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How The Philadelphia Experiment Became Famous Despite Never Happening

How The Philadelphia Experiment Became Famous Despite Never Happening

The Philadelphia experiment on the USS Eldridge remains one of the most famous governmental experiments to date. The only problem? It never happened.
Robert Wadlow — The Tragically Short Life Of The World’s Tallest Man

Robert Wadlow — The Tragically Short Life Of The World’s Tallest Man

Robert Wadlow was the tallest man to ever live, and though his life was cut tragically short, it was full of excitement worthy of the "gentle giant."
Rare 12th Century Samurai Sword Found In Attic

Rare 12th Century Samurai Sword Found In Attic

The sword was pulled from the attic decades ago, but a recent ceremonial cleaning revealed it was a priceless heirloom from the 12th century.
Why The Allies Thought Hitler Might’ve Escaped To Argentina

Why The Allies Thought Hitler Might’ve Escaped To Argentina

Though the official story is that Hitler killed himself in his bunker in 1945, conspiracy theories have arisen that Hitler fled to Argentina with Eva Braun and was protected by the Argentine government.
Louis Daguerre And The First Photograph Of Humans

Louis Daguerre And The First Photograph Of Humans

This picture of Boulevard du Temple, taken by inventor and artist Louis Daguerre, is the oldest known photo of a human being.
Would You Do This? Shopper Returns Q-Tip Box After Finding $1,800’s Worth Of Jewelry

Would You Do This? Shopper Returns Q-Tip Box After Finding $1,800’s Worth Of Jewelry

The woman who found the jewels paid just 50 cents for them, and shocked everyone by returning them to the store.
The Incredible True Story Of The Revenant’s Hugh Glass

The Incredible True Story Of The Revenant’s Hugh Glass

Hugh Glass spent six weeks trekking over 200 miles back to his camp after being mauled by a bear and left for dead by his trapping party.
Unless You Live Here, You Can’t Complain About How Cold It Is Outside

Unless You Live Here, You Can’t Complain About How Cold It Is Outside

The temperature in Yakutia was over 100 degrees colder than it was in New York.
Almost 500 Years Later, Scientists Confirm What Killed The Aztecs

Almost 500 Years Later, Scientists Confirm What Killed The Aztecs

Almost 500 years after the society crumbled, researchers have finally discovered what killed 15 million people in just five years.
How Vladimir Demikhov Actually Made A Two-Headed Dog

How Vladimir Demikhov Actually Made A Two-Headed Dog

Though it's hard to believe that Soviet scientist Vladimir Demikhov actually made a two-headed dog, these surreal photos are the proof.
21 Of The Best Netflix Documentaries You Can Watch In 2018

21 Of The Best Netflix Documentaries You Can Watch In 2018

From commentary on animal activism to stories of war heroes that rescued thousands, the documentaries on this list are the best of the best that Netflix has to offer.