Orrin Grey is the author of several spooky books, among them Guignol and Other Sardonic Tales and Painted Monsters and Other Strange Beasts. His stories about monsters, ghosts, and sometimes the ghosts of monsters have been published in dozens of anthologies, including Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year.
Skirmishes and slaughters in the southwest.
The civil rights leader was the target of a covert FBI project to discredit him.
From artwork to a rudimentary analog computer and beyond.
The details of their lives are largely unknown.
Somewhere off the coast of Colombia, a treasure worth billions lies on the ocean floor.
Find out why his likeness is still on the $10 bill.
These leaders looked outside science and established religion for answers.
As his dictatorship came crumbling down, he was captured while trying to flee the country.
The past comes to life in a vivid new way, thanks to these historical graphic novels.
See the world through someone else's eyes.
The 1930s gangster became the media's favorite antihero.
You can see these remarkable objects from the past with your own eyes.
The Air Force base has been the subject of numerous conspiracies over the years.
Learn more about one of the largest population shifts in American history.
This early conflict between colonists and Native Americans had unexpected consequences.
Featuring sweeping, indispensable accounts.
The full scope of its intelligence work remained a secret until the 21st century.
Taking a closer look at this harmful wartime measure.
What’s better than a true story? A story that’s too good to be true.
These iconic images summed up entire wars in the public imagination.