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8 Famous Assassinations That Changed The Course Of History

8 Famous Assassinations That Changed The Course Of History

These famous assassinations didn't just end the life of a single political figure. They sparked conspiracy theories, civil, and world wars— and would ultimately reroute the course of history.
Da Vinci Was Such A Good Artist Because He Had A Wonky Eye, New Evidence Suggests

Da Vinci Was Such A Good Artist Because He Had A Wonky Eye, New Evidence Suggests

The study argues that da Vinci's misaligned eyes allowed him to literally see the world, and an art canvas, differently than those without the condition.
23 Famous People With Autism Who Accomplished Incredible Things

23 Famous People With Autism Who Accomplished Incredible Things

While being on the spectrum can sometimes create challenges, these famous people with autism have been able to use their unique way of seeing the world to achieve great feats.
Ronald Gene Simmons Went On A 16 Person Murder Spree — And 14 Of Them Were His Own Family

Ronald Gene Simmons Went On A 16 Person Murder Spree — And 14 Of Them Were His Own Family

"To those who oppose the death penalty - in my particular case, anything short of death would be cruel and unusual punishment."
Music Legend John Denver Illegally Piloted An Experimental Plane — And Never Came Down Alive

Music Legend John Denver Illegally Piloted An Experimental Plane — And Never Came Down Alive

John Denver's death shocked a nation which had for decades revelled in his joyous and generous spirit — until he met a grisly death in an experimental plane.
Florida Man Caught In Child Sex Sting Operation Claims He Just Wanted To ‘See It In Action’

Florida Man Caught In Child Sex Sting Operation Claims He Just Wanted To ‘See It In Action’

"He told deputies he only came to the meeting place because he believed it was an undercover sting and he thought it would be cool to see it in action."
Mysterious European Fugitive Who Faked His Death Found Living In His Lavish French Castle

Mysterious European Fugitive Who Faked His Death Found Living In His Lavish French Castle

The man was found living in a multi-million dollar castle surrounding by a vintage Rolls Royce, jewelry, and three Salvador Dali paintings.
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 World War I footage into a 90-minute, colorized experience with the soldiers at the front lines.
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.
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," Marshall 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.