Eli Nixon April 17, 2016
Nothing but sand, rocks, and despair surround Bir Hakeim, a desolate outpost in the Libyan desert. In May 1942, 3,500 Free French legionnaires committed themselves to one of the most extraordinary acts of bravery seen this side of mythology. For two...
Nicollette B April 13, 2016
Lynching may well be the most morbid, inhumane, and disheartening form of vigilante justice. Typically, it involves a mob of people injuring or killing someone—usually by hanging—who is believed to have committed an offense. It doesn’t matter if the...
Debra Kelly April 7, 2016
Getting something to go viral requires the right combination of luck, timing, and hitting what resonates most with an audience at that particular moment. In the first half of the 20th century, the world saw its share of viral stories that spread through...
Aaron Short April 4, 2016
Dennis Hopper appeared in some of the best movies ever made (Apocalypse Now, Easy Rider, Blue Velvet), as well as some of most laughably bad (Super Mario Bros, Waterworld). But he was also the original Hollywood hell-raiser, making Charlie Sheen look...
Heather Ramsey March 11, 2016
From deadly water hazards to strange escape islands to curious Easter eggs that can be unlocked with the code word “Listverse,” here are 10 intriguing stories about real-life water oddities.
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