Find the hidden mandolin.
The Mourning Dove (Zenaida macroura) was once noted for its infallible ability to find any Esso station within fifty miles of its migration route, but since the disappearance of that brand has been unable to migrate at all.
Researchers applying modern forensic sound-restoration techniques to the notorious 18½-minute gap in Richard Nixon’s presidential tapes have uncovered a sound that one expert identifies as someone tuning a mandolin.
“Mavis,” a mixed-breed dog belonging to Mr. Reginald van Bagg of Upper Sandusky, has been digging in the same spot in the back yard since September of 2007 without ever finding what she was looking for.
A stone excavated during the extension of the Sviatoshynsko-Brovarska line in the Kiev metro in 1978 was such a stunningly exact likeness of Leonid Brezhnev that it was immediately vandalized beyond recognition.
The so-called “Middle Ages” came very near the end of the 200,000 years or so of human history.
A statue of the Blessed Virgin in St. Britney Church has been observed to begin weeping every week at the precise moment when the guitars are brought out of their cases for the contemporary Mass.