The creepy images in this photo collection depict the actual corpses of religious martyrs, covered in gold and precious gems.
The Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft has a truly horrifying item of magical clothing on display... and they explain exactly how it was made.
Once upon a time, there was a thriving amusement park called "The Land of Oz," which shut its doors decades ago. But thousands still travel there each October for a very different kind of “Oz-fest.”
In a chilling mash-up of art, history and true crime, this photo series blends today's New York with horrific death scenes from many decades ago.
An exhibit entitled “Let There Be GWAR” recently opened in Richmond, VA, featuring rare artifacts from the band's first three decades on planet Earth.
Conspiracy theorists finally get to say “I told you so,” as recently-declassified materials disclose details about the infamous secret testing site.
Some say that several ancient skeletons found in the American Midwest are positive proof that giants once lived in North America... so why haven't they been displayed in museums?
The turn-of-the-century red light district of Paris never looked so dark.