The True Story Of Amateur Christian Archaeologist Ron Wyatt And His Biblical ‘Discoveries’
Over the course of 22 years, Ron Wyatt claimed to have uncovered the original Ten Commandments, the Ark of the Covenant, and even a sampling of Jesus Christ's blood.
The Haunted History Of Buckner Mansion, The Opulent House Featured In American Horror Story: Coven
Built in New Orleans’ lush Garden District in the 19th century, Buckner Mansion has a long, spooky history rife with rumors of ghosts and other paranormal activity.
The Trippy History Of Mad Honey, The Rare Hallucinogen Found High In The Mountains Of Turkey And Nepal
One of a kind and positively euphoric, mad honey has been around for centuries, but its intense psychedelic properties have made it illegal to purchase in some nations today.
The Controversial Story Of Louis Till, The Father Of Emmett Till Who Was Hanged In 1945
Louis Till was executed in Italy after a court-martial found him guilty of raping two women and murdering another while serving in the U.S. Army during World War II, but it's long been debated whether he was truly guilty or unfairly targeted because of his race.
The Stomach-Turning Tale Of Charles Domery, The 18th-Century Polish Soldier Who Ate Literally Anything
Charles Domery had such a bottomless appetite that he'd devour grass, candles, and sometimes even live cats — making him the subject of numerous science experiments.
Inside The Bridgewater Triangle, The Alleged Paranormal Vortex Of Southern Massachusetts
From ghosts to UFO sightings to a Bigfoot-like creature, legends claim that the Bridgewater Triangle has long been home to a variety of unexplained occurrences.
The Legend Of The Wolpertinger, The Horned Rabbit Said To Roam The Bavarian Alps
Likely created as a way for crafty taxidermists to make money off of gullible tourists, the wolpertinger is a mythical hare-deer hybrid that can supposedly be found in the forests of Germany.