The story of six teenagers who stole a boat, got lost in a storm, then lived in relative harmony on a South Pacific island.
Here's what Australian police found on a property used by a Japanese cult to test nerve gas and mine uranium.
The Villisca Axe Murder House was one of America's most famous haunted houses. In 2014, its story got even weirder.
The show about people living through the wildest stories we can find is back.
Looking at these photos from 2000, you can see Justin Timberlake wondering why he was there.
How a genetically modified super poppy from Tasmania provided enough opiods to flood America.
We look at the case of Luis Garavito, the world's most prolific serial killer, to understand how Colombia creates such monsters.
I asked Mark May if he'll use his trademark to sue kids.
"I used to think I had a pretty good sense of smell. Now, I'll try and smell some flowers or some stinky shoes and I'm not getting any information."
We're told to never give up. But what if that's not working?
Before the lightning, Tony Cicoria barely even listened to music.
After 15 years trying to like it, I'm ready to admit I hate it.