Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