Carolyn Warmus, The Woman Convicted In The Infamous ‘Fatal Attraction Murder’ Of Her Lover’s Wife
After Carolyn Warmus was accused of killing Betty Jeanne Solomon in 1989, the case sent the media into a frenzy over the lurid details that mirrored the film Fatal Attraction.
The Disturbing Story Of Angelo Buono, The ‘Hillside Strangler’ Who Tormented 1970s Los Angeles
Angelo Buono displayed a troubling hatred toward women from a young age — and in 1983, he was sentenced to life in prison for raping, torturing, and killing nine women and girls alongside his cousin Kenneth Bianchi.
The Fascinating History Of The Great Pyramid Of Cholula, The Largest Pyramid In The World By Volume
Spreading across 300 by 315 meters with a total volume of 4.45 million cubic meters, the Cholula Pyramid in Puebla, Mexico was widely mistaken for a hill for centuries.
The Cape Romano Dome House, The One-Of-A-Kind South Florida Home That Was Swallowed By The Sea
Built on the tip of Marco Island in 1982 and destroyed by Hurricane Ian 40 years later, the Cape Romano dome house was a unique cluster of igloo-shaped units perched on stilts and connected by walkways.
Where Was The Garden Of Eden? Inside The Search For The Biblical Birthplace Of Mankind
Theorists over the centuries have said the Garden of Eden's location is in places like Mesopotamia, Ethiopia, Botswana — and even Missouri.
Stephen Griffiths, The ‘Crossbow Cannibal’ Who Was Caught Killing On Camera
A criminology PhD student who was obsessed with murder, Stephen Griffiths had been on the police’s radar for years before he began killing sex workers around Bradford, England.
The Story Of Omaima Nelson, The Woman Who Killed Her Abusive Husband — Then Allegedly Ate Him
After bludgeoning her husband to death on Thanksgiving 1991, Omaima Nelson butchered his body, fried his hands in oil, cooked his head, and mixed his remains with leftover turkey.
Inside The Grisly Werewolf Panic That Swept Europe More Than A Century Before The Salem Witch Trials
Horrifying tales of torture, decapitation, and murder — and those are just the acts committed by the accusers in the werewolf trials of Renaissance Europe.