King Henry VI Had Courtiers Help Him And Queen Margaret Have Sex And Procreate, Study Claims
King Henry VI and Queen Margaret of Anjou famously failed to produce an heir for eight years. New records indicate the pair may have brought some experts into the bedroom to help.
Emmeline Pankhurst: The Suffragette Who Used Militant Tactics To Win Women The Vote
In a time when the women's suffrage movement relied on patience and polite speeches, Emmeline Pankhurst paved her own path with action.
English Marathoner Mark Fellows Revealed To Be A Hitman Based On His GPS Watch History
A four-year streak of gang violence in northwestern England has ended as hitman Mark Fellows was brought to justice via his Garmin Forerunner.
The Heartbreaking True Story Of The Real Boy Behind Christopher Robin
The house at Pooh Corner was not a magical place for the real Christopher Robin Milne who was overshadowed by his fictional namesake.
Jim Hutton: The Story Of Freddie Mercury’s Longtime Partner
Discover the true story of Jim Hutton and Queen singer Freddie Mercury's relationship that was only hinted at in "Bohemian Rhapsody."
David Livingstone: The Great Scottish Missionary Who Changed The Course Of Africa’s History
David Livingstone went farther than any European had gone in Africa in European history, but his explorations would have devastating consequences.
The Biggest Archaeology News Stories And Discoveries Of 2018
Discarded socks, foreboding stones, and an extinct human hybrid — archaeologists unearthed some impressive and groundbreaking discoveries this year.
Eight Real-Life Heroes Who Literally Saved The World
Saving the world isn't always about spur-of-the-moment heroics — though sometimes it is. These eight people managed to save the world in their own ways.
Remarkable 120-Year-Old Letter To Santa Discovered In England
"When you come see us on Christmas Eve will you please bring us some little toy ducks and chickens for a present, also a canvas stocking like you brought us last year."
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.
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."