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The Giants of Seville

People | May 18, 2018

circa 1870: Giant Captain Bates, husband of 8 ft 3 ins giantess Anna Swan. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Seville, Ohio is a little town that sits about 44 miles South of Cleveland, with a...

The Nautical Mystery of the SS Waratah

1900s | May 15, 2018

It may come as a surprise to some that the Bermuda Triangle is not the only area where ships can disappear without a trace. There are many reasons why ships sink and usually part...

The Infamous Mug Shot of "Bad Boy" Frank Sinatra

People | May 14, 2018

Many devoted Frank Sinatra fans are well aware of the infamous “mug shot” of 1938. This scandalous photo was first made public on December 9, 1998, when the FBI release...

THE MYSTERY OF CROP CIRCLES – Alien Calling Cards?

Weird History | May 14, 2018

Over the years, obscure and mostly meaningless formations and indentations in fields and land usually owned by farmers have been randomly discovered around the worl...

The World's First Computer With Data Storage

1950s | May 14, 2018

Technology has made major advancements since the mid 1900’s. Many consider the 1970’s to be the first time in history a computer was created and made available for purchase...

The Crazy Disco Era of the 1970s

1970s | February 27, 2018

Disco reached its peak during the mid 1970s to the early 1980s. Many viewed it as a way to ‘rock out’ against mainstream rock music of the time. Here are some photos showing how different ...

Photos of African Women and Their Stretched Lips

Vintage Photos | February 25, 2018

The tribes of Mursi, Chai and Tirma are the last groups in Africa the traditional wearing of wooden lip discs or plates is still the norm for women. One theory suggests tha...

Vintage Photos of Women Showing Their Tattoos from the 1890s to the 1960s

1800s | January 11, 2018

Check out some badass ladies of the Western world who used to walk around with tattoos on their bodies, long before it was cool.

Story Behind the Picture of a Soldier Feeding a Tiny Kitten in Korean War, 1952

1950s | January 10, 2018

In the middle of the Korean War, this kitten found herself an orphan. Luckily, she found her way into the hands of Marine Sergeant Frank Pray...

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

1900s | January 10, 2018

In a little fire station in Livermore, California you'll find light bulb that has been burning since it was first set alight — in 1901. The Centennial Bulb...

People Recreated Their Grandparents Photos, And The Result Was Amazing

People | January 8, 2018

To honor our grandparents' journey in this world and to express love, here's a collection of photos of people recreating their grandparents old photog...

Rarely-Seen Found Photos of Princess Margaret's Wedding in London, 1960

1960s | January 7, 2018

Born Margaret Rose in 1930 at Glamis Castle in Scotland, Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon was the younger daughter of King George VI and Queen ...

Photos Show the Ingenuity of Those Who Illegally Cross the U.S.-Mexican Border

People | January 7, 2018

Borders are more than just division between countries. Especially when one nation wants for more than its neighbor, the border will always be ...

The Death of Emmett Till

1950s | January 5, 2018

While visiting family in Money, Mississippi on August 24, 1955, 14-year-old Emmett Till, an African American from Chicago, is brutally murdered for allegedly flirting with a white woman four days ...

The Biscuit That Survived The Sinking of Titanic Became the World's Most Expensive Biscuit

1910s | January 5, 2018

This crunchy old biscuit survived the sinking of the Titanic and is probably one of the most expensive baked products in the world...

Vintage Photos of Bodybuilders from the Early 1900s

1900s | January 3, 2018

The rise in popularity professional strongmen was somehow a response to the Industrial Revolution. With the emergence of office work and factories, lifestyle became sede...

The Story Behind the Photo of the Train That Broke Through a Building, 1895

1800s | January 3, 2018

Guillaume-Marie Pellerin had spent much of his life working the railroads. With 19 years of engineering experience behind him, the Express was in...