This Week In History News, Jun. 13 – 19
Evidence of medieval bunion plague found, woolly mammoth remains uncovered, 500-year-old Incan rope bridge rebuilt.
What Is A Jackalope? Inside The Enduring Legend Of Wyoming Folklore
Often described as a rabbit with antlers, the jackalope is a mythical creature invented in Wyoming during the 1930s. But some people believe that this animal actually exists.
29 Absolutely Ridiculous Facts About Pablo Escobar
From his pet hippos roaming Colombia to the grisly details of his death, these Pablo Escobar facts reveal history's most feared drug lord.
This Week In History News, Jun. 6 – 12
Last remaining liberator of Auschwitz passes away, ancient Greek jar used for curses unearthed, and evidence of Stone Age dance parties uncovered.
This Week In History News, May 30 – Jun. 5
Century-old message in a beer bottle discovered in Detroit, the earliest animal carvings ever found in Scotland, and Roman-era decapitations uncovered in England.
This Week In History News, May 23 – 29
Germany officially recognizes the Namibian genocide, Viking ships found thanks to centuries-old drawings, castle thieves steal rosary beads that belonged to Mary, Queen of Scots.
This Week In History News, May 16 – 22
A treasure trove of stolen artifacts, new footage of the Hindenburg disaster, and ancient Taino graves found in Guadeloupe.
This Week In History News, May 9 – 15
Napoléon's deadly cologne obsession, Neanderthals killed by hyenas, and a Salvador Dalí painting found in a thrift store.
This Week In History News, May 2 – 8
Bones of Black children killed in 1985 police bombing used in Ivy League anthropology class, World War I artifacts revealed by melting glacier, ancient Egyptian mummy found to be pregnant.
This Week In History News, Apr. 25 – May 1
The U.S. officially recognizes the Armenian Genocide, divers uncover a sunken Swiss village, and researchers discover Viking artifacts in an Icelandic cave.
This Week In History News, Apr. 18 – 24
Cold War radioactivity discovered in today's honey, ancient warriors may be cloned in Russia, victim of prehistoric cannibal slaughter identified.