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Florida Man Fends-Off ‘Vampire’ by Dancing on Cop Car

Florida Man Fends-Off ‘Vampire’ by Dancing on Cop Car A Florida man has been arrested for dancing on top of a marked patrol car for what he claims was an act to protect his children from a vampire. Yes, a vampire. 44-year-old Christian Radecki of Cape Coral, Florida, was caught on surveillance video bumping his car into the back of a Lee County sheriff’s vehicle and then hopping on top of the roof to do a jig while music blasted from his car. As he strangely slow jammed on top of the officer’s car, his soundtrack was Hall & Oates’ “Rich Girl” and Supertramp’s “Goodbye...

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‘Pinky’ The Dolphin Returns To Louisiana

‘Pinky’ The Dolphin Returns To Louisiana The story began back in 2007 when Captain Erik Rue of Calcasieu Charter Service first spotted the mysterious pink bottle-nose dolphin, they affectionately named “Pinky”, while out fishing on his boat.  At first thought to be none other than an albino dolphin, experts now believe the unique coloring to be a result of a genetic mutation, causing the her to be 100% pink.  Rue says back in 2007 the pink dolphin was always seen swimming alongside its mother, but now, nearly a decade later and with her return, she swims alone the majority of the time, and...

A large ice chunk hurled through the roof of a Modesto home Wednesday morning. 1

Mysterious Ice Chunk Crashes Through Roof of California Home

(Modesto, CA) Mysterious Ice Chunk Crashes Through Roof of California Home Monica Savath and her family were sitting in the living room Wednesday morning when they were startled by what sounded like an explosion emanating from the area of their attached garage. They arrived to find what appeared to be a large chunk of white ice that had crashed through the family’s roof. Meteorologists claim that while blue skies and warm temperatures may defy explanation for these events, condensation from airplanes could form large ice wedges, dislodging midair, and become a likely culprit for the object which crashed through the Modesto home. No injuries were...

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Massive Dust Storm Strikes Middle-East

Massive Dust Storm Strikes Middle-East An unseasonably powerful dust storm swept across the Middle-East, covering Beirut and Damascus while killing at least two and hospitalizing hundreds in Lebanon; all resulting in the halting of airstrikes in neighboring Syria. People across the region have posted stunning pictures online of huge clouds of dust along with apocalyptic anecdotes, cries of alleged weather manipulation can be heard throughout social media.  The deadly sandstorm is so large it can be seen from space, as captured by NASA’s Moderate-Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) instrument aboard the Aqua satellite.  The image shows raging dust and sand, which...

An alleged 'pterosaur' is captured on film over Ohio. 1

Alleged ‘Pterosaur’ Captured on Film

‘Pterosaur’ Allegedly Spotted in America (Boise, Idaho) Footage has surfaced on Youtube citing what an Idaho resident claims could be the return of an extinct dinosaur species. The object in the video dubbed a ‘Pterosaur’, depicts a brownish winged creature appearing to fly low above the trees, perhaps ‘stalking its next victim for lunch’. Watch Numerous critics on Youtube have dismissed this one as  a hoax, as the winged prehistoric creature might have had feathers, among other inconsistencies indicating that this is either a drone or a trick of special fx. Still, some cryptid enthusiasts have cited other accounts of an alleged ‘pterosaur’ presence in the United...

Attendees of a homeopathic conference in Germany were hospitalized following an overdose on a hallucinogenic illegal substance. 1

Multiple Hospitalized Following Homeopathic Conference

Homeopathic Conference Attendees “Suffered Multiple Overdose” (Germany) Police in Handeloh are saying that 29 women and men who attended a Homeopathic Conference last Friday may have overdosed on the hallucinogenic drug 2C-E, an illegal substance which saw dozens reportedly hospitalized. Individuals were “staggering around, rolling in a meadow, talking gibberish, suffering severe cramps, and having convulsions,” according to one local reporter. 2C-E, also known as ‘aquarust’ belonging to the phenethylamine-family of substances has been banned in Germany since 2014 for its pharmacodynamic properties which mimic LSD. So far no one knows whether or not the hospitalized conference attendees partook of the substance intentionally or accidentally,...

