Inside The Mystery Of Jim Morrison’s Death And The Disturbing Theories That Surround It
Because no autopsy was ever performed, the truth about how Jim Morrison died in his Paris bathtub at age 27 has remained murky for decades.
The Strange And Misunderstood History Of The Chastity Belt
According to legend, Medieval men relied on chastity belts to keep their wives from cheating. But how much of that story is true?
Holly Bobo Was Last Seen With A Mysterious Stranger — And Never Returned
On April 13, 2011, Holly Bobo disappeared into the woods behind her family's home in Tennessee, leaving investigators with few clues or leads.
The O’Hares: A Story Of Redemption Between Father And Son Easy Eddie And Butch O’Hare
Easy Eddie O'Hare's criminal dealings with infamous crime boss Al Capone ultimately ended in his murder. But Eddie's son, Butch, became a flying ace who rewrote his family's legacy.
Robin Boes’ Mother Pleaded Guilty To Her Grisly Murder. But Was It A False Confession?
Karen Boes was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of her daughter in 2002. But 16-hour interrogation footage reveals something different.
Nicole van den Hurk’s Murder Case Went Cold – So Her Stepbrother Falsely Confessed
Police had stopped the investigation of Nicole van den Hurk's murder, so her stepbrother falsely confessed in order to get her body reexamined for DNA testing.
Constance Markievicz: The Countess That Led The Irish Rebellion
Born and married into wealth, Constance Markievicz forewent her status to support her people, her sex, and win herself a seat alongside the country's most powerful men.
How The “Phoney War” Early On In WWII Gave Germany The Advantage
Before World War II went into full swing, there was a brief period of silence on the Western Front known as the Phoney War in which the Germans took full advantage.
The Great Blizzard Of 1888 Was So Devastating That We’re Still Feeling Its Effects Today
How the Blizzard of 1888 wreaked havoc, killed hundreds, and forced American cities into the modern age.
Meet Ida Lewis, History’s Most Heroic Lighthouse Keeper
Throughout the late 1800s, Ida Lewis braved the waters near Newport, Rhode Island — and saved 18 lives along the way.
How A Small Texas Town Paid A Conman A Ton Of Money To Build “The World’s Littlest Skyscraper”
J.D. McMahon promised Wichita Falls a skyscraper befitting the prospering boom town. Unknown to townspeople, the con man drew up blueprints for a building 480 inches tall, instead of the 480 feet he promised.