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Rare Photos Of The Unified Korea Before It Was Torn In Two

Rare Photos Of The Unified Korea Before It Was Torn In Two

Discover what life was like inside Korea before there was North and South.
The Halifax Explosion: 33 Photos Of History’s Worst Explosion Before Nuclear Weapons

The Halifax Explosion: 33 Photos Of History’s Worst Explosion Before Nuclear Weapons

And it was all due to one tragic accident.
Bones Belonging To St. Peter Found In Thousand-Year-Old Church, Say Clergy

Bones Belonging To St. Peter Found In Thousand-Year-Old Church, Say Clergy

Workers at the church found clay pots containing bone fragments with the names of three popes and four early Christian martyrs inscribed on their lids.
American Anarchy: Intense Photos Of The Early 1900s Reign Of Radicalism In The U.S.

American Anarchy: Intense Photos Of The Early 1900s Reign Of Radicalism In The U.S.

When anarchists, assassins, and domestic terrorists shaped American politics.
This Lightbulb Was Switched On In 1901 — And It’s Still Going

This Lightbulb Was Switched On In 1901 — And It’s Still Going

At more than one million hours of use and counting, this bulb proves that they really don't make things like they used to.
4,000-Year-Old Brain Tissue Was Preserved After Boiling In Its Own Fluids

4,000-Year-Old Brain Tissue Was Preserved After Boiling In Its Own Fluids

The brain was boiled, dried, and preserved under sediment for almost 4,000 years.
4 Bizarre Items You Won’t Believe Were Once Used As Currency

4 Bizarre Items You Won’t Believe Were Once Used As Currency

Today, all we have are boring old coins, bills, and credit cards.
“One Brief Shining Moment”: The Kennedy Romance In Photos

“One Brief Shining Moment”: The Kennedy Romance In Photos

Rarely-seen images from their courtship to their wedding to their honeymoon and all the way to the White House.
Man Accidentally Donates Live Civil War-Era Cannonball

Man Accidentally Donates Live Civil War-Era Cannonball

A generous Maryland man accidentally donated a live cannonball to the Monocacy National Battlefield.
3,500-Year-Old Egyptian Tomb Opened [PHOTOS]

3,500-Year-Old Egyptian Tomb Opened [PHOTOS]

Archeologists discovered the tomb of a 3,500 year old goldsmith in Draa Abul-Naga, a necropolis for noblemen near the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, Egypt.
Viking Warrior Found in Swedish Grave Was Actually A Woman

Viking Warrior Found in Swedish Grave Was Actually A Woman

Scientists have discovered that a Viking grave adorned with swords and axes belonged not to a male, but a seemingly powerful female.