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Justin Cook

Operation Paperclip

By November of 1945 ww2 on the western front was brought to a close and the Nazi war machine was brought to its end but there was still one problem. Before and during the war Nazi Germany had invested tons… Continue Reading →

The Case of the Deadly Dye

In 1775 an early chemist Carl Scheele had discovered that he could make a beautiful bright yellowish-green pigment that was excellent for making paints, dyeing cloth and paper, and oh yah as a pesticide. See Scheele’s Green as it was… Continue Reading →

The Zodiac’s Code

From 1969 to 1974 the serial killer known as the Zodiac stalked the San Francisco area killing at least 5 people on his rampage Betty Lou Jensen, David Arthur Faraday, Darlene Elizabeth Ferrin, Cecelia Ann Shepard, and Paul Lee Stine as… Continue Reading →

China’s war on drugs: The first opium war

At the turn of the 19th century Britain was kind of broke. Kicking Napoleon out of Europe had been expensive. So they hatched a plan they would be ones to open up trade with the very rich at time China…. Continue Reading →

The Real Girl In The Well

If any horror movie has a cult following it’s The Ring. As you may know the 2002 film and later sequels we’re based on a 1998 Japanese film called Ring. Ring in turn was based on 1991 novel by Koji Suzuki called Ringu. All tell the story of a… Continue Reading →

Did Patty Hearst Have Stockholm Syndrome?

Patty Hearst grew up in one of Americas richest families. The Hearst’s made a killing in the news and media business. So imagine the dismay when the story on the front page was one of their own. On February 4th… Continue Reading →

3 Awful Experiments in Obedience

1. The Milgram Experiment: The Experiment – In 1961 while working at Yale University Stanly Milgram decided to test how far people would go just to follow orders. He put subjects in a room with an actor dressed as a… Continue Reading →

The Origin of Zombies

A short video on the history of zombies. Its amazing how the myth has both changed and stayed the same.

Mummy Brown

Painters have always been searching for the perfect colors to use in their works. While modern pigments are made in labs with industrial chemicals in the past colors had to be sourced from nature or made out of basic chemicals…. Continue Reading →

The Rajneeshees and America’s first bioterror attack

In 1981 a mysterious guru from India named Rajneesh Bagwan Shree found him and his many followers practically exiled from India and in need of a new home. They settled on an unlikely place a ranch in Wasco County Oregon…. Continue Reading →

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