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Meet Big Nose Kate, The Tough-As-Nails Lover Of Wild West Outlaw Doc Holliday

Meet Big Nose Kate, The Tough-As-Nails Lover Of Wild West Outlaw Doc Holliday

Around 1877, Doc Holliday met Big Nose Kate at a saloon in Texas — and embarked on a decade-long love affair that saw the couple in violent fights, shootouts, and behind bars.
A Massachusetts Dominatrix Was Just Found Guilty In The Gruesome Killing Of Her Ex-Boyfriend

A Massachusetts Dominatrix Was Just Found Guilty In The Gruesome Killing Of Her Ex-Boyfriend

A court found Julia Enright guilty of murdering Brandon Chicklis in 2018, which prosecution alleged she did as a "special gift" to her current boyfriend.
Archaeologists Stumble Across A Rope-Bound Mummy In Peru Likely More Than 800 Years Old

Archaeologists Stumble Across A Rope-Bound Mummy In Peru Likely More Than 800 Years Old

The mummy lived even before the Incas and was buried according to funerary customs at the time.
The Chilling Story Of How Susan Edwards Killed Her Parents In Cold Blood And Buried Them In Their Garden

The Chilling Story Of How Susan Edwards Killed Her Parents In Cold Blood And Buried Them In Their Garden

For 15 years after the murders, Susan Edwards and her husband Christopher spun elaborate lies that her parents were still alive — all while draining their bank accounts.
Rare Copy Of The US Constitution Sells For A Record-Breaking $43.2 Million

Rare Copy Of The US Constitution Sells For A Record-Breaking $43.2 Million

A crowdfunded cryptocurrency group called ConstitutionDAO added some drama to the auction by raising $40 million in hopes of buying the document but were ultimately outbid.
How Chief Red Cloud Waged War With The U.S. Army Over His People’s Land — And Won

How Chief Red Cloud Waged War With The U.S. Army Over His People’s Land — And Won

From 1866 to 1868, Sioux Chief Red Cloud successfully fought the expansion of white settlers into Oglala Lakota territory in Wyoming, Montana, and South Dakota.
9 Inspiring Native American Women Who Have Gone Tragically Overlooked In The History Books

9 Inspiring Native American Women Who Have Gone Tragically Overlooked In The History Books

From fierce female warriors to brave political activists, take a look at some of the most powerful and influential Native American women throughout history.
DNA Analysis Just Revealed The Identity Of New Jersey’s ‘Tiger Lady,’ Who Was Murdered In 1991

DNA Analysis Just Revealed The Identity Of New Jersey’s ‘Tiger Lady,’ Who Was Murdered In 1991

The "Tiger Lady" has been identified as Wendy Louise Baker, a 16-year-old from Pennsylvania whose decomposing remains were discovered near Interstate 80 in Knowlton Township, New Jersey.
This Brazilian Cow Escaped Slaughter And Headed Straight For An Amuseument Park

This Brazilian Cow Escaped Slaughter And Headed Straight For An Amuseument Park

After fleeing a ranch near São Paulo, the cow explored a nearby amusement park and even slid down a water slide.
Once Nearly Extinct, Sea Lions In New Zealand Are Surging Back With A Vengeance

Once Nearly Extinct, Sea Lions In New Zealand Are Surging Back With A Vengeance

As sea lions return to their native habitats in New Zealand, experts are trying to figure out the best way for the animals to co-exist with humans.
‘Lost’ Sun Temple From 4,500 Years Ago Discovered In Egypt — Beneath A Newer One

‘Lost’ Sun Temple From 4,500 Years Ago Discovered In Egypt — Beneath A Newer One

The mud-brick temple discovered in Abu Ghurab dates back to the mid 25th century BCE and is likely one of six sun temples mentioned in ancient Egypt inscriptions.