The Bizarre History Of Sex Toys, From Ancient Butt Plugs To Steam-Powered Vibrators
With the oldest-known dildo clocking in at 28,000 years, sex toys are older than civilization, religion, and marriage combined.
Inside The Revenge Killing Of Frank DeCicco, The Gambino Underboss Who Brazenly Took Out A Don
Frank DeCicco helped John Gotti take over the family by murdering their boss — only to be killed in a bombing months later.
Minnie Dean Was A Caretaker Known As A ‘Baby Farmer’ — Then They Found Actual Bodies In Her Garden
After three bodies were discovered on her property in 1895, Minnie Dean became the first and only woman to be executed for her crimes in New Zealand's history.
The Story Behind The 9/11 Photo Of A Doomed Fire Truck Heading Toward The Twin Towers
Amateur photographer Aaron McLamb captured an iconic photo of Ladder 118 as it crossed the Brooklyn Bridge — not knowing that it would be the fire truck's last run.
Meet Elizabeth Stride, The Only Victim Jack The Ripper Didn’t Mutilate — Because He Was Nearly Caught
A local man found Elizabeth Stride's body so soon after the murder that he suspected Jack the Ripper was still hiding there in the pitch-black backyard with him.
Meet Bill Bufalino, The Lawyer Who Abandoned Jimmy Hoffa Right Before His Disappearance
Attorney Bill Bufalino represented Jimmy Hoffa for decades until his mobster cousin Russell Bufalino wanted the union president gone.
Russell Bufalino, ‘The Silent Don’ Who May Have Been Behind The Disappearance Of Jimmy Hoffa
Not only did Pennsylvania godfather Russell Bufalino supposedly hire Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran to murder union leader Jimmy Hoffa, he may have also tried to assassinate Castro.
Little-Known Philly Mob Boss Angelo Bruno May Have Been Behind The Murder Of Jimmy Hoffa — And JFK
Angelo Bruno transformed the Philadelphia mob into a booming criminal operation, but did he also have a hand in the mysterious disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa?
The Grotesque Dissection Of Annie Chapman, Jack The Ripper’s Second Victim
In 1888, London was terrorstruck by the grotesque murders of Jack the Ripper, who was shortly about to claim his next-victim: 47-year-old prostitute Annie Chapman.
The Gulf Of Tonkin Incident: The Lie That Sparked The Vietnam War
In August 1964, the United States entered the Vietnam War after reports of an unprovoked attack in the Gulf of Tonkin. But the reports were false — and the president knew it.
Before There Was The Incredible Hulk, There Was Cú Chulainn: The Superhuman Of Irish Myth
The legendary half-god Cú Chulainn was a staple in ancient Irish mythology because of his Herculean strength — and rage.