Tales from the past to titillate and educate while giving you a lens on the present and future.
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The famed businessman’s 70 years on Earth before succumbing to an alleged sex-fueled heart attack are truly the stuff beyond legend.
This Prussian baroness wrote erotic poetry and mainlined morphine — until Nazis took exception to her decadence.
These women captured the heart of England’s future king years ago but quickly learned that royal romance is a tricky business.
Sam Houston was conflicted — he loved Texas, loved America and hated a Confederacy that he feared would lead the nation on a path to destruction.
In the summer of ’77, New York City was a cauldron of crazy, and nothing was crazier than the Son of Sam killings.
John C. Woods was an inept hangman, but he got to practice on Nazis convicted at Nuremberg.
Venezuela built its democracy on a special pact where not everyone was included.