Inside Caerlaverock Castle, The Mighty Fortress That Holds 800 Years Of Scottish History
Built in the 13th century by Clan Maxwell, Caerlaverock Castle is a striking triangular fortress on Scotland’s southern coast — which can still be visited today.
An Isolated Miner In Alaska Just Survived A Week-Long Struggle With A Grizzly Bear Before The Coast Guard Saw His SOS
Richard Jessee was driving his ATV near his mining claim when the bear attacked him out of nowhere and destroyed his vehicle and cell phone. Then it kept coming back every night for a week.
Jeanne Baret Was The First Woman To Circumnavigate The Globe — And She Disguised Herself As A Man To Do It
In 1766, Jeanne Baret secretly joined the first French naval voyage around the world by pretending to be a cabin boy.
Inside The World Of The Wolf Eel, The Grotesque Yet Friendly Sea Monster Of The North Pacific
Despite its monstrous jaws and teeth, the wolf eel is actually a gentle giant that’s even known to cuddle with divers.
Inside The Gruesome Murder Of Mark Kilroy At The Hands Of A Satanic Cult
Mark Kilroy was a University of Texas student on spring break in March 1989 when he was tortured and murdered by Adolfo Constanzo’s cult in Matamoros, Mexico.
27 Stunning Photos Of McDermott’s Castle, The Irish Palace With A Haunting Secret
Standing on a tiny island in Lough Key in Ireland, McDermott’s Castle has a rich and eerie history that dates back to the 12th century.
The Baffling True Story Of Adnan Syed And The Murder Of Hae Min Lee Only Hinted At In ‘Serial’
On February 25, 2000, Adnan Syed was found guilty of murdering his ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee. Syed was later sentenced to life in prison — despite the fact that there was no physical evidence.
Underwater Archaeologists Just Discovered A 2,200-Year-Old Military Shipwreck In Ancient Egypt’s Long-Lost Sunken City
Until the foundation of Alexandria, Thônis-Heracleion served as Ancient Egypt's largest port city on the Mediterranean Sea, where Greek merchants dominated trade.
Sewer Workers In Italy Discover 2,000-Year-Old Stone Marking City Limits Of Ancient Rome
One of only 10 of its kind ever found, this ancient stone marked the spiritual, military, and political boundary of the ancient city of Rome.
How True Crime Enthusiast Karls Monzon Pulled Off The 2005 Miami Brinks Heist
On November 6, 2005, Karls Monzon and another masked gunman stormed into a warehouse at Miami International Airport and stole $7.4 million in a matter of minutes — in broad daylight.
The Crimes Of Eric Rudolph, The Atlanta Bomber Who Attacked The 1996 Summer Olympics
On July 27, 1996, Eric Rudolph planted a bomb at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, Georgia. He then targeted two abortion clinics and a lesbian bar before going on the run.