33 Photos That Show Why The Stanley Hotel Is One Of The Creepiest Places On Earth
Take a peek inside Stanley Hotel, the haunted Colorado resort that inspired Stephen King's The Shining — if you dare.
The Story Of Ted Bundy, ‘The Very Definition Of Heartless Evil’
Ted Bundy described himself as "the most cold-hearted son of a bitch you'll ever meet." His crimes certainly prove that statement true.
R. Budd Dwyer: The Politician Who Killed Himself On Television In 1987
In 1986, Pennsylvania state treasurer Robert Budd Dwyer was convicted of bribery charges — then he shot himself in front of television cameras a few months later.
How Drugs Like Pervitin And Cocaine Fueled The Nazis’ Rise And Fall
Despite Adolf Hitler's anti-drug rhetoric, Nazi Germany used a little courage pill called Pervitin to take Europe by storm. It turns out it was pure methamphetamine.
D-Day Pictures And Stories That Capture The Gravity Of The Normandy Invasion
On D-Day, more than 160,000 Allied troops converged on a single stretch of coastline to begin the Normandy invasion — and turn the tide of World War II.
12 Titanic Survivors Whose Stories Reveal The Tragedy’s True Scope
These unforgettable stories of Titanic survivors capture the bravery, horror, and grief of the disaster that left more than 1,500 people dead in the North Atlantic in April 1912.
How Carroll Shelby Built America’s Most Iconic Muscle Car And Became A Racing Legend
From raising chickens to racing Cobras, Carroll Shelby's high-octane life led him from East Texas to global fame.
Colorized Civil War Photos That Bring America’s Deadliest Conflict To Life
With more than half a million dead in just four years, the Civil War was America's bloodiest conflict and the first to be extensively documented through photography.
How Ken Miles Helped Ford Beat Ferrari Before Dying Tragically Behind The Wheel
From motorcycle races and commanding World War II tanks to leading Ford to victory over Ferrari at 24 Hours of Le Mans, Ken Miles lived and died in the fast lane.
44 Unsettling Images Of Life Inside The Hitler Youth, The Nazis’ Army Of Brainwashed Children
From the rise of the Third Reich and into the post-war era, the Hitler Youth were molded to be faithful devotees of the Nazi regime — and to turn on even their own parents if they spoke ill of Hitler.
‘A Harvest Of Death’: 33 Haunting Photos Of The Battle Of Gettysburg
The Battle of Gettysburg was the pivotal moment of the Civil War and the bloodiest hour in American history. These photos tell its story.