The Story Of Michael Rockefeller’s Death And The Gruesome Theories Behind It
Michael Rockefeller's death in New Guinea in 1961 was initially ruled a drowning — but some believe he was actually eaten by cannibals.
Meet Hiroo Onoda, The Soldier Who Kept Fighting World War II For 29 Years After It Ended
For 29 years after the conflict had ended, Japanese soldier Hiroo Onoda hid out in the jungles and continued waging a war that was long over with.
Meet Ned Kelly, The ‘Australian Robin Hood’ Who Faced Down 40 Police Officers With Just A Pistol And Makeshift Armor
Though he was a notorious thief and cop killer, Ned Kelly became something of a folk hero to Victoria’s poor in the late 19th century, a controversial image that persists to this day.
The Heinous Crimes Of Robert Berdella, “The Kansas City Butcher”
Throughout each of his murders committed in his house in Kansas City, Missouri, Robert Berdella kept detailed notes and photos of his tortured and raped victims.
The Fugate Family Of Kentucky Has Had Blue Skin For Centuries — Here’s Why
For nearly 200 years, the Fugates — known as the blue people of Kentucky — remained largely sealed off from the outside world as they passed their blue skin from generation to generation.
The 15 Creepiest Ghost Ships Ever Found On The High Seas
The mysteries surrounding these ghost ships involve everything from sulphuric acid to a famous yacht race.
The Craziest Andre The Giant Drinking Stories, From $40,000 Bar Tabs To 156 Beers In One Sitting
Standing 7 feet and 4 inches tall and weighing 550 pounds, Andre the Giant possessed a superhuman ability to consume massive amounts of alcohol that would kill anyone else.
The Horrific Survival Tale Of The 11-Year-Old Girl Who Was Orphaned At Sea
Due to a murderous plot, 11-year old Terry Jo Duperrault spent 84 grueling hours alone at sea until she was rescued.
The Story Of The Daring 1962 Alcatraz Escape And The Inmates Behind It
In June of 1962, four inmates attempted the impossible with their Alcatraz escape. Today, their fates remain unknown.
The Story Of Franz Reichelt, The Man Who Died Jumping Off The Eiffel Tower
Inventor Franz Reichelt had so much confidence in his homemade parachute that he tested it in front of a crowd at the Eiffel Tower — but his hopes were immediately dashed.
Turns Out The “Ice Cream Song” From Our Childhood Is Incredibly Racist
The tune's popularity in America and its association with ice cream trucks are the result of decades of racist songs.