From cursed diamonds to haunted movie sets, curses have captured our imaginations and sparked our fears.
In the 1660s, French gem dealer Jean-Baptiste Tavernier purchased a large diamond of unknown origin in India.
The discovery of King Tut’s tomb in 1923 by a British archaeological team was a monumental moment in the field of archaeology.
In 1973, a group of archaeologists opened the tomb of Casimir IV Jagiellon, a 15th-century Polish king in Kraków.
Theatre is steeped in superstition, with traditions such as wishing actors to “break a leg” rather than wishing them good luck.
Sports and superstitions often go hand in hand, with many athletes and fans believing in the power of curses.
The Kennedy family has long been associated with tragedy and misfortune, with many believing in the so-called “Kennedy curse.”
The Poltergeist curse is a chilling legend that haunts the production of the iconic horror franchise.
The so-called “27 Club” is a strange coincidence that has captured the imagination of music fans for decades.
In 1991, the discovery of an iceman’s body in the Alps, estimated to be over 5,000 years old, sparked an eerie phenomenon.
United States witnessed a pattern of presidential deaths every 20 years, starting with William Henry Harrison and ending with John F. Kennedy.