Scientists have confirmed the bacteria that caused the plague pandemic 1,500 years ago. Continue reading →
Hot peppers are all the craze these days. It's commonly thought that the hotness is in the seeds, but recent studies show what chefs have known all along! Trace jumps in and answers the fiery question ... how did peppers get so spicy?
A Viking burial in Norway contained the bodies of Viking masters and their slaves, who were probably beheaded and offered as grave gifts.
An international team of researchers has found fragments of a burial shroud that cast serious doubt on the Turin shroud, the controversial linen cloth venerated by many Catholics as the proof that Christ was resurrected from the grave. The Shroud of Turin Discovered in a Jerusalem cemetery known as...
Bigfoot samples have long been subjected to scientific testing...and yet science has yet to confirm the sightings.
Facial reconstructions of the skeleton could determine once and for all who is Mona Lisa.
The ancient Romans slaughtered dozens of babies at a villa in England's Thames Valley.
Chupacabras have been reported in three U.S. states so far. Here's why.
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