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Researchers Uncover Evidence That Ancient Egyptians May Have Performed Cancer Surgery As Early As 4,000 Years Ago

Researchers Uncover Evidence That Ancient Egyptians May Have Performed Cancer Surgery As Early As 4,000 Years Ago

A skull found in a cardboard box at the University of Cambridge could completely upend prior notions about when humans first began attempting to treat cancer.
The Story Of Pyramiden, The Abandoned Arctic Mining Town That Was Once The ‘Ideal Soviet Society’

The Story Of Pyramiden, The Abandoned Arctic Mining Town That Was Once The ‘Ideal Soviet Society’

For decades, the town of Pyramiden on the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard was considered a model of Soviet society — until a tragic accident prompted its residents to abandon this former utopia, leaving it frozen in time.
A Trove Of Medieval Silver Coins Was Just Discovered By A Woman Walking Through A Field In The Czech Republic

A Trove Of Medieval Silver Coins Was Just Discovered By A Woman Walking Through A Field In The Czech Republic

The silver coins, known as deniers, were likely minted in Prague between 1085 and 1107.
A Las Vegas Family Claims They Captured A Video Of Aliens In Their Backyard — And An Expert Crime Scene Analyst Agrees

A Las Vegas Family Claims They Captured A Video Of Aliens In Their Backyard — And An Expert Crime Scene Analyst Agrees

The footage captured in April 2023 shows bizarre figures and shadows in a family's backyard in Las Vegas, and crime scene analyst Scott Roder says it may be proof that extraterrestrial beings exist.
Inside The Tragic Death Of Arabella Kennedy, John And Jackie Kennedy’s Firstborn Daughter

Inside The Tragic Death Of Arabella Kennedy, John And Jackie Kennedy’s Firstborn Daughter

On August 23, 1956, Jackie Kennedy gave birth to her first child with John F. Kennedy, a stillborn daughter she would later call Arabella.
Explorers Discover The Wreckage Of World War 2 Ace Richard Bong’s Plane ‘Marge’ In A Papua New Guinea Jungle

Explorers Discover The Wreckage Of World War 2 Ace Richard Bong’s Plane ‘Marge’ In A Papua New Guinea Jungle

The fighter plane, nicknamed "Marge" after Richard Bong's girlfriend, crashed into the jungle of Papua New Guinea in March 1944 after its engine failed.
The History Of The Machine, The University Of Alabama’s ‘Secret’ Society That Allegedly Controls Life On Campus

The History Of The Machine, The University Of Alabama’s ‘Secret’ Society That Allegedly Controls Life On Campus

For over a century, the underground organization known as The Machine has been covertly influencing everything from student government to Greek life at the University of Alabama.
Inside The Tragic Death Of Jonathan Brandis, The 1990s Teenage Heartthrob Who Took His Own Life In 2003

Inside The Tragic Death Of Jonathan Brandis, The 1990s Teenage Heartthrob Who Took His Own Life In 2003

Once one of Hollywood's biggest teen idols, Jonathan Brandis died by suicide in November 2003 at age 27 after experiencing a lull in his career.
Maya Beekeeping Tools Used To Harvest Sacred Honey Centuries Ago Have Been Unearthed In The Yucatán

Maya Beekeeping Tools Used To Harvest Sacred Honey Centuries Ago Have Been Unearthed In The Yucatán

For centuries, Maya populations living in the jungles of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula harvested sacred honey that served as the backbone of much of their trade, medicine, and religious rituals.
A 2,100-Year-Old Statue Head Of Hygieia, The Greek Goddess Of Health, Was Just Unearthed In Türkiye

A 2,100-Year-Old Statue Head Of Hygieia, The Greek Goddess Of Health, Was Just Unearthed In Türkiye

Hygieia was the Greek goddess of health and cleanliness, and she lends her name to the word "hygiene."
Centuries-Old Treasure Linked To An Infamous Conman Found In The Mountains Of Poland

Centuries-Old Treasure Linked To An Infamous Conman Found In The Mountains Of Poland

According to Polish legend, an 18th-century conman named Anthony Jaczewicz accumulated a vast fortune by convincing visitors to his hermitage that he was blessed with divine healing abilities. Now, amateur historians may have uncovered his trove of silver and gold coins.