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Baseball-size Hail Hits Italy

Another freak thunderstorm in Europe has dropped massive and destructive hailstones the size of baseballs, causing widespread damage and injuring several people and animals. Instagram/barber8813 We reported last week that 2 separate storms, one in Mexico and the other in Spain, had caused widespread damage due to hail, but this new one comes out of Italy.  The storm, which struck September 5, was caused by a southward plunge of the jet stream into western Europe creating a potent upper disturbance throughout the Italian peninsula.  The instability, which created a perfect storm scenario over the Mediterranean sea, eventually slipped into Italy toward...

A spiritualist plans to give dolphin-assisted birth in Hawaii. 3

Woman Plans Dolphin-Assisted Birth in Shark Infested Waters

Woman Plans To Give Dolphin-Assisted Birth in Shark Infested Waters, Hopes Child Will “Speak Dolphin” (Hawaii) A woman is planning to give dolphin-assisted birth, despite recent local shark warnings. According to sources, she hopes that giving birth in this fashion will allow her child to eventually, “speak dolphin.” The birthing process has been guided by The Sirius Institute, providing ‘dolphin midwives’ which allowed her to swim with dolphins several times during her pregnancy. The Institute claims, “Hawaii is ideally suited for these therapy and birth projects.” Dorina Rosin and her partner Maika Suneagle are appearing in the UK Channel 4 documentary Extraordinary Births for...

A manufacturing facility in Kentucky was struck by lightning, causing a spectacular chain reaction leading to a rare event known as a 'firenado'. 0

Lake of Bourbon Goes Up In ‘Firenado’

Cocktail Recipe: Lightning, Wind, Water and 800,000 gallons of Kentucky Bourbon The Weather Channel has just released a video of an event captured on camera in 2003. Twelve years ago, a lake in Kentucky produced a spectacular phenomenon as nature’s rapid response to an accident caused a lightning strike at the nearby Jim Beam manufacturing facility.  The chain reaction started shortly after the strike when runoff from the from the blaze accumulated in nearby lakes. The fiery bourbon, attributing a key ingredient to this cocktail, alongside a small EF0 tornado, spawned an extremely rare event known as a Firenado. Watch: Firefighters were able to...

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Combat Suit: Future Of Sports?

A team of inventors have created a weapon resistant combat suit they say is the future of sports. It’s called the Lorica and it’s a high tech suit designed for full-contact weapon combat.  It looks like something out of the video game Mass Effect with its sleek edges, armor covering just about every inch of the body, and of course its black paint job.  It’s being developed by an independent design company called Unified Weapons Master with the goal of creating a new full-contact weapons-based martial arts sport. Its creators claim it’s much more than a suit.  Sensors built into the...

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Police Warning of Flakka ‘Zombies’

Police are are raising awareness after an encounter with a man on the street drug Flakka caused him to lash out uncontrollably like a zombie. Zombies Flakka, alphapyrrolidinopentiophenone (alpha-PVP), is a street drug coming to us from China and is being called bath salts on steroids, which is scary when remembering what happened with that face eating event down in Florida.  $3 to $5 a dose, flakka takes the form of crystals that can be snorted, injected, vaporized, or eaten, according to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, and it’s this ease of retrieval and use that is cause for concern....

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Vegas Water Conservation Ads Too Sexy

The southwest has certainly been hit hard this year with its lack of precipitation, except in rare apocalyptic cases, but a new ad campaign in the City of Sin has caused quite a stir. Making water conservation sexy, the Southern Nevada Water Authority this week unveiled a new campaign on television, radio, print and social media.  The theme: “There’s Nothing Sexier Than Saving Water.” That’s right: There’s Nothing Sexier Than Saving Water. The ads were developed by R&R Partners, the firm behind Vegas’ most famous tagline: “What Happens Here, Stays Here.” and they depict people adjusting watering clocks as members of the opposite...