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Archaeologists Have Found a Way to Discover the Gender of Ancient Rock Artists

In one of the biggest archaeological science breakthroughs of 2016, scientists have discovered a way to identify the handprints of 40,000 year-old prehistoric humans…

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Carrie Fisher; 6 Things You Don’t Know About The Actress Behind Princess Leia

If the news of Carrie Fisher’s recent passing has left you wondering what matters anymore, rest assured, you’re not alone. This week devastated super-fans…

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Jay Dobyns: The Man Who Took On The Hell’s Angels

The Hell’s Angels is a group so well known that in some areas, the name doesn’t need any further explanation at all. An infamous…

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Underneath It All Butch Cassidy Wasn’t That Bad

Butch Cassidy’s Wild Bunch stole everything, including their name. The original Wild Bunch, A.K.A. The Doolin-Dalton Gang ran their operation out of the Oklahoma…

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On This Day, December 28th

1. 1895: The first paid public screening of a movie It was on this date in 1895 that two French brothers, Auguste and Louis…

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Halloween Hell: The Twisted History Of Murderer Ronald O’Bryan

Urban legends have a way of sticking around in popular folklore, taking on a life of their own over the years. What once was…

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The Life of Celebrated French Author Victor Hugo

Considered to be one of the greatest French writers, Victor Hugo was a Romantic movement novelist, poet, and dramatist from France. Today his two…

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On This Day, December 27th

1. 1932: The doors open at the Radio City Music Hall It was on this date in 1932 that John D. Rockefeller opened the…

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The Haunting Story Of The Los Feliz Murder Mansion

Buildings and places have a habit of getting tied to certain points in history, becoming linked inextricably to an event. While certain constructions have…

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War Dogs Were The Craziest Tactic Tried By Everyone In The 20th Century 

Let’s get this out right away. This is not history for the faint of heart. If you are sensitive to stories, which include harm…

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