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wrong house demolished
Wrong House Demolished In Fort Worth, Texas: Why Did City Contractors Mistakenly Tear Down David Underwood’s Home? [VIDEO]
Jul 18, 2013 17:06 PM E
The wrong house was demolished in Fort Worth, Texas, leaving the homeowner to speculate how city officials could have made such a flagrant error. All that was left of David Underwood’s home, the wrong house demolished in Fort Worth, Texas, was a concrete slab.
Jodi Arias
Jodi Arias Trial Update: July 18 Hearing Vacated, Retrial In September [VIDEO]
Jul 18, 2013 16:50 PM E
The Jodi Arias trial is postponed for late September.
skull collector
Skull Collector: Why Did 47-Year-Old Austrian Man Steal 56 17th-Century Human Skulls For Private Museum?
Jul 18, 2013 13:56 PM E
A skull collector in Austria was caught red handed with 56 skulls in his possession. Austrian authorities busted the 47-year-old skull collector, who maintained a personal museum of the remains in his apartment, after he was spotted trying to sell some of the human remains at a flea market.
new dino
Nasutoceratops Titusi: Strange New Dinosaur Discovered In Utah Desert Has Massive Bull-Like Horns And Bulbous Snout [REPORT]
Jul 17, 2013 21:46 PM E
Nasutoceratops titusi, an unusual new dinosaur species discovered in southern Utah, had massive, bull-like horns over its eyes and a large, round snout. The large four-legged Nasutoceratops titusi was an herbivore and a close relative of the triceratops.
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Power Plant Implosion: Florida Demolishes 1960s-Era Facility With 450 Pounds Of Dynamite [VIDEO]
Jul 17, 2013 16:58 PM E
A Florida power plant implosion took place on Tuesday morning, bringing down an aging 1960s-era complex. The plant implosion took 450 pounds of explosives.
shot in hospital
Shot In Hospital: Stray Bullet Strikes 62-Year-Old Woman In Abdomen In Upland, Pa. Medical Center [REPORT]
Jul 17, 2013 16:53 PM E
Shot in the hospital? A stray bullet that could have been fired from up to a mile away entered a woman’s hospital room and struck her in the abdomen. Authorities are looking for any evidence that could lead help answer why the bullet was fired in the first place.
maggots in ear
Maggots In Ear: British Woman Hears Bizarre Scratching In Her Head, Finds Out Fly Larvae Chewed 12MM Hole In Ear Canal [VIDEO]
Jul 17, 2013 12:57 PM E
Maggots in the ear was the last thing 27-year-old Rochelle Harris thought she’d hear when she went to the doctor with excruciating pain in her head. The British woman had just returned from a trip to Peru, and found out that maggots had gotten into her ear and chewed a 12mm hole in her ear canal.
stevie wonder boycott
Stevie Wonder Boycott: Disgusted By George Zimmerman Verdict, Soul Singer Vows Not To Perform In 'Stand Your Ground' States [VIDEO]
Jul 16, 2013 15:16 PM E
Stevie Wonder will boycott the state of Florida following Saturday’s not-guilty verdict in the murder trial of George Zimmerman. During a concert in Canada, Wonder vowed not to perform in Florida until the state’s Stand Your Ground law is abolished. Stevie Wonder will boycott any state, in fact, with a Stand Your Ground law on record.
jodi arias
Jodi Arias Trial Returns: Travis Alexander Killer Back In Court To Escape Death Penalty
Jul 16, 2013 12:06 PM E
Jodi Arias Trial resumes. Defense attorneys ask for the death penalty to be removed.
lightning strike indoors
Lightning Strike Indoors: How Did Bolt Hit Woman In Louisiana Supermarket Checkout Line?
Jul 16, 2013 11:20 AM E
A lightning strike indoors at a supermarket in Louisiana gave one woman a jolt at the checkout line. Lakeisha Brooks was cashing out when a lightning bolt came through the ceiling and hit her, causing burns to her leg and foot. How is a lightning strike indoors possible?
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Fukushima Vegetables Have Bizarre Tumor-Like Growths And Deformities: Is Nuclear Meltdown To Blame For Freaky Produce? [PHOTOS]
Jul 15, 2013 18:11 PM E
Photos of what appear to be vegetables from the Fukushima region of Japan show produce that looks gnarled and deformed. Is the freaky fruit a result of the 2011 radiation disaster?
gold coins
Gold Coins Florida: $250K Treasure Found Just 100 Feet From Shoreline
Jul 15, 2013 17:09 PM E
Gold coins in Florida, found just 100 feet from the coast of Wabasso Beach, in 6 feet of water, are estimated to be worth as much as $250,000. The gold coins, called escudos, came from the 11 Spanish galleons that were shipwrecked on July 31, 1715, while en route to Havana, Cuba.
racer crash
Motorcycle Crashes At 285 MPH: Racer Bill Warner, World Land Speed Record Holder, Loses Life In Horrific Wipeout [VIDEO]
Jul 15, 2013 17:03 PM E
A motorcycle crash at 285 mph in Maine led to the death of renowned racer Bill Warner, who holds the world record for land speed on a conventional motorcycle. Warner, 44, lost control on Sunday at an event in Maine, and his motorcycle crashed at 285 mph.
Killeen Police Shooting
Killeen Police Shooting: Veteran Suspect Dead; AK47 Attack Kills Officer, Second Officer In Critical [REPORT, VIDEO]
Jul 15, 2013 14:57 PM E
A Killeen Police Shooting occurred Sunday morning. The suspect killed one police officer, critically injured another.
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