Zachary Davis: The Disturbing Story Of The 15-Year-Old Who Bludgeoned His Mother And Tried To Burn His Brother Alive
The teenager had a history of mental disturbance, but no one could have predicted a murder streak in him.
Jean Hilliard: The Woman Who Froze Solid And Thawed Back To Life
Jean Hilliard's body was frozen for six hours in -22 degree weather. Miraculously, she survived.
16-Year-Old Skylar Neese Was Stabbed To Death By Her Two Best Friends Because They Didn’t Like Her Anymore
The day before the murder of Skylar Neese, the teen tweeted of her friends, "you doing s* like that is why I can NEVER completely trust you."
La Noche Triste: When The Aztecs Almost Thwarted A Spanish Takeover
Hernán Cortés almost lost his hold on the Aztec capital when the natives revolted.
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.
Benito Mussolini’s Death: How Italy’s Fascist Dictator Met His Grisly End
Benito Mussolini's death at the hands of partisans in Giulino on April 28, 1945 was just as grisly as his violent life.
Ernst Röhm: The Early Nazi Leader Who Rivaled Hitler — And Was Executed For It
Ernst Röhm was ruthless in his rise to power in Nazi Germany. Too bad for him Adolf Hitler didn't like rivals — even if they were his friends.
The Story Of The RMS Olympic, The Titanic Sister Ship That Narrowly Escaped Tragedy Twice
The elder Titanic sister ship, the RMS Olympic was just as lucky as its nearly identical twin was unlucky.
Tex Watson: The Grisly Story Of The Making Of Charles Manson’s Right-Hand Man
Tex Watson was just a young guy from Texas in 1969 when he came under the spell of drugs and Charles Manson — and helped kill seven people.
Zealandia: The Lost Continent That Sank Beneath New Zealand
A 2017 expedition claims to have definitive evidence of a new continent about as big as India. And the discovery of Zealandia could have international economic implications.
Black Shuck: The Mythic Hellhound Of Medieval England Said To Portend Your Death
"He takes the form of a huge black dog, and prowls along dark lanes and lonesome field footpaths, where, although his howling makes the hearer's blood run cold, his footfalls make no sound."