The Fascinating History Of Women
From Cleopatra to Hillary Clinton, a look at women throughout history by All That’s Interesting
Albert Einstein’s Granddaughter, Evelyn Einstein, Was Once So Poor She Had To Dumpster Dive
As a child, Evelyn Einstein was told she was actually Albert Einstein's biological daughter. But she died before she could prove it.
The Legend Of Tomoe Gozen: Japan’s Most Fearsome Female Samurai
Legend has it Tomoe Gozen commanded as many as 1,000 men and that she was as fearless and ruthless as she was beautiful.
Leslie Van Houten Was A 19-Year-Old Homecoming Queen When She Met Charles Manson
Leslie Van Houten joined the Manson Family in 1968. The next summer, she stabbed Rosemary LaBianca to death.
Ted Bundy’s Victims And Their Forgotten Stories
How many people did Ted Bundy kill? We may never know the full extent of Bundy's heinous crimes, but we can share the tales of the women who we know crossed his path.
Meet Veleda: The German Priestess Who Made The Romans Tremble
Not only did Veleda prophesy her people's victory against Rome, she was also worshipped as a goddess.
17-Year-Old Kitty Lutesinger Helped Police Nab The Manson Family For The Tate Murders
Kathryn "Kitty" Lutesinger told the police about a fellow Manson Family member who bragged about stabbing someone. That someone? A murder victim at Sharon Tate's house.
Donning Lab Coat And Heels, Camille Schrier Wins Miss Virginia Pageant With Colorful Science Experiment
"[Women and little girls] can look to me and say OK, she’s a woman who is able to be successful in an organization like the Miss America organization, but she’s also a scientist."
Meet Ellen and William Craft, The Slaves Who Escaped To Freedom Disguised As A Slave Owner And His Valet
After 200 miles aboard a train owned by their master and a nail-biting boat ride, Ellen and William Craft made their way to Philadelphia to become free.
This Week In History News, June 23 – 29
Mystery of Nazca Lines uncovered, former First Lady's lesbian love affair brought to light, WWII bomb detonated.
Meet Leona ‘Candy’ Stevens: The Woman Who Lied In Court To Liberate Her Husband, Charles Manson
Leona Rae “Candy” Stevens kept Charles Manson out of jail in 1959 and helped lock him up a year later. She visited him once behind bars — and never saw him again.
Was Albert DeSalvo Really The ‘Boston Strangler’?
In 1967, Albert DeSalvo confessed to sexually assaulting and killing 13 women. The cops thought they found the "Boston Strangler," but DeSalvo was never tried for the murders.