Lost Nazi Enigma Machine Discovered In Baltic Sea By Diving Clean-Up Crew
While removing discarded nets from the bottom of Germany's Gelting Bay, divers discovered a rare encryption device that the Nazis relied on throughout World War II.
Former North Korean Gymnast Defects By Vaulting Over Border Wall Into South Korea
After hiding out for 14 hours, the young man handed himself over to South Korean officials and requested asylum.
55 Of History’s Creepiest Pictures — And Their Equally Disturbing Backstories
From evil science experiments to serial killers to the paranormal, these creepy photos plumb the depths of human history's dark side.
Researchers Just Uncovered An Ancient 39-Foot Whale Skeleton In Thailand
The fossilized remains of a Bryde's whale were found near Bangkok, seven miles inland from the shore.
Archaeologists Found A 12.500-Year-Old ‘Sistine Chapel Of The Ancients’ In The Amazon Jungle
"Every turn you do, it's a new wall of paintings."
28 Pictures From Sweden’s Disgusting Food Museum That Will Make You Gag
With tickets that double as barf bags, the Disgusting Food Museum in Sweden aims to inspire both nausea and curiosity about why certain foods are considered "disgusting."
9 Women Who Fell In Love With Cold-Blooded Killers — Despite Their Heinous Crimes
From Ted Bundy to Charles Manson, these infamous murderers had no problem finding love after they were convicted.
10 Medieval Execution Methods That Are The Definition Of Cruel And Unusual
From impalement to the blood eagle, these execution methods prove that they mastered the art of pain in the Middle Ages.
400-Year-Old Drawing Of Hallucinogenic ‘Trance Flower’ Found In Cave Belonging To Indigenous Californians
The cave is believed to have been in use by the Chumash people between 1600 and 1800, and evidently served as a space in which they could trip on the flower Datura wrightii.
Somebody Put A 12-Foot Monolith In The Utah Desert And Nobody Knows Why
"That's been about the strangest thing that I've come across out there in all my years of flying."
British Pianist Soothes Thailand’s Hungry Macaque Monkeys With His Music
Since the coronavirus pandemic brought tourism to a halt, Thailand's monkeys have been starving and aggressive.