Host Robert L. Ripley presents more of life's curiosities. These curiosities include: Takenouchi no Sukune, a modern day Japanese Methuselah who lived to age 308; the walking fish of Java, which as its name describes has legs; a ring that acts as a bookcase containing the smallest book ever printed; an approximately ten foot tall house of playing cards held together only by folds in the cards; a no smoking sign using twenty-two different languages; a small office building designed to look like a dresser drawer; a natural rock formation resembling an Indian head; an eighteen feet tall typewriter; the largest rubber tree in the world; a front yard filled with animal shaped topiaries; and a man who can tear a complete deck of cards into eighths. Written by
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