With Valentine’s Day approaching, this episode of Ripley Radio, the official radio show of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! could prove to be a life saver for the lovelorn. Ripley’s resident witch, Judika Illes has shared with us step by step instructions on how to cast a love spell on that person you have had your eyes on. You don’t want to miss this! Also, Chad Lewis shares his research on some of the items that people have married – including dolls and an amusement ride. Really! He also describes several unusual and strange wedding chapels.
Additional Weird and Wacky facts on the February 10 edition of Ripley Radio: Ralf talks with the man behind the largest gingerbread house ever made; perhaps the only drivable truck, made out of 11,000 pounds of ice, was created in Toronto for Canadian Tire and they made a TV commercial out of the process; Joe Kasinski of Ripley’s Orlando Believe It or Not! Odditorium drops by for another visit and tells us how popular Ripley’s famous Fertility Statues remain, with some traveling thousands of miles just to rub the two ebony statues; and Angela tells us that while pizza is indeed from Italy, pasta actually has its roots in China. Believe It or Not!
The Imagine Dragons provide our musical egress this week with Demons.