(PCM) Nearly everyone knows the story of the infamous Hatfield And McCoy family feud that claimed at least a dozen lives leading up to an ambush that took place in 1888 and did not officially come to an end until the descendants of both families signed a truce in 2003. read more
(PCM) Was it a UFO,some kind of spontaneous combustion or just a freak accident? These are the questions we have to ask ourselves when delving into the mysterious and unexplained disappearance of United States Air Force Pilot Felix Moncla. read more
(PCM) On Christmas Eve, December 24, 1933, a mysterious, yet friendly visitor to the town of Willoughby, Ohio walked directly in front of a moving train and was tragically killed. No one in the area had any idea of the young woman’s identity and she was only referred to as the “Girl In Blue”, based upon the color of her clothing at the time of the incident. read more
(PCM) If you have ever visited a night club you will quickly realized the dancing the night away is definitely still a trend that spans throughout the globe. However, you don’t tend to see very many dance competitions or dance marathons these days, but they were certainly all the rage back in the mid 1900’s to early 1930’s. read more
(PCM) We always love an odd crime story and this one certainly had enough people talking! Mother Christine Collins was committed to a psych ward in 1928 after her young son went missing. read more
(PCM) A very strange occurrence took place in the year of 1938, when two RCA engineers in New York City managed to pick up a “televisor” signal from the BBC due to freak weather incident (one in which the conditions had to be just right) and this footage is said to be the only pre-war footage of television in existence. read more
(PCM) Conspiracy theorists are now claiming solid evidence of time travel, as they feel the ancient Greek sculpture, “Grave Naiskos of an Enthroned Woman with an Attendant” depicts the female assistant holding a laptop computer with two USB ports. read more
(PCM) The Presidential faces carved into the surface of Mount Rushmore in South Dakota is one of the most recognizable landmark monuments in the United States, but did you know that they contain a bit of mystery as well? read more
(PCM) Yes, believe it or not, millennials, Foo Fighters are actually a big part of World War II history and not just the epic rock band led by front-man Dave Grohl! read more
50 Facts You Thought Were True, But Weren’t
A lot of people have been taught misconceptions. How many of these facts did you believe to be true?
When you pour from cartons with a screw on top on one end, like oil for your car or broth that comes in boxes, why do they splash all around? read more
(PCM) If you were to check just about anyone’s wallet these days surely you would most likely find at least one credit or debit card tucked safely inside. It would also be a safe assumption to say at least one of these cards would bear the Visa logo, as it is certainly one of the most popular credit cards in the world. read more
- The first Thanksgiving in North America was on September 8, 1565 in St. Augustine, Florida. Some say it was 1578, when an explorer Martin Frobisher held a Thanksgiving celebration for surviving his journey from England.
(PCM) It was very surprising for us to learn that Hubert and Jan van Eyck’s 12 panel Adoration of the Mystic Lamb (also known as the Ghent Altarpiece) is widely regarded as the most stolen art piece throughout history. read more
(PCM) Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known by the alias Lenin, was a Russian communist revolutionary, politician, and political theorist. He is credited with creation of the Soviet Union and was a feared political figure until this death at the young age of 53 in January of 1924. read more
(PCM) In case you haven’t heard of it, the “Meister Print” is a fossilized sandal print that was discovered by a man named William J. Meister in 1968. It wasn’t only the sandal print that was so fascinating, but rather what was inside of the print that amazed historians. read more
Sigurd and Fafnir the Dragon
Sigurd was the son of Sigmund, a warrior who died in combat with Odin. As Sigmund lay there dying he gave the shattered pieces of his blade to his wife and promised them to his then unborn son. read more
(PCM) Scientists in Colorado have made an amazing discovery that they feel shows the very first evidence uncovered about the mating rituals of dinosaurs.
There has always been speculation that leaned toward the fact that dinosaur mating rituals were similar to that of certain species of birds and this new evidence appears to support that theory. read more
(PCM) Medieval artist and forensic anthropologist Richard Neave has crafted the most realistic version of what he believes Jesus Christ would have looked like at the time he lived.
Putting his science skills to the test, Neave used three skulls that were found at an Israeli archaeological site and used computerized tomography to structure the correct shape for Jesus’s face. read more
(PCM) Two American tourists, women aged 21 and 25, were arrested inside Rome’s historic landmark Colosseum after being reported to security for allegedly carving their initials into the brick inside the structure. read more
(PCM) A group of environmental activists from Greenpeace are now facing criminal charges after a publicity stunt has caused ruin to an ancient Peruvian monument.
The publicity stunt was put together by Greenpeace activists to bring attention to the issue of climate change across the world. read more
(PCM) The celebration of Mothers Day will have it’s 100 year anniversary this year, as the very first observance of Mothers Day as a national holiday was declared by President Woodrow Wilson in 1914. read more