Pretty much everything on this week's list should be the basis of a nursery rhyme. Stubby the war dog. Nazi potato beetles. Duff McKagan's hooch-engorged pancreas. The works.
Yeah, but...but...but there was Hall & Oates though!
By 1943, Nazi scientists had numerous, highly-effective bioweapons tested and ready to go. But they were never used -- because one man stopped the whole thing cold.
"The Nazis had already carried out a series of bizarre insect-related tests, at one point even toying with the idea of releasing up to 40 million weaponized potato beetles over England's crops."