It is now thought that the world-famous Renaissance maestro may have been born of an Italian slave named Caterina.
Used as a way to communicate with the 'other side', the infamous board seemingly had an adverse effect on the students.
Authorities are attempting to determine how an injured serval wild cat found in Ohio had the illicit drug in its system.
Biomedical Egyptologist Jenefer Metcalfe takes a look at how our understanding of mummification has changed over the years.
Pastor Francisco Barajah of Mozambique died from the effects of not eating anything whatsoever for over 5 weeks.
The woman, who hails from Midland County, believed that the elusive cryptid was skulking around outside her home.
Archaeologists discovered the enigmatic hand print during excavation work of the city's historic fortifications.
Some experts now believe that Egyptian mummification may have had nothing to do with preserving bodies.
Researchers have (quite literally) lifted the lid on who was buried in the coffins beneath the iconic cathedral's spire.
Officials have struggled to come up with an explanation for the deaths of at least 40 cows over the last two months.
The center will contain the largest ever archive dedicated to the preservation and centralization of UFO-related material.
This gargantuan goldfish - which recently went viral - was caught by Worcestershire angler Andy Hackett.
A team of dedicated UFO investigators in France has been studying the phenomenon for the last 45 years.
Joerg Arnu is a prominent Area 51 researcher who has worked on numerous documentaries and TV shows.
The footage, which reportedly shows an exotic black cat, has generated some heated debate since appearing online.
A new YouGov poll has indicated that more people now believe that UFOs may be extraterrestrial in origin.
Robert Bigelow is offering grants of up to $1M to fund an attempt to communicate with someone who has died.
Rising temperatures and other environmental changes could make it easier to locate Scotland's elusive monster.
Researchers have suggested that we may be listening out for the wrong type of extraterrestrial communications.
The bright blue crustacean, which was caught off the coast of Portland, is thought to be 1 in 2 million.