Weird News

Pregnant Woman Pregnant Again | A Rare Superfetation Case

A son conceived 2 ½ weeks after a daughter Todd and Julia Grovenburg of Arkansas are expecting new additions to their family. However, unlike the vast majority of expectant mothers with two kids on the way, Julia Grovenburg isn’t going to have twins, and the children aren’t going to be at least nine months apart.
The child's doctors? (Photo: understory.ran.org)

Dead Baby Found Alive | ¿Milagro o Farca?

Miracle or farce? How is it that a country that is the world’s third largest exporter of chalk boards and a significant beef exporter make such a mistake? Are their doctors working with Fisher Price tools? How can a dead baby be found alive… during the child’s funeral? That’s right: premature baby declared dead wakes
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75 1/2 Bedford St. in Greenwich Village a Hot Property

75 1/2 Bedford St. in Greenwich Village carries a hefty price tag Only in New York City would a 9-and-a-half-foot-wide house go for $2.7 million. That’s exactly what’s happening, though, as the house at 75 1/2 Bedford St. in Greenwich Village is on the market. It’s the skinniest house in New York City, and though
File photo of the character Sgt. Schultz from “Hogan's Heroes.”

Internet land rush may lead to .nazi, .gay and .god domains

The masses have pushed the .com domain name to the limit. Now the Internet domain name system devised by the the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is preparing for some competition from a battery of subject-specific domains like .love, .god, .gay and .nazi. These and other colorful domain names may be headed
An M4 carbine rifle (left) versus baby nail clippers.

TSA confiscates nail clippers from gun-toting soldier

Red State reports the story of a company of gun-toting soldiers who recently returned to the United States after a tour of Afghanistan. Despite the fact that U.S. Customs had already inspected the solders’ possessions and separated them from their ammo before putting them on the flight out of Afghanistan – and the soldiers hadn’t
Flying saucer

New York UFO sightings were likely balloons

Reports are beginning to emerge of a New York UFO sighting. It seems that some unidentified objects appeared over New York City on Wednesday. Almost immediately, New Yorkers took to Twitter and began tweeting about the UFO in New York City skies. Balloons can be mistaken easily for flying saucers, if seen at the right
Watch out, cubs! You may not be getting or giving what you bargained for. (Photo: stayawayfromtools.blogspot.com)

Miss Cougar USA | Wanting Dates, Needing Internet Loans

Cougars seek love online and off, use internet loans Relationships are a tricky business. Whether we meet people out and about or online (in between searching for internet loans), we all have a social side of ourselves that is longing to connect with others. When it comes to companionship, we tend to seek out those
Logo for Permian High School in Odessa, Texas. Apparently they don't teach the differences between 16- and 22-year-olds in health class, if Guerdwich Montimere's ruse is any indication.

Guerdwich Montimere, 22, nabbed for posing as high schooler

Guerdwich Montimere clearly subscribes to the notion that high school represents “the best days of our lives.” The 22-year-old graduated from Dillard High School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., in 2007. A basketball star, he helped lead his team to the state semifinal before going on to a brief playing career at an Illinois junior college.
Rosemary Port

Rosemary Port Files $15 Million Lawsuit Against Google

Rosemary Port says her privacy was violated Rosemary Port, the blogger behind “Skanks in NYC,” is suing the biggest company in the world. OK, so I don’t really know if Google is the biggest company in the world, but I am assuming it is. In any case, Google revealed Rosemary Port’s identity last week after

Bikini-Clad Morgan Haley Arrested For Carjacking, Assault

Hot time, summer in the city It takes enterprise to make it in the world today. With such a tight economy, whatever you can bring to the table that sets you apart from the competition is necessary. People are more hesitant than ever to fork over their money freely, and as it is there are
Spot Fish

Millions of dead fish join dead birds phenomenon

Two incidents of large numbers of dead fish have been reported in the last week. One incident was reported in Arkansas about the same time as hundreds of dead birds fell from the sky, and another massive fish die-off has been reported in Maryland. Massive numbers of dead fish washing ashore Two recent incidents of
Hoboken Mayor Peter Cammarano (Photo: thehobokenjournal.blogspot.com)

Hoboken Mayor Peter Cammarano and Rabbis Arrested

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before… A mayor and some rabbis walk into a bar. They launder lots of money on an international scale while they’re there, so they are arrested. That’s exactly what happened to Peter Cammarano and the rabbis arrested in a huge money laundering scheme that the New York Daily
Going face-to-face with an excited alligator snapping turtle is never a good idea. Here we see its mouth open wide and ready to snap down with 1,500 psi of force.

So an alligator snapping turtle walks into a Chinese lake…

It may sound like a bad joke is coming, but in reality, an alligator snapping turtle was found in Weishan Lake in southern China’s Anhui province, writes Gather. That’s far outside their normal habitat, which various sources attribute to being the freshwater lakes of the southeastern United States. Gather speculates that the turtle may have
File photo of Sen. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) Someone is waving a pocket watch in front of her, hypnotically.

Chris Matthews to Michele Bachmann: Are you hypnotized?

Election 2010 has come to a close, and as expected, there was a Republican resurgence in the House of Representatives, capped by Minority Leader Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) wresting Speaker of the House honors from Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) One memorable and unexpected moment was Chris Matthews’ MSNBC interview with victorious incumbent Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.), writes
A visitor to Massachusetts' Plum Island watching the early morning sun rise over the dunes. He's wearing a T-shirt on his head that makes him look like Yassir Arafat. By the way, the Montauk Monster is sneaking up behind him.

Plum Island | Want to buy a former animal disease center?

Plum Island is a part of Southold, New York in Gardiners Bay, off the eastern end of the North Fork coast of Long Island. Since the beginning of the Cold War, the island has been the site of a military base and an animal disease center that shall forever be known as “Lab 257.” When Lab 257
Mock cover of a children's book entitled “My First Cavity Search.” A young child is being approached by airport security officials. The officials are wearing inspection gloves.

TSA official pats down distraught 3-year-old girl

Airport security post-9/11 has been a tedious process for all involved, from passengers to screeners. Sometimes the tedium crosses the line into invasion of personal space. Hot Air reports that a TSA official in Chattanooga, Tenn., showed that she could perhaps use some sensitivity training after a recent episode with a cranky child. Captured on