Category: History’s Mysteries

Secret images and hidden meanings in history’s most famous paintings

The brutality of the Wonderland murders sent the City of Angels into a hellish frenzy for answers

Ancient civilization leaves behind baffling rock art in India

Captain Cook’s HMS Endeavour possibly wrecked off America’s coast

Ötzi the Iceman’s tattoos tell us all about medicine during the Copper Age

Historical finds we still don’t know the purpose of

The stories behind the 15 most haunted places in America

‘The UFO made me sick!’ claim Korean War soldiers

This historical figure’s legacy? When you gotta go, don’t hold it. Unless you want to die.

Edgar Allan Poe’s death is still a mystery

Columbus may have introduced Europe to syphilis as well as America

Russian family misses out on WWII while cut off from human contact for 40 years

The Sodder family: A mysterious fire, missing children, and a string of terrifying conspiracies

Mysterious battery dated from 1840 still continues to baffle

Kansas has been hiding a lost Native American city for 400 Years

Ronald Reagan’s failed ‘Star Wars’ program is even more disturbing than you could imagine

Did a cross-dressing woman once manage to become Pope?

The true story of life and loss during WWII that inspired ‘Saving Private Ryan’

Atlantis: Truth or Awesome Myth?

Ancient secret of the deadly ‘Gate to Hell’ finally revealed

Edgar Allan Poe’s accidental spot-on prophecy

Missing ships and lost planes: What’s going on in the Bermuda Triangle?

The influenza that killed nearly five percent of the world’s population

The curse of Two Guns, Arizona

That time the CIA hijacked a Soviet Union satellite

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