• South African Man Wakes Up Inside Morgue Fridge

    After being reported dead by his family, a 50-year-old South African man was shut in a morgue fridge Sunday in the small town of Libode in the rural Eastern Cape. But after a 21-hour slumber he suddenly came back to life.
  • South African Man Wakes Up Inside Morgue Fridge

    After being reported dead by his family, a 50-year-old South African man was shut in a morgue fridge Sunday in the small town of Libode in the rural Eastern Cape. But after a 21-hour slumber he suddenly came back to life.
  • Two suspended for "unspeakable behavior"

    French team mates Mehdi Baala and Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad have been provisionally suspended after trading blows in an extraordinary incident after the 1,500 meters at the Monaco Diamond League.
  • A man known only as John Doe shown in this Utah County Sheriffs Office photograph released to Reuters

    Mystery prisoner has authorities stumped

    A mystery man arrested on minor charges more than three weeks ago remains behind bars in Utah while law enforcement officials try to determine his true identity, which he refuses to reveal.
  • Planking is an Internet Sensation but Owling is the Rage Now (MOST POPULAR PLANKING AND OWLING PHOTOS)

    Planking has become an Internet sensation within a short period of time despite the fact that it's dangerous and it's facing a new threat now - Owling.
  • Planking is an Internet Sensation but Owling is the Rage Now (MOST POPULAR PLANKING AND OWLING PHOTOS)

    Planking has become an Internet sensation within a short period of time despite the fact that it's dangerous and it's facing a new threat now - Owling.
  • Planking 2.0: Owling is Now Trendy, and More Awkward [SLIDESHOW]

    Owling is now on the rise as the latest trend on Facebook. If it's not as thrilling as the popular Facebook fad, namely planking, what makes the new pose so trendy?
  • Planking 2.0: Owling is Now Trendy, and More Awkward [SLIDESHOW]

    Owling is now on the rise as the latest trend on Facebook. If it's not as thrilling as the popular Facebook fad, namely planking, what makes the new pose so trendy?
  • Zodiac Killer's Code and Identity Finally Cracked?

    Corey Starliper, a 27-year-old man from Massachusetts, is claiming that he not only cracked the Zodiac Killer's cryptic code that stumped authorities for 40 years, but also his real identity.
  • Moon

    Lions Likely to Eat Humans After Full Moon, Study Says

    Lions are predators that hunt most successfully in the dark, which surprises their prey. So it is prime hunting time when deep darkness falls after a full moon.
  • Moon

    STUDY: After Full Moon, Lions Likely to Eat Humans

    Now a study coming out of Africa is saying that lions are most likely to eat human beings following a full moon.
  • Rupert

    [PHOTOS] Rupert Murdoch Attacked

    Rupert Murdoch was attacked by a man with a pie during a parliamentary hearing on phone hacking at Porcullis House in London.
  • Cup-ing is the New Cone-ing?

    Bizarre fads such as cone-ing, planking, and owling are blazing the internet. Now videos are popping up on Youtube claiming that Cup-ing is the new cone-ing.
  • Cone-ing or Coning (However you want to spell it) is not cool anymore?

    But between planking and owling there was a brief trend of cone-ing (or coning) in June. This is the act of eating soft ice cream upside down at a fast food drive-through, videotaping the server's bewildered reaction, then posting it online for everyone to see.
  • Beat the summer heat with dog meat, South Korean cuisine (Photos)

    Beat the Summer Heat with Dog Meat, South Korean Cuisine (Photos)

    The consumption of dog meat has had a long history in South Korea as well as other Eastern Asian countries. South Koreans call their 3 hottest days of the year Boknal and traditionally go to picnics in the mountains and valleys. People beat the summer heat by dining on liquor and dog meat. Dog meat is a traditional cuisine. The meat is considered to possess qualities that help stamina and balance the body's heat during the summer months.
  • Beat the summer heat with dog meat, South Korean cuisine (Photos)

    Beat the Summer Heat with Dog Meat, South Korean Cuisine (Photos)

    The consumption of dog meat has had a long history in South Korea as well as other Eastern Asian countries. South Koreans call their 3 hottest days of the year Boknal and traditionally go to picnics in the mountains and valleys. People beat the summer heat by dining on liquor and dog meat. Dog meat is a traditional cuisine. The meat is considered to possess qualities that help stamina and balance the body's heat during the summer months.
  • Lorena Bobbitt

    Bizarre and Brutal Spouse Attacks in America that Made Headlines

    California woman Catherine Kieu Becker's penis attack on her husband is making headlines around the world.
  • Bizarre and Brutal Spouse Attacks in America that Made Headlines

    California woman Catherine Kieu Becker's penis attack on her husband is making headlines around the world.
  • “Railway Therapy” in Indonesia: Lie on the tracks

    “Railway Therapy” in Indonesia: Lie on the tracks (Photos)

    In Rawa Buaya, Indonesia's West Java province, people believe that the electrical energy from the railway tracks will cure them of various illnesses. The residents who need the railway therapy simply lie on the tracks.
  • “Railway Therapy” in Indonesia: Lie on the tracks

    “Railway Therapy” in Indonesia: Lie on the tracks (Photos)

    In Rawa Buaya, Indonesia's West Java province, people believe that the electrical energy from the railway tracks will cure them of various illnesses. The residents who need the railway therapy simply lie on the tracks.

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