The Faces Of America: 16 Stunning Colorized Portraits Of Ellis Island Immigrants
See the roots of American diversity brought to life like never before.
The My Lai Massacre: 33 Disturbing Photos Of The War Crime The U.S. Got Away With
Is this Vietnam War massacre the greatest shame in the history of the U.S. military?
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 Eerie Story Of The Boy Who Vanished Then Came Back As A New Child
Bobby Dunbar vanished in 1912. His reappearance would lead to a custody battle, a possibly wrongly convicted man, and an incredible DNA test 90 years later.
32 Interesting Questions From History’s Greatest Minds
Humanity's greatest thinkers couldn't stop pondering these questions, and you won't be able to either.
27 Bizarre Vintage Photos From The Annals Of New York City History
These are the little-known yet unforgettable moments that make up New York City history's weird side.
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.
Was “Jack The Ripper” Merely A Creation Of The Newspapers?
One theory suggests that Jack The Ripper was a media invention created to sell unrelated gruesome murders as one marauding serial killer.
WWII Nazi POW Returns To American Prison Camp To Say ‘Thank You’
“No guard called us nasty names. I had a better life as a prisoner than my mother and sister back home in Germany,” said the former POW.
How One Boy Grew Up Black In Nazi Germany — And Survived
Due to a loophole in Hitler's laws, Hans Massaquoi was able to survive as a black child in Nazi Germany. However, it wasn't easy.