Meet The Berbers Of North Africa: The Nomads Who Survived Where No One Else Could
The Sahara was once a grassy woodland until human activity and a changing climate turned it into the immense desert we know today. The Berbers were the only people who decided to call it home.
Killer Whales Are Hunting And Mutilating Great White Sharks For Their Testicles, Livers, And Stomachs — Here’s Why
The washed up, mutilated carcasses of great whites signal a startling trend in the hunting habits of one of the sea's greatest predators: killer whales.
The Story Of Bon Scott, The Raucous Original Frontman Of AC/DC
Bon Scott was the wildcard frontman for AC/DC who had a reputation for raucous partying – until one night the party went too far.
The Story Of Legendary Groupie Barbara Cope, ‘The Butter Queen’
Why everyone from Jimi Hendrix to Led Zeppelin to The Rolling Stones sang the Butter Queen's praises, sometimes literally.
The Death Of Elvis Presley: A Sad, Embarrassing, Demise For The King Of Rock And Roll
For an entire generation, Elvis Presley defined rock stardom. So how did he fall so far from his Rock God status?
Javier Peña: The DEA Agent Who Hunted Down Pablo Escobar
Just how accurately did Netflix's Narcos show the downfall of Pablo Escobar at the hands of DEA Agent Javier Peña?
Pacho Herrera: The Flashy Yet Brutal Drug Lord Of ‘Narcos’ Fame
In Narcos, Pacho Herrera is an openly gay Cali Cartel drug lord who survives via brutality. But how closely does that match up to the truth?
David Ghantt And The Loomis Fargo Heist: The Outrageous True Story
David Ghantt walked out of the Loomis Fargo heist with the money in hand — but then the problems started piling up.
Aniello Dellacroce: The Bone-Chilling Mob Killer Who Made John Gotti King Of New York
While John Gotti was the "Teflon Don," he may not have been godfather at all if not for Aniello Dellacroce.
Nathaniel Bar-Jonah: The 300-Pound Child Murderer And Suspected Cannibal
Nathaniel Bar-Jonah was accused of murdering a child. Soon, his neighbors remembered the strange meat he'd given them years before.
21 Classic Images Of Japanese Fart Battles From The 19th Century
Some say the paintings are a kind of political cartoon serving as a commentary on Western influence, but nobody knows for sure.