Cracked Personal Experiences
How much of what we watch is on the mark? To find out, we spoke to forensic scientist Jennifer Forbes.
If you're good at having babies (a rarer skill than you'd think), why not get paid for it? We talked to one woman who did just that, and it turns out that there's plenty of weirdness involved.
Cracked talked to Kate Dobson to learn what happens when your school goes to that great NCAA division in the sky.
Hi there. I'm married to a woman and I have a kid. I'm Vera, and I'm a straight crossdresser
We just want this up here as a reference in case the government ever catches on to our knockoff Pokemon business.
Sometimes being an impending blood explosion is wacky, sometimes it's terrifying, but it's rarely ever dull.
Angelos Kyritsis got wrapped up in the Amway pyramid scheme and he's here to shed some light on the ugly -- and downright weird -- truth.
We spoke to Pam and Angela, who told us some bizarre things they learned running a 7-11 for people's junk.
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We spoke to James Renner, a journalist who has made investigating and tracking down serial killers his life's work, despite not having a badge to flash at crime scenes.
We talked to Tim, who woke up from a coma and told us that, among other things, it's not as simple as 'waking up.'
We sat down with a veteran card dealer at the Mohegan Sun and asked about all the stuff casinos don't want us to know.
Cracked sat down with Vijay Welch-Young, a man who had chest-slicing, cancer-dicing heart surgery without general anesthesia, which means he was awake for THE WHOLE THING.
We talked to theater managers Donovan King and Olga Lexell to learn about cinema's seedy underbelly.