Aubrey McClendon’s life was a rollercoaster — much like the fracking industry itself, which he spent every waking moment working to build.
In June of 2013, Edward Snowden was working a contracted job as a systems administrator for the NSA. In his time there, he allegedly stole 1.5 million classified files.
For 27 years, a small community in the woods of Maine was burglarized more than 1,000 times before finding the culprit.
In January of 2018, over 600 computers valued at 2 million dollars were stolen from a bitcoin mining facility in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Deep into the night in May 2010, a thief stole five paintings worth $100,000,000 from the Paris Museum of Modern Art, near the Seine River. This was no ordinary thief.
D.B. Cooper committed one of the most famous heists in American history. This true story is packed full of unanswered questions and strange mysteries.