This Weekend In History News, Apr. 4 – 10
Lost Egyptian city unearthed, oldest 3D map of Europe found, Confederate monument stolen.
This Week In History News, Mar. 28 – Apr. 3
World's deepest shipwreck discovered, Stone Age Welsh artifacts unearthed, terrifying cousin of T. rex found
43 Colorized Photos That Capture Victorian London As It Really Was
From engineering marvels like Tower Bridge to the horrific slums that housed the city's poor, here's what London really looked like during the Victorian era.
This Week In History News, Mar. 21 – 27
Secrets of history's oldest wooden sculpture revealed, 3,000-year-old Chinese gold mask found, medieval fortress in Poland uncovered.
This Week In History News, Mar. 14 – 20
Preserved dinosaur nest and eggs unearthed, lost World War I tunnel found, artificial human-Neanderthal hybrid "minibrains" created.
This Week In History News, Mar. 7 – 13
World War II love letters uncovered, lost Civil War gold potentially found, ancient fertility amulet unearthed.
The Story Of England’s Bucolic Bolton Strid, One Of The Deadliest Bodies Of Water In The World
Though the quaint section of Yorkshire’s River Wharfe known as the Bolton Strid is only six feet wide, it’s unfathomably deep — and known by locals to have a 100 percent mortality rate.
This Week In History News, Feb. 28 – Mar. 6
Cherokee Freedmen's rights finally recognized, Pompeii chariot unearthed, Al Capone's Prohibition-era moonshine still found.
This Week In History News, Feb. 21 – 27
Police conspiracy behind Malcolm X's death revealed, hidden message in "The Scream" uncovered, new theory about dinosaurs' demise published.
This Week In History News, Feb. 14 – 20
Viking treasure trove unearthed, ancient Egyptian brewery found, Stonehenge's original site discovered.
This Week In History News, Feb. 7 – 13
Millennia-old conch shell instrument uncovered, Nazi concentration camp secretary charged, 50-year-old lunar golf ball found.