12 January 2000
Cannibals; the human lightning rod; Cody, the talking dog; nine-person human mobile; maggot therapy; woman with sacral agenesis; Etch-a-Sketch artist; the human owl; 18th century vampire protection kit.
A man born without lower legs runs with the aide of Flexfoot; The Lizard Man; Students at Iowa State University Etymology Club prepare various insect recipes; 1950s: From France, Indian Yogis; A pool trick shot artist teaches his dog to shoot pool; A man who has lost an eye to cancer does stunts with his empty eye socket; A woman wants to undergo foot binding; 1948: Mirin Dajo allows himself to be stabbed; A man attempts cut-away bungee jumping; A meteorite from Mars.
26 January 2000
Weapons of the 21st Century; White sharks; microchip implanted in brain; human hair clothing; autism; musical instruments from junk; fireworks suit.
2 February 2000
Geoff Smith, whose mother stayed buried alive for 101 days, attempts to stay buried for 147 days; A man writes the Lord's Prayer on a grain of rice twice; The World's Fastest Gun; 1934: Tiny Kline hangs by her teeth over TImes Square; A dog is reputed to be able to sniff cancer; The rifle fish spits water to knock bugs into the water; Komodo dragon researcher studies their immune systems; 3D performance artist; 1940: Lavardo, the Voodoo Torture King; A martial artist knocks people out with the "death touch;" Chastity belt.
9 February 2000
A man falls in his parents' flower garden and impales his neck on a spike supporting a plant; The Lightning Stalker; A man searches for the Ark of the Covenant; A woman undergoes numerous surgeries to resemble Nefertiti; 1936: Mr. Skeets gets married at age 90 to a 20-year-old; A tattoo artist makes postage-stamp sized tattoos of classic paintings; A collection of musical instruments made from matchsticks; A woman teaches parrots to identify objects by name; A man attempts to pull two fire trucks; 19th mask from Cameroon made from human skin.
16 February 2000
Snake venom milker; 1939: Sword swallower Edna Price swallows a neon tube; Toast art; Seven-year-old artist; The Torture King lies on a bed of nails with a car on top of him; The world's smartest dog; 18th century poacher trap.
23 February 2000
Body modification artist; Underground city in Australia; Bee venom therapy; A sheep thinks it's a dog; A man rides the world's smallest bicycle; In Nepal, Kumaris are revered until puberty; A man has a cannonball dropped on him and his hit by a wrecking ball; Cafe Noir serves customers in total darkness; A cook at a diner picks up a table with his teeth; Palau islanders eat bats at a restaurant; A restaurant in China that serves rats.
1 March 2000
A martial arts instructor teaches his students to absorb powerful blows; Practioners of Thaipusam endure piercings as a show of faith; A three-year-old can identify cars by make and model; Psychiatric museum; 1957: An Indian man lies on crushed glass under a steam roller; A man makes a bear-proof suit; Blind bowler; A man who has eaten an airplane; Tibetan flute made from a femur.
8 March 2000
The Rollerman of Paris; Sewage diver; Leech therapy; An anthropologist has four-inch toenails; Honoré Fragonard's art; The Big Texan restaurant food challenge: Eat a 4½ pound steak in one hour; 1931: Bertie Tillman walks a tightrope 300 feet above the street; A man attempts to stack 10 bowling balls; A man with a three-story train set; A woman free dives over 100 feet; Fiji Mermaid.
15 March 2000
Corset Women - Odd Couple - Fastest Brain - Baby Signing - Seat King - Induced Heart Attack - Rodeo Bull Survivor - Sleeping With Snakes.
22 March 2000
A man has root canal surgery with only hypnosis as anesthesia; A man who can turn his feet around backwards; Seeing-eye horse; 2000-lb. rubber-band ball; Microscopic sculptures; A blind golfer; A woman pulls six tons; Piranha expert; A Chilean actress lives in a glass house for two weeks; A man rummages through trash to save money; Cave jumping in Mexico; Alferd Packer's head.
29 March 2000
A man swims 150 feet under freezing water; Body farm; Spanish Inquisition spiked torture chair; Rat temple in India; Blind Jack Russell terrier has its own seeing eye dog; An artist carves tiny sheep and leaves them around the world; A performance artist swallows a chair leg; A woman with an incredible memory; A woman videotapes herself being hit by lightning; A Londoner does not use right turns when driving; A man with stretchy skin; Ivory Coast fertility statues.
5 April 2000
A child in a Ugandan village is reputed to have been raised by monkeys; Ice Hotel; A man has open heart surgery by a doctor operating a robotic system; A 1200-foot gum wrapper chain; A skier falls over 800 feet down a mountain; Two women run a crime clean-up service; Sand Hogs worked 800 feet below the street level; A disabled veteran has a dog that helps him around; Volcano explorers; 1920s: A motorcycle is reputed to get 1000 miles on one tank of gas; A Qi-Jong master displays its healing powers; Trepanation device.
2 August 2000
Seven-year-old body builder; a man balances atop two chairs near the edge of a cliff; A counting dog;Phillipino villagers undergo crucifixion as as show of faith; A man marries a Barbie Doll, which he thinks is inhabited by his former fiancée; Frank 'Cannonball' Richards; the edge of a cliff; metal objects stick to a man's body; Bryan Ferguson, master arch; velociraptor skeleton.
