Today we take a look at the morbidly muttered myth that fingernails and hair continue to grow after death. Is it true? We’ll break down the science for you.
When the National Enquirer ran the infamous photo of Elvis Presley in his casket, conspiracy theorists immediately decried the photo as fake.
In 2008, the body of a missing Croatian woman was discovered in her apartment. It was estimated that she had died sometime between 1966 and 1973.
One of the last wishes of an 85-year old Fargo, ND man was granted recently when his obituary humorously consisted of only two words.
It is claimed that some Victorian-era coffins were enclosed in cages to prevent zombies from escaping. Is this real or a hoax?
A series of images circulating online show a perfectly-preserved girl who was said to be frozen for 500 years.
The topic of a well-preserved corpse known as the “Italian Bride” which became a tourist attraction is discussed by writer Randal A. Burd, Jr.
In 2012, CBC News reported that there were over 200 human bodies on Mount Everest, some of which were used as landmarks when navigating the mountain.