The world is full of interesting facts that you might, at first read, think are fake news. But they are just strange. Like snail teeth.
Myth Trivia is the study of life via trivia - the minutia of our everyday, from cigarettes to bathing suits designed for women, that quickly changes.
"Count" Victor Lustig sold the Eiffel Tower once, successfully, and once not so much. He conned gangster Al Capone as well. Who was this con man? An April Fool!
In total, eleven countries are represented in our Top 20 Most Instagrammed National Parks. The US claims the most, with five of the twenty.
Sliced bread first appeared in Chillicothe, MO and no one thought it would last. But it did. Same with Super Bowl extravaganzas and Canada's Maple Leaf
For all of Mary Poppin's magic, when it comes to Moxie, even a spoonful of sugar won't help the medicine go down!
Thomas Dambo, a Belgium artist, latest collection of "Gullivarian" giants, 60' trolls, are secretly living in Belgium's De Schorre Provincial Park.
Halloween, the second most celebrated day is near. From pumpkins to costumes learn the myths and lore behind All Hallows Eve
Baseball is America's sport, reflecting not only our sports but also our social and political, history. From John Dillinger to Yogi Berra to Pumpsie Green
Did you see anyone wearing white after Labor Day? Did you even care to look? Or bother to notice? The wealthy once followed this fashion dictate.
In baseball, August is known "the dog days". Here is some trivia to help you, and those teams that must play without hope for glory, get through it.
The Third Battle of Ypres is still one of the costliest, deadliest and most controversial military offensives of WWI, and the futility of trench warfare
In today's US vs UK installment, Myth Trivia explores some national quirks in a fun-loving, good natured tribute to our friends in the Great Britain.
CHARLOTTE, NC. Geography is always a great topic for trivia buffs because it offers so many odd little twists that are surprising. Cable TV shows like to label such odd little twists as geographic oddities. That’s at least one reason why today’s edition of Myth Trivia looks at some of these interesting facts and factoids to help ...