The Forgotten Murder Of Gary Hinman, The First Manson Family Victim
Just days before the Tate-LaBianca murders, a musician named Gary Hinman opened his home to members of the Manson Family — and was brutally murdered for it.
Does Ted Bundy’s Childhood Hold The Key To His Madness?
Ted Bundy's childhood was a troubled one. He never knew who his biological father was, though some rumors claimed that it was his own grandfather through incest.
Was Albert DeSalvo Really The ‘Boston Strangler’?
In 1967, Albert DeSalvo confessed to sexually assaulting and killing 13 women. The cops thought they found the "Boston Strangler," but DeSalvo was never tried for the murders.
Meet Ted Bundy’s Mom, Eleanor Louise Cowell, Who Never Questioned His Innocence
Ted Bundy's mom defended him to the bitter end, saying "You'll always be my precious son."
Inside The Manson Family’s Wild Summer At Beach Boys Drummer Dennis Wilson’s House
A year before Sharon Tate was murdered, Charles Manson was living in quiet anonymity, making music in the home of Beach Boys drummer Dennis Wilson.
Inside Spahn Ranch, Where The Manson Family Lived During Their Murder Spree
In 1968, the Manson Family moved into George Spahn’s dilapidated Southern California ranch. The next year, they committed mass murder.
Her Deal With The Devil: How Karla Homolka Spent Only 12 Years In Prison For Murder, Rape, And Torture
In the '90s, Karla Homolka presented her husband with innocent young women to rape, torture, and murder. Today, she volunteers with elementary school children.
Aron Ralston And The Harrowing True Story Of ‘127 Hours’
Aron Ralston — the man behind the true story of 127 Hours — drank his own urine and carved his own epitaph before amputating his arm in a Utah canyon.
Vercingetorix: The Ancient Freedom Fighter Who Nearly Beat Caesar
Why Vercingetorix was Julius Caesar's arch-rival and is still regarded as a national hero in France to this day.
Meet The Megatherium: The Adorable 13-Foot Sloth That Ruled The Prehistoric Amazon
The Megatherium roamed South America for some 5.3 million years before it fell victim to mass extinction — though some rainforest natives claim to have seen a similar creature roving through the trees.
Meet Rudolf Virchow, The Victorian “Pope Of Medicine” Who Didn’t Believe In Evolution
Rudolf Virchow's work spanned pathology, forensics, and cancer research. But for all his work, Virchow was also quite ignorant on two of the biggest medical advancements in modern medicine.