Two new episodes of Second Decade trace the history of America's most famous address from 1809 to 1861.
It's illogical to believe there is treasure on Oak Island. Here's my summation.
Watch the video version of this article, here: https://youtu.be/BmD3o34SttA This article is third in a series on the mysterious “treasure pit” of Oak Island, Nova [...]
See the video version of this article, here: https://youtu.be/kFserAujfhU This is Part II of my series of articles on Oak Island, a small island in [...]
These ancient statues, captured by an Austrian painter in the 1840s, still exist as mighty monuments to a civilization long dead.
Were Presidents elected in years ending in zero really "cursed" to die in office? In reality the pattern is a lot more random than it might seem.
Seeing the ancient stones of people long dead puts in perspective what's important in life.
This church, which stood here since the 1500s, was demolished in 1848 to make room for a railway station, but not before this last photo was taken.
There is huge news today (September 13, 2016) involving history, archaeology and exploration--and the resolution of a mystery more than 150 years old! Researchers have found [...]
On January 13, 1840, one of the earliest mass transportation disasters of the industrial age claimed 139 lives off the coast of Long Island. Why did it happen?