The Rise And Fall Of Boss Tweed’s Tammany Hall
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How Skinwalker Ranch Became A Hotbed For UFO And Monster Fanatics
Woman Sues California For Not Admitting Bigfoot Exists – Yes, Bigfoot
The Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, which supports her claims, insists that there have been more than 5,000 Bigfoot sightings in the U.S.
Lili Elbe’s Tragic Life As A Transgender Pioneer
Lili Elbe was born Einar Wegener, and spent her entire life trying to choose between the man she was born as, and the woman she wanted to become.
Maria Reynolds, Alexander Hamilton, And America’s First Political Sex Scandal
An embarrassed Hamilton published the Reynolds Pamphlet, which was a 100-page long account of his affair with Maria Reynolds.
Ever Stood On A Ledge And Thought, ‘I Could Jump’? There’s A Phrase For That
The call of the void is that feeling when you stand in a high place and think about jumping, but don't actually want to and don't actually do it.
23 Dramatic Photos Of The Parkland School Shooting
The shooting at Parkland's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is now one of the deadliest mass shootings in American history.