The Curious Case Of Michael Malloy – “Rasputin Of The Bronx”
Michael Malloy was a down-on-his-luck drunk during the Great Depression when he was targeted for murder as part of a life insurance scam. The only problem was, he wouldn't die.
Unlocking The Mystery Of Peru’s Massive Nazca Lines
Dating back to 500 B.C., the Nazca lines have been called the "Eighth Wonder of the World".
From Juan Pablo Escobar To Sebastián Marroquín — The Turbulent Life Of Pablo Escobar’s Son
As the son of history's most infamous criminal, Juan Pablo Escobar grew up in luxury and a life filled with fear and tragedy.
The Rise And Fall Carlos Lehder, The Nazi Who Shaped Pablo Escobar’s Medellin Cartel
Carlos Lehder, a German-Colombian Neo-Nazi, helped Pablo Escobar and the Medellin Cartel make billions by revolutionizing their smuggling methods.
This Teenager Went To The Electric Chair Twice – But Was He Really Guilty?
WIllie Francis was sentenced to death by electric chair, but a drunken executioner's misstep resulted in a painful shock, but a miraculous survival.
Meet John Jairo Velasquez — Pablo Escobar’s Top Hitman Who Killed Over 250 People
From politicians to police to his own lover, as Pablo Escobar's top hitman, no one was safe from John Jairo Velasquez.
Why Mako Sharks Should Scare You As Much As Great Whites
The shortfin mako shark reaches top speeds of over 60 mph, making it the world’s fastest shark.
Roland Freisler: The Nazi Judge Who Ran Hitler’s Deadly Kangaroo Court
If you went before Roland Freisler, your trial had a 90 percent chance of ending in either life imprisonment or death.
Inside Hitler’s Plan To Build The “Capital Of The World”
The city in 'Man In High Castle' may seem like a dystopian nightmare, but Hitler had plans to make it very real.
How James Bulger Was Killed By Jon Venables And Robert Thompson
The full story of how James Bulger killers Robert Thompson and Jon Venables led their two-year-old victim past dozens of witnesses on a grim path to his chilling death.
Why Giovanni Brusca Is History’s Most Terrifying Mafia Killer
Giovanni Brusca, known as "The Pig" due to his unquenchable thirst for blood, killed between 100 and 200 people in ways that make other gangsters seem tame.