Thirteen Randomly Odd Things I Know without a single Google search:
  1. The supervising hair stylist on both Leave it to Beaver and Alfred Hitchcock Presents was Florence Bush.
  2. The lyrics to nearly every song Al Jolson ever recorded.
  3. Humphrey Bogart had a wife whose name was Mayo.
  4. These drugstore curiosities/souvenirs from the Southwest are not actually plants that occur in nature, but rather one plant grafted on top of another.
  5. A criminal profiler was the person who broke the Atlanta Child Murders case.
  6. Alice in Wonderland started out as an impromptu story told to a little girl named Alice Liddell.
  7. The phrase "mad as a hatter" doesn't come from Alice in Wonderland but rather came about because hat makers commonly suffered from mercury poisoning from the felt they used in the 1800s.
  8. Siamese cats have colored points due to a mutation in an enzyme that is heat sensitive.
  9. Abraham Lincoln was shot in Ford's Theatre while John F. Kennedy was shot in a Lincoln Continental, made by Ford.
  10. Charlie Chaplin once won third prize in a Charlie Chaplin look-alike contest.
  11. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest was filmed at an active Psychiatric Hospital.
  12. There is a psychiatric terms for the fear of clowns: coulrophobia.
  13. The shortest complete sentence in the English language is "Go."