Who Was Adolf Hitler’s Mother? The Little-Known Story Of Klara Hitler
The devoted mother of Adolf Hitler, Klara Hitler died of cancer in December 1907 while in the care of a Jewish doctor, leading some to speculate that this tragedy set the future dictator on his deadly path.
La Catedral: Inside The Luxurious Prison Colombia Allowed Pablo Escobar To Make For Himself
The fortress was specially constructed on a foggy mountainside to keep Escobar's enemies out — and not the cocaine kingpin in.
Paul Avery And His Harrowing Investigation Of The Zodiac Killer
Paul Avery was a top reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle reporting on the infamous Zodiac killings. But after making a break in the case, the killer took to tormenting him with letters and cards.
Commodus, The Unhinged Roman Emperor Who Went Mad With Power
From 180 to 192 C.E., Emperor Commodus ruled ancient Rome with an insatiable lust for power that brought an end to the fabled Pax Romana.
Robert The Bruce: The Story Behind The Scottish Ruler Of ‘Braveheart’ And ‘Outlaw King’
In the early 14th century, Robert the Bruce became the King of Scots and ensured his country's independence after repulsing several English invasions.
Can Animals Have Down Syndrome? Inside The Truth Behind This Popular Internet Content
From Kenny the tiger to Otto the kitten, you've probably seen content about animals with Down syndrome. But what's the truth about their conditions?
The Corpsewood Manor Murders: A Story Of Satanism, Sex Parties, And Slaughter
In December 1982, Charles Scudder and his partner Joseph Odom were brutally murdered in their Corpsewood home by two acquaintances in a drug-fueled robbery gone awry.
Inside The Legend Of La Llorona, The Vengeful Spirit Of The Southwest
According to Mexican legend, La Llorona is the ghost of a mother who killed her children — and causes grave misfortune to all near her.
Why Snake Island Is The Scariest Place On Planet Earth
Known as Snake Island, the viper-infested Ilha da Queimada Grande sits in the Atlantic Ocean about 90 miles off the coast of southeastern Brazil.
Inside Jim Hutton And Freddie Mercury’s Touching Love Story
Jim Hutton and Freddie Mercury enjoyed seven love-filled years together before the latter died of AIDS-related complications on November 24, 1991.
Inside The Enigmatic Story Of Yasuke, The Black Samurai Of 16th-Century Japan
The first African man to become a samurai, Yasuke certainly made a mark on feudal Japan — though much about his life remains a mystery.