LOST CULTURE OF TAINO PEOPLE OF THE CARIBBEAN
One untold story of a lost culture and tradition is that of the Taino people of the Caribbean. The Taino were an indigenous people who lived in the Caribbean islands, including Cuba, Hispaniola, and Puerto Rico. They had a rich culture and were skilled in agriculture, fishing, and weaving.
The Devil's Sea
The Devil's Sea, also known as the "Dragon's Triangle," is a region of the Pacific Ocean that is located south of Tokyo and east of the Philippines. The area is known for its frequent occurrence of strange phenomena, such as unexplained disappearances of ships and planes, ghost sightings, and unusual weather patterns.
THE REAL OF LOS ANGLES HISTORY BEHIND "PERRY MASON"
HBO’s prestige legal drama Perry Mason is, of course, a work of fiction based on the character Raymond Burr immortalized on the ’50s and ’60s TV show. However, the first season included nods to famous real-life Angelenos and incidents like radio evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson and the horrific kidnapping and murder of Marion Parker. The second season, which premiered on March 6, is no different. Michael Begler, who along with his writing partner, Jack Amiel, serves as the new showrunner for the series, broke down some of the historical influences for Vulture.