Archaeologists Just Determined These Sandals Found In A Spanish Bat Cave Are The Oldest Shoes In Europe
Researchers announced that the woven grass sandals discovered in Spain's Cueva de los Murciélagos are roughly 6,200 years old, making them the oldest shoes ever discovered in Europe.
Rare Ford’s Theatre Tickets From The Night Of The Lincoln Assassination Sold At Auction
The theatre tickets are exceedingly rare, as just a few from the fateful night of April 14, 1865, are known to survive.
Mexican Police Arrest ‘Chucky’ Doll For Threatening The Public
The Chucky doll and its owner were arrested by police in Monclova, Mexico, for threatening people with a knife.
The Appalling Story Of Josef Fritzl, The ‘Monster’ Father Of Elisabeth Fritzl
Go inside the horrific crimes of Josef Fritzl, the Austrian criminal who imprisoned and sexually abused his own daughter Elisabeth for 24 years.
Inside The Murky Origins Of The Term ‘Whipping Boy,’ A Child Said To Have Been Punished In The Place Of A Young Royal
Though some accounts claim that whipping boys were used by royal families as a proxy for young princes who could not be physically punished, many modern historians say they never actually existed.
33 Stunning Photos That Capture The Golden Age Of Supermodels
In the early 1990s, supermodels like Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell skyrocketed to fame — but they soon became notorious for their attitudes.
Billy Chemirmir, A Serial Killer Accused Of Murdering More Than 20 Elderly Women, Was Just Killed In Prison
Between 2016 and 2018, Billy Chemirmir allegedly killed 22 elderly women in Texas in order to steal their jewelry.
How Jim Jones Became One Of The Worst Cult Leaders In History
Peoples Temple leader Jim Jones promised his followers a utopia. Instead, he led over 900 people to their deaths.
Who Was Mary Jayne Gold? The True Story Behind The Heiress Portrayed In Netflix’s ‘Transatlantic’
Though she had a reputation as a wealthy playgirl, Mary Jayne Gold would make her way to Marseille during World War II where she worked to smuggle thousands of people out of the country.
An Ancient Japanese Tomb Was Just Discovered Under A Parking Lot Shrub
Local experts had long suspected that the shrub concealed a tomb, and their hunch proved correct when archaeologists uncovered a kofun burial mound from the sixth century.
How Did Napoleon Die? Inside The French Emperor’s Mysterious Demise
On May 5, 1821, Napoleon Bonaparte died in exile on the British-held island of Saint Helena. Though the cause was believed to have been stomach cancer, questions remain.