The Little-Known Story Of Chris Pérez, The Guitar Player Who Married Selena
In 1992, Chris Pérez and Selena eloped against her family's wishes and stayed married for three years before she was tragically murdered.
The Full Story Of Steve Irwin’s Death And His Tragic Final Moments
Inside the full story of how Steve Irwin died in 2006 while filming a relatively tame segment with a stingray that suddenly stabbed him in the chest.
Real-Life ‘Alien’: Meet The Parasitic Botfly That Bursts Through Human Skin
A botfly maggot's entire purpose is to mate, procreate, and infest mammals with its larvae.
Richard Jewell Saved Dozens During The 1996 Olympics Bombing — Then Was Falsely Accused Of Perpetrating It
On July 27, 1996, security guard Richard Jewell discovered a bomb at Atlanta's Olympic Park. While he was hailed as a hero at first, he soon became the FBI's number-one suspect.
Was Queen Charlotte Britain’s First Black Royal?
One historian traced Queen Charlotte's ancestry to a Moorish mistress through six different bloodlines.
The Unsolved Mystery Behind The Disturbing Death Of Elisa Lam
Elisa Lam's death in a water tank at the notorious Cecil Hotel shocked Los Angeles in 2013. To this day, nobody knows how she died or how her body got there.
How Big Was The Titanic — And How Did Its Grand Design Contribute To Its Sinking?
Clocking in at 882 feet long, the Titanic's size was unparalleled — but it might have also hastened its demise.
Meet Shannon Lee, The Martial-Artist-Turned Actress Keeping Bruce Lee’s Legacy Alive
Though her father died when she was just four, Shannon Lee has made it her mission to preserve his philosophies — and even produced a long-lost script of his.
The Little-Known Story Of The Dixie Mafia, The ‘Cornbread Cosa Nostra’ Of The South
In the 1960s, the Dixie Mafia emerged as a loose confederation of crooks and con artists based in Biloxi, Mississippi. But years later, it became a terrifying criminal organization.
Meet Ruby Bridges, The Black Girl Who Made Civil Rights History At Six Years Old
On November 14, 1960, Ruby Bridges integrated an all-white elementary school in New Orleans — and became a civil rights icon.
The Tragic Story Of Devonte Hart, A Teenager Murdered By His Adoptive Mother
In 2014, a photo of Devonte Hart hugging a police officer during a Black Lives Matter protest went instantly viral. Just four years later, he made headlines again — for a tragic reason.