How Did Elvis Die? Inside The True Story Of The King Of Rock And Roll’s Death
From the official cause to the underlying factors of drug abuse and obesity to the doctor who may have been responsible, learn the full answer behind the question of how Elvis really died.
He Was Hollywood’s Favorite Native American, But Iron Eyes Cody Wasn’t Native At All
Iron Eyes Cody quickly became Hollywood's go-to actor for Native American roles, but America's noble "Indian" was of Sicilian descent.
The Story Behind The Gruesome Wounded Knee Massacre
The Wounded Knee Massacre in 1890 was one of the most notorious episodes of violence by the United States government against Native Americans.
Czeslawa Kwoka Died At The Hands Of The Nazis, But The Power Of Her Auschwitz Portrait Lives On
The Nazis may have killed 14-year-old Czeslawa Kwoka at Auschwitz. But they couldn't extinguish the haunting power of the photo they took of her before she died.
Johnny Gosch Went Missing – But His Mom Says He Visited Her 15 Years Later
Fifteen years after Johnny Gosch's disappearance in 1982, his mom claims he visited her in the middle of the night for one hour with a stranger.
The Legend Of La Llorona: “The Weeping Woman” Of Your Nightmares
A tragic figure in Mexican folklore, La Llorona wears white and wanders the waterside in profound grief.
Squanto: The True Story Of The Native American Behind The First Thanksgiving
As the last survivor of the Patuxet tribe, Squanto used his fluency in English and his unique relationship with the Pilgrim settlers at Plymouth to leave an indelible mark on American history.
Ira Hayes Raised The Flag At Iwo Jima – But His Story Ended In Tragedy
Marine paratrooper and Pima tribesman Ira Hamilton Hayes was immortalized in the photo of the U.S. flag being raised over Mount Suribachi during the Battle of Iwo Jima.
The Sand Creek Massacre: When U.S. Forces Slaughtered As Many As 200 Unsuspecting Native Americans
The Sand Creek Massacre of 1864 saw John Chivington and his 675 men slaughter hundreds of Cheyenne and Arapaho in present-day Colorado.
The Controversial Story Of Farah Pahlavi, The ‘Jackie Kennedy Of The Middle East’
Was Empress of Iran Farah Pahlavi the Marie Antoinette of her day or a forward-thinking leader unappreciated in her own time?
Joe Arridy: The Mentally Disabled Man Executed For A Grisly Murder He Didn’t Commit
Blissfully unable to even understand the concept of dying, Joe Arridy was described by his prison warden as "the happiest man who ever lived on death row."