Fine wine fraud, Babe Ruth’s glove, and other crafty fake antiques.
A new study finds that men and women buried as vampires in 17th and 18th century Poland were not—as previously believed—immigrants to the region.
The grisly vampire hysteria that gripped a New England town in 1892 sounds like a Halloween legend, but it is a true tale of the macabre.
Turkish archaeologists say they have discovered dungeons that once held Vlad the Impaler, the real-life inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
From Vlad the Impaler to Jack the Ripper, meet seven of history’s creepiest figures.