This Week In History News, July 8 – 14
Centuries-old stone may solve Lost Roanoke Colony mystery, new study says we didn't all evolve from one population, unearthed ancient Egyptian sarcophagus contains unknown body.
Armless Florida Man Arrested For Stabbing Tourist With Scissors
Jonathan Crenshaw claims that he stabbed Cesar Coronado in self-defense. But Coronado paints an entirely different picture.
We Didn’t All Evolve From One Population Of Early Humans, Bold New Research Claims
"We've arrived at a place where we can begin to address some key questions about our shared ancestry and even emerge with new questions we haven't known to ask before."
This Week In History News, July 1 – 7
D.B. Cooper's identity possibly revealed, rituals behind Aztec skull tower uncovered.
This Week In History News, June 24 – 30
Human sacrifice at Germany's Stonehenge, unearthed WWI POW's romantic engraving, found footage of FDR walking.
‘Seinfeld’ Writer Seeks Money From McDonald’s For Stealing Muffin Top Idea
This sounds like a case for Jackie Chiles. More than 20 years after writing the script for “The Muffin Tops” episode of Seinfeld, Spike Feresten is (jokingly) seeking restitution from McDonald’s for stealing his idea. As part of an effort to boost breakfast sales, the fast food giant announced that...
This Week In History News, June 17 – 23
Ancient mummy unearthed in stunning condition, lost Da Vinci painting possibly uncovered, extinct gibbon found in ancient Chinese tomb.
This Week In History News, June 10 – 16
True origins of bubonic plague revealed, claims of Stanford Prison Experiment fraud made public, WWII cash hoard uncovered.
This Week In History News, June 3 – 9
The truth about Roman crucifixion, the hats on Easter Island's statues, and gruesome remains from a Goth murder.
She Tortured Her Children – Then Hid Their Bodies In A Freezer For Years
It was supposed to be a simple eviction. But as authorities scoured Mitchelle Blair's house, what they found ended up sending shockwaves through the community.
The Seven Unbelievable Survival Stories Of Frane Selak
"You could look at it two ways," Frane Selak said. "I was either the unluckiest man in the world, or the luckiest. I preferred to believe the latter."