Meet Rosalie Jean Willis: The Woman Charles Manson Tried To Lead A Normal Life With
Charles Manson's first wife, Rosalie Jean Willis, seemed doomed from the get-go. All three of her children died before she did — while Charles Manson lived to see old age.
Meet Boris Shcherbina: The Man Who Evacuated Pripyat After Chernobyl Exploded
After the Chernobyl nuclear power plant suffered a meltdown in 1986, Soviet leader Boris Shcherbina found himself supervising the cleanup of one of modern history's worst catastrophes.
String Of Acquittals In Japanese Rape Cases Sparks Mass Protests
In one recent case, a father who raped his underage daughter was allowed to walk free even though the sex was proven to be non-consensual because prosecutors couldn't prove that she sufficiently fought back.
Earth Is Approaching A Meteor Swarm Believed To Have Destroyed A Russian Forest 100 Years Ago
The last Taurid swarm to impact our planet brought down 80 million trees. While that, fortunately, occurred in the middle of Siberia, scientists are concerned we're due for another sooner rather than later.
Trump Administration To Use Former Japanese Internment Camp To Hold Migrant Children
The now-150-year-old Army base will hold 1,400 migrant children who've been separated from their families at the border.
Decomposing Body Leaks Into Thai Restaurant Downstairs
If it weren't for the neighbor who called the police to investigate a fellow tenant's whereabouts, the man's body might still be leaking blood into the kitchen below.
Kim Jong-un’s Half Brother Might’ve Been Assassinated As Retribution For Colluding With The U.S.
In 2017, two women snuck up on Kim Jong-nam at an airport in Kuala Lumpur and dosed him with VX nerve gas. Now, an inside source claims that his alleged role as a CIA informant might have had something to do with it.
The Brief And Tragic Life Of Charles Manson Jr., The Cult Leader’s Son Who Killed Himself
Charles Manson's son, Charles Manson Jr., couldn't stand the story behind his name. He tried changing it — but still found no solace.
Meet Sonia Sutcliffe, Serial Killer Peter Sutcliffe’s Oblivious Wife
While Sonia Sutcliffe was a school teacher, her husband was committing rapes and murders across northern England. Hounded by the press once the truth came out, she's lived her life in his shadow ever since.
Anti-Abortion Laws In America Forced This Woman To Give Birth To A Baby Without A Brain Or Skull
This first-hand account of a mother and child in peril denied an abortion is a harrowing reminder of how prohibition often works only against itself.
They Fell Victim To The Irish Famine In 1847. More Than 150 Years Later, Their Remains Washed Ashore In Canada.
The bones recovered from Canada's Cap-des-Rosiers beach indicated a diet low in protein and severe malnutrition, confirming they were very likely victims of the Great Famine of Ireland.