgets, delved into the dirty details of one character's past, and introduced us to the series antagonist. Could we finally be seeing the show breaking out of its weekly artifact hunt? » 8/19/09 4:01pm 8/19/09 4:01pm