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The Flayed Men Of The Musée Fragonard
Founded in 1766, the Musée Fragonard houses the works and collections of medical artist and anatomist, Honoré Fragonard.
True Horrors Of Auschwitz Revealed By Prisoner’s Buried Letter Found At Nazi Camp
Nadjari wrote in his letter, "If you read about the things we did, you'll say, ‘How could anyone do that, burn their fellow Jews?’"
This Cannibal Placed An Ad To Eat Someone — And Someone Said Yes
Armin Meiwes placed an ad on "The Cannibal Cafe" website asking for someone to eat, and shockingly, someone answered.
Bog Bodies: Mummies Made By Nature
"Bog bodies" are corpses that have been preserved by the highly acidic water, low temperature, and a lack of oxygen in peat bogs.
Does This Evidence Prove That Hitler Secretly Fathered A Child?
There are no official records that state that Hitler was a father, but Jean-Marie Loret worked his entire life to prove that he was his son.
The Hitler Family Is Alive And Well — But They’re Determined To End The Bloodline
There are five remaining members of the Hitler bloodline. If they have their way, it will end with them.
11 Christopher Columbus Facts That Everyone Gets Wrong
Over the years, many facts have been misinterpreted about the famous and ruthless explorer.
Bizarre Phantom Time Hypothesis Theory Says It’s Actually The Year 1720 Because The Early Middle Ages Were Faked
According to the Phantom Time Hypothesis, Charlemagne never existed along with 297 years that were just made up.
How One Reckless Surgeon Killed His Patient — Plus Two Bystanders
Despite being known as the fastest surgeon of his time, Dr. Robert Liston is famous for performing the only operation with a 300 percent mortality rate.
British Philosopher’s Mummified Head To Be Put On Display, Tested For Autism [PHOTO]
The curator at UCL, said, “I think Bentham would certainly have approved of his head going on public display. It’s what he intended."
By Eating Corpses, Rich Europeans Once Thought They Could Heal Themselves
Long before Advil, people would willingly consume human blood and bone powder to cure ailments.