The Haunted History Of Pittock Mansion, The Oregon Estate Of Newspaper Tycoon Henry Pittock
Built in 1914, Pittock Mansion was nearly razed to create a subdivision in the 1960s before Portland residents came together to save it.
Why Jacob’s Well Is One Of The World’s Most Alluring Diving Spots — And The Most Dangerous
Jacob's Well Natural Area is a park outside of Austin, Texas, with a water system that goes at least 4,500 feet underground — and has killed at least nine people trying to explore its depths.
What Happened To The Jamison Family? Inside Their Bizarre Disappearance
The Jamison family of Eufaula, Oklahoma disappeared on October 8, 2009, and though their bodies were found four years later, their case remains a mystery.
Tammy Lynn Leppert’s Disappearance And The Eerie Story Behind It
Soon after appearing in "Scarface," actress Tammy Lynn Leppert disappeared from Cocoa Beach, Florida on July 6, 1983 at the age of just 18.
Prada Marfa: The Texas Store Built In The Middle Of Nowhere
Ever since two artists erected Prada Marfa in the Texas desert in October 2005, this daring installation has taken on an unexpected life of its own.
Was James Buchanan The First Gay President? Why Some Historians Think So
James Buchanan, the only president to remain a bachelor his entire life, may have also been the first gay president in U.S. history.
Did Genene Jones Kill As Many As 60 Children As A Pediatric Nurse?
Genene Jones was only convicted for one murder and one attempted murder of a child, but evidence suggests she may have killed dozens more during her time as a pediatric nurse.
The Legend Of Spring-Heeled Jack, The Victorian Demon Who Terrorized London
Before Jack the Ripper terrorized London, Spring-Heeled Jack was tormenting citizens with his claws and tight-fitted clothes.
Darlie Routier Said An Intruder Carved Up Her Sons — But The Evidence Says She Did
Darlie Routier told a detailed story about a man that broke into her home and stabbed her sons to death. Then cops found disturbing clues that ultimately put her on death row.
Kopi Luwak, The Expensive Delicacy Known As ‘Cat Poop Coffee’
Made from coffee cherries that have been digested and defecated by civets, Kopi Luwak is widely known as "cat poop coffee" in the West — where it sells for $600 a pound.
The Battle Of The Alamo, The Gallant Last Stand That Turned The Texas Revolution
Go beyond Davy Crockett and John Wayne to discover the true story of the Battle of the Alamo that turned the tide of the Texas Revolution in 1836.