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Colorized World War I Footage From Peter Jackson’s New Documentary Brings The Great War To Life Like Never Before

Colorized World War I Footage From Peter Jackson’s New Documentary Brings The Great War To Life Like Never Before

They Shall Not Grow Old distills 600 hours of original WWI footage into a 90-minute, colorized experience with the soldiers at the front lines.
A Massive Viking Ship Burial Was Just Discovered Via Radar In Norway

A Massive Viking Ship Burial Was Just Discovered Via Radar In Norway

Experts report that such burials were meant for Viking royalty and that the ship itself was meant to act as a sort of coffin.
Valak: The Story Behind The Fearsome Demon From ‘The Nun’

Valak: The Story Behind The Fearsome Demon From ‘The Nun’

Though Valak is well-known now thanks to "The Nun" and "The Conjuring," stories of this terrifying demon actually strech back centuries.
Richard Francis Burton: The Victorian Adventurer And Spy Who Brought The Kama Sutra To The West

Richard Francis Burton: The Victorian Adventurer And Spy Who Brought The Kama Sutra To The West

Victorian adventurer Richard Francis Burton was a poet, soldier, spy, and explorer — but that's not even the half of it.
Ancient Roman Grave Site Shows Child Was Subjected To ‘Vampire Burial’ To Prevent Him From Rising From The Grave

Ancient Roman Grave Site Shows Child Was Subjected To ‘Vampire Burial’ To Prevent Him From Rising From The Grave

The Ancient Romans feared that "evils" would haunt them from the grave — and took drastic measures to keep that from happening.
The Story of Marshall Taylor: The First African-American Cycling World Champion

The Story of Marshall Taylor: The First African-American Cycling World Champion

Nicknamed the "Black Cyclone," Taylor defied all the odds when he won the title of World Cycling Champion in 1899.
66 Side-By-Side Shots Of Biopic Stars And The Real People They Portrayed

66 Side-By-Side Shots Of Biopic Stars And The Real People They Portrayed

Side-by-side with the real people who inspired their roles, it's clear which biopic stars were perfectly cast - and which were total duds.
33 CBGB Photos From The Heyday Of New York City Punk Rock

33 CBGB Photos From The Heyday Of New York City Punk Rock

When it was first opened in 1973, CBGB was supposed to showcase country and bluegrass, but it would soon become the punk rock headquarters of the world.
This Week In History News, Oct. 7 – 13

This Week In History News, Oct. 7 – 13

Girl pulls ancient sword from lake, researchers uncover identity of New York mystery mummy, lasers reveal hidden Maya structures.
An Iron Age Chariot With Horse And Rider In Tow Was Discovered In England

An Iron Age Chariot With Horse And Rider In Tow Was Discovered In England

While the practice of burying chariots may not have been unusual for the suspected time period, finding horses and a driver included in the burial is.
The Sand Creek Massacre: When U.S. Forces Slaughtered As Many As 200 Unsuspecting Native Americans

The Sand Creek Massacre: When U.S. Forces Slaughtered As Many As 200 Unsuspecting Native Americans

The Cheyenne were promised protection if they rode down to Sand Creek. But when they arrived, they instead were systematically slaughtered.