The tradition of pulling pranks on each other on the first day of April dates back centuries.
Debunking the Myths Around the Green Children of Woolpit
This folk tale is pretty famous around Woolpit, England, where the alleged kids magically appeared.
Maltese Archaeology and Why You Never Knew About It
When people think of ancient human remains, they imagine Egypt or Africa. But Malta has a lot to offer as well.
Nailing It: How Nail Polish Has Evolved Over the Years
Get a glimpse into the stylish history of nail polish.
Popcorn and How It Found Its Way Into Movie Theaters
It's hard to remember a time when popcorn and movie theaters weren't so intertwined. Apparently, this pairing took some time.
A Brief History of the Highland Games
The Highland Games are a symbol of great importance in Scottish culture. When and how did it first start?
Flower Power: The Secret Ancient Meanings of Old-Time Bouquets
In the past, each flower had its own symbolic meaning and you could code a full message using a single bouquet.
An Ancient Eight-Mile Long Mural Was Discovered in the Amazon
A recently discovered cave painting was found in the Colombian Amazon, and it's mindblowing in more ways than one.
100 Years of Swimsuits
People have enjoyed taking a dip in bodies of water. But have they always had the proper attire to do that?
Surprising Mummified Discoveries Unearthed in Egypt
Did you know that some of the ancient Egyptians were also buried with mummified exotic animals?