Chuck Wepner may have lost his fight against Muhammad Ali for the heavyweight championship title in March 1975, but the heated boxing match influenced Sylvester Stallone to write the screenplay for “Rocky.” The post The Formidable Life Of Chuck Wepner, The ‘Bayonne Bleeder’ Who Fought Muhammad Ali And Inspired ‘Rocky’ appeared first on All That’s … Read more
After a two-year relationship filled with abuse that largely went ignored by others, George Huguely murdered Yeardley Love in a drunken rage inside her apartment on May 3, 2010. The post The Chilling Story Of George Huguely, The Star Lacrosse Player Who Brutally Murdered His Ex-Girlfriend Yeardley Love appeared first on All That’s Interesting.
Throughout the late 1970s and ’80s, Ant Hill Kids leader Roch Thériault subjected his followers to an escalating series of horrors, including sexual assault, mutilation, and murder. The post Inside The Ant Hill Kids, The Twisted Cult Led By Canadian ‘Prophet’ Roch Thériault appeared first on All That’s Interesting.
Mummies with “false heads” found in Peru, prehistoric cave dwelling uncovered in Spain, medieval coin with the face of Jesus unearthed in Norway. The post This Week In History News, Dec. 3 – 9 appeared first on All That’s Interesting.
“The Beam” raises visitors up about 12 feet and spins them around for a gorgeous, panoramic view of New York City. The post Rockefeller Center Is Giving Guests The Opportunity To Recreate The Famous ‘Lunch Atop A Skyscraper’ Photo appeared first on All That’s Interesting.
Jonathan the tortoise is estimated to have been born in 1832, which means he’s lived through 40 U.S. presidents and eight British monarchs. The post Jonathan The Tortoise, The Oldest Animal In The World, Just Turned 191 appeared first on All That’s Interesting.
Safina Namukwaya became one of the oldest women ever to give birth after she was “mocked” for being childless. The post A 70-Year-Old Ugandan Woman Just Gave Birth To Twins — Thanks To In-Vitro Fertilization appeared first on All That’s Interesting.
Come on an adventure to macabre archaeological sites on this episode as we explore mysterious locations and modern mysteries. We travel to India and investigate an unusual collection of bones said to be connected to a wrathful goddess and Greek theosophists. Then, we hear controversial stories of cannibalism and consider the influence of dark beings … Read more
The use of hallucinogens is inherently fraught with danger, both physically and mentally. Yet, there are those who wish to explore the psychedelic realms for both research and enlightenment. Some choose more mainstream substances, but there are more obscure alternatives. We discuss the experiences of a man who took high doses of DXM to reach … Read more
The renowned researcher Berthold Schwarz once said, “Psi is a bucking bronco; you cannot know which direction it will take.” This is absolutely true for the woman we cover in this episode. She attends a breathwork workshop only to suddenly realize she is speaking in a strange language. After seeking guidance, she discovers she is … Read more