Fridtjof Nansen: The Nobel-Prize Winning Humanitarian Who Was The First To Cross Greenland
He was an arctic explorer, a scientist, and a humanitarian who saved upwards of 7 million people. The biography of Fridtjof Nansen almost defies belief.
Cameron And Janice Hooker: The Monstrous Couple That Kidnapped A Hitchhiker To Be Their Sex Slave
23-year-old Cameron and his wife Janice came to a deal that she could have his baby if he could take in a sex slave — they were both good on their word.
Claus Von Stauffenberg: The German Colonel Who Led An Assassination Plot Against Hitler
Descended from German nobility, von Stauffenberg thought it his duty to defend his nation against threats both inside and out. Hitler became one such threat.
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?
The True Story Of Alfred Kinsey, The Controversial Sexologist And Father Of The Sexual Revolution
Though his reports almost immediately made the New York Times' Bestsellers list, his research was very much not without its critics.
RAF Veteran Could Be Responsible For The 1961 Plane Crash Of U.N. Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld
The peacekeeper's death has eluded investigators for nearly 60 years, but new evidence may have finally named his murderer.
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.
Jim Hutton: The Story Of Freddie Mercury’s Longtime Partner
Discover the true story of Jim Hutton and Queen singer Freddie Mercury's relationship that was only hinted at in "Bohemian Rhapsody."
The Osage Reign Of Terror: How A Bigoted Conspiracy Against The Native Americans Led To The FBI’s First Case
In the 1920s, the Osage were among the wealthiest people in the world. But jealousy and bigotry would bring on a startling and barbaric conspiracy to end their success.
The Sturmabteilung: Hitler’s Unofficial Army Of Thugs
Literally 'Storm Unit,' the SA was once a group of specialized troops under Imperial Germany — until Hitler assembled them en masse to intimidate his political opponents.
Squanto: The True Story Of The Native American Behind The First Thanksgiving
Fluent in English, the Patuxet Native American used his unique relationship with the settlers to increase his own power and influence.