Even 60 years after his death, James Dean is the enduring archetype of rebellious American youth. Continue reading →
As crazy as it sounds, sometimes the tin-foil hat crowd turns out to be right.
Roger F*&kebythenavele's name appeared in public records three times, starting in 1310. Continue reading →
Stone tools that are half a million years old have been unearthed in Israel — and they still have traces of elephant fat clinging to them.
The earliest known filmed surgery and use of anesthesia isn't for the faint of heart.
Reporter James Foley's beheading in the Middle East was part of a long tradition of sending a gruesome message. Continue reading →
The oldest known pants, just discovered in China, were surprisingly stylish in addition to being functional. Continue reading →
An albino woman in Africa was murdered so that her body parts could be used in magic spells. And she's not the only one. Continue reading →
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