The Story Of Ed Gein — The Killer Who Used Human Body Parts In Strange Ways [PHOTOS]
Ed Gein's grisly crimes were the inspiration behind many horror characters including Buffalo Bill, Norman Bates, and Leatherface.
P.T. Barnum’s 13 Most Famous And Incredible Oddities
From elephants to Siamese twins, P.T. Barnum's collection was controversial, ever-changing, and incredibly extensive.
29 Pieces Of Erotic Art That Prove People Have Always Loved Sex
From Rome to India to the Americas, erotic art has always existed throughout the ancient world, proving that people have always loved sex.
The Unsolved Tylenol Murders — Why Pills Now Have Tamper-Resistant Packaging
The murders convinced the government to make tampering with pill bottles illegal.
It Turns Out ‘Smart Aleck’ Was An Actual Person, And A Terrible One At That
He would share profits with the police to avoid being arrested for his cons.
A Real Grasshopper Was Just Found In The Paint Of A Van Gogh Masterpiece
Van Gogh was a proponent of the plein air method of painting, where an artist depicting the natural world paints outdoors.
Parents Of Celebrities Who Had More Interesting Lives Than Their Kids
Interesting people often have parents with fascinating lives. Many of these incredible people just so happen to be parents of celebrities.
15 Interesting People That History Somehow Forgot
History may have forgotten them, but we haven't. Meet 15 interesting people who never got the credit they deserved.
When Powerful White New Yorkers Demolished Seneca Village To Build Central Park
Before Central Park was built, the area it occupied was home to a thriving African American community.
The Story Of Serial Killer Edmund Kemper, Whose Story Is Almost Too Gross To Be Real
At a young age, Kemper decapitated his sisters' dolls and even stalked his second-grade teacher with a bayonet.
The Wild Story Behind This Photo Of Elvis And Nixon
"Here is the leader of the Western world and the king of rock ‘n’ roll in the same place, and they’re clearly enjoying each other. And you think, 'How can this be?'"