Fans of "Back to the Future" recently celebrated "Back to the Future Day" on October 21, 2015. The day has come and gone but the film's legacy lives on. Here are a few fun facts you might not know about the movie franchise.
During the Great depression, on vacant lots, on public lands in the empty lanes, the unemployed built huts and shacks made of wood and metal. In America, these villages were called Hoovervilles, after President Hoover, during the presidency of which there was a crash. Here are the pictures of Hooverville in New York's Central Park. It was a very popular place until 1940, when the economy and employment is largely recovered.
CGI is used for just about everything nowadays but there was once a time when it wasn't so prevalent. Miniature sets were often used to create movies and former cabinet maker Dan Ohlman fell in love with the concept. He ended up opening Musée Miniature et Cinéma which is a five story museum in France that is home to 100 miniature film sets.
20 year old Anastasia Reskoss and 23 year old Quentin Dehar have taken their ambition to look like living dolls to extreme levels. To date the couple has spent over $323,000 on surgery to alter their looks.
These lenticular clouds hovering above Russia have often been mistaken for UFOs. The clouds form a circular shape that makes them look a lot like flying saucers causing the public to think an alien invasion is on the way.
Parts of London went dark on Wednesday night when something went wrong and the power went out. It's estimated that 1,300 properties in Soho, Covent Garden and Leicester Square were effected by the outage which lasted two hours. People shared pictures of the normally bright central London on social media and it was a bizarre sight.
In Albuquerque, New Mexico the mayor is helping homeless people find work. Two days a week a van drives around offers homeless people the chance to work for $9 an hour for five hours and anyone who accepts the offer is also given lunch.