Woman In New York City Escapes Her Kidnapper By Leaving A Note To Call The Police With Grubhub
A 24-year-old woman in New York included a plea for help in her GrubHub order, prompting restaurant workers to call the police.
Inside Operation Northwoods, The U.S. Military Plot To Incite A War With Cuba
Devised by the Joint Chiefs of Staff in 1962, Operation Northwoods called for CIA agents to attack the U.S. military and civilians so they could blame it on Cuba's communist regime.
Inside The Tragic Murder Of Ennis Cosby, Bill Cosby’s Son Who Was Killed In Cold Blood
On January 16, 1997, Ennis Cosby pulled his car over to the side of a Los Angeles interstate to change a tire and was brutally gunned down by Mikhail Markhasev during a failed robbery.
Meet Adam Weishaupt, The German Philosopher Who Founded The Illuminati In 1776
While many are familiar with conspiracy theories claiming that the Illuminati had a hand in events like the French Revolution or the assassination of John F. Kennedy, few know the story of the organization's founder, Adam Weishaupt.
Timber From 17th-Century Spanish Shipwreck Discovered In Caves Off Oregon’s Coast
Legends of the shipwreck long tantalized Oregonians and may have even inspired Steven Spielberg's 1985 film The Goonies.
Florida Teens Just Broke Into An $8-Million Mansion, Threw A Wild Party, And Shared The Whole Thing On Social Media
The teenagers posted images and videos of the party, which took place in a luxurious mansion in Watercolor, Florida.
22 Marilyn Monroe Facts That Reveal The Woman Behind The Hollywood Icon
From her troubled childhood to her famous films to her mysterious death, discover some of the most fascinating facts about Marilyn Monroe.
A Devastating Drought Just Revealed A Sunken World War II Shipwreck In Italy’s Largest River
The Zibello transported wood during the war and sank in 1943.
The Harrowing Story Of Jody Plauché — The Boy Whose Father Shot His Rapist On Live TV
Jody Plauché was just 11 when he was kidnapped and repeatedly raped by his karate teacher Jeff Doucet — then in March 1984, his father Gary Plauché took deadly revenge.
Scientists In Israel May Have Just Identified The World’s Oldest Campfire
Researchers in Israel used artificial intelligence to determine that ancient people living at the Evron Quarry site burned flint and animal bones.
This Navy Veteran Just Reunited With His Long-Lost First Love — Seven Decades After The Korean War Separated Them
In 1953, Duane Mann and Peggy Yamaguchi started planning their lives together before the end of the Korean War tore them apart.