There was a horrific string of home invasion assaults and murders that terrorized California in the 1970s and 80s - then nothing... Until a smart and hunky detective figured out a clever way to catch a retired serial killer.
When you're the only one standing between the Prince of Darkness and world domination, you might do anything to win. Anything. 19th Century Swiss savant, Margaretta Peter did terrible things to save the world, and apparently she won. Didn't she?
Fred Valentich wanted to be a pilot. He also wanted to battle the aliens about to invade Earth. Did he? And did it cost him his life?
Ah, the simpler times when the Korean DMZ just gave us bloody axe murders and not the threat of nuclear war. Tune in for the incident that could have started World War III.
Two mass killings so shocked 1811 London they stuck a suspect with a stake and buried him at a crossroads. But did they really catch the culprit? Find out now.
We just made it through a bad flu season - barely - but it could have been worse. At the end of World War I, it was. The Spanish Flu killed as many as died in the war - and we still don't fully understand why.
Did the king of crime in Sydney murder a journalist with a ton of gumption and a spectacular 1970s updo? Or was it the developer she was fighting to save her home? Or someone even closer to home?...
Forget the so-called "experts" and their precious "science" - global warming is a vicious lie. Or at least some people think so, and not all of them can work for Exxon or Fox News. Can they?
Did Rebecca Zahau tie a rope to her neck - with hands and feet bound - then hurl herself over a balcony? Or did someone else? Impossible murder or the weirdest suicide ever. You decide.
What was the worst natural disaster in U.S. history? Wrong! It was the Galveston Storm of 1900 when a 15-foot storm surge washed over an 8-foot high island and left an entire city with nowhere to run.
Nothing was going to stop Gavrilo Princip from killing Archduke Franz Ferdinand if he got the chance. And a pre-Google Maps wrong turn gave him that chance - and led to the death of 20 million people.
Weird World's first Top Ten! Join us for some creatures that thought we were a tasty snack - again and again and again.
Was there a serial killer stalking (mostly) young women in Vermont in the 1940s and '50s? Or was the area around Bennington just an unlucky place to go for a hike?
In France, sometimes the time can just slip away - all the way to Marie Antoinette if you're not careful.
Most of the time, when a military blimp crash lands near San Francisco you will find the two pilots onboard. Most of the time. Not this time. Find out what happened.
Their exploits brought you The Conjuring, Annabelle, A Haunting in Connecticut, Conjuring 2 and 3, Annabelle prequel, Conjuring v. Annabelle: The Grudge Match. We're getting ahead of ourselves. Join us as we explore the truth behind the "true" stories.
The radium girls were told that there was no danger painting little glow in the dark numbers on watches with radium. And licking their brushes. And painting their teeth.
Are those puffy things you sometimes see trailing jets really poisonous death clouds? Are the airlines and the government and, well, lots of other people trying to kill us or control us through chemtrails?
What man wouldn't want to spend his honeymoon with his wife and best friend? Okay, but what if the friend is super helpful? He even offers his cottage for the honeymoon. But when the bride drowns in nine inches of water people start to talk…
Lobotomies were trendy for longer than you might think, and not just for Kennedys and Ken Kesey. We explore the history of lobotomies with a focus on the showman who used to do them two at a time.