9 August 2000
Enigma and Katzen; Blind man drives bicycle using echolocation; free diver dives into a sunken ship; water skier Banana George; remote village in Colombia travels across valley on zip line; participants in a Phuket,Thailand Taoist ritual endure piercings; poison dart frogs; Skydiving tennis; Contortionist couple attempt to squeeze into a 30" x 20" x 31" box; convicted murderer Joseph Paul Jernigan's body is donated to science; couple raise horse in a log cabin; in 1949, Charley Lupica stays on a pole for 117 days, waiting for the Cleveland Indians to get into first place; Buell Frazier's car, who have Lee Harvey Oswald a ride to the School Book Depository
16 August 2000
An escape artist attempts an escape from a cage dropped from an airplane; The Museum of Mummies in Guanajuato, Mexico; Fire chaser; A Chinese grocer store with coaster carts; A kidney patient finds a donor on the Internet, whom she later marries; A dog rescues abandoned cats; 1958: A hula-hooping dog; A family of stilt-walkers; A woman paints with her breasts; Matt 'The Tube' Crowley; Mongolian torture box.
23 August 2000
A powerboat racer is trapped under water for four minutes; Clothing made from grass; Home on top of a bulldozer; Motorcycle accident; Villagers dine with deceased relatives; Trash can fashion; Pot-bellied pig saves owner suffering heart attack; Teen-aged Top Gun; Kayaking over a waterfall; 1962: The "Amphi," an amphibious car from Germany; An escape artist suspended beneath a crane attempts to escape from two straitjackets with a boa constrictor around his neck;
6 September 2000
Vanuatu vine jumpers; 1932: Bea Kyle dives into a pool of flaming water; The von Hoffman Brothers have a fireworks duel; Anaconda researchers; World's fastest talker; Extreme unicyclist; Men with very long hair in China; Men who use homing pigeons to carry film to be processed; A Chinese man can throw needles through a class; 1938: The White family of West Virginia have 17 children; A man from the UK who has lost his sight in a car accident drives a race car; A couple attempt to drive up and down 70º hill; A camel bladder used to transport perfume.
30 August 2000
Body Painter; Beetle Mania; Crash Test Dummy; Sky Walker; Sweat Marathon; Snoring Man; Bamboo Ritual; Bullet Artist; Unbelievable Impalements; Fireworks.
13 September 2000
Traditional Samoan tattoos; Hissing cockroaches; 55-seat bicycle; An artificial indoor beach in Japan; A man attempts to limbo dance under a six-inch bar; The 'Invisibles,' panhandlers in India, put curses on people who do not donate; An entomologist analyzes bug splats on windshields; Chip art collector; A Dutchman becomes king of a village in Ghana; 1932: an 82-year-old sharpshooter; A snake charmer puts snakes in his nose and lets them come out his mouth; Phrenology machine.
20 September 2000
Two-legged dog; Civilian builds and launches a rocket 12 miles high; Pill-sized camera; Stainless steel hair; Double great white attack; Once a year, women villagers get to beat their husbands; Art with plastic explosives; North Korean basketball player; World's tallest man; Suitcase car; Robot chauffeur; Self-propelled lawnmower; Hight-tech batting helmet; Bear died by eating garbage
27 September 2000
A six-year-old golfer shoots holes-in-one; Teenage boys in an Amazon River tribe get bitten by fire ants as a rite of passage; Emperor and desert hairy scorpions; A man who can unscramble long words in his head; Robotic bartender in London; 1936: A letter from 11-year-old Charles Schultz about his dog; A car powered by french fry grease; A man builds a house of cards that supports 1200 pounds; 1951: Australian schoolchildren learn to use a bull whip; Verdun residents continue to find unexploded ordnance; A Vienna, Austria, clothing retailer holds a streaking contest; A suspension artist is carried by helicopter over the Hollywood sign; Peter Kurten's head.
10 January 2001
A man is stabbed in the head with a hunting knife; A crocodile doctor retrieves a monitoring device from monitoring; A 14-year-old who lost both legs in a train accident plays football and basketball; A dog treats cordless phones as though they were her puppies; A motorcyclist attempts a 360º flip; A performance artist eats earthworms during her show; Latex clothing; A slack-liner walks a rope 200 feet above the ground; 1930s mail order home electric shock therapy machine
17 January 2001
A man allows himself to be covered by 60,000 bees, with another 50 in his mouth; An Australian man preserves his father's tattoos; A swimming instructor uses a crocodile to get his swimmers to swim faster; A two-headed turtle; A man maintains a farm for mutant animals; A cat that lives in a tree has not come down for three years; A man squeezes through a tennis racket; A performance artist swallows a 23-inch sword; A man attempts to hand-walk up the World Trade Center; A man paints clothing on models; Civil War amputation kit.
