Inside Operation Babylift, The U.S. Government’s Plan To Save Vietnamese Orphans Before The Fall Of Saigon
In the final weeks of the Vietnam War, Operation Babylift evacuated more than 3,300 South Vietnamese orphans and placed them with adoptive families in the U.S. — but the first flight ended in tragedy.
Meet Amou Haji, The World’s Dirtiest Man — Who Didn’t Bathe For Seven Decades
Amou Haji of Dejgah, Iran claimed that cleanliness causes illness and that his avoidance of bathing was the reason he managed to live to 94 without any major health problems.
44 Mind-Blowing Pictures Of Ordinary Creatures Under An Electron Microscope
These electron microscope images show what life is like in the invisible world of viruses, bacteria, and pollen — and it’s both surreal and spooky.
Why Rolling Stones Guitarist Brian Jones’ Death Remains A Mystery After More Than 50 Years
On July 3, 1969, Brian Jones drowned in his pool and died at just 27, but questions still linger about what really happened at his Cotchford Farm home that night.
The Horrific True Story Of Ronald DeFeo Jr. And The Amityville Murders
In the early morning hours on November 13, 1974, Ronald DeFeo Jr. killed his entire family in cold blood — and claimed that demonic voices told him to do it.
The Heartbreaking Story Of Ida Straus, The Woman Who Went Down With The Titanic Rather Than Leave Her Husband Behind
Isidor and Ida Straus were a well-to-do German-American couple who passed up seats on lifeboats and instead chose to stay together on the RMS Titanic as it sank on April 15, 1912.
Inside The Short Life And Tragic Death Of Grunge Pioneer Andrew Wood
Mother Love Bone singer Andrew Wood was beloved among Seattle's alternative rock scene — then died of an overdose at age 24 just before his band's debut album came out.
7 Creepy Cold Cases Where The Killer And Victim Still Remain Unknown
From the unknown woman found dismembered in three suitcases in Pennsylvania to the "Lady of the Dunes" of Cape Cod, go inside history's most baffling cold cases.
The Incredible Story Of Zanjeer, The Heroic Bomb-Sniffing Dog Of India
A beloved Labrador Retriever, Zanjeer saved countless lives during the 1993 terrorist bombings in Mumbai. When he died in 2000, he was honored with a full state funeral.
What Killed The Dinosaurs? Inside The Catastrophic Mass Extinction Event
Though scientists have put forth several theories as to what exactly wiped out the dinosaurs, evidence suggests that an asteroid strike was the beginning of the end for the prehistoric creatures.
The Ruthless Career Of Calico Jack Rackham, The 18th-Century Pirate Who Terrorized The Caribbean
Captain John "Calico Jack" Rackham was known for wearing colorful calico clothing, his marriage to ferocious fellow pirate Anne Bonny, and his absolute mercilessness on the high seas.