Cracked Personal Experiences
We interviewed a woman who once worked as a madam at an illegal brothel. Here's what she told us.
We sent a writer out to Vietnam to speak with Nguyen Hoa Giai. He fought as a Viet Cong from the late 1950s to the end of the war in the mid-'70s. Here's what he told us.
Mick Ebeling and the team at Not Impossible Foundation set out to find a way to provide prosthetics to kids who have been crippled by the ongoing merry-go-round of murder that is the Sudan. Here's how they did it.
We talked to Margo Bennett and her daughter about what it's like to spend years as the heart of a sensational news story.
We sat down with several high-functioning autistic people and asked them what our readers should know about their condition. Here's what they said ...
We talked to an ex-deputy from the Scott County Sheriff's Department in northern Tennessee. Here are some hilarious things we learned about down-home crime fighting.
While most people think of cosmetic surgery as frivolous, vain, or only for folks who want to slowly transform into cats, there are all kinds of practical reasons to let a surgeon do some mild body editing.
We talked to two people -- Chloe and Carl -- who suffered from rare genital disorders. Each had a ridiculous and frightening tale of trying to get help in a society that would really have preferred they change the subject.
We spoke to a Geek Squadder about what his job was really like, then we asked him to fix our laptop, because there was no more room on the screen for us to download new browser toolbars.
If I had fallen on my back or head, I would have died instantly. If I had fallen while front-flipping and playing air guitar, I would have died awesomely.
We talked to one of these CI's, who'll remain anonymous for obvious reasons. This is what we learned.
We spoke to a source who worked direct care in a Florida maximum security forensic mental hospital for almost a decade, and learned that maybe we should have an alternate criminal defense planned.
We sat down with a woman who had a miscarriage, both because we were curious and because we've learned you guys are willing to read about some incredibly depressing things.
Oswaldo A. Badillo was born and raised in Caracas. Needless to say, life there is a little bit different from life in suburban Minnesota.