24 January 2001
A man loses his face when his nasal cavity is invaded by a flesh-eating fungus; A woman with some of the world's longest fingernails; A scorpion sculpture made from fingernail clippings; 1964: The Rocket Belt jet pack; A nine-year-old boy survives being shot in the heat with an arrow; The Punkin Chunkin' contest; A man creates a floating island from plastic bottles; A three-wheeled electric car; Maggot cheese; Qi-Gong practitioners in Taiwan attempt to pull a truck with ropes attached to their private parts; Bubble wrap clothing; A man attempts to jump out of one airplane and into another; Mike the Headless Chicken.
One-wheeled motorcycle; Jailbird rodeo poker at Angola State Prison; A woman uses cremains in her artwork; A man with an extra foot; A man with customized remote control gadgets in his house; A cat with no pelvis has a custom made wheelchair; Underwater cameramen photograph sharks without a shark cage; A woman is covered in broken glass; A man free climbs skyscrapers; A men develops a super bra for women to hide secret weapons; A white buffalo
7 February 2001
A man kisses cobras on their heads; A five-year-old runs around Lake Montebello; A man born with missing fingers has toes grafted onto his hand; 1960: Automated baby nursery; The world's best jump roper, The Rope Warrior; A man gets into a Plexiglass case with 1000 roaches; 1957: A Dalmatian gives birth to 17 puppies; In 2001, a Great Dane gives birth to 18 puppies; Back-up race car drivers; Sword performance artist; A marksman attempts to hit a target 3000 feet away; Cambodian villagers go to two bulls to be cured of their ailments; A man gets breast implants on a bet; 19th century coffin with a bell in case you woke up.
14 February 2001
A man has a microchip implanted to help use his legs; Blowgun expert; Cow jockey; Museum of Death; A skull supplier uses carrion beetles to clean them; 10-foot mustache; Conjoined twins; A man balances a bowling ball on his face; A man makes clothing out of books; Portable lie detector; Feeding barracudas and moray eels by hand; 19th century dental equipment
28 February 2001
A man finds he has been carrying a bullet in his skull for 25 years; eight-year-old motorcycle rider jumps over 10 cars; man makes sharks jump out of the water; Detroit Hair Grammies; sports playing dog; man makes scale model of the White House; a man pulls his friend on a skateboard across a bridge with hooks in his eye sockets; 73-year-old female body builder; a man walks atop a ferris wheel; 19th century thumb cuffs.
4 April 2001
A motorcycle stunt biker has to undergo reconstructive facial surgery after a stunt goes wrong; An adult actor with a condition called hypopituitarianism passes for a kid; Body piercings as a demonstration of faith; Camel races in Nevada; 1934: Chicago Snowbirds swim in a frozen river; A car with a stereo that reaches 162 decibels; A 47-year-old woman undergoes trepanation for treatment for chronic fatigue; Trained falcons used to scare away other birds at JFK airport; A skateboarder attempts a stunt after being dropped 40 feet from a helicopter; A musical group from Japan performs hanging by their ankles; A young woman is covered with leopard spot tattoos; Party favors based on a World War I mustard gas rattle.
A crewman on an aircraft carrier is sucked into the engine of a fighter jet; A mechanical monster, Robosaurus, demolishes cars; A man creates the "Ultimate Taxi"; Suspension Artist creates the "Human Wishbone";A house cat 42 inches tall, weighing 36 pounds; A woman who lost both arms as the result of a childhood accident; Photographs of an armless, legless furniture maker; 1959: Typewriter artist; A man makes an electric suit; An artist creates art by regurgitating on a canvas; Thai villagers ring in the new year with a water fight; A man makes 3D casts of people's bodies; Combat toe rings.
18 April 2001
A man sailing solo across the Atlantic has to operate on his own elbow; A man races a motorcycle backwards; A man water skis on his hands with a woman on his back; A biologist uses bugs, geckos, and frogs to control unwanted pests; Machine shop owner invents motorized in-line skates; Villagers in Northern Japan ride 13-ton logs down a hill; A Parisian restaurant caters to dogs; A man in Detton, Texas, has a 12-ton ball of barbed wire; A man takes a corn kernel into his nose and pops it out his tear duct; Lizard photographer; A road in France plays a tune when the driver goes the speed limit; A man attempts to pull a 32,000-pound truck; A mortician's cooling board.
25 April 2001
A boater's face is rebuilt from a photograph after it had been smashed in a boating accident; Blind goalie; Netherlands peat bog mummies; Coffin furniture; Animal trainer; A cockatoo gets prosthetic legs; Hybrid monster truck; A man allows electricity to pass through his body as it powers appliances; A hula hooper attempts to whirl 82 at once; 1960: A car as one tire removed and is driven from Detroit to Chicago; The Cat Man; Lockjaw openers.
11 July 2001
Homemade Jet; Quad Walker; Scuba Diving Dog; Well Racing; Tumor Woman; Flame-Throwing Car; Clothes Pin Man; Mile High Bungee; Tattoo Lady; 11 O'Clock Nudes.
