10 Strange Mourning Items From The Victorian Era

From 1837 to 1901, Queen Victoria ruled over England. When her husband, Prince Albert, died, she began wearing black, declared that she was in mourning . . . and never stopped. She never remarried and raised all of their children alone. To the English people, this was incredibly tragic and romantic at the same time, so they began to… Continue reading 10 Strange Mourning Items From The Victorian Era

10 Things That Don’t Quite Add Up About The Jonestown Massacre

On November 18, 1978, over 900 bodies were discovered in Jonestown, the makeshift compound established in Guyana by the Peoples Temple sect. In an act of so-called “revolutionary suicide,” most had taken their own lives by ingesting cyanide in a grape-flavored beverage. The group had killed a Congressional representative and realized that this would bring… Continue reading 10 Things That Don’t Quite Add Up About The Jonestown Massacre

10 Apparent Conspiracies Surrounding The 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing

Shortly after 9:00 AM on April 19, 1995, a huge explosion ripped through the heart of Oklahoma City at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. Casualties were in the hundreds, and the event rocked the entire nation. Ninety minutes later, it was almost as devastating to learn that the culprit, who had already been apprehended,… Continue reading 10 Apparent Conspiracies Surrounding The 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing