The folklore surrounding black cats varies from culture to culture. One thing that doesn't vary, they are completely adorable and very loving. There are plenty of black cats here in Central New York that are looking for their forever home this Friday the 13th in January.
Throughout history, NASA and other organizations have left junk behind in space. This junk could consist of silverware and actual trash to whole pieces of old rockets. Now, that release of space junk is coming back to haunt us. Ironically it will haunt us on Friday the 13th!
If you're superstitious, today is your day. It's Friday the 13th, and the first one of the year. You may be even more superstitious about a Friday the 13th in 2013, maybe a few too many 13s for you. So, how many more do we have this year?
Today, Friday the 13th, is unquestionably one of the most long lasting and best known superstitious days. People who are naturally superstitious will take steps to ward off its effects while those who aren't superstitious will sometimes attribute anything bad that happens to them on that day to it being Friday the 13th. But where did this superstition come from?