54 Chilling Images With Unknown Stories From History

By Sophia Maddox | August 4, 2023

"Driving Miss Daisy" and "Cocoon" actress Jessica Tandy in 1943.

When you look back at history there are moments that you can’t help but feel like you’ve lived. Big, sweeping, epic moments that are etched in stone. But even more fascinating are the stories that exist between the bullet points. These jaw dropping photos that tell the unknown stories are sure to amaze. Click ahead with fervor and plow through pictures and anecdotes about everything from World War II to Madonna, and even the early years of Walt Disney.

That’s not all we have. There are eye-opening looks at Mother Nature, natural disasters, and indigenous people that you’d never see in your normal life. Keep some eye drops handy because there’s a lot to learn and photos that will astound. Onward! 

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Tandy began acting on stage at the age of 18 in London, with roles opposite stage veteran Laurence Olivier. She was well versed in theater and began working in radio and film while still treading the boards. Even though she’s well known for her word from later in life like Fried Green Tomatoes, and Driving Miss Daisy, early in her career she played young women in films like Murder In the Family and Forever Amber.

In 1942 Tandy married Canadian actor Hume Cronyn (Cocoon, The Pelican Brief) and the two were together until her death in 1994. Regardless of the decade, Tandy was always a class act. 

The French Alps, Magnificent!

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If you’re looking at this picture then you’ve probably come to the conclusion that the French Alps are one of the most breathtaking pieces of land ever shoved out of the Earth. This photo is enough to make you want to take a big breath and of Fresh air and let out a yodel. Although you probably shouldn’t yodel too loud or you’ll cause an avalanche.

The name “French Alps” is deceptive, as only some of the alps are actually in France. Many of them are shared with Switzerland and Italy. They’ve got great spots to ski, and if you’re into hiking or rock climbing you really can’t pick a more picturesque place.