It's that time of year again, so get ready to dive in with these artifacts that would've made Indiana Jones soil his khakis.
Over the course of his criminal career, a handful of women either escaped from or experienced near misses with Bundy. One of those women was our source today, Rhonda Stapley.
It's comforting to pretend that real-life crime plays by the same rules as TV, and that sooner or later every killer is nabbed by an attractive cop with a clever one-liner. Unfortunately, some deranged murderers are never found.
We're pretty certain that horror movies have been based off of the Virgin Mary's genitals.
We can't be certain, but Hitler may have had a picture of Carl Brigham in his school locker when he was a kid.
A lot of so-called anti-drug efforts which authorities have put together over the years have mostly been excuses to harass minorities.
Search deep enough, and even the most beloved figures have at one point or another blurted out something stupid, condescending, or plain hateful.
Popular history more closely resembles a Disney adaptation rather than how things actually went down.
If you dig deep enough, past all the wars and slavery and plagues, you can find a few heartwarming stories buried in history's cold murky depths.
History has played host to a range of terrifying diseases that did their business, crippled some populations and straight-up vanished.
Our condolences, but a lightning strike to the exact center of your head is a pretty awesome way to go.
Despite our seemingly impenetrable knowledge of how to catch cheats, the most ridiculous scams often go undetected for a ludicrously long time.
Scientist have been digging up depraved artifacts for decades and, yes, all of this is real.
Horst saw Adolph Hitler with his own eyes, and shook hands with the likes of Hermann Goring and Joseph Goebbels. Now he lives in the United States, where we sat down to bust some myths about life under the Nazi regime.