When Powerful White New Yorkers Demolished Seneca Village To Build Central Park
Before Central Park was built, the area it occupied was home to a thriving African American community.
Centralia, Pa — The Town That’s Been On Fire For More Than 50 Years
When the fire began, residents began complaining of foul odors entering their homes, and soon, wisps of smoke were seen coming out of the ground.
The Haunted History Of Los Angeles’ Killer Hotel
Since opening in 1927, the Cecil Hotel has had a reputation as one of LA's most haunted buildings thanks to its murderous guests and many deaths.
28 Photos Of The World’s Biggest Crypt — The French Catacombs
In the Paris Catacombs, you'll find the bones of over six million people.
20 Haunting Photos Of The Mysterious Hill Of 100,000 Crosses
For nearly 200 years, the growth of this hill has not been able to be stopped.
John Frum: The Bizarre Island Religion That Worships An American GI
For more than 70 years, these Pacific Islanders have been praying to the god known as John Frum.
Abandoned Bunnies Are Multiplying And Taking Over Las Vegas
The biggest problem facing Sin City may not be what you think it is.
Bald Men Are Targets Of Ritualistic Murder, Police In Mozambique Warn
At least five people have been murdered for their baldness, police say.
Inside Australia’s Hapless War Against Emus
In 1932, Australia went to war against an enemy like none it had ever faced before: the emu.
33 Vintage Photos Of Antarctica’s Frozen Hellscape
Early 20th century images of the first people to ever venture into this frozen land.
Why The World’s Cushiest Prison Is Also Among Its Most Effective
Why American prisons could take a lesson from this self-described "holiday camp for criminals."