Meet William Moulton Marston: The Man Who Invented The Lie Detector And Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman was first printed in December 1941 and was inspired by her creator, Dr. William Moulton Marston's, wife and lover.
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.
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.
From Stoner To Merchant Of Death: David Packouz And The Absurd True Story Of ‘War Dogs’
David Packouz went from Miami stoner to international gun runner — all before his 30th birthday. His rise and fall is the real-life inspiration for the 2016 film War Dogs.
The Katyn Massacre: When The USSR Purged 22,000 Polish Men — Then Blamed The Nazis
The Soviet Union even went so far as to include the Katyn Massacre among the list of Nazi war crimes presented at the Nuremberg trials.
How The Hays Code Censored Hollywood But Led To The Golden Age Of Film
The Hays Code, inspired by Catholic dogma, attempted to — and succeeded in — censoring Hollywood films for nearly three decades.
The Double Life Of Soccermom 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.
Down The Rabbit Hole: Absinthe’s Hallucinogenic History
Absinthe has long captivated the minds of drinkers, in part because of it's rumored hallucinogenic properties and its green fairy accompaniment. But aside from all that, what is absinthe?
Spetsnaz: Inside Russia’s Insane Special Forces Training [VIDEO]
Spetsnaz forces are revered in their countries, though not much is known about their secretive and shadowy training regimens.
How Anna Anderson Became The Grand Duchess Anastasia of Russia
In 1920, a woman was fished out of a lake claiming to be the Grand Duchess Anastasia of Russia. Did the princess really escape death or was it the ramblings of a madwoman?
Here Are All The Things It Took To Kill Rasputin
The death of Rasputin has been the subject of debate for years, considering it was such a legendary, and long-lasting affair.