History’s 25 Most Embarrassing Royal Nicknames
From John The Babymaker to Charles The Bald, the nicknames given to these leaders spoke volumes about their traits, as well as how much they were loved or hated.
Read The Actual Yeti Memo Hunting Guide The U.S. State Department Published In 1957 [IMAGE]
The government of Nepal created guidelines to control the mass of people coming to their country to hunt the mysterious Yeti.
Meet Alan Eustace — The Man Who Completed History’s Highest Skydive [VIDEO]
In 2014, computer scientist and Google Executive Alan Eustace skydove from over 135,000 feet above the earth, breaking Felix Baumgartner's record.
The Tragic Story Of The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping
Though a suspect was identified, tried, convicted, and executed, mystery still surrounds the infamous Lindbergh baby kidnapping.
The Odyssey Of Charles Jenkins – The American Who Defected To North Korea And Couldn’t Leave
Charles Jenkins spent 40 years as a North Korean prisoner after defecting from the U.S. Army in 1965.
The Twisted Life Of Cowboy Bob — The Robber Who Fooled The FBI
The twists and turns of the Cowboy Bob case fooled even the most experienced FBI agents.
Kindlifresserbrunnen: The Mysterious Child-Eating Statue Of Bern
While no one knows for sure why the Kindlifresserbrunnen was built, there are several theories as to why a child eating statue could be there.
5 Ridiculous Fidel Castro Assassination Attempts By The U.S.
From his love of cigars to his actual lover, no idea was a bad idea when it came to Fidel Castro assassination attempts.
The Infamous Story Of Patty Hearst And The Symbionese Liberation Army
How Patty Hearst went from wealthy heiress to gun-toting, bank-robbing, radical militant of the Symbionese Liberation Army.
Revisiting The Kentucky Meat Shower Of 1876
During the Kentucky Meat Shower Of 1876, Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs was real life when meat actually poured from the heavens.
Why Few Remember The Peshtigo Fire, The Deadliest In American History
Although the Peshtigo Fire was the deadliest in American history, there's one astounding reason why few remember it today.