From Cleopatra to Hillary Clinton, a look at women throughout history by All That’s Interesting
Meet William Moulton Marston: The Man Who Invented The Lie Detector And Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman was first printed in December 1941 and was inspired by her creator, Dr. William Moulton Marston's, wife and lover.
‘I Am Going Mad Again’: The Tragic Tale Of Virginia Woolf’s Suicide
Virginia Woolf's suicide note and fateful decision to walk into the River Ouse with rocks in her pockets only begin to tell the story of her heartbreaking death.
Siren And Scientist: The Untold Story Of Hollywood Sex Symbol Hedy Lamarr
Hedy Lamarr was known in Hollywood as "the most beautiful woman in the world," and she also invented the technology that ultimately led to WiFi.
Meet “Squeaky” Fromme, The Charles Manson Acolyte Who Tried To Kill A President
Lynette Fromme joined Manson’s cult as a homeless teenager — and eventually tried to kill Gerald Ford.
The Real Story Of Thomas Jefferson’s Mistress And Slave, Sally Hemings
Sally Hemings bore President Thomas Jefferson six children, yet his legitimate descendants tried their best to discredit her story.
Kim Kardashian West Has Helped Free 17 First-Time, Non-Violent Drug Offenders From Prison This Year
"I just felt like I wanted to be able to fight for people who have paid their dues to society. I just felt like the system could be so different, and I wanted to fight to fix it, and if I knew more, I could do more."
Elizabeth Kloepfer Was Ted Bundy’s Girlfriend — While His Murder Spree Was Unfolding
Elizabeth Kloepfer a.k.a. Elizabeth Kendall survived a relationship with infamous serial killer Ted Bundy and then wrote a revealing tell-all about it.
“Love Of My Life”: Inside The Romance Between Freddie Mercury And Mary Austin
Freddie Mercury and Mary Austin maintained a seven-year-long romantic relationship — and remained close until Mercury's untimely death.
Badass Belle Star: The Oklahoma Schoolgirl Who Became A Fearsome Outlaw
There was an infamous female outlaw who rode alongside the bad boys of the Wild West. Her name was Belle Starr, and she was known as the "Bandit Queen."
Who Was Sarah Winchester? The Story Of The Troubled Woman Behind The Winchester Mystery House
Her husband made a vast fortune from guns. Sarah Winchester would spend her life trying to run from the angry spirits that sought revenge for her blood money.
How A Podcast May Have Solved The Lynette Dawson Disappearance 36 Years Later
Lynette Dawson went missing almost four decades ago. Now, a journalist's podcast may have finally solved the mystery of her disappearance.