Henry Lee Lucas: The Depraved Serial Killer Who Confessed To Hundreds Of Murders
Drawn together by shared childhood trauma, Henry Lee Lucas and Ottis Toole became lovers — then serial killers who terrorized America in the 1970s.
33 Haunting Photos From The Killing Fields Of The Cambodian Genocide
In the late 1970s, up to 3 million people died in the Killing Fields of the Cambodian genocide. This is what it looked like.
26 Horrifying Photos Of Holodomor — The Ukrainian Famine That Killed Millions
The Ukrainians call the famine the "Holodomor," a name that means "murder through starvation."
The Kent State Massacre In 24 Heartbreaking Photos
These rarely-seen photographs of the Kent State Massacre provide a harrowing look at the day the '60s died.
The True Story Of ‘Wild Bill’ Hickok, From Blood-Soaked Gunfights To The ‘Dead Man’s Hand’
How "Wild Bill" Hickok rose from humble Quaker roots in Illinois to become a legendary lawman and gunslinger of the Wild West.
John Du Pont And The Murder Of Dave Schultz: The True Story Behind ‘Foxcatcher’
Millionaire John du Pont was certainly eccentric, but Dave Schultz never anticipated that he could be a murderer.
Dorothy Stratten Was Going To Be The Next Marilyn Monroe, Until Her Husband Murdered Her
The horrifying story of how Dorothy Stratten got pulled into a deadly world of fame, porn, and violence, and the men who kept on exploiting her even after she was dead.
23 Famous People With Autism Who Accomplished Incredible Things
While being on the spectrum can sometimes create challenges, these famous people with autism have been able to use their unique way of seeing the world to achieve great feats.
The Complicated Life Of Erwin Rommel, Anti-Semite, Nazi General, And Attempted Hitler Assassin
Adolf Hitler literally trusted Erwin Rommel with his life. He never could have expected that in 1944, the "Desert Fox" would join a conspiracy to assassinate him.
Meet The Picts: The Ancient Blue Wildmen Who Protected Scotland From The Roman Empire
Much of what we know about the Picts comes from the Romans, who praised the military prowess of these ancient Celtic people.
Japan Said Its Kamikaze Pilots Volunteered To Kill Themselves For Their Country. Their Diaries Tell A Different Story.
Thousands of poorly trained kamikaze pilots were asked to sacrifice their lives for Japan's collapsing war effort, but the letters they left behind reveal they weren't all eager volunteers.