Sacagawea, The Shoshone Woman Who Helped Lewis And Clark Map The American West
Sacagawea played a crucial role during the Lewis and Clark expedition as a guide, forager, and translator, but she was never compensated for her services.
Civil War Weapons Pulled Out Of South Carolina River 160 Years After Union Forces Dumped Them There
Union troops dumped more than 1 million ball cartridges and 26,000 pounds of gunpowder into the Congaree River during the capture of Columbia in February 1865.
Who Really Killed Bonny Lee Bakley? Inside The Brutal Murder Of Robert Blake’s Wife
On May 4, 2001, Bonny Lee Bakley was shot to death in her husband Robert Blake's parked car in Los Angeles — but who pulled the trigger?
Uncovered Artifacts Shed New Light On One Of Victorian London’s Most Notorious Workhouses
Though London's St. Pancras Workhouse became so notorious that some have linked it to Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist, excavations suggest that it was originally intended to support and comfort its inhabitants.
The Murky Story Of Mary Magdalene And Her Relationship With Jesus Christ
Throughout history, Mary Magdalene has been portrayed as a prostitute, Jesus' wife, and a saint — but what's the truth behind this famous disciple?
The Surprising Truth Behind The Pablo Escobar White House Photo
Being a notorious Colombian drug lord didn't stop Pablo Escobar from visiting the White House in the early 1980s and taking a photo with his son.
‘Woman With The Flower Tattoo’ Identified 31 Years After Her Murder In Belgium
Rita Roberts was identified thanks to Operation Identify Me, an international police effort that seeks to identify 22 women who were murdered in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany over the past 50 years.
The Captivating Story Of Grace Kelly, The Hollywood Icon Who Left Acting At The Height Of Her Fame To Become A Princess
After finding fame as an actress, Grace Kelly gave up stardom in 1956 to marry Rainier III, Prince of Monaco, and become a royal.
The Real History Of The Pilgrims That You Didn’t Learn In School
Who were the Pilgrims? Where did they come from? And why did they come to America? Here's why your history books only tell part of the story.
‘Magical’ Roman Wind Chime With Winged Phallus Meant To Ward Off The Evil Eye Discovered In Serbia
The bronze wind chime phallus once hung at the entrance of a large home in the ancient Roman city of Viminacium.
44 Photos That Show How The Rust Belt Became A Ghost Of Its Former Glory
Once a thriving industrial region in the United States, the Rust Belt is now blighted by economic decline, population loss, and urban decay.