This Inbred Spanish King Was “So Ugly” That He Scared His Own Wife
Charles II's family was so set on keeping the royal bloodline that they put their children at risk just to make sure outsiders stayed outsiders.
Music Legend John Denver Illegally Piloted An Experimental Plane — And Never Came Down Alive
John Denver's death shocked a nation that had for decades reveled in his joyous music and generous spirit.
A Tale Of Two Kaczynskis: How The Unabomber’s Own Brother Brought Him To Justice
David Kaczynski felt he had no choice but to turn his beloved older brother over to the FBI, who as the Unabomber, killed three people over a 17-year span — and injured many more.
Wayne Williams And The Mystery Of The Atlanta Child Murders
Was Wayne Williams a police scapegoat in the Atlanta Child Murders, or was he a hardened serial killer who's still denying his crimes four decades later?
The Truth About The Anunnaki, The Ancient Sumerian Gods That Some Say Were Actually Aliens
From 4100 to 1750 B.C., the Sumerians flourished in Mesopotamia, worshipping deities called the Anunnaki — who some believe were visitors from another planet that were responsible for early human civilization's greatest breakthroughs.
How Sealand Became The Smallest ‘Country’ In The World
In 1967, a British pirate radio broadcaster named Paddy Roy Bates took over an abandoned World War II sea fort off the coast of England — and declared it the Principality of Sealand.
The Story Of Amber Hagerman And The Unsolved Disappearance Behind The Amber Alert
After the tragic abduction of Amber Hagerman on January 13, 1996, one woman decided to make a change.
The Story Of Charles Harrelson — The Hitman Father Of Woody Harrelson
When Woody Harrelson was a kid, his father was just a normal dad. But by the time he grew up, Charles Harrelson was a twice-incarcerated hitman.
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.