The Mystery Of Jim Morrison’s Death And The Theories Around It
Since no autopsy was ever performed, some theorize that Jim Morrison's death didn't go down like it was reported. Others believe he never died at all.
The Horrific Story Of Darlie Routier And The Children She Killed
Darlie Routier claimed that an intruder was responsible for the death of her two sons. However, the evidence said otherwise.
The First Woman To Run The Boston Marathon Was Almost Kicked Out For Her Gender
Kathrine Switzer made history when she entered the Boston Marathon in 1974, as the first woman ever to do so. But during the race, several officials tried to stop her.
Millvina Dean, The Two-Month-Old Who Survived The Titanic Sinking
Millvina Dean was just an infant when the Titanic struck an iceberg, and she and her third-class mother and brother made their way onto a lifeboat.
Noor Khan – The Noble Indian Princess Turned British Spy
Noor Khan may have been born royal, but she proved herself an invaluable asset to World War II and went down in history as so much more than a princess.
Peg Entwistle: The Starlet Who Killed Herself By Jumping Off The Hollywood Sign
It seemed like Peg Entwistle had everything going for her – until she threw herself from the Hollywood sign.
“Our Worst Fears Have Been Realized”: The Story Of Black September And The Munich Massacre
How Black September perpetrated the Munich Massacre at the 1972 Olympic Games.
She Had An Affair With Fidel Castro – Then She Was Told To Kill Him
Marita Lorenz was one of the more unique ways the U.S. government attempted to assassinate Cuba's Fidel Castro.
How Genghis Khan’s Great-Great-Granddaughter Turned Into One Of Asia’s Fiercest Warriors
Much of what is known about Khutulun comes from the written historical accounts of Marco Polo and the Persian historian Rashad al-Din.
Is Death From Laughter Real? Chrysippus And Others Say Yes
See the evidence that Chrysippus and other historical figures may have succumbed to death from laughter.
The Rise And Fall Of Boss Tweed’s Tammany Hall
From rigged elections to using the muscle of the city's gangs, Tammany Hall's Boss Tweed was the state's most corrupt politician in history.