All the bizarre, seldom seen, and utterly delightfully odd and strange people, places and stories from a bygone era
Children would decapitate dolls, even live rats, with their bladed toys.
Child-smuggling, marine negligence, arson, and possibly even murder…
Believe It or Not!, just nine months after the horrific fire, the Odditorium doors opened on June 22, 1989.
Between beatings and psychological torture, they played evil Americans in propaganda films.
Tarrare was the walking manifestation of one of the seven deadly sins as he prowled the cobbled streets of 18th-century Paris indulging his endless hunger.
Law enforcement had a list of funeral homes they would call for emergency assistance.
Many legendary male writers have women to thank for their success.