A freak accident and a circus hypnotist helped Aleksander Kulisiewicz develop a remarkable power of memory. At 21, imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp, he began mentally archiving the music he heard men singing. To save the songs of the Holocaust, he first had to save himself.
A fatal overdose, a stunning coincidence, and a mother’s long quest to heal.
A telekinetic teenager became a convicted killer. Can a group of strangers prove that Christina Boyer is really a victim of injustice?
For hundreds of years, there were rumors of a shipwrecked treasure on the Oregon coast. But no one found anything, until Cameron La Follette began digging. A real-life “Goonies” adventure.
At the world’s largest gathering of psychics and mediums, two brothers confront a painful secret.
A murder in New Orleans, a trial that lasted less than a day, and the lives they entangled for the next three decades. Published in partnership with The Lens.
People said that women had no place in the Grand Canyon and would likely die trying to run the Colorado River. In 1938, two female scientists set out to prove them wrong.
“A flimsy raft, more than 100 souls, and three teenage heroes—or are they pirates?”
“As darkness fell, Nhek and Soem, clutching the tree trunks as flotation devices, eased into the flow of the Mekong, submerging their sweaty bodies into the dark torrent. Water soaked their clothes and splashed their faces as the current carried them south toward freedom.”