Then there are things that are definitely true, but little known, like the fact that bullet proof vests, fire escapes and windshield wipers were all invented by women.
There are things that certainly sound odd, but may be true. Like the belief that intelligent people may have more zinc and copper in their hair and beliefs you can't really prove like Leonardo Da Vinci invented scissors. A lot of people believe he did invent scissors, but where is any proof?
This page is devoted to the odd and other side of things.
Things like the Egyptians probably didn't build the pyramids or that John Wilkes Booth's family doesn't believe that John is buried in the grave with his name on the tombstone. They actually tell a pretty good story about how he escaped capture and lived out his life in a town in the south. There are actually some historical papers that make it look like they are right.
After reading the Warren Commission Report and looking at the film and other reports, I can tell you I have no idea who killed JFK. There is no official or even unofficial account that makes sense and agrees with all of the evidence.
If you think we know everything that happened on 9/11, then you might want to do an internet search for "Building 7." There is live news footage of the building collapsing hours after the planes hit the world trade center and if people agree on anything, they agree that no planes hit building 7.
A lot of people don't know that the Federal Reserve isn't federal and it holds no reserves, isn't that odd?
Or what about the generally agreed on fact that a rat can survive longer than a camel without water?
Then there is the little known, but definitely true fact that Weatherman Willard Scott was the first Ronald McDonald.
Don't you think it odd that Charlie Chaplin won third place in a Charlie Chaplin contest? He stumbled over the competition and thought it would be fun to enter it at the last moment. Can you imagine his surprise when he won third place?
Whenever you need a break from the pressing problems of the world, just take a few minutes to wander over here to the place where things are "Odd, But May Be True..."