Meet the Michigan man who crossed Lake Michigan sitting backwards in a bathtub because of a $5 bet
Did you hear about the Michigan man who crossed Lake Michigan in a bathtub (sitting backwards, no less) because of a $5 bet? Well, the 54-year anniversary of his voyage was this week, so we’re telling his story.
54 years ago: Michigan man accepts $5 bet to cross Lake Michigan in a bathtub
One day at work, Lake Michigan came up in conversation when Jackson’s boss, Fred Behnke -- who Jackson called “a fellow loudmouth” -- confidently told coworkers it takes a large boat to cross any Great Lake, including Lake Michigan.
Q&A: John Wilson exploits what other filmmakers try to hide in final season of 'How To'
As John Wilson gears up to premiere the third and final season of his cult documentary series, “How To With John Wilson,” the filmmaker reflected on how a video camera changes people’s behavior — and how he exploits that for his show.
Avid search for missing Texas rodeo goat bringing residents of a small rural county together
The search for a rodeo goat that has been missing for more than a week has the residents of a rural South Texas county enthralled as they are using horses, ATVs and even contemplating utilizing a helicopter to find the missing animal.
The sea otter harassing surfers off the California coast eludes capture as her fan club grows
A sea otter launched into the national spotlight after social media images circulated of her aggressively wresting surfboards away from surfers off the coast of Santa Cruz, California is building a fan club as she continues to evade capture.