From historical figures to present-day celebrities, Sara Kettler loves to write about people who've led fascinating lives.
The royal couple's love story had a romantic beginning but their relationship was rattled by her early ascension to the throne five years into their marriage.
Though they ended up divorced, Priscilla has continued to call the King of Rock 'n' Roll "the love of my life."
The killer's early years featured problematic behavior and hints of the darkness that led to him becoming a serial rapist and murderer.
His chosen field of study came in handy when targeting women. And his college-boy persona fooled not only his victims, but the authorities as well.
Wearing her own red one-piece, the 'Charlie's Angels' star posed for the now-famous image in her Los Angeles backyard.
Coming into his own as a pop singer, the supermodel-infused video brought the worlds of fashion and music together.
Among the known and apparent companions of the artist are several recognizable names, including Leon Trotsky and Georgia O'Keeffe.
The confidants and collaborators navigated the '60s and '70s together, rising to the top of their fields.
The actress and playwright were once enamored with each other — even writing love letters — but their relationship wasn't strong enough to endure.
The Material Girl's mom passed away from cancer when the singer was five years old.
Smiling on the outside, the famed duo's connection was even deeper, more complex and more fraught than their public image suggested.
In 1969, when black Americans were still prevented from swimming alongside whites, an episode of 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood' broke the color barrier.
The 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' author found it hard to go on after his daughter Olivia's sudden death.
After the comedian received his first ventriloquist's doll, he began to teach himself the skill of ventriloquism through dedicated study and practice.
'Phone Call to God' put the comedienne on the map — and on Johnny Carson's famed couch.
Through laughter and tears, the comedian and 'Superman' star maintained a brotherly bond.
The comedienne and royal may appear to be unlikely pals, but the two shared a close relationship that endured until Rivers' death in 2014.
Titanic survivor Elsie Bowerman went on to participate in and witness major historical events; she also got to experience the broader opportunities for women in the 20th century.
The first lady overcame political objections and a lack of funds to embark upon a sweeping restoration of the White House that covered every presidential era and enthralled the country.
The first lady continued to wear the outfit covered in her husband's blood to convey a message and as a way of coping with her own trauma.
After the terrorist attacks in September 2001, Fred Rogers offered heartfelt words of hope and recovery.
Before he began sharing his love of landscapes with audiences on 'The Joy of Painting,' the artist spent 20 years of his life in the U.S. Air Force.