Recent Posts
This Week In History News, May 1 – 7

This Week In History News, May 1 – 7

Ancient Roman statue found at Goodwill, skulls from ritual sacrifice unearthed in Mexico, largest North American cave art discovered.
35 Photos Of Brutalism, The Architectural Style That Artists Love To Hate

35 Photos Of Brutalism, The Architectural Style That Artists Love To Hate

Born out of England's need to quickly rebuild after World War II, Brutalist architecture is characterized by its divisive use of raw concrete and clunky design.
This Week In History News, Apr. 24 – 30

This Week In History News, Apr. 24 – 30

Crusades-era hand grenades discovered, protohuman hominids of Indonesia reportedly sighted, ancient Roman sandal unearthed.
44 Historic Photos Of Native Americans Brought To Life In Striking Color

44 Historic Photos Of Native Americans Brought To Life In Striking Color

As Native American tribes were increasingly wiped out at the turn of the 20th century, a few photographers were determined to preserve their history.
This Week In History News, Apr. 17 – 23

This Week In History News, Apr. 17 – 23

New evidence about what caused Jesus' death uncovered, record-breaking underground city excavated, dinosaur killed the day the asteroid struck unearthed.
How Did Charles Manson Die? Inside The Bizarre Death Of The Infamous Cult Leader

How Did Charles Manson Die? Inside The Bizarre Death Of The Infamous Cult Leader

After serving 40 years in prison, Charles Manson died on November 19, 2017 — but the strange fight over his corpse and his estate was just beginning.
The Story Of Herman J. Mankiewicz, The Legendary Screenwriter That Hollywood And Hitler Tried To Erase

The Story Of Herman J. Mankiewicz, The Legendary Screenwriter That Hollywood And Hitler Tried To Erase

Once the highest-paid screenwriter in Hollywood, Herman Mankiewicz co-wrote "Citizen Kane" with Orson Welles before succumbing to alcoholism in 1953.
Inside The Strange Journey Of Tim Leary, From Harvard Professor To ‘The High Priest Of LSD’

Inside The Strange Journey Of Tim Leary, From Harvard Professor To ‘The High Priest Of LSD’

An eccentric psychologist and researcher, Timothy Leary became an outspoken advocate of LSD in the 1960s — and introduced millions to psychedelic drugs.
How Ken Miles Helped Ford Beat Ferrari Before Dying Tragically Behind The Wheel

How Ken Miles Helped Ford Beat Ferrari Before Dying Tragically Behind The Wheel

From motorcycle races and commanding World War II tanks to leading Ford to victory over Ferrari at 24 Hours of Le Mans, Ken Miles lived and died in the fast lane.
This Week In History News, Apr. 3 – 9

This Week In History News, Apr. 3 – 9

Massive stone spheres from the pre-Columbian era unearthed in Costa Rica, mysteries of the Venus of Willendorf statue unlocked, burials uncovered in Siberia's "Valley of the Kings."
This Week In History News, Mar. 27 – Apr. 2

This Week In History News, Mar. 27 – Apr. 2

Mysteries behind painted skeletons at "the oldest city in the world" unlocked, evidence of giant prehistoric camels discovered, rare Revolutionary War medal brought to auction.