Tom and Eileen Lonergan: The American Couple Who Disappeared In The Great Barrier Reef
Tom and Eileen Lonergan went on a group scuba diving trip to the Coral Sea in January 1998 — before they were accidentally abandoned and never seen again.
Did Mary Reeser Spontaneously Combust — Or Is There Another Explanation For Her Bizarre Death?
In July 1951, Mary Reeser mysteriously burned into a pile of ashes in her Florida home, but the apartment around her suffered almost no damage, leading to theories that she had spontaneously combusted.
Keelhauling: Inside The Deranged Torture Method Used To Keep Sailors In Line
An infamous punishment used to maintain order at sea in the 17th and 18th centuries, keelhauling was when sailors would be dragged under ships as punishment.
The Horrifying Story Of Colleen Stan — ‘The Girl In The Box’
Colleen Stan became known as the "girl in the box" after she was held prisoner by Cameron and Janice Hooker inside their California home between 1977 and 1984.
Meet Christopher Scarver — The Man Who Killed Jeffrey Dahmer
Christopher Scarver didn't like Jeffrey Dahmer's crimes. So on November 28, 1994, in Columbia Correctional Institution, he did something about it.
Operation Anthropoid And The Plot To Kill The Architect Of The Holocaust
Operation Anthropoid, a secret plan to kill Reinhard Heydrich in 1942, was the only successful assassination of a top Nazi officer during World War II.
The Bizarre Story Of Casu Marzu, The Illegal Maggot Cheese That’s A Beloved Delicacy In Italy
Literally translating to "rotting cheese," casu marzu is a traditional Sardinian pecorino made with sheep's milk — and filled with live maggots.
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.