Links of the Day

The Eerie Grave of 200,000 Monks

What Is the Future of Artificial Intelligence?

The Lost Rolls and the Unreliable Shadow of Memory

Does One Ethnic Group Own Its Cultural Artifacts?

The Man Who Invented Dothraki

Iron Age Man Found Buried With Spears Sticking Out of Him “Like a Hedgehog”

Amateur Metal Detector Finds Crucifix That May Change the Historical Record of Christianity

The Walking Dead and the Importance of Dead Bodies

Hatha Yoga Inspired Abstract Art a Century Before Rothko

Jerry Lewis’ Lost Film: The Day the Clown Cried

Victorian Murder Pamphlets

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Links of the Day

Occult Collection of Doreen Valiente to Go On Public Display

Why Do Humans Like to Get Drunk?

Found: Manuscript Written By Lovecraft and Commissioned By Houdini

The Return of the Black Panther

The Godmother of Manga Sex in Japan

Malcolm McLaren’s Son to Burn Punk Memorabilia Worth Millions

Night Soil and the Men Who Carted It Away

When Museums Rushed to Fill Their Rooms with Bones

Enlightened Artificial Intelligence

Isaac Newton Was the World’s First Counterfeiter Cop

The Green Man’s Journey From Nazi to Sweetcorn Salesman

Black Magic Selfies

Links of the Day

Does Anyone Remember Hillary Clinton’s Seance-Like Encounters With the Late Eleanor Roosevelt?

Return to Oz: The Most Controversial Magazine of the ’60s Goes Online

Why So Many Scientists Are So Ignorant

Even 500 Years After His Death, Hieronymus Bosch Still Hasn’t Lost His Appeal

We Drank Soma, We Became Immortal

The Victorians Regarded Charlotte Brontë As Course and Immoral

The Strange Case of William T. Horton

Not All Racists Monuments Should Be Torn Down

When It’s Good To Be Bad

Secret Caves Beneath Scottish Suburb May Have Been Used for Human Sacrifice

Are Cult Members Insane?

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Links of the Day

Do Psychedelic Drug Laws Violate Human Rights?

Not Just Fluffy Bunnies: The Dark Side of Beatrix Potter

The Beautiful Proto-Feminist Snark of Jane Austen’s Juvenilia

Can Drug Trips Be Religious? Rabbis Take ‘Shrooms for Science

Maha Shivratri: Why CERN Has a Statue of Lord Shiva

Science May Scoff, But Rice Professor and Best-Selling Author Believe the Inexplicable Does Occur

Erotic Blooms: The Sex Appeal of Flowers

Quest for the Real Life Treasures of Atari’s Swordquest

The Secret History of the Girl Detective

Interactive Cannibal Exhibit Comes to San Diego’s Museum of Man

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Links of the Day

Delving Into the Shadowy World of Occult Art

Man Pleads Guilty to Murdering Cross Dressing Vodou Priest

Dutch Cops Are Teaching Majestic Eagles to Hunt Drones

Iceland to Build First Temple to Norse Gods in 1,000 Years

The Turing-Acid Test

Italian Police Seize Mussolini’s Yacht From Businessman With Ties to Mafia

“I Don’t Dwell on the Morbidity of It”: Inside the Mind of a High Wire Walker

How the Video of Christine Chubbick’s Suicide Became a Very Macabre ‘Holy Grail’

The Brain Banker

New Hieronymous Bosch Painting Discovered in Kansas City

Were Cats Domesticated Twice?

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Links of the Day

Reassembling John Dee’s Lost Library

New Discoveries About John Dee’s Family Reveals a Mysterious Dwarf and a Resemblance to His Mother

String Theory May Merge With the Other Theory of Everything

Scottish Society for Psychical Research May Give Up the Ghost

Mystery of Alien Skulls and a Nazi Briefcase

The Fairy Tales That Predate Christianity

Why Humans Find It Hard to Do Away With Religion

Thoth’s Storm: New Evidence for Egyptians In Ireland?

Five Planets Align in a Spectacular Celestial Show

Shock Art Needs to Grow Up

A French Communist Utopia In Texas