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Ron Baselice/Staff Photographer Will the real Amy Loendorf please step forward? The Plano resident was reflected in multiple mirrors as she went through the Enchanted Mirror Maze at Ripley's Believe It or Not! Grand Prairie during the 25th
The Big Apple accounted for 30 percent of all overseas travelers to the U.S...Petersburg (18th,with 449,000 overseas visitors) and Fort Lauderdale (tied for 20th). The tourism office didn't publish an estimate of the number of visitors to Fort
A family of 10-year-old quadruplets in Kamloops is dealing with more devastating news about the health of their children. Two of the boys were diagnosed with Lyme disease earlier this year and now tests show the other boy and girl also have the
No one knows more about enjoying Orlando's famous attractions than the Theme Park Rangers...EDT , June 25, 2014 Ripley's Entertainment is bringing back its Strange Mail Contest, which debuted last year. The company wants folks to ship them odd items
Kamloops are under review after a man jumped to his death while officers were trying to coax him to safety. The Independent Investigations Office was contacted Sunday night, shortly after the man jumped from the parkade at Royal Inland Hospital...
Ripley's asks Strange Mail contestants to think outside the box June 15, 2014 2:30pm A pumpkin bearing a US postage sticker is seen in an undated handout picture from Ripley Entertainment. Ripley's is holding its second annual Strange Mail Contest to
Select a date range Create a custom date range Paul Brinkmann 3:06 p.m. EDT , May 22, 2014 Ripley Entertainment, the parent company of Ripley's Believe it or Not museums, is moving its publishing arm to Orlando from London. The move means about 10
Edward Meyer is vice president of exhibits and archives for Orlando-based Ripley Entertainment, which has 31 attractions stocked with oddities. For the past three decades, he has purchased artifacts as varied as a stuffed two-headed cow and electric
Her portrait of Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta sold for $500, not too shabby for a high school junior. Then again, art made with unspooled cassette tape is bound to attract attention especially from the likes of the Ripley's Believe It or Not!
A 31-year-old man who pleaded guilty to killing his friend during a Kamloops house party will spend over four more years in prison. Torbin Alec stabbed 29-year-old Jesse Seymour six times in July 2012. Alec pleaded guilty to manslaughter last fall,