18 July 2001
Pool table made from ice; Prosthetic lens enables blind man to see; Man makes motorized couches and bathrooms; Dog swallows 15-inch serrated knife; Egg parka jacket; Indonesian tribe keeps mummy of a tribal elder; Blind softball team; Man catches an egg with his mouth; Rocket-powered street luge; Clothing made from chocolate; Man attempts to have 10,000 women sit on his lap; Tramp chair
25 July 2001
A man who who ingested cleaning fluid has to live without his esophagus; Valentino Scissorhands; In the Ethiopian Mursi village, women stretch their lips; A man eats bugs and worms; Freediver can hold his breath for five minutes; A town in Uruguay is besieged by waves of sea foam; A man sucks milk through his nose, and squirts it out his tear duct; Legless mountain climber; Clothing made from dog hair; A Cuban man has a face full of piercings; Mummified Egyptian cat
24 October 2001
The Electric Gir; Man sits in a pen with 500 scorpions for 45 minutes; Impaled pizza driver; 1960: An inverted house in Fort Lauderdale; Black light tattoos; Law in Pocatello, Idaho: It's illegal to frown; Peruvian scissors dance; Capuccini Catacombs in Palermo, Sicily; Tree-climbing cocker spaniel; Cyclist rides a bicycle on the edge of a hotel five stories high; Bra artist; Kickboxing nuns; Ring with a miniature six-shooter.
8 August 2001
Rattlesnake Wrangler; C-Cell speeder; Anatomic Art; Credit Card Camera; Ice Golf; Lightbulb Changer; Finger Sacrifice; Knife In The Back; Super Dog; Belly Billboards; Tongue twister.
15 August 2001
Car hopping; Parabungee jumping; A dentist performs a root canal on herself; A woman with a collection of 200,000 hubcaps; A restaurant in Beijing that serves live scorpions; Iditasport Extreme race; A man attempts to support half a ton while lying on a bed of barbed wire; A man surfs behind his motorbike while still driving it; A demolition crew demolishes a house using only their hands and feet; The woman with the world's longest legs; Witch catcher tool.
22 August 2001
Skydiving Marathon; Man With Half A Brain; Tree Cafe; Tumor Tribe; Toe Donation; Red Crab Invasion; Tough Guy Race; Bikini Meter Maids; Limbo skater; Jumbo jet emergency landing.
29 August 2001
Ray's Hell; Chimney Sweep; Human Shish-Ka-Bob; Garbage Artist; Ostrich People; Blind Golfer; Floating Fish; Ear Bus; Hot Air Parachute; supermodel.
28 November 2001
A baby has in utero surgery; A house is constructed in three hours, ten minutes; A man lands an airplane on a car; Turkish village uses water snakes to heal their illnesses; A man has a home built in an old railroad water tower; In Raleigh, NC, it is illegal to curse in front of the dead; A blackbird pecks at passersby;A man makes art out of scrap metal; A man born with no arms or legs plays sports; A man walks over 1200º metal plates; 1928 a Cuban man can pop his eyes; A man paints art on teeth; 250-pound flying saucer; A man photographs models underwater; 24-inch high car; Katar dagger
12 September 2001
A woman attempts to pull a truck attached to hooks in her back; SCAD diving; Jewelry made from human bones; 1947: cellular rubber allows an egg to hit and bounce; A man from the UK drives a motorcycle despite having only one arm and one leg; Playing cards shown with real people's images; A man becomes an artist after a propeller strike hits his head; Indian villagers gulp guppies to treat their asthma; In Singapore, chewing gum is illegal; Human castles in Catalan, Spain; A man breeds one-pound Yorkshire terriers; Golfer on Stilts; Cockroach eater; Special rice wine containing mice used as an elixir.
19 September 2001
A man accidentally shoots a nail into his head; A secret house 30 feet below the Las Vegas Strip; 1963: gyrocopter boat plane; A BASE jumper crashes into a waterfall; World's fastest artist; Bolivian villagers dig up the dead to retrieve skulls to keep them well; Yamakasi run through France; Nepal polo game using elephants instead of horses; The Ice Man attempts to stay in a meat locker for an hour at -35ºF; A man street skis at 60 mph; Condemned prisoner 'El Fusilado' is shot eight times, but survives; A patient receives a bionic arm after losing one to cancer; Clothing made from jewelry; A Southern California town moons an Amtrak train once a year; Necklace from New Guinea made from larvae.
18 December 2002
A woman fires a bow and arrow with her feet while doing a handstand; The world's largest skateboard; A man removes prairie dogs with a suction hose; Men float away using 400 helium balloons; A Burmese Padaung woman removes her neck rings; Chimp martial artist; A man's finger is used for reconstructive surgery after penile cancer; A man swallows snakes, then regurgitates them; Helios Solar Wing propeller-driven aircraft flies at over 96,000 feet; The Cat Man has whiskers implanted; Balloon bikinis; Indians from Ecuador make a shrunken head and torso.
17 April 2002
A man eats fish eyeballs, roosters prides, bull pizzle, and other foods; A stunt driver slides on his belly while being dragged by a rocket car; A veterinarian puts portholes into cattle to examine stomach contents; 1953: A French car has 600 pounds of electronic equipment; A man redesigns his motorcycle into the Rocket Roadster; A Romanian villager licks peoples' eyeballs to remove foreign bodies; A skateboarding dog; A child is born with the heart outside the body; A contortionist folds himself into airplane carry-on luggage; A man attempts to spin 25 basketballs simultaneously; The world's most pierced woman; Self-defense underwear; Cameroon mask made with human skin covering.
