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Stockholm Syndrome And The Strange Bank Robbery Behind It

Stockholm Syndrome And The Strange Bank Robbery Behind It

The first victims of Stockholm syndrome found the symptoms as unexplainable as the doctors who examined them.
Richard Alpert’s Psychedelic Journey To Becoming Ram Dass

Richard Alpert’s Psychedelic Journey To Becoming Ram Dass

Richard Alpert's experimentation with psychedelic drugs led him all the way to India, which he returned from as Ram Dass, a spiritual guru.
This President Is Officially No Longer Considered The Worst

This President Is Officially No Longer Considered The Worst

Since 1948, James Buchanan has been ranked in the top three worst presidents ever. Now, thanks to a new addition, he's no longer considered the worst.
Ancient Mexican City May Have Had As Many Buildings As Manhattan

Ancient Mexican City May Have Had As Many Buildings As Manhattan

The settlement was first discovered in 2007, but new advances in imaging technology have uncovered more of the city than ever before.
How Georgia Tann Stole And Sold 5,000 Babies In The Black Market

How Georgia Tann Stole And Sold 5,000 Babies In The Black Market

From 1924 to 1950, Georgia Tann and the Tennessee Children’s Home Society stole and sold an estimated 5,000 children.
The Rise And Fall Of Boss Tweed’s Tammany Hall

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.
The Story Of “Candy Man” Dean Corll — Once America’s Deadliest Serial Killer

The Story Of “Candy Man” Dean Corll — Once America’s Deadliest Serial Killer

Dean Corll was once the deadliest serial killer in American history, yet few even know his name today.
35 Extinct Animals That Should Be Cloned Back Into Existence

35 Extinct Animals That Should Be Cloned Back Into Existence

From the Syrian wild ass to the famed Tasmanian tiger, these extinct animals are gone forever.
This Week In History News, Feb. 11 – 17

This Week In History News, Feb. 11 – 17

Gruesome Stone Age burial site baffles researchers, the Louvre hopes to return Nazi-looted art to rightful owners, unearthed bodies reveal unexpected ancient burial practices.
Scientists Have Reconstructed The Face Of A 9,000-Year-Old Teenager

Scientists Have Reconstructed The Face Of A 9,000-Year-Old Teenager

A team of scientists worked together to reconstruct the face of a teenager using a 9,000-year-old skull found in Greece.
Lili Elbe’s Tragic Life As A Transgender Pioneer

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.