Serial Killer Gary Heidnik: The Real-Life Buffalo Bill Who Fed One Of His Victims To His Prisoners
Gary Heidnik didn't just kidnap, torture, and murder women in the basement of his house of horrors in Philadelphia — he got one of his victims to help.
41 Historic Photos Of The Inuit People Taken Before Canada Stamped Out Their Way Of Life
See rare images of the Indigenous Inuit people who thrived in the Arctic regions of Canada, Alaska, and Greenland before they were forcibly relocated and their culture was all but erased.
Where Al-Qaeda Began: 48 Photos From The Soviet-Afghan War
The Soviet-Afghan War sparked the collapse of the Soviet Union, the rise of The Taliban and Al Qaeda, and a new era of war and terror.
‘You Don’t Treat Dogs That Way’: The Horrifying Story Of The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment
For 40 years, the U.S. government doctors behind the Tuskegee experiment tricked African-American men with syphilis into thinking they were getting free treatment — but gave them no treatment at all.
Inside The Yakuza, The 400-Year-Old Japanese Criminal Syndicate
The Yakuza aren't just the "Japanese Mafia." They're something entirely different — an organization tied to 400 years of Japanese history.
How “White Boy Rick” Uncovered The Largest Corruption Case In Detroit History — And Got Life In Jail
Richard Wershe Jr., popularly known as "White Boy Rick," was 14-years-old when the FBI enlisted him as an informant.
11 Terrifying Mythological Creatures That Expose Humanity’s Worst Fears
Mythical animals are more than just make-believe. They are a glimpse into how our ancestors once saw the world and of the fears that filled their imaginations when they heard something go bump in the night.
‘The World Would Not Be The Same’: The Inside Story Of How The Manhattan Project Developed The A-Bomb
From 1939 to 1945, the scientists behind the Manhattan Project raced to develop the first nuclear weapon. The results would change history.
Ivar The Boneless: The Crippled Viking Leader Who Led The Most Brutal Invasion Of England
Despite his mythic handicap, Ivar the Boneless a.k.a. Ivar Ragnarsson was the most fearsome Viking of his time and conquered England with his heathen army.
The Bizarre Mysteries Of Gobekli Tepe, The Oldest Temple In The World
Believed to have been built 11,000 to 12,000 years ago in modern-day Turkey, Gobekli Tepe predated writing, metal tools, and even pottery.
The Zozo Demon: Terrifying Tales Of The Ouija Board Spirit
The Zozo has allegedly harassed hundreds via Ouija board. But is this demonic force from the spirit world or from our own minds?