Here are 37 mass shooters who were either on antidepressants at the time of their rampage, had abruptly quit taking their medication when they went on their spree, or had been prescribed antidepressants at some point in the past.
Jeffrey Epstein was hardly the first to film people in sexual situations without their knowledge. Here, in all their creepy horror, are 26 real-life cases where perverts used digital technology to catch an illegal glimpse of someone else’s naked body.
Were you aware that during the middle of World War II, the Nazis were working on an elaborate underground lair like you’d see in James Bond or Austin Powers movies?
You’d be surprised at how many kings—from Elvis Presley to King George II—died “on the throne.”
Her motto was “living well is the best revenge,” but from all reports, she lived a life of endlessly empty sadness.
For at least the past thousand years, attempts to make contact with the tribesmen on this tiny island have resulted in a hail of arrows and spears flung at the intruders, frequently resulting in death. They made headlines late in 2018 when they killed a young American missionary who wanted to spread the Gospel to them.
Jeffrey Epstein took an insanely lenient plea deal in 2007 despite mountains of evidence against him. Does this insanely wealthy man keep getting away with it because of his ties to the intelligence community?
Known as “Anne of the Thousand Days,” Anne Boleyn was Queen of England for only three years but still managed to turn the world upside-down. Through her charm, intelligence, and stubborn willpower, she led King Henry VIII to divorce his first wife and split from the Catholic Church. Then, when she failed to produce him a male heir to his throne, he dragged her into jail and had her beheaded on false charges of adultery, incest, and witchcraft.
He sleeps at a bone-chilling 54 degrees, wears his polo shirts only once, plays with prosthetic breasts that he keeps near his bathtub, and has a statue of dog feces.
This article examines the history of women poisoning their husbands reaching back to the 1600s as well as 15 specific women who used this method to get rid of a man who was either abusive or inconvenient.