Cracked Personal Experiences
Future Olympic gymnasts get their start as toddlers, and then it gets worse.
Kevin Ducharme is 41 with Alzheimer's. We're giving him a chance to share all he knows about it, while he's still able to share anything at all.
Despite its adorable name, butterfly skin disease is an excruciatingly painful and deadly illness that gifts your skin with the raw durability of soggy tissue paper.
Real emergency rooms aren't nearly as sexy as George Clooney led us to believe.
What happens when you get tens of thousands of littering humans all in exactly the same spot, and get them all drunk? Here's a hint: It's pretty gross.
Cracked wanted to know if the middle school stereotypes about 'band geeks' hold true all the way at the top, so we sat down with a couple college marching band members. This is what we learned.
Honor killing claims 5,000 lives every year. And for some young Muslims, mostly women, all it takes to become a statistic is living a normal adult life.
The real Miss Frizzle would've let the bus run in a closed garage before dealing with those kids again.
We spoke with Ryan Nichols, whose seven year-old son, Sam, has autism so severe he needs constant caring for. Here's what we learned.
We sat down with a survivor of the Bosnian genocide to try to get some small hint of what it's like, and to try to understand how this even happens.
Note: If you get caught doing this shit, you'll get kicked out of school. Do not take any of this as a recommendation.
All over the world you'll find a different kind of squatter community, involving hundreds of people -- often artists -- who live their lives outside the direct control of the law. We visited a couple to see what it's like.
When artillery starts exploding you want to be as mobile as possible - begin by disabling your car safety belts.
We spoke to Sam, a supervisor at a large-scale chicken farm, about how they manage to kill and package millions of birds a week. Here's what we learned.