What Happened To Steve Ross, The Son Of Bob Ross?
Steve Ross could barely paint in the aftermath of his father's death in 1995. But now, he's back at the easel — teaching a new generation of happy painters.
The Short, Sad Life Of Dina Sanichar, The Feral Boy Who May Have Inspired ‘The Jungle Book’
After being raised by wolves in the Indian jungle, Dina Sanichar was never able to speak or fully rejoin human society before dying at about 35 in 1895.
What Happened To Lars Mittank, The German Tourist Who Vanished Near A Bulgarian Airport?
On July 8, 2014, 28-year-old Lars Mittank disappeared in a field near the Varna Airport in Bulgaria — and some of his last known moments were caught on video.
The Unbelievable Story Of Dick Proenneke, The Man Who Lived Alone In The Alaskan Wilderness For 30 Years
After surviving the Great Depression and World War II, Dick Proenneke ventured to Alaska in search of a simple life away from the world — and ended up staying there in a cabin he built by hand for the next three decades.
Bob Ross’ Death: How The Final Days Of The Happy Painter Led To A Bitter Feud Over His Estate
Bob Ross was 52 years old when he died from lymphoma in Orlando, Florida. His company was worth $15 million — and his former business partners wanted it all.
Gary Plauché, The Louisiana Dad Who Took Deadly Revenge On His Son’s Rapist On Live Television
On March 16, 1984, Gary Plauché waited at the airport for Jeff Doucet, who had kidnapped his son, Jody — then shot him dead as cameras rolled.
The Brutal And Bloody World Of ‘Venationes’, Ancient Rome’s Staged Animal Hunts
Bloodthirsty crowds reveled in venationes that saw the mass slaughter of animals like lions, elephants, and bears as the Romans forever altered the ecosphere of an entire region.
Meet Tony Accardo, The Elusive Chicago Mobster Who Succeeded Al Capone
Known as "Big Tuna" and "Joe Batters," Tony Accardo ruled the Chicago Outfit for over 40 years — and he only spent one night in jail.
The Little-Known Story Of Blanche Barrow, Bonnie And Clyde’s Anxious Accomplice
In 1933, Blanche Barrow agreed to join Bonnie and Clyde on their infamous crime spree — but only because she was married to Clyde's older brother.
Meet Anna Ivanovna, The Cruel Empress Who Plunged Russia Into A Dark Age
Nicknamed "Ivanna the Terrible" for her bad manners and crude sense of humor, Anna Ivanovna tortured and imprisoned anyone who opposed her for 10 grueling years.
Meet The Soldaderas, The Fierce Female Warriors Who Fought In The Mexican Revolution
During the Mexican Revolution, soldaderas fought valiantly and sometimes even outranked men on the battlefield. But their story was almost forgotten.