This Thrift Store Artwork On Sale For $10 Turned Out To Be A Signed Salvador Dalí Woodcut Print
A sharp-eyed volunteer spotted the print, which is based on a series of watercolors Salvador Dalí produced in homage to Dante's "Divine Comedy."
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.
The True Story Of Doc Holliday, The Gunslinging Dentist Who Became A Wild West Legend
A sickly dentist and gambler turned deadly gunman, Doc Holliday made history in Tombstone during the iconic Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.
Melting Glacier Reveals World War I Shelter And Artifacts In The Italian Alps
"The artifacts are a representation, like a time machine, of... the extreme conditions of life during the First World War."
2,000-Year-Old Egyptian Mummy Turns Out To Be A Pregnant Woman In World First
Scientists say 10 percent of mummies are found in the wrong coffin because of grave robbers — and that's likely what happened to this woman.
Woman Faces Felony Charges For Forgetting To Return ‘Sabrina The Teenage Witch’ VHS Tape 20 Years Ago
“The first thing she told me was felony embezzlement, so I thought I was gonna have a heart attack."
Divers Discover A 3,000-Year-Old Sunken Bronze Age Village Beneath A Swiss Lake
The discovery redefines the city of Lucerne's history and suggests that the area was settled 2,000 years earlier than previously assumed.
Suspected Rhino Poacher Trampled To Death By Stampeding Elephants
The Save the Rhino organization estimates that poachers kill one rhino for its horns each day in South Africa.
Buddhist Monk In Search Of Enlightenment Cuts Off Own Head With Homemade Guillotine
"His wish was to offer his head and his soul. So that the Lord could help him reincarnate as a higher spiritual being in the next life."
The Story Of Anne Bonny, The Sword-Wielding Pirate Who Ruled The Caribbean
One of the only female pirates in recorded history, Anne Bonny became a legendary marauder in the Caribbean during the 18th century.
How Nikola Tesla’s Death Brought A Tragic End To The Iconic Inventor’s Groundbreaking Career
When Nikola Tesla died on Jan. 7, 1943, he had only the company of his pigeons and his obsessions — then the FBI came for his research.