World History

The Lacandón People of Mexico

Discover the Lacandón People of Mexico, the last primitive tribe to make contact with the outside world. Living a traditional hunter-gatherer lifestyle, the Lacandón people live deep in the rainforest hiding their cultural customs from outsiders, desperately trying to preserve their traditional way of life.
April 18, 2024 Allison Robertson

The Vanishing Village of Angikuni Lake

Uncover the truth about the vanishing village of Angikuni Lake. From who discovered their disappearance to the chilling items they left behind, find out what exactly happened in this remote village of Northern Canada, and new information that points to some possible answers.
April 17, 2024 Allison Robertson

The Traditional Life of the Cahuilla Indians

Uncover the traditional culture of the Cahuilla Indians, specifically the Augustine Band, known to be the smallest tribe in all of the United States. From thatched huts and handmade spears to intricate face tattoos and basket-weaving, find out how the tribe managed to live off the land for centuries, and where they are today.
April 17, 2024 Allison Robertson

Unbridled Facts About Daisy Greville, The Saucy Socialite

Since everyone knew Daisy Greville was King Edward VII’s favorite mistress, people were stunned when she heartlessly betrayed him.
April 17, 2024 Byron Fast
Men Eating Soup During The Depression split with dandelions

12 Shocking Foods People Ate To Survive The Great Depression

During the Great Depression, people had to resort to eating some budget-friendly meals—and some of them were downright shocking.
April 10, 2024 Sarah Ng

Chernobyl's Elephant Foot

Uncover the details of Chernobyl's Elephant Foot, the radioactive remains of the catastrophic nuclear accident that occurred in 1986. Find out what it is, how it formed, and why nearly four decades later it remains just as lethal as it did upon discovery.
April 9, 2024 Allison Robertson
Japanese Toddler Crying Amongst Rubble, A piece of a wall and Berlin

9 Human Mistakes That Changed The World Forever

It's wild how one human decision can be the catalyst for greatness or tragedy. Here are the 9 mistakes in history that changed the world forever.
April 9, 2024 Sarah Ng

The Onge Tribe

Discover the Onge tribe living in the Andaman Islands of India. Known to be one of the oldest and primitive tribes, even after forced settlement they continue to live a traditional lifestyle as hunter-gatherers, making their clothing, tools and huts by hand.
April 4, 2024 Allison Robertson

The Toto Tribe

Discover the Toto tribe of West Bengal, a small indigenous community on the verge of extinction. From living in huts made from straw, and having a remote village with no electricity, find out what is causing the tribe to diminish, and what the future looks like for their people.
April 2, 2024 Allison Robertson
Hart Island Internal

Hart Island: New York City’s Mass Graveyard

Uncover the secrets of Hart Island, New York City's largest mass graveyard. From unclaimed veterans, homeless people, babies, and now thousands of covid-19 victims, find out how many bodies fill the trenches of the island's unmarked graves.
March 20, 2024 Allison Robertson

The Worst Man-Made Disasters in U.S. History

Discover 10 of the worst man-made disasters in U.S. history. From massive oil spills to catastrophic trail derailments and mining catastrophes, America has learned some hard lessons and paid some huge prices for these mistakes.
March 15, 2024 Allison Robertson

The Pintupi Nine

Discover the Pintupi Nine, the last uncontacted indigenous tribe of Australia who reluctantly laid down their spears and joined civilization after decades in hiding. Find out how they managed to survive living in the desert, and what happened to them after they came out.
March 13, 2024 Allison Robertson