Inside The Disappearance Of Tara Calico And The Frightening Photos Left Behind
Tara Calico disappeared in Belen, New Mexico on September 20, 1988. A year later, two Polaroids of a tied-up woman were discovered in Florida — was it her?
The Tragic Story Of Edie Sedgwick, The Femme Fatale Who Inspired Andy Warhol And Bob Dylan
Known for both her beauty and her personal demons, Edie Sedgwick shot to fame as an actress with Andy Warhol's "Superstars" before dying at 28 in 1971.
The Incredible True Story Of Bessie Coleman, American History’s First Black Female Pilot
When no one in the United States would train her, Bessie Coleman enrolled in a prestigious flight school in France — and became a fearless stunt pilot known across the world.
Inside Operation Mockingbird — The CIA’s Plan To Infiltrate The Media
Operation Mockingbird was an alleged CIA project that recruited journalists to write fake stories promoting government ideas while dispelling communist ones.
The Incredible Story Of Juliane Koepcke, The Teenager Who Fell 10,000 Feet And Trekked The Jungle For 11 Days
After being the sole survivor of a plane crash in Peru, Juliane Koepcke spent 11 days in the jungle clawing her way back to civilization.
How Abigail Williams Started The Salem Witch Trials
Abigail Williams was one of the first people "afflicted" during the Salem Witch Trials and one of the first to accuse others of witchcraft. Then she vanished.
The Tragic Story Of Joyce Vincent — The Dead Woman Who Went Unnoticed For Two Years
Joyce Carol Vincent was a 38-year-old woman in London with a family and friends. So why did it take over two years for people to realize she had died?
The Monstrous Crimes Of The Dorothea Puente, The “Death House Landlady”
In 1980s California, Dorothea Puente's house was a den of theft and murder as this terrifying landlady killed at least nine of her unsuspecting tenants.
Wladyslaw Szpilman And The Incredible True Story Of “The Pianist”
Wladyslaw Szpilman was a Jewish pianist living in Warsaw, Poland during World War II. He didn't know that his musical abilities would save his own life.
The Unbelievable Story Of Richard Lee McNair – The Man Who Mailed Himself Out Of Prison
After Richard Lee McNair mailed himself out, perhaps the most astounding part of his escape was still yet to come.
The Sad And Short Life Of Stuart Sutcliffe — The Fifth Beatle
There was a time when Stuart Sutcliffe — before he quit and tragically died in 1962 — made the Beatles an actual five-piece band.