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.
CONOP 8888: The Pentagon’s Plan For Defending Against A Zombie Apocalypse
What CONOP 8888 says about defending against a zombie invasion — and why it exists.
Serhiy Tkach Killed Dozens Of Girls Just Like Her — Then She Married Him
Russian serial killer Serhiy Tkach raped and murdered at least 37 women and girls in Ukraine from 1980 to 2005. And then one girl married him.
Forget Lions And Tigers, Your Housecat Is The Deadliest Feline On Earth
Why Your Cat Brings You The Animals It Kills If you own a cat that spends a lot of time outdoors, you’ve probably awoken one morning to find that it’s left a little “present” on your doorstep in the form of a dead mouse or bird. The best explanation for...
How “Crazy Joe” Gallo Started A Mafia War — And Paid For It With His Life
Joe Gallo was known as "Crazy Joe" for a reason.
Angelo Ruggiero: The Psycho Gangster Whose Wiretapped Rants Helped Bring The Mob Down
Angelo Ruggiero rose to the top of the New York underworld with John Gotti — until he and his big mouth helped bring the mob to its knees.
Why John Colter May Be The Most Badass Mountain Man Of The American West
How John Colter ventured into the uncharted West with Lewis and Clark, explored Yellowstone before any non-Native, and survived being hunted for sport by Blackfeet warriors.
The Jamestown Colony’s Desperate Descent Into Cannibalism During The Starving Time
Starving Time was a particularly gruesome era in early colonial America when ravenous Jamestown colonists exhumed corpses for sustenance.
The Wreck Of The Andrea Gail And The ‘Perfect Storm’ That Caused It
What really happened to the Andrea Gail during 'The Perfect Storm' of 1991?
How Léo Major Single-Handedly Liberated A Dutch City From The Nazis
The German guards on the outskirts of the city of Zwolle killed Léo Major's friend. Then he killed them — and liberated the entire city on his own.