A recently discovered cave painting was found in the Colombian Amazon, and it's mindblowing in more ways than one.
Debunking the Myths Around the Green Children of Woolpit
This folk tale is pretty famous around Woolpit, England, where the alleged kids magically appeared.
Meet the Famous Boots-Wearing Human Skeleton
One human skeleton can shed light on the way people used to live and tell stories beyond our wildest imagination.
Why King Louis XIV Wore High Heels
When was the last time you saw a fully grown monarch in high heels, white tights, short shorts, and a huge wig?
Surprisingly Famous Male Cheerleaders Nobody Told You About
Most men couldn't handle being professional cheerleaders. Here are a few surprising male celebrities who could.
What Does a 16th-Century Portuguese Shipwreck Have to Do With African Elephants?
An ancient ivory cargo was found aboard a ship that sank about 500 years ago.
Medieval Peasants Didn’t Work as Hard as Modern Americans
Modern Americans might work harder than their medieval, working-class counterparts.
These Athletes Aren’t Blinded by Fame and Fortune
Some high-earning pro athletes are a little more frugal despite their fat bank accounts. Here are our best examples.
Stacy Allison: the First American Woman to Climb Mount Everest
Climbing Mount Everest is extremely difficult, but in September of 1988, Allison finally did it.
What Do You Really Know About King Leonidas and His 300 Spartan Warriors?
You've seen him portrayed by Gerard Butler in the film "300" but have you ever given thought to the character of Leonidas?