‘The Scream’ Has A Hidden Message In It And Experts Just Figured Out Who Wrote It
The words "Could only have been painted by a madman" were written atop the paint in pencil near the corner of the frame.
A Fisherman In Indonesia Just Caught A Baby Shark With A ‘Human Face’ — And Experts Are Baffled
"I split the belly of the mother shark and found three pups in the stomach. Two were like the mother and this one looked like it had a human face."
A Pack Of Blue Dogs Was Found Roaming Near A Shuttered Chemical Plant In Russia
The Dzerzhinskoye Orgsteklo factory has been closed for six years and blue dogs have been seen roaming the area almost ever since.
Researchers Find The ‘Original’ Stonehenge — And It’s Not In England
According to researchers, the earliest version of Stonehenge was built in southwest Wales over 5,000 years ago.
Skeletal Remains Found In The 18th-Century Wreck Of The Pirate Ship ‘Whydah’ Off The Coast Of Cape Cod
Researchers believe that one of the Whydah skeletons might belong to the legendary pirate Samuel "Black Sam" Bellamy.
Nine Russian Hikers Just Disappeared At The Dyatlov Pass, Where Nine Mysteriously Died In 1959
After the hikers heard about the group that died there 60 years ago and were left with eyes and tongues missing, they decided that they wanted to make the trek there too.
How The Civil War Started And Ended On Virginia Grocer Wilmer McLean’s Property
Wilmer McLean moved his family 100 miles south after the first battle of the Civil War broke out in his yard — but through a strange twist of fate, Robert E. Lee signed his surrender to Ulysses S. Grant in McLean's new parlor.
Inside The Historic Moment When Martin Luther King And Malcolm X Met For The First And Only Time
On March 26, 1964, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. met on Capitol Hill and discussed working together in the future — but within a year, one of them was dead.
Meet Paul Grüninger, The Forgotten WW2 Hero Who Defied Orders To Save Thousands Of Jews
From 1938 to 1939, Swiss border commander Paul Grüninger falsified 3,600 Jewish refugees' passports, helping them escape the Holocaust.
Meet D.B. Cooper, The Mysterious Plane Hijacker Who Stole $200K And Escaped Via Parachute
On November 24, 1971, a man who called himself Dan Cooper booked a one-way plane ticket from Portland to Seattle. Over the course of a few hours, he hijacked the plane, collected a ransom, and vanished into thin air.
The Haunting Story Of John Lennon’s Death At The Hands Of A Crazed Fan
On December 8, 1980, a young man named Mark David Chapman asked John Lennon for his autograph in New York. Hours later, he fired four hollow-point bullets into Lennon's back — killing him almost instantly.