New Research Finds That Vikings Brought Their Favorite Animals To Britain Over 1,000 Years Ago
By analyzing bones found in England, researchers confirmed that Vikings transported animals like horses and dogs from Scandinavia to Britain.
A Boy Playing Hide-And-Seek Was Just Found Six Days Later In A Shipping Container — In Another Country
Fahim, a 15-year-old boy, was found 2,300 miles away in Malaysia six days later.
Mysterious Canaanite Language Decrypted Through Ancient Clay Tablets
Found in Iraq, the tablets uncover the secrets of a "lost" Canaanite language that bears strong similarities to ancient Hebrew.
This Jane Doe Found Murdered In The Arizona Desert In 1971 Was Just Identified — Thanks To Crowdfunding
After 52 years, the Mohave County Sheriff's Office in Arizona has identified the murdered woman as Colleen Audrey Rice after a successful crowdfunded DNA genealogy test.
Florida Woman Accused Of Stealing $2.8 Million From Holocaust Survivor In A ‘Romance Scam’
Peaches "April" Stergo, 36, is accused of stealing $2.8 million from an unidentified 87-year-old man in what prosecutors are calling a "romance scam."
Man Survives On Ketchup For Weeks While Lost In The Caribbean Sea
Elvis Francois survived for 24 days in the Caribbean with only ketchup, garlic powder, and bouillon cubes to eat.
Weighing Almost Six Pounds, Australian ‘Toadzilla’ Breaks Records For Largest Toad
An Australian park ranger gasped when she saw the record-breaking monster cane toad, now dubbed "Toadzilla."
Rare Van Dyck Painting Found In Farmer’s Shed Covered In Bird Droppings Expected To Sell For Up To $3 Million
The painting, found by a part-time art collector in a New York shed, is believed to be over four centuries old and a classic example of a Dutch Golden Age painting.
A Woman And Her Child Were Just Killed By A Rampaging Polar Bear In A Remote Alaskan Village
Summer Myomick, 24, and her 1-year-old son, Clyde Ongtowasruk, were both killed by the bear in the remote town of Wales, Alaska.
Archaeologists In Norway May Have Found The World’s Oldest Runestone
Experts say that the 2,000-year-old artifact is the oldest datable runestone in the world and may provide researchers with valuable knowledge about the early days of runic writing.