For centuries, oozing wounds were seen as proof of guilt in court—but even in death, women’s testimony was considered less credible than men’s.
The Grisly Past
From presidents to outlaws, many types of people have been exhumed to answer questions about how they lived and died.
At first glance, the miniatures in the Maryland medical examiner’s office look like ordinary dollhouses.
The skull belonged to a young man and was buried in Brazil about 9,000 years old, with severed hands covering its face in a mysterious pose
To the extent you’ve ever thought about what they ate, you probably assumed it was, well, whatever they could get their dirty hands on.
The first known murder was just as brutal as any other.
Today, Phenomena gets a little spookier as we welcome Erika Engelhaupt to the salon.