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The Brazen Bull May Have Been History’s Worst Torture Device
Created as a horrifying torture device/giant human crock-pot, the Brazen Bull was designed for the tyrant Phalaris by his sculptor, Perilaus.
13 Photos That Take You Inside The Fuhrerbunker — Hitler’s Final Hideout
The Fuhrerbunker was Adolf Hitler's last hiding spot, a lavish, expansive complex sprawling beneath the grounds of the Reich Chancellery.
The Mystery Of Nicholas Barclay And His Imposter, Frederic Bourdin
Nicholas Barclay went missing in 1994 and turned up three years later. But after being reunited with his family, not all was as it seemed.
World’s Oldest Known Message In A Bottle Found
The bottle was picked up by a couple who thought it would look nice on their bookshelf.
The World’s Oldest Woman Had An Awful Diet – And Lived To Be 122
Jeanne Calment lived long due to a heavy reliance on chocolate, olive oil, cigarettes, and cheap red wine.
Mary Boleyn — The Other Boleyn Girl Who Wooed Henry VIII
Everyone knows about Anne Boleyn, the wife of Henry VIII, but what about her sister Mary, his former mistress?
Henry VIII’s Wives — What Happened To All Of The King’s Consorts?
The monarch was famous for going through multiple wives and mistresses, but what actually happened to all of Henry VIII's wives?
How Dachau Concentration Camp Guards Got Their Comeuppance
Following the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp, American troops felt an urge to personally punish the camp's guards. What exactly transpired still isn't known.
17 Famous Cannibal Attacks That Will Send A Shiver Down Your Spine
Cannibalism is crazy enough as it is, but throughout history and the world, there have been some cannibal attacks that are crazier than you could ever imagine.
How Glenn Miller Went From WWII’s Musical Icon To Missing In Action
Glenn Miller was a renowned bandleader during the swing era. Then he played for the allied troops in WWII. Then he vanished.
Meet Margot Frank — Anne’s Older Sister Who Also Had A Diary
Though Anne's diary, friends, and family have shed some light on who Margot was, her own diary was lost and so were her own words.