See A Young Helen Mirren’s Rise To Stardom, From The ‘Sex Queen’ Of London’s Theater Scene To An Honored Dame
These photographs of a young Helen Mirren from the 1960s and '70s prove that she's always been a timeless beauty — with the acting chops to match.
23 Jaw-Dropping Photos Of Colorado’s Bishop Castle
Ever since 1969, Jim Bishop has singlehandedly constructed Bishop’s Castle, which is the largest self-built palace in the United States — and may be the largest self-built architecture project in the entire world.
Meet The Damselfly, Your New Favorite Insect
Like the insects but not the dirt you have to enter to discover them? These damselfly photos bring nature's surprises right to you.
Bobby Kent And The Murder That Inspired The Cult Classic Film “Bully”
In 1993 at a Pizza Hut in Florida, seven teens plotted to kill Bobby Kent and never looked back.
33 Photos That Reveal The Hippie Haven Of Goa In The 1960s And ’70s
During the counterculture era, a tiny Indian state became home to European and American hippies who wanted to flee the West.
How Vladimir Demikhov Actually Made A Two-Headed Dog
Though it's hard to believe that Soviet scientist Vladimir Demikhov actually made a two-headed dog, these surreal photos are the proof.
25 Stunning Photos Of Boldt Castle — And The Tragic Story Behind It
Built on Heart Island in New York during the early 20th century, Boldt Castle was meant to be the ultimate expression of love. But it all ended in heartbreak.
Explore Singer Castle, New York’s Turn-Of-The-Century Palace Filled With Secret Passageways And A Dungeon
Built in 1905 by eccentric sewing machine magnate Frederick Bourne, Singer Castle looms over Dark Island like a modern medieval fortress.
27 Images That Prove Hiroshige Was The Undisputed Master Of Japanese Woodblock Printing
Utagawa Hiroshige was such a talented artist that he inspired Van Gogh and Monet. But in 1856, the famous woodblock printer "retired from the world" to become a Buddhist monk.
Explore Hammond Castle, The Extravagant Estate Built By Thomas Edison’s Eccentric Protégé
Known as the "father of remote control," John Hays Hammond Jr. built his dream palace with traditional medieval features, including a drawbridge, bell tower, and dungeon.
Experience The Grand Beauty of Germany’s Hohenzollern Castle, A Mystical Fortress In The Clouds
Though it has been left largely uninhabited since the 18th century, the towering Hohenzollern Castle remains one of Germany's most visited palaces for its fairytale views.