Kellie Kreiss

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  1. 20 Things You Need If You Love Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    20 Things You Need If You Love Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the trailblazer of trailblazers. The Notorious RBG - or so she's been nicknamed by her adoring fans - was the second woman to ever be ...
  2. 20 Things That Every Frida Kahlo Lover Needs

    20 Things That Every Frida Kahlo Lover Needs

    Anyone who knows of Frida Kahlo inevitably loves Frida Kahlo. The world-renowned painter and self-portrait artist who basically perfected ...
  3. +vote Best Female Hip-Hop Artists Of The '90s You Forgot You Loved

    Best Female Hip-Hop Artists Of The '90s You Forgot You Loved

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    Surely the majority of us are familiar with the well-known phrase, "behind every great man there is a great (or maybe greater?) woman." And this has ...
  4. The Scorpion In Game Of Thrones Was Based On A Real Ancient Weapon

    The Scorpion In Game Of Thrones Was Based On A Real Ancient Weapon

    *Spoiler Alert: If you haven't yet watched the most recent episode of Game of Thrones, stop reading, open up that HBO tab, and get to it – then come back and ...
  5. This Playboy Model's Fatal Car Crash Was So Brutal It Changed Federal Law Forever

    This Playboy Model's Fatal Car Crash Was So Brutal It Changed Federal Law Forever

    On the evening of June 29, 1967, actress and Playboy model Jayne Mansfield was in a car driving down Interstate 90, heading west toward New Orleans, LA, after ...
  6. The Internet Is Going Insane Over This Ancient Mesopotamian Fidget Spinner

    The Internet Is Going Insane Over This Ancient Mesopotamian Fidget Spinner

    The sudden emergence of the fidget spinner onto the global social scene cannot be ignored – and what the instantaneous popularity of ...
  7. The US Government Created Fake Towns To Test Out Nuclear Weapons

    The US Government Created Fake Towns To Test Out Nuclear Weapons

    On March 17, 1953, the United States government carried out one of a series of nuclear tests in the desert outside of Las Vegas, Nevada. The ...
  8. "Baby Cages" Might Be The Single Worst Invention Of All Time

    "Baby Cages" Might Be The Single Worst Invention Of All Time

    Everyone knows the importance of fresh air and sunshine, but in the early 1900s, new mothers took this suggestion a bit too far. In 1922, a woman named Emma Read ...
  9. Remembering The Time Nearly Two Million Liters Of Beer Completely Flooded London

    Remembering The Time Nearly Two Million Liters Of Beer Completely Flooded London

    On a late afternoon in October 1814, in one of the craziest events in the history of beer, a small slum neighborhood located in the heart of London ...
  10. We Found Photos Of Every Nazi Corpse We Could

    We Found Photos Of Every Nazi Corpse We Could

    Nearly ten months after Nazi Germany announced its complete surrender to Allied forces, which officially marked the end of World War II, the fate of the remaining ...
  11. The Footage of This Early Parachuter Jumping Straight To His Death Is Hard To Take

    The Footage of This Early Parachuter Jumping Straight To His Death Is Hard To Take

    Franz Reichelt saw himself as a visionary in the field of aviation technology; however, fate might've viewed him a little differently. On the ...
  12. New Evidence May Point To The True Identity Of Jack The Ripper

    New Evidence May Point To The True Identity Of Jack The Ripper

    The name "Jack the Ripper" immediately summons both a feeling of fear and morbid curiosity among those who hear it. And any time new Jack the Ripper ...
  13. Story Of The Man Who Had To Be Hanged Twice Is Almost Too Excruciating To Read

    Story Of The Man Who Had To Be Hanged Twice Is Almost Too Excruciating To Read

    The story of Art Kinsauls, the man who had to be hanged twice, is not for the faint of heart. After committing a brutal murder in North Carolina in the late ...
  14. The Crew Of The Challenger Was Alive The Entire Fall - And NASA Tried To Cover It Up

    The Crew Of The Challenger Was Alive The Entire Fall - And NASA Tried To Cover It Up

    The accident that destroyed the now infamous Challenger space shuttle on the morning of January 28, 1986, forever changed the future of NASA's ...
  15. People Are Freaking Out Over Whether This Photo Shows A Young Vladimir Putin Spying On Reagan

    People Are Freaking Out Over Whether This Photo Shows A Young Vladimir Putin Spying On Reagan

    At first glance, this picture seems to simply portray a shy Russian boy shaking the hand of U.S. President Ronald Reagan while visiting Moscow for the ...
  16. What The Transgender Soldier In The Roman Army Can Teach Us About Today

    What The Transgender Soldier In The Roman Army Can Teach Us About Today

    On July 26, 2017, Donald J. Trump, the bombastic and controversial President of the United States, made a statement regarding the rights of ...
  17. Nobody Has Figured Out Why These Ancient Statues Are Exposing Their Vaginas

    Nobody Has Figured Out Why These Ancient Statues Are Exposing Their Vaginas

    When it comes to deciphering ancient carvings and sculptures, it's usually pretty easy to deduce the symbology behind the likes of a rain cloud and a lightening ...
  18. These Creepy Photos Of Fake Beheadings Were The Biggest Meme Of The 1920s

    These Creepy Photos Of Fake Beheadings Were The Biggest Meme Of The 1920s

    Apparently the 1920s wasn't just the decade of flappers and economic turbulence – it was also the age of fake beheadings. Just like today's most ...
  19. Anti-Japanese Racism Was So Bad During WWII That Chinese Americans Had To Wear Labels

    Anti-Japanese Racism Was So Bad During WWII That Chinese Americans Had To Wear Labels

    At the onset of the 20th century, the United States was not the most welcoming country to Chinese immigrants. From the Chinese Exclusion Act to blatant ...
  20. The Russian Monarchy Nearly Escaped Assassination Due To Bulletproof Underwear

    The Russian Monarchy Nearly Escaped Assassination Due To Bulletproof Underwear

    The story surrounding the fate of one of Russia's most controversial royal families, the Romanovs, has perplexed historians for nearly a century; ...
  21. This Isn't A Tank - It's The Single Largest Gun Ever Used In Military History

    This Isn't A Tank - It's The Single Largest Gun Ever Used In Military History

    In many ways World War II was the beginning of unbridled mechanized warfare - and the development of Hitler's Gustav gun only added to that legacy. The Gustav ...
  22. The Serra Pelada Gold Mine Is The Closest We've Come To Creating Hell On Earth

    The Serra Pelada Gold Mine Is The Closest We've Come To Creating Hell On Earth

    What started with a child stumbling across a small, six-gram spec of gold hidden within the silt of a local river soon became one of the most notorious ...
  23. This Photo of Bison Skulls Shows How Close We Came To Making Bison Go Extinct

    This Photo of Bison Skulls Shows How Close We Came To Making Bison Go Extinct

    At the end of the Civil War, the American drive to achieve an apparent Manifest Destiny regained its stronghold over settlers and economic entrepreneurs ...
  24. How One Photo Captured The Chaos Of The Vietnamese US Embassy Evacuation

    How One Photo Captured The Chaos Of The Vietnamese US Embassy Evacuation

    On April 29, 1975, chaos erupted throughout the streets of Saigon – the capital of South Vietnam – as the US Embassy closed its gates for ...
  25. This Photo Showing A Turkish Man Taunting Starving Armenians Is A Fraud

    This Photo Showing A Turkish Man Taunting Starving Armenians Is A Fraud

    At first glance, the image in question depicts nothing short of a scene of devastating cruelty, and its accompanying caption - which reads "Turkish ...

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