21 Of The Best Netflix Documentaries You Can Watch In 2018
From commentary on animal activism to stories of war heroes that rescued thousands, the documentaries on this list are the best of the best that Netflix has to offer.
Hitler Death Conspiracy Theories: The Good, The Bad, And The Crazy
What really happened to the Führer? These Hitler death conspiracy theories, from the plausible to the outlandish, claim to have the answers.
Archaeologists Discover Thomas Jefferson’s Kitchen – Home Of Some Of America’s First Mac And Cheese
Thomas Jefferson's slave chef, James Hemings, was responsible for popularizing many French dishes in the U.S. including Mac and Cheese and Crème Brûlée.
4 Real Frankenstein Experiments And The Mad Scientists Behind Them
For decades before and after Mary Shelly's book, several prominent scientists were putting serious brainpower into real Frankenstein experiments by using the then-magical power of electricity.
25 Astounding Al Capone Facts That Show Why He’s History’s Most Infamous Gangster
From exorbitant wealth to unspeakable violence, these Al Capone facts reveal a shocking tale of booze, bullets, and blood.
The Messy, Mysterious Death Of Former VP Nelson Rockefeller
The circumstances surrounding Nelson Rockefeller's final hours were highly contested in the days following his death.
The Gemini 3 Space Mission And The Corned Beef Sandwich Incident
After the famed sandwich incident, John Young would enjoy the longest career of any astronaut in NASA's history.
The Gross History Of Bloodletting And Medicine By Leeches
Bloodletting was used to draw "tainted" blood from a patient, in the hopes that the disease or infection would be extracted out with it.
Inside Sealand, Perhaps The Smallest Country In The World
From its origins to the present day, discover the strange story of Sealand, believed by some to be the smallest country in the world.
12 Celebrities Who Put Their Country Before Their Careers During WWII
From actors to baseball stars, these celebrities risked their careers to serve in WWII and fight the Axis powers.
How Robert Smalls Escaped Slavery By Stealing A Confederate Ship
Robert Smalls escaped slavery, fought for the Union, then won a seat in the House of Representatives, where he continued fighting for justice.