Saul wrote a regular blog for the world famous Museum of the Weird in Austin, Texas where he highlighted strange news of the day. Later, the Museum found its audience was better reached by doing simpler social media posts. Saul continues to support these, but he misses doing some of the more in-depth looks at weird things in the world. Here you will find some of the strange news that comes through Saul’s crystal ball and his editorial take on the matter. Some of it will be celebrating strange stories from the past. Some will be as fresh as yesterday. See the latest stories below.
How do you get young boys interested in vegetables? Chinese artist, Duoqi Ju, may have found a way to make veggies more appealing.
It doesn’t matter what your background or politics, this is weird. A former brothel owner and “reality TV” star, Dennis Hof, was running for a state assembly seat in Nevada. The only catch is that he died last month.
This is one of those stories that lends itself to all sorts of tasteless jokes, but sometimes you just have to let things speak for themselves.
San Antonio restauranteurs get more than they expected when they opened their eastside, music-themed establishment. A spirit is causing mischief and nearly closed them down.
Some would have you believe that ghost experiences are the product of the ignorant and unobservant and that investigators are haphazard thrill-seekers. A new book by Keith Linder challenges these stereotypes.