You think your mother-in-law is bitter, rude and exists only to make your life miserable? Then take a peak at our list of the 3 most evil mother-in-laws known in history. . .
One of the most prominent pirates in history was a woman named Ching Shih. After the death of her husband, she became the head of 50 000 pirates; her name alone was enough to make the most experienced of ship captains shudder.
During the Holocaust, European Jews went through drastic changes in their lives, often leading to a fatal end. The Ovitz family however, whose members were dwarfs, managed to survive those sorrowful years.
The story of Mary the elephant is perhaps the most coherent example of circus animal abuse at the start of the 20th century.
We're used to seeing trees as just another part of the background that surrounds us, rarely acknowledging that they too are living things that experience emotions and communicate with each other - things which allow them to survive for centuries.
24-year-old Sabrina Pasterski may just very well be the next scientist to turn the world on its head. The young woman has been offered a job at NASA and her work has attracted the attention of Stephen Hawking.
Lucius Catilina was a wealthy Roman who, like most of those belonging to the upper class at the time, loved to indulge and partake in exuberant feasts, even if they were unable to actually afford them.
A 900-year-old legend speaks of the Lady Godiva, who sacrificed her own dignity in front of the entire town, in an effort to lower the taxes imposed on its citizens.
While most of us are still sleepy after 7-8 hours of sleep, little Ever needs just about 1 hour of sleep per day, while some nights not even sleeping at all and still being full of energy.
The American man shares that the alien, named Crescent, was also the one whom he lost his virginity to at the age of 17. He shares the full story in a book and film titled Love and Saucers .