The Tumultuous True Story Of Robert The Bruce, Scotland’s “Outlaw King”
Port Royal Was Hailed The 17th-Century Sodom, Until Divine Intervention Destroyed It
Mustafa, A Rare White Lion In South Africa, Is In Danger Of Being Auctioned Off To Trophy Hunters
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Passengers Aboard An El Al Flight Allegedly Assaulted The Crew Over Violating Shabbat
Cambodian Genocide Officially Recognized As Two Perpetrators Receive Life Imprisonment
Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Death: The Tragic Helicopter Accident That Ended A Star’s Meteoric Rise
31 Vintage Crime Scenes Brought To Life In Stunningly Gruesome Color
These colorized versions of vintage black-and-white crime scene photos reveal a unique perspective on the murders, mobsters, and mayhem of decades past.
The Altamont Speedway Free Concert: The Deadly End To The Hippie Era
It was supposed to be the West Coast version of Woodstock. Instead, it turned deadly as a total of four died, one of whom the Hells Angels stabbed to death during the middle of the Rolling Stones' set.
This Week In History News, Nov. 11 – 17
Nazi camp guard on trial at age 94, mystery of Earth's oldest natural mummy finally solved, dirty joke found on 2,000-year-old bathroom mosaic.
Scientists Discover The Remains Of A 3,700-Year-Old Egyptian Woman And Her Fetus Who Died In Childbirth
The discovery provides information about how Ancient Egyptians may have dealt with pregnancy and maternal mortality.
Harvard Researcher Determines That 536 A.D. Was History’s Worst Year — Here’s Why
If you think 2018 is bad, this new research will prove that things could be much worse on planet Earth.