27 Statue Of Liberty Facts That Bust The Myths And Reveal The True History
From its original color to its true name, these Statue of Liberty facts will leave even the history buffs surprised.
33 Interesting France Facts From The Land Of Wine, Cheese, And Fascinating Tidbits
From their seemingly unbelievable cheese consumption to their military dominance, these interesting France facts prove there's a lot you don't know about the most visited country on Earth.
16 Disturbing Photos Of Shrunken Heads Known In The Amazon As ‘Tsantsa’
If you dare, discover how and why shrunken heads ("tsantsa" in the Amazon) have long been produced in South America and beyond.
Valley Of Death: 33 Historic Photos From The Crimean War
These haunting Crimean War photos represent some of the first battlefield photos ever taken and reveal the history of this overlooked conflict that shaped Europe for decades.
“A Harvest Of Death”: 33 Haunting Photos Of The Battle Of Gettysburg
The Battle of Gettysburg was the pivotal moment of the Civil War and the bloodiest hour in American history. These photos tell its story.
There’s A Giant Rock Formation Off Japan’s Coast And No One Knows If It’s Manmade
The Yonaguni Monument wasn't discovered until 1987, and in that short time it's already become a tourist attraction off Yonaguni Island.
How Georgia Tann Stole And Sold 5,000 Babies In The Black Market
From 1924 to 1950, Georgia Tann and the Tennessee Children’s Home Society stole and sold an estimated 5,000 children.
The 18 Weirdest Items To Ever Wash Up On The Beach
The ocean has always been full of weird marine life. But how do you explain robot arms and disembodied feet?
17 Photos That Show How Excruciating The Bataan Death March Really Was
Bataan Death March prisoners were forced to march as they were beaten and stabbed and random, then shot or run over if they got tired.
21 Harrowing Images From The Chinese Civil War
From the soldiers on the battlefields to the civilians caught in the crossfire, these are the most powerful photos of the Chinese Civil War.
Colombia Has A Wild Hippo Problem Started By The Ones That Were Pablo Escobar’s Pets
In the 1980s, there were four hippos in Pablo Escobar's Colombian zoo. Now, there are as many as 40 living in various lakes and neighboring rivers.