In Prehistoric Italy, ancient inhabitants stripped the flesh off their dead, broke up the carcasses, and mixed the bones with animal remains.
Welcome to Mexico's eerie Island of the Dolls, where decomposing toys dangle from the trees in honor of a dead child's spirit.
Crushed by a coffin? Chewed alive by psychotic cats? There were plenty of weird ways to die during the 1800s. Here are 10 of the strangest Victorian deaths.
The Davison family thought they were just spending a sunny day at a local swim hole. Little did they know a teen ghost was trying to make her presence known.
Sun stroke? Jealousy? Dog bites? Discover the surprising reasons why patients from the 1800s ended up in a West Virginia insane asylum.
From the headless spirit of a famous actor to the restless ghost of Woodrow Wilson, these sacred sites have a dark side.
Words of caution about plastic surgery, cockroach facials, and hailing cabs.
These celebrity burial sites give a new meaning to life after death.
Spend the night at these eerie inns, where the restless spirits of murder victims and suicidal lovers still roam the halls.
Step inside the Cross Bones Graveyard, London's mass burial ground for prostitutes, beggars, and thieves.
The mummified corpse of an Oklahoma outlaw shows up 60 years later as a funhouse prop in this creepy tale of life after death.
From Père Lachaise in Paris to Brooklyn's Evergreens Cemetery, join us as we unearth the extraordinary stories behind the stones.
Top off your meal with these creepy vintage snapshots of America's forgotten fall harvest custom.