Diana Brown

Diana Brown is a freelance writer for HowStuffWorks and writes mostly for about our podcast Stuff They Don't Want You to Know. She has a B.A. in theater and a minor in creative writing from Georgia State University, and is a writer, performer, and producer of comedy and theater at the nonprofit Twinhead Theatre in Atlanta, where she's executive director. Diana also organizes the annual Atlanta Fringe Festival, where indie, underground and original theater companies showcase their work. She likes reading, cheese and dogs.

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Stuff They Don't Want You To Know talks to investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell about his alien abduction documentaries.

Former South Korean President Park Geun-hye was impeached and is on trial for corruption. Who was really pulling the strings during her administration?

The Bermuda Triangle's Eastern counterpoint — the Dragon's Triangle — is located in the Philippine Sea and has supposedly been swallowing up ships for centuries.

There's no question the Titanic sank, but could it have been intentional?

Secretive Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen is the leader of a politically powerful Turkish religious movement — and head of the largest chain of charter schools in America.

A small area of West Yellowstone National Park has no residents, which opens it up to a strange loophole: lawlessness.

Humans are awesome and we have superpowers of our own. But could a greedy world of "supervillains" twist them against us?

The guys at Stuff They Don't Want You To Know talk about whether you can really delete your internet history — and why you want to.

More than 1,000 people have gone missing from U.S. national parks. Are there reasonable explanations or is there something more sinister at work?

Were Japanese fishermen visited by a beautiful Russian spy in 1803 — or was it an alien?

The American Academy of Pediatrics weighs in for the first time on the safety of tattoos and piercings for teenagers.

The Somerton Beach man mystery has baffled authorities and mystery buffs for decades. Will we ever know who he was or how he died?

We place faith in our money and financial systems. But have we put so much faith in them that we're not equate money and religion — or money to, ahem, our eternal salvation?

Did Adolf Hitler really commit suicide with Eva Braun like history says he did? Tune in to Stuff They Don't Want You To Know and see what Matt, Ben and Noel have to say.

Life in North Korea isn't easy — and it's also not easy to determine what information coming out of the Kim regime is fact and what's fiction.

To hunt serial killers you have to understand them, and that's not always an easy task for investigators.

Can you imagine living on Mars? It's hard for some, but HowStuffWorks founder Marshall Brain has a new book that discusses the idea in depth.

What are the chances there are still large, undiscovered animals on the planet? More likely than you might think.

Many people have sworn to have spotted Bigfoot. But does the elusive hominid exist?

We know our universe is massive, but how can we be sure we are actually alone in it?