real people news

Failed Russian Missle Launch Causes UFO Scare in Norway

At 2AM on Wednesday, citizens of Norway were treated to this brilliant spinning light show in the sky, which understandably freaked a good many people out. As it turns out, the illumination was most likely created from a failed Russian test missile. Of course, if there's a single grain of uncertainty in language about a strange happening, you better believe the nuts are jumping all over it.

Creepy Bleeding Billboard in NZ

In an attempt to lower the number of fatal traffic accidents, a safe driving campaign in New Zealand erected a billboard of a child's face that bleeds when it rains. Supposedly, it has been successful in reducing the death toll but there's no word on how many accidents have been caused by people driving past and gawking at the freaky possessed billboard.

Doctors Remove Twin Brother From Man's Stomach

I’ve made a lot of stupid mistakes in my life but I’d like to think that I could tell the difference between an in-grown hair and undeveloped identical twin embedded in my stomach. Then again I prey to god I never have the opportunity to make that mistake. Unfortunately for 30 year old Gavin Hyatt his doctors had just such an opportunity when he went into the hospital to have a strange growth on his abdomen removed.

Cannibal Eats Brother for 6 Months

It's one thing to kill your brother, it's another thing to eat his body to try and cover up your crime, and yet another to make the whole ordeal last for 6 months. Does human even stay good for that long?

Two cannibals have been feasting on the remains of their brother for the last six months in an effort to hide his murder, it was revealed today.

The brothers, identified only as 28-year-old Timur and 23-year-old Marat admitted killing their older brother Rafis and then eating him, in the central Russian city of Perm.

This Video Will Give You Chills

Every now and then I run across something so great in my daily search for "Real People News" that it deserves its own page right here on the site. Today is one of those days.

Cranston police have arrested an alleged cyberstalker.

Ann Bruno, a local costume shop owner, is accused of using a computer to harass a competitor.

NBC 10s Jim Taricani attempted to question her about it in what turned out to be an unusual interview.

Around the Web

Syndicate content

What's New?

In which we try to make sense of "Return to Nukem High: Volume 1"...

Podcast

This week we discuss The Cure in movie form...

Podcast

Latest Reviews

Search

Around The Web