We really don’t mean to pick on our arachnophobes. Personally, we love spiders. Harry, our own tarantula, is a beloved part of the Museum and we respect the spider’s amazing place in the food chain (especially considering all the trouble they seem to have from wasps here and here). Creepy as some people find them, they do some amazing things. We showed you amazing video of a spider migration a while back. This time it’s a mass web, created by a group of spiders in Rowlett, Te
A swarm of locusts heading from Texas to Oklahoma was so large that it was detected on Doppler RADAR. In the Bible book of Exodus, chapter 10, Egypt is struck by a plague of locusts as Moses demands that the Pharaoh let his people go! What did Oklahoma do? According to National Geographic, locusts, which are normally more solitary insects, will band together into a ravenous group when conditions are lush. This group will move over the land, devouring everything it can. Swarms
Cryptopalooza is going to be a fantastic weekend of music, movies, cryptids and most important of all, FUN! Hey folks, just wanted to let everyone know that we’ll be a part of a fantastic cryptozoology event called CRYPTOPALOOZA, held deep in the heart of the Piney woods of East Texas in the comfy-cozy town of Jefferson. They’ll be movie screenings from across the crypto-sphere, Q & A’s with directors, presentations, music performances by major cryptozoologists, and we, the M
A giant owl found in Carrizo Springs, Tx This thing is HUGE! So huge in fact, many people doubt the authenticity of this photo but, for the believers, this confirms the Legend of Lechuza, a story that has been told in the Carrizo Springs area of South-West Texas for centuries. Pro *8 News writes: The legend of the “Lechuza” has been told in this area for years.
Now, a recent picture has sparked a discussion about whether the picture is real.
The picture believed to have bee
Hey everyone! If you ever wanted a sneak peak of some of the crazy stuff we have in the Museum of the Weird, now’s your chance! I will be appearing on the hit TV show Oddities, as show hosts Mike and Evan visit the halls of the Museum in their never-ending search for strange artifacts. The show airs at 9PM EST (that’s 8PM Central for all my Texan friends) tonight, Saturday, June 9th, on the Science Channel. Check your local cable listings. Here’s a link to the Oddities webs