This Week In History News, Sept. 17 – 23
Meet the man who just might be history's most infamous serial killer.
23 Of The Ugliest Skeletons In The Kennedy Family Closet
Uncover the dark side of "America's royal family."
When Women Could Take Their Husbands To Court Over Erectile Dysfunction
Inside the humiliating impotence trials of Renaissance Europe.
15 Cannibalistic Animals That Eat Their Own For A Variety Of Disturbing Reasons
From the chimp to the polar bear to the hamster, these species break one of nature's greatest taboos.
21 Fascinating Facts About Joan Of Arc, Misunderstood Hero And Modern-Day Icon
Meet the woman, warrior, and feminist icon behind the sword.
This Week In History News, Sept. 10 – 16
Viking sword found, "Excalibur" mystery solved, lost languages uncovered, Hitler's sexual bloodlust revealed, St. Peter's bones possibly dug up.
4 Bizarre Items You Won’t Believe Were Once Used As Currency
Today, all we have are boring old coins, bills, and credit cards.
Police Allege That This Gentleman Urinated On Them During His Arrest
The 55-year-old was struggling with officers when nature called.
This Week In History News, September 3 – 9
Excalibur possibly found, ancient city to be washed away, pre-Pyramid ruins discovered in Canada, mysterious manuscript decoded, new Holocaust revelations come to light.
12-Year-Old Boy Who Transitioned Two Years Ago Changes His Mind
His mother explained, “He looked me in the eye and said ‘I'm just not sure that I am a girl.’”
Santeria: 20 Fascinating Photos That Separate Fact From Fiction
Revealing images of a centuries-old tradition that goes far beyond animal sacrifice.