Inside Marie Antoinette’s Death And Her Final Days Before She Was Executed In Paris
On October 16, 1793, Marie Antoinette was beheaded — just months after her husband King Louis XVI met the same fate.
How A Librarian From Wisconsin Became Charles Manson’s First Recruit
Mary Brunner immediately fell under Charles Manson's spell. She bore his son, aided in a murder, and attempted to hijack a plane in his name.
The Unbelievable True Story Of Colonel Sanders, The Poor Boy Who Became King Of Chicken
Before he was the Colonel, Harland Sanders sold insurance, tires, and gas before he stumbled into the fried chicken business and became a household name.
Ann Atwater Pushed To Integrate Her City’s Schools And Got A Klansman Named C.P. Ellis To Join Her In The Fight
In the 1960s, Ann Atwater could feel the breeze through the cracks in her house's walls. Then a housing advocate recommended she attend a community organizing training — and the rest is history.
Siren And Scientist: The Untold Story Of Hollywood Sex Symbol Hedy Lamarr
Hedy Lamarr was known in Hollywood as "the most beautiful woman in the world," and she also invented the technology that ultimately led to WiFi.
Molested, Murdered, And Mummified: The Crimes Of Serial Killer Rosemary West
Rosemary West seemed like an unassuming British mother, but her home concealed brutal incest, beatings, and the remains of numerous young women — including her own daughter.
The Double Life Of Soccer Mom And Serial Killer Nurse, Kristen Gilbert
The bright snapshot of her suburban life belied a dark negative — Kristen Gilbert was a serial killer who preyed on the weakest victims: those she nursed.
Abandoned, Abused, Exploited: Inside The Tragic Life Of The Feral Child, Genie Wiley
"Feral Child" Genie Wiley was strapped to a chair by her parents and neglected for 13 years, giving researchers a rare chance to study human development.
The Full Story Of Judy Garland’s Death — And Her Tragic Final Days
When Judy Garland died of a drug overdose after struggling with addiction at age 47 in 1969, many were sad but few were surprised. Unfortunately, how she died was all too similar to how she lived.
The True Story Of Efraim Diveroli, The 21-Year-Old Arms Dealer Featured In ‘War Dogs’
Efraim Diveroli was known for his precociousness, a trait that would serve him well — and ultimately betray him — as he tried to scam the American government.
Does This Look Like A President Who Went Through 10 Gallons Of Whiskey A Week?
Due to his non-stop partying, James Buchanan was nearly expelled from Dickenson College. Twice.