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Aug 18, 2019

In the French city of Le Mans, in 1933, the Papin sisters were convicted of a murder so significant that it would shake the bedrock of French society and influence French intellectuals such as- Jean Genet, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Jacques Lacan.

These leading intellectuals, and others, sought to analyze the events that...


Aug 5, 2019

Hugh Brown risks his life to document the men, women and children who mine precious minerals by hand in brutal conditions. He's encountered crocodiles, braved the "mountain that eats men" and documented over 30 countries — and he isn't done yet.
Hugh Brown has recently returned from one of the world's largest silver...


Jul 22, 2019

A decade before the Hollywood sensation of Crocodile Dundee exported the Australian Outback to the rest of the world, Rod Ansell grabbed headlines in his home country by surviving a 56-day ordeal in the harsh, outback Australian bush.

What followed were interviews with the press, book deals, television coverage, a very...


Jul 4, 2019

On June 22, 2002, eighteen coal miners at the Quecreek Mine in Lincoln Township, Somerset County, Pennsylvania, owned by Black Wolf Coal Company accidentally dug into the abandoned, poorly documented Saxman Coal Mine, flooding the room and pillar mine with an estimated 75 million gallons of water.

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Jun 11, 2019

Between 1908 and 1919, more than 800 Aboriginal men, women and children were removed from their homelands across Western Australia and taken to 'lock hospitals' on Bernier and Dorre Islands for treatment for suspected venereal diseases. Many never returned home.

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