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William Desmond Taylor And The “Crime Of Passion” That Shocked Early Hollywood
William Desmond Taylor's murder involved two of Hollywood's biggest stars at the time.
Hart Island Is Home To Over One Million Dead Bodies — And Is Just Miles From Manhattan
As one of the world's largest potter's fields, Hart Island is home to over one million unmarked graves.
Hidden Inside Disneyland Is A Secret Oasis For Adults
Inside Club 33, visitors can sit at opulent tables from classic movie sets and drink the park's only craft cocktails – all for a hefty price.
The Heinous Crimes Of Henry Lucas And Ottis Toole, The Confession Killers
Birthed from troubled pasts, Henry Lucas and Ottis Toole were lovers and deranged serial killers whose crimes would change American laws and TV.
This Week In History News, May 13 – 19
Earliest human virus uncovered, Stone age artifacts rewrite history books, oldest U.S. WWII vet turns 112.
The Legend Of Black Bart – Gentleman Bandit Of The Wild West
Black Bart may have staged the most dignified robberies of the Old West.
The Story Of Myrtle Corbin, P.T. Barnum’s “Four-Legged Girl From Texas”
Myrtle Corbin was also born with two sets of internal and external reproductive anatomies.
William Patrick Hitler, Nephew Of Adolf And U.S. Navy WWII Veteran
The relationship between Adolf Hitler and his nephew didn't end well. Hiter took advantage, blackmailed, and disowned his relative. William Patrick Hitler, that is.
How Ron Stallworth, A Black Undercover Cop, Joined The KKK
Ron Stallworth was the first black cadet to join his police division in the 1970s. He's also the first black man to hold a membership card from the KKK.
Los Extraditables, The Pablo Escobar Led Gang That Started A Bloody Campaign Against U.S. Extradition
From killing journalists to bribing politicians, Pablo Escobar and Los Extraditables would do anything to not go to a U.S. prison.
National Park Should Refer To Atomic Bombings As War Crimes, Say Some Japanese
Japanese nationalists want the Manhattan Project National Historical Park to recognize the humanitarian consequences of the atomic bomb's development.