What happens when three cities with unfortunate names decide to team up? It becomes the “Trinity of Tedium.” And why are there so many Shakespearean Globe Theaters if no one knows what the original looked like? … Continue readingStrange sister cities! Shakespeare’s faux Globe!
In this episode: Statue in Portland should be called “Attack of the 50-foot Woman’s Lawyers”! If it’s hard to believe there are ATMs in Antarctica, imagine being the guy who has to fix them! Italian guy misplaces his car during Oktoberfest — for more than a month! … Continue readingPortland’s famously unknown statue! Fixing ATMs in Antarctica!
In this episode: Buyer pays $100,000 for a replica of most unfortunate station wagon in road-trip history. Thanks to GPS, a Belgian woman driving to the Brussels airport to pick up a friend ends up in Croatia. … Continue readingBizarre Travel: The Road-Trip episode!
In this episode: The ruins of a Korean king’s castle still reside in the world’s most dangerous eco-park! Geography trivia from South (and North) of the Border! A relic of one of science’s saints is at home in Florence. … Continue readingBizarre Travel: King of the DMZ! Stately trivia! Getting Galileo’s digits!
In this episode: The TSA scans a carry-on corpse that gives new meaning to the term “dead-heading!” Secret Garden State: The mystery behind New Jersey’s only nude beach! … Continue readingBizarre Travel: TSA scans carry-on corpse! Naked in a National Park!
In this episode: Harry Potter and the Stranger’s Tomb: JK Rowling fans seek out grave situations! And a Florida man continues his quest for Bigfoot’s cousin.
… Continue readingBizarre Travel: Harry Potter and the Stranger’s Tomb! Sniffing out the Skunk Ape!
In this episode of Bizarre Travel Tales: the problem with mountainous measurements; the reason United Airlines has a PR department; and a monument to the man responsible for billions of dorm-room dinners. … Continue readingBizarre Travel: Summits & equations! Stranded on United! Museum of Instant Noodles!
In this episode of Bizarre Travel Tales, we’ll find why France’s rail system needs a bigger plunger; that one European city is, legally, an intergalactic speed trap; and that a British restaurant owner thinks his take-out food should be taken waaay out. … Continue readingBizarre Travel: Arm-eating toilet! UFO no-fly zone! Samosas in space!