23 January 2002
A man allows himself to have a cannon fired at his belly; Hollywood stunt man; A man builds his own submarine; Cow urine; Pet goose; A couple is married while suspended by piercings; A skater is pulled by a helicopter; Mermaid girl; Bee keeper turns bee swarm into a bee bikini; A girl in the UK finds a balloon from a girl with the same name; Mood car; Strip aerobics class; Sword made from a sawfish snout.
30 January 2002
A woman has 750,000 volts go through her body; A man sits in a bathtub full of leeches; A man can not stop hiccuping; 1933: a bike with a bouncing seat to exercise muscles; a man makes a house out of cheese; A sheep with prosthetic back legs; A woman contracts a flesh-eating bacteria; A man pulls nails out of a board with his teeth; World's largest kite; A woman from the Dominican Republic has backwards facing knees; Clothing made from bicycle tires; Fijian armor made from coconut husks and human hair.
6 February 2002
World's strongest man pound-for-pound; A man attempts to hitch a ride on a hammerhead; A man attempts to pop a wheelie at over 80 mph; 1955: Austrian inventor makes a pocket ski lift; Guinea worm infestation; Model of the Hindenburg and warships made from matchsticks; A goose with an injured beak receives a prosthetic; A model's face is rebuilt after a disfiguring car accident; A woman opens beer bottles with her teeth; A golf putter made from a bull's pizzle; A hairdresser cuts hair underwater; Red Rock, Nevada, is invaded by crickets every year; A one-legged hula dancer; A small spy camera from World War II.
13 February 2002
A man pulls an SUV with his throat; Scorpion eater; A man makes a tree house out of his truck; Maine ski slope made from sewage; Clothing made from hair; A reporter who has prosthetic arms and legs; Scuba-diving cat; A man survives being impaled on rebar; A man slices an apple in his wife's mouth; One-man home-made submarine; The Leopard Man of Skye; Jewelry made from beetles; Mummified head from Turkey.
20 February 2002
A man attempts to bend rebar against his neck, a doctor performs liposuction on himself; Recipient of a seeing-eye horse; Two-year-old skateboarder; Bone artwork; Boxer dog has long tongue; A woman missing half her arms and legs attempts to swim across Lake Erie; A villager in India picks up needles with his eyelids; Scuba-diving cat; A man is impaled on rebar; Pole-sitting competition in Hamburg, Germany; 1951 lumberjacks; magnet-powered flashlight; Body art; Cleavage jeans; Fijian tool used by cannibals
12 June 2002
Globetrotters play against gymnasts wearing jumping shoes; A man loses his face in a bear attack; Coffin car; Man with a collection of 50,000 spiders; Whirling dervishes endure piercings as a show of faith; A town welcomes purple martins; A man is impaled by a pipe; A man lifts weights with strings attached to his eyelids; Mobile, Alabama, has a law against wearing stilettos; 1962 Andy Varipapa demonstrates trick shots; Paintings on human bodies; Fossilized whale vertebra; World's largest earlobes; Jesse James' gun
6 March 2002
Suspension artists make a human mobile; Blind baseball team; A man makes a portrait of Dean using bubblegum; Hair temple in India; Art made from gum balls; 1946: portable fire escapes in Atlanta; A pet boa constrictor swallows a heating pad; A man loses an arm in a train accident; A pilot attempts an 11-G stunt; A company that sends cremated ashes into space; Sushi served on live models; A pet washing machine; A tree that has grown around a ram's horns.
20 March 2002
A man attempts to smash through 20 concrete slabs with his shoulder; A man attempts a 360º sandboarding backflip; Villagers in Thailand eat rats to reduce the population; Farmers make a six-acre Mona Lisa out of a corn field; A man makes a boat car; A man is impaled by a tree branch in an auto accident; A Gatling gun that shoots rubber bands; A man attempts to ride a bicycle across the United States on one wheel; A couple use only black and white colors; A 400-pound adult bison; Remote controlled surgery; 1950: In Europe, the 'Soccer Tactician' contraption is used for practice; A man who can pop his eyes; A woman who reads clients' behinds; Eye spikes torture device.
27 March 2002
Double backflip bicyclist; Seven-year-old pool prodigy; Man modifies body in tribute to other cultures; Two-legged cat; Man makes his own dentures in his garage; Church in Czech Republic has artwork made from bones; Man extracts bee honey with his bare hands; A man survives for eight days trapped in a car; A man attempts to stuff 18 wieners in his mouth; 1958: Super station wagon features a working stove, boat, and tent house; A child in India is born with a tail; Ice sculpture; Helmet made from porcupine fish.
3 April 2002
A man attempts to snatch an arrow out of the air; A skier attempts a twisting quadruple back flip; World's fastest artist; Surfboarding dog; A Chinese villager has a parasitic twin face on the right side of his head; Knife massage; An Indian man can write with his hands and feet at the same time; A man survives an internal decapitation; 1942: Robert Jones flies to New York in an ice cube; Update on the man without a face; Bikini skiing in Telluride, Colorado; A gun with an eight-foot barrel and two-inch bore for shooting down flocks of ducks.
