How A Small Texas Town Paid A Conman A Ton Of Money To Build “The World’s Littlest Skyscraper”
He Died 5,300 Years Ago — And Now We Know His Last Meal
This Week In History News, July 8 – 14
This Medieval Warrior Had His Hand Amputated, Then Replaced It With A Prosthetic Knife
Two Blockbusters Announce Plans To Close, Leaving Just One Left In America
Woman Blew Nose So Hard She Fractured Her Face
Giuseppe Zangara Tried To Shoot FDR — But Missed And Killed Another Powerful Politician Instead
Giuseppe Zangara was an unemployed bricklayer unwilling to wait for President-Elect FDR to take office to blame him for his problems.
How John Gotti Jr. Lived The Mob Life — And Then Walked Away
Mobster John Gotti Jr. was born into underworld royalty and followed in his infamous father's footsteps for years, before finally walking away.
How Claire Phillips Used Her Gentleman’s Club As A Front For A World War II Spy Ring
Claire Phillips was a smalltown girl who incredibly wound up running a spy ring for the United States in the Japan-occupied Philippines.
Armless Florida Man Arrested For Stabbing Tourist With Scissors
Jonathan Crenshaw claims that he stabbed Cesar Coronado in self-defense. But Coronado paints an entirely different picture.