Somewhere between the greatest scientific breakthroughs and technological advances that transformed the world were some fun and sometimes even hilarious inventions that history has forgotten…
The American Mafia started in the 1920s when the mob bosses ran the bootlegging industry during Prohibition. From there, the Mafia became a national organization dealing with prostitution,
History is full of the unknown, and for some reason, we as humans tend to concentrate on the mysterious things more than the undeniable facts.
True life is often far stranger than fiction. History, alternatively known as humanity’s trial-and-error period, is chock-full of scenarios bizarre enough to render your favorite
Photography is a form of art that can freeze the emotions of the moment in time. The development of art has influenced the world in
A new book by Los Angeles Times journalist Annie Jacobsen, “Area 51: An Uncensored History of America’s Top Secret Military Base” (Little Brown), tells the
Evelyn Mchale leapt to her death from the Empire State Building, 1947.
Mafia boss Joe Masseria lays dead on a Brooklyn restaurant floor holding the ace of spades, 1931.
An exotic dancer demonstrates that her underwear was too large to have exposed herself, after undercover police officers arrested her in Florida.
The 20th century was full of inventions that shaped the modern world: television, computers, airplanes, to name just a few. However, for every revolutionary discovery there were countless
Do you know who we have to thank for the expiration dates on Milk bottles? Surprisingly enough, it was the Notorious American Gangster, Al Capone.
Circa 1920s, a picnic at Los Angeles’ California Alligator Farm, where patrons were allowed to mingle freely among trained alligators from 1907 to 1953.
This photo doesn’t have a date because sometimes abhorrent things still happen today. It’s actually from the 21st century and was taken in a modern mental
These men worked for Walt Disney Studios and the caveman was being built for the New York World’s Fair.
The photo was taken moments before 7200 eggs were added to make a record-breaking omelet.
A 24-year-old model named Julie Desmond climbed out of the back of a Russian Moskvich 427 at an automotive trade show.