18 September 2002
The Wolf Boy's baby; Man with 12 fingers; 1932: four-year-old Billy Crawford flies away in a helium balloon; The Regurgitator; Dodge Viper races an F16; Elvis Presley's blue suede shoes; A cat learns to eat with a fork; A woman catches alligators with her bare hands.
17 July 2002
A man can turn his head 180º; Man builds a roller coaster in his back yard; A man who eats rotten and spoiled food; An Indian holy man buries his head in the sand for hours; A motorcycle rider attempts a 200-foot jump; 1966: nuns use scooters to move around a hospital; A man keeps his grandfather's frozen body; A beagle who walks on her front paws; Playmate Water Challenge; Claude de Lorraine's decomposed arm.
24 July 2002
A man water skis behind a seaplane; The Murthi brothers, who have microcephaly, in an Indian village are revered by the locals; A five-year-old yo-yo expert; 1962: A ten-ton scale model of the German cruise ship Bremen; A two-wheel motor-board; Anvil shooting; A man is so allergic to insect bites that he wears a bee suit when he goes outside; A man's dog dives to the bottom of a pool to retrieve toys; A young girl born without arms competes in martial arts; Indian devotees crawl 50 miles as a show of faith; A mummified falcon from Egypt; Electric clothing.
31 July 2002
A woman hangs by her teeth in the 'Slide for Life;' Archive footage of Tiny Kline; A woman has 16 pet rats; Videos of developing sharks eating the eggs of their siblings; A man crashes in two aircraft in one day; Stilt-walking village in Thailand; Skateboarding chimp; A man loses eight fingers in an industrial accident; Body binding; American flag contact lens; 1962: Germans invent a remote-controlled boat to pull skiers; Suspension artists; A man sculpts with butter; Coke bottle and Lion shaped coffins
17 March 2002
Record card thrower; Armless cello player; A man makes furniture out of computer boxes; 1952: A man makes a car with a fuselage and propeller; Indian monks pull out their hair one by one; A girl with half a brain; A family lives with 9 pigs; A Nicaraguan man has the world's largest hand; A model is sculpted in chocolate; Harry Houdini's handcuff.
14 August 2002
A man eats food, then suctions back out his stomach contents; ice hotel update; A man makes clothing out of pennies; Indian villagers endure piercings as a show of faith; Family with chips implanted; Cow magnets; Fish dentist; A skydiver loses both legs in a skydiving accident; A man attempts to drive his jeep on water; 1932: Eric Dill plays his hands; A man has the body of his wife preserved in a room he built for her; Miami restaurant B.E.D. offers dinner in bed; Cockfighting spurs.
A man holds the bungee cords for a jumper; A handicapped man attempts to walk with the aid of a computer; A wheelchair-bound man grabs onto buses to help speed him along; World's largest gnome collection; Villagers in India drink from human skulls to capture the spirits; A man has his arms ripped off in a farming accident; 1964: The Marsh Amphibian is designed to carry 1000 pounds across lakes, bogs, and sloughs; 17th century staff with the head of Pan; Pet rabbit likes to lie in a bucket of water; A man who is allergic to his own tears; Walk-in spray-on tan machine; 1930s Eye Normalizer gadget that was supposed to help correct vision.
Stunt bicyclist; A soldier has an unexploded grenade removed from his leg; Chewing gum art work; A Rottweiler undergoes plastic surgery after he is shot in the face; In a Thai village, a drink is made with poisonous centipedes; A man who loses his legs when he is hit by a train becomes a ken-do master; A woman is scalped in a farming accident; 1949: boat jousting in France; Rocket-powered snow skis; A cat has a mouse as a companion; A man can turn his leg 180º after he breaks his leg; Iceland's Blue Lagoon, a lake made from power plant runoff; A scrimshaw human skeleton by James Durham
A 79-year-old man attempts to set a free throw record; A wheelchair-bound man attempts to pull a bus 100 feet; A three-year-old geography prodigy; Catacombs of Paris; Cambodian villagers eat fried tarantulas; A couple lives with 350 birds; An Austrian police officer receives a double hand transplant after having both his hands blown off; 33 Indian soldiers attempt to get on one motorcycle; Camel nose plugs; A kangaroo survives having an arrow in her neck for three weeks; 1948: A California football coach invents the motorized tackle dummy; A woman who makes personalized sculptures; Annie Oakley.
16 September 2002
Buñol, Spain, Tomatina Festival; Shrunken head collector; Vintage diving equipment; Australian man makes a cowboy portrait covering four square kilometers in the Outback; Man races cable car up one of San Francisco's steepest hills; World's largest cigar; World's smallest woman; A collection of 14,000 bunnies; Luray Caverns organ; Man swallows dentures, but doesn't find out until two years later; Cat survives being shot by an arrow; 1948: a seven-month-old girl already knows how to swim; Extasky Airlines; A goat/sheep hybrid with four horns.
