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- 'The City Without Jews': Hugo Bettauer's Chilling 1922 Comedy
- 'The Good Old Days'
- An Actor, a Chorus Girl, and a POW Sneak into a Country: Tales of Illegal Immigration in the USA
- Babylon in Bellshill
- Cannibalism 
- Dangerous Females: The Flapper Hair Revolution of the 1920s
- Darwin Awards 
- Filing for a Patent
- Great Kissing Places: Botanical Garden, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- How to Survive an Office Move
- Love Must Advertise: The Sayers/Cournos Romance
- Male (Role) Models: Macaronis, Flaneurs, Crooners, Bronies
- Mary Toft - The Woman Who Gave Birth to Rabbits
- Men - Body Beautiful
- Misanthropy 
- Night, and How to Cope with it
- One Toke Over the Culture Line: Spiro Agnew, Brewer & Shipley, and Lawrence Welk
- Petroleum V Nasby and the Election of 1864
- Philanthropy 
- Power Cut Preparation
- Stranger Than Fiction 
- Banana Trip: Fake Hippie News from 1967
- Duality of Human Nature According to 'Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde'
- Evolution of the Dandies
- King of Prussia and the Potato Edict of 1756
- Potato Dumpling War of 1967
- Trick that Fooled Churchill
- Trick that Fooled Einstein
- Von Braun to Musk: A Short History of Space Pranks
- What to Consider Before Getting a Tattoo
- When Paderewski Met Mama Lou: Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay!
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