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It’s possible Old Man Weckels had been in a war at some point. Nobody in town was sure which one, though, and there was widespread skepticism regarding his awards, such as the Order of the Grand Archduke’s Valet, the Legion of Honorable Mention, and the Discretionary Cross of Valor.

At the moment of her death, the elder shaman Mara’akame transferred her spirit into this necklace, allowing her to commune with the spirit of any who wear it. In this way, she has gained the wisdom of centuries to teach her tribe for generations to come.

There are more than 40 extremely specific words for “camel” in Arabic, including baloolley (she-camel without calf that will or will not give milk depending on her mood) and gulaal (male camel unable to project the gland in his mouth), but none of them describe a souvenir sold for far more than it’s worth to a tourist in the souk.

The shadow of Christopher Nellerd was beloved in the town of Berk’s Falls, Minnesota as a civic leader, renaissance man, and all-around bon vivant. Nearly everyone in town attended his funeral: the mayor, whom he had saved from an orphanage fire as a child; four graduating classes of the school of international diplomacy he had founded; a half dozen of his successful heart transplant patients; and so many others. When the real Christopher Nellerd, car wash manager and divorcee living in West Plunkett 22 miles away, read the glowing eulogy of the shadow that had escaped him when he was 17 in exchange for the promise of a life free from the pressures of the spotlight, he spent a long, sad moment wondering how one could end up living in the shadow of a shadow.

Who can forget the final game of the 1928 Binwhipple Championship? The classic match might have seen the Harrisburg Grumwhellers claim victory against the Akron Tomtomhoops until legendary filsner Tommy Buntz stepped up to the wickowak, steeled his gaze at his longtime nemesis, Harrisburg fontzer Obie Doobmeyer, and let fly the most magnificent hamchamptanger, knocking the fontz straight through the lipzper and out into far left gronk. The fontz being impossibly high to block and too far out of reach for any of the Harrisburg chamblers to recover in time, Buntz was able to homb the jufors six times, winning the game and the title for Akron. His hamchamp sits in the Binwhipple Hall of Fame to this day, inspiring young boys and girls to take up the still-popular sport.

The things they found in the nearly century-old jewelry box they unearthed in the backyard—a pair of emerald earrings, a signet ring with the initials CBR, and a photograph of a man they vaguely recognized and a woman they did not—lead Adam and Theresa Donne on a three-year journey that changed everything they thought they knew about their family.

This urn depicts the brothers Fu Li and Fu Dao, jealous twins who discovered a magic vessel in a cave said to contain a yaoguai that could grant immense power. The demon was bound to the vessel such that only one person could control it. The brothers fought over the vessel and dropped it, shattering the lid and releasing the yaoguai into the world to cause mischief forevermore.