8 January 2003
A man attempts to stuff nine Madagascar cockroaches in his mouth; Speed stacking; 1964: A portable helicopter is flown at Eglin Air Force Base; A 15-year-old girl has a three-pound hair ball removed from her stomach; Conjoined twins; Surfing cat; Bikini trading cards; African judgment chair from Ghana.
15 January 2003
A man attempts to break 1500 boards; A man makes a monorail in his back yard; In Greensburg, Indiana, a tree grows out of a church's clock tower; In a Nigerian village, women are fed to become fat before they get married; A woman's skin turns gray after having taken colloidal silver as a child; An alligator dies after having eaten 200 golf balls; The FLIP ship; A motorcycle rider hops onto another motorcycle and back to his while they are still in motion; A gorilla has cataract surgery; 1956: early personal watercraft known as the Skimmer; A man with a large foot from gigantism; A couple makes clothing from bison hair; Underwater models; An elephant foot humidor from the 1930s.
An escape artist attempts to escape from being tied up by the man with the world's largest biceps; A man attempts to drive his snowmobile over the water; Motorized snowboard; Indian villagers rub themselves with the ashes of the dead after bathing in the Ganges; Two people attempt to climb a 7000-foot peak using stilts; An Indian girl is scalped by a Ferris Wheel; Doggles, goggles for dogs; 1945: Army artists make an 80-foot by 60-foot map of Tokyo; An elephant has part of his tusk removed and replaced with stainless steel crowns; A man builds a flying car; Nude house painter; Robert Wadlow's shoe.
29 January 2003
A man attempts to jump over cars in a motorcycle while driving backwards; Cambodian natives collect land mines; A seven-year-old kid can lift twice his body weight; A horse is fitted with a prosthetic leg; An armless woman sews with her mount; A woman is stretched from 4'7" to 5'; World's smallest book; 1945: British test a floating airstrip;Cat woman returns; A woman poses with snakes; A lock of Marilyn Monroe's hair.
5 February 2003
The Human Cannonball returns after a devastating injury; A woman has her dead pets mounted; A couple build a miniature model of their hometown; A minister transports coffins by motorcycle; An Indian teen is only two feet tall; A man is impaled by a 2x4; A dog identified by microchip is found 1000 miles away from its home; A man with an inflatable forehead; A human-sized dryer; A man paints on dead bats.
12 February 2003
A man attempts eating 1000 worms in one hour; Basketball juggler; A man does artwork with a typewriter; A British man builds an town based on the American Old West; A man has not sat down in three years because of his bad back; A woman in Africa has reconstructive surgery after her face is attacked by Noma; 1951: Itralian fire-fighting team from Rome; Products made from toad leather; A man develops software that keeps his cat out if tries to carry in prey; A woman paints outfits on women's bodies; A skull from a Peruvian tribe, elongated from head binding.
19 February 2003
A man water skis barefoot while simultaneously driving his boat; a woman lies on a bed of only four nails while her assistant stands on her; A man celebrates Christmas every day of the year; Balloon artist make a sculpture using 40,000 balloons; Bird's nest soup; Flame haircut; A woman with hands, but no arms; 1967: telephone workers in Berlin unearth an unexploded two-ton bomb from World War II; A pig farmer wears a pig mask when he feeds; A dog gets braces; A man gets tattoos; Leopard Larry; A makeup artist paints artwork on human bodies; A teapot made from a skull.
26 February 2003
Belly Button Bottle Opener; Frisbee Ashes; Matchstick Apartment; Lingerie Shark Dive; Senior Skier; Bone Furniture; Hardware Store Brace; Plane Crasher; Mini Moo; Fastest Barber; Paintball Catcher; Dog Armor; Showgirls.
5 March 2003
Foilboarding; A blind skier; Underwater bicycle; Villagers in India dig up corpses of ancestors and dine on them; The world's fastest hands; Romans recreate gladiator battles; Medical cupping; 1967: Police demonstrate and anti-mob weapon called the 'Instant Banana Peel," a powder that gets slick when water is added; A man pulls the Ripley's tour bus 30 feet; A tortoise is given a wheel to replace an amputated leg; The checkered man; A woman attempts a parasailing record; Crocodile teeth dentures.
12 March 2003
A man sets up a chain reaction crossbow stunt; A man attempts a 360º in a snowmobile. A man makes artwork out of toast; A dog and her puppies are rescued from a burning house; A woman decorates rooms with garbage; Doctors leave a 13-inch retractor in a patient after abdominal surgery; 1967: Inflatable windshield; A doctor makes a computer that gives artificial sight to the blind; A man invents an inflatable surfboard; A preserved baby pig from the 1930s has a snout like an elephant.
19 March 2003
The world's largest rubber band ball is dropped from an airplane; 300 skydivers make the world's largest formation; A man attempts to climb the CN Tower in a wheelchair; Canal vaulting in The Netherlands; A man walks on 60-foot stilts; Double decker, 21-seat tricycle; Inline skaters skate nude for a photo op in San Francisco;
6 August 2003
A man attempts to ride down volcano Cerro Negro in Nicaragua; Seven-year-old piano prodigy; 1945: sleds made from torpedo casings pulled by a tank; An Indian man fills his eyes with sand; A man develops a huge sore on his belly after being bitten by a cobra; Board-breaking contest; V10 engine motorcycle; Naked Nuews; Body of a man killed by tuberculosis preserved in arsenic
13 August 2003
A skateboarder attempts a 360 loop with an 8-foot section of board missing; four-year-old political whiz; Thai villagers harvest buffalo dung to eat the beetles inside; 11-year-old Patrick German receives the Van Ness procedure to deal with his cancerous leg; A man's dog is shot while defending him; A man makes a car mounted with 2000 cameras and light meters; 1967: Russell Winn develops the electric bike; Fossilized dinosaur eggs
20 August 2003
A pilot attempts to make an airplane stand still vertically; 14-year-old wakeboarder; Man joins the Sour Toe Cocktail Club with his own toe; A boomerang expert attempts to slice an egg off his own head; A Vietnam who has lost his legs to a land mine attempts to run the Los Angeles Marathon; A dog that has been run over by car, and shot by a policeman, miraculously survives; Slam dunk competition; Backpack with airbags for avalanche survival; 1952: Howard Hughes' 14-ton helicopter; Indian pacifist Mahesh Yadav makes images of world leaders using his own blood.
27 August 2003
A mountain boarder attempts a 360 over a pit of alligators; A 15-year-old attempts to sail the Atlantic Ocean alone; Eight-year-old children in Rajastan, Indian, are married; A woman attempts to blow the world's largest bubble gum bubble with her nose; A man has undergone nine surgeries to look like Michael Jackson; A golden retriever that can hold five tennis balls in his mouth; 1967: World's fastest helicopter; Hot dog eating contest; Fossilized whale eardrum.
3 September 2003
Pocket bike speed record attempt; A 16-year-old girl covers herself with bees; Two women compete in a nose tug of war; A man paraglides with his wife dangling beneath him; Girl with Goldenhar Syndrome receives a prosthetic jaw; Frisbee-catching dog; A farm in Robson Valley, British Columbia, is blanketed by spiderwebs covering 60 acres; Pool challenge; 1945: three-wheeled car; A portrait of Osama bin-Laden made from dryer lint.
24 September 2003
Man walks a plank from one balloon to another; Child supermodel; World's largest lasso; women bind their wrists to appease rain gods;8 1/2 month's pregnant woman is impaled;fly-powered airplane; sand castles; twin picture television; skateboarding distance attempt; 18th century Chinese exorcism dagger
17 September 2003
Two contestants compete to get the most scorpions in their mouths; The Human Crazy Straw; 10-year-old competitive surfer; World's longest origami animal; Indian villagers who give birth in tree platforms to protect themselves against rampaging elephants; A Cuban refugee receives a donor heart that is too small; 1967: Japanese twin picture TV sets show the same program on back-to-back screens; sewing basket made from an armadillo shell; Three-legged black leopard; 19th century cane with a gun.
10 September 2003
A man attempts to spend 24 hours under water; A six-year-old skateboarding prodigy; Man with Proteus Syndrome has large feet; Three-year-old snake handler; 1958: A motorcycle attempts to climb a 70º slope in Modesto, California; A man hangs between two airplanes flying at 5000 feet; Bellview restaurant in Germany has menus painted on wait staffers' bodies; Japanese long-tailed rooster.
1 October 2003
A man attempts a double back flip on his motorcycle; Child baseball prodigy; A man rides a nine-foot unicycle while jumping rope; Peruvian village build on an island made of reeds; A woman with a collection of 6000 tops; A South African woman delivers a baby from an ectopic pregnancy; A woman trains her pet goat to walk a 10-foot-high tightrope; A man develops an inflatable church with inflatable organ, alter, and pews; An escape artist attempts an escape from a straitjacket suspended beneath a balloon; Painstation video game; A dog is treated after swallowing a tennis ball; Restaurant serves 'Buffet in the Buff'; 18th century musket with a battle ax head.
8 October 2003
Two men compete to see who can break the most baseball bats; A man makes a portrait of Dean with 40,000 Lego blocks; A 14-year-old rock climber attempts to scale El Capitan; A 13-year-old boy in India has insects flying out of a sore in his groin; A pony the size of a dog; 1964: boat surfing in San Francicso Bay; An Indian woman has a surgical clamp left in her body for 21 years; A dentist has a collection of over 800 toothpaste tubes; Two brothers make a 2700-pount rubber band ball; Underwater artist; Tibetan drum made from a human skull;
15 October 2003
Two women compete in an underwater breath-holding competition; A teenager reputed to be eight feet tall; 1950: Louella Gallagher tosses knives around her children; South Pacific Islanders practice head binding; An acupuncturist who does his job with a blowgun; A woman falls out her window and is impaled on a fence; The Disaster Cafe in Spain simulates earthquakes; A man attempts to glide over the English Channel using a specialized suit after being dropped from 30,000 feet; A puppy with no front legs is adopted; A woman who makes artwork out of sonograms; caffeinated soap; A man who has lost his hands in an accident receives the Krukenberg procedure, turning his two forearm bones into pincers; Bikini Meter Maids update; Maori tribes crocodile claw rattle used in tribal ceremonies.
29 November 2003
24 October 2003
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