Meet the Desert Rain Frog, The Squeaky Amphibian That Broke the Internet
At 2.5 inches with stubby legs and a squeaky-toy squeal, you've seen or heard nothing like the desert rain frog.
The Gruesome 1916 Shark Attacks: 4 Deaths In 12 Days And An Enduring War On Sharks
The horrifying 12 days that made up the 1916 shark attacks along the New Jersey coast spawned a mass fear and paranoia for sharks that we still feel today.
Freed Slave, Boxer, Entrepreneur: The Story Of The First Black Celeb Athlete, Bill Richmond
Born into slavery, Bill Richmond managed to get to England where the free man became the country's biggest and potentially first, African-American athletic celeb.
John Surratt: John Wilkes Booth’s Co-Conspirator Who Escaped Justice
Clandestine, slippery, and young — John Surratt was the only Confederate co-conspirator who evaded justice after the assassination of President Lincoln.
The Story Of Paul Snider, The ‘Jewish Pimp’ Who Murdered His Playmate Wife
Paul Snider was a low-life from Vancouver when he met his meal ticket, Dorothy Stratten. When she outgrew him, Snider wouldn't stand for it.
Matthäus Hetzenauer: The Deadliest Nazi Sniper Of World War II
At just 20, Matthäus Hetzenauer became the most successful snipers in the Third Reich — and one of the most decorated.
Robert Chambers: The Handsome, Coldblooded Murderer Aptly Named The “Preppy Killer”
Robert Chambers murdered 18-year-old Jennifer Levin in cold blood. And his run-ins with the law didn't end there.
The Curse Of Giles Corey: The Man Slowly Crushed To Death For Being A “Witch” In Salem
Giles Corey and his wife Martha were already outsiders in the farming village of Salem, Massachusetts when they were accused of witchcraft. They subsequently faced a torturous fate.
Virgil Earp: The Peacekeeping Lawman Of Tombstone, Arizona
Though he was the appointed lawman at the time of the shootout at the O.K. Corral, Virgil Earp remained obscure compared to his younger brother Wyatt.
Donald Harvey Was Just An Unassuming Nurse’s Aide When He Killed Dozens Of Patients While On Duty
By some accounts, the self-proclaimed "Angel of Death" killed upwards of 70 people in and out of hospitals across Kentucky and Ohio.
Anatoly Moskvin’s Parents Thought He Collected Vintage Dolls — They Were Really Young Mummified Girls
"We saw these dolls but we did not suspect there were dead bodies inside. We thought it was his hobby to make such big dolls and did not see anything wrong with it."