All the bizarre, seldom seen, and utterly delightfully odd and strange people, places and stories from a bygone era
The Irish originally carved jack-o’-lanterns from turnips.
During the 2011 tsunami disaster, one stone marked a boundary just 300 feet from where dangerous waters flooded.
Victoria Woodhull was the first female presidential candidate in the US and so much more.
The story behind Hollie Tatnell and how her single grave ended up becoming a Historic Texas Cemetery in the middle of a busy street.
Located in Gettysburg, Civil War Tails is a unique museum featuring hand-made miniature cat soldiers in dioramas of Civil War scenes.
For over 50 years people have been fascinated with the circumstances and mystery surrounding the assassination of the 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Today we unbox the bedroom set of Lee Harvey Oswald, the man accused of assassinating JFK.