A favorite of Hollywood stars, L.A.’s Original Spanish Kitchen sat mysteriously vacant for years and years.
Charley Parkhurst was one of the rootin’, tootin’-est stagecoach driver in Gold Rush-era California. But Charley had a secret that became known only after death: he was actually a she.
Once thought lost to sea and sand, Cecil B. De Mille’s Egyptian “City of the Pharaoh” is emerging on a beach on the central coast.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane… what IS that thing? In 1896, it was the talk of Sacramento, and it remains a mystery to this day.
Seven years after Ronni Chasen's murder, despite the suicide of a suspect and a closed case for Beverly Hills police, the crime remains shrouded in mystery.
In the early days of WWII, a Navy sub-hunting blimp left Treasure Island for a routine flight with two experienced pilots aboard. Hours later, it came back — empty.
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