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Newspapers report a fire-breathing demon bounding impressively about southern England in the 19th century.
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Abraham Lincoln's son Robert was connected with three different presidential assassinations.
In August 1977 an Ohio radio telescope received a signal that appeared to have been sent by an alien intelligence.
Why did medieval courts prosecute cows, bulls, horses, and weevils for crimes ranging from criminal damage to murder?
Nova Scotia's Oak Island has become famous as the site of a vast treasure that no one has been able to unearth.
In 1828 a 16-year-old boy appeared in Nuremberg, claiming that he'd spent his entire life alone in a dark cell.
The famous fictional detective was inspired by a real-life medical lecturer who taught Arthur Conan Doyle at the University of Edinburgh.
Polish army captain Witold Pilecki is the only person to enter the concentration camp at Auschwitz voluntarily.
In November 1810 one of the most elaborate practical jokes of all time unfolded in an innocent London street.
A well-dressed corpse appeared on a South Australian beach in 1948 -- and has been baffling investigators for 66 years.