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North Sentinel Island is home to a pre-Neolithic tribe that is as vulnerable as they are mysterious. What we do know is that they are one of the oldest ...

Baba Yaga eats people. She's wicked but all-knowing. If you're noble of heart, she may let you live. Read about the famous witch of Russian folklore.

The Plague Doctor mask is quite popular among those participating in the Carnival of Venice. But do they know the dark history of the Medico della Peste?

Mary Ashford and Barbara Forrest are two women who were murdered 157 years apart from each other. The eerie similarities of these murders are chilling.

Nearly six years have passed since Ben McDaniel disappeared while fresh-water scuba diving, despite extensive (and expensive) search efforts to find him.

Rodney Alcala is a convicted rapist and serial killer sometimes called “The Dating Game Killer.” Alcala may have committed up to 130 murders.

Grady Stiles Jr. led an interesting life and suffered a death that was just as intriguing. He was known as the Lobster Boy and had even committed murder.

On April 10,1990, the crew of the Casie Nicole left on a fishing expedition. Five days later, only one man was found. The fate of the crew is a mystery.

The Imperial Army of Japan is purported to have buried or hidden tons of gold in the Philippines. Where is Yamashita's gold or does it exist at all?

Considered one of ‘most haunted small towns in America’, Alton has no shortage of ghost stories. One of the best known is the McPike Mansion.

The Band of Holes is a series of holes carved into the rock in the Pisco Valley of the Nazca Plateau, the same area as the more well known Nazca Lines.

There have been many killers over the course of history. Here are five of the most brutal and bizarre serial killers in the modern age.

The Shell Grotto of Margate sparks controversy today. Who built the underground passages lined with 4.6 million shells and what was its purpose?

The Enfield Poltergeist activity was attributed to the disquiet spirit of one Bill Wilkins, a man who had died in the home several years earlier.

Experts believe Shakespeare's head was stolen from the church in the late 1700s. Read the theories why and what ground penetrating radar has determined.

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