240 lb “River Monster” Has Been Lurking Our Waters Since 1920

Biologists have discovered an extremely rare “river monster” in the Detroit River. They believe the creature has been lurking in the water since 1920. A three-person crew from the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office in Alpena, Michigan, caught the creature during their annual study of the river’s sturgeon fish population. “It was the biggest fish our team has ever seen,” Jason Fischer, one of the biologists that caught the sturgeon, said in the statement. “This fish took all three of us to get it onto our boat.” The massive 6-foot,…

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Couple Moves Into Europe’s First 3D Printed House

A Dutch couple has moved into the first fully 3D-printed house in Europe. 70-year-old Elize Lutz and 67-year-old Harrie Dekker are renting the 94-square meter, two bedroom bungalow in Eindhoven for $960 a month. The house looks like a big boulder with windows. It was printed at a local factory. “It’s a form that’s unusual, and when I saw it for the first time, it reminds me of something you knew when you were young,” Elize said. “It is beautiful,” she added.   The 3D-printed houses can be built in…

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Mystery of 13 Human Feet Washing Ashore Finally Solved

The strange mystery of human feet washing up on the U.S. shore has finally been solved after years of unanswered questions. Since August 2007, beachgoers have discovered multiple severed feet washed up on the shore of the Salish Sea, many of them still in a sock or in a shoe. The first two feet, which are believed to be the from the same corpse, were discovered by a little girl within a week of each other. At the time, coroner Rose Stanton told CBC News, “Both feet were decomposing, but…

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Teen Follows Women Home and Stabs Them to Death at Random

A Florida man was arrested for allegedly following two women home, breaking into their house and stabbing them both to death early Monday morning. Largo Police officers responded to a 911 call on 8th Avenue NW near 10th Street NW just before 2 a.m. Monday. Officers found two female victims dead on the floor of the residence. The victims were not identified. Largo Police said a man followed the two women home after seeing them in public. He allegedly crawled in through a window while they were sleeping early Monday…

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Teenager Accidentally Moves Into Retirement Home

An Oklahoma teen accidentally moved herself into a retirement community after trying to establish a fresh start in Arkansas.  A video showing her hilarious mistake recently went viral on TikTok with over 3.4 million views currently. 19-year-old Norma Madison Kohout — who goes by Madi Ann on TikTok — told the story to her followers, writing: “Me getting ready to move to an apartment out of state that I’ve never seen in person. And I realize I just moved myself into a retirement home.” The video shows the girl doing…

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Josh Duggar Charged With Child Sexual Abuse Images

Josh Duggar, a former reality TV star of TLC’s 19 Kids and Counting who previously faced allegations that he molested underage girls as a teenager, was charged Friday with receiving and possessing child sexual abuse materials. Duggar allegedly downloaded child sexual abuse images online and had in his possession material depicting sexual abuse of minors under age 12 two years ago, prosecutors said. He pleaded not guilty on both counts. His attorney Travis Story did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Duggar faces up to 20 years in…

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Clinical Psychologist Thinks Chris Watts Is Innocent

Chris Watts In Court

As revealed in the preview for a new show about Chris Watts, a clinical psychologist thinks the killer is actually innocent. Watts is currently serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole after he admitted to the brutal 2018 murders of his 15-week pregnant wife, 34-year-old Shanann, and their two daughters, 4-year-old Bella 3-year-old Celeste. In 2020, the story became the subject of the popular Netflix documentary American Murder: The Family Next Door. Now, a new documentary called Cellmate Secrets: Chris Watts will examine his life in prison. It…

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Dog Race Winner Disqualified After Testing Positive for Meth

Greyhound Race

A New Zealand greyhound trainer has been disqualified from racing after her winning dog tested positive for meth. Zipping Sarah finished in first place at Christchurch’s Addington Raceway in November 2020. Her trainer, Angela Helen Turnwald, earned a $4,000 stake for her trainer Angela Helen Turnwald, according to the New Zealand Herald. However, the prize money was withheld after a post-race urine test revealed methamphetamine and amphetamine in the dog’s system. “The level of amphetamine (as it metabolized from methamphetamine) in the sample was particularly large,” said Warwick Gendall, panel…

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Family Made $1 Million from Selling Covid “Cure” That Was Actually Just Bleach

Bottles Of Bleach

A Florida family is facing charges after selling at least 28,000 bottles of bleach that they marketed as a cure for COVID-19. The family profited over $1 million over the last year from their scam, according to reports. As NBC News reported, Mark Grenon and his sons Jonathan, Jordan, and Joseph Grenon were accused of fraud and violating civil court orders instructing them to stop selling the “cure,” which they promoted as “Miracle Mineral Solution,” or “MMS.” Documents filed in federal court in the state’s southern district said that during…

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Salon Owner Arrested After Two Clients Contract HIV from “Vampire Facials”

59-year-old Maria Ramos de Ruiz, former owner of VIP Beauty Salon and Spa, has been formally charged this week. The New Mexico Attorney General’s office officially announced the indictment. A statement from the state’s attorney general says an investigation into Ramos de Ruiz began in 2019 after “at least two of the salon’s clients contracted HIV” after receiving a “vampire facial,” which removes and re-inserts a client’s own blood into their face — with micro-needling. The process is supposed to refresh the skin. “The New Mexico Department of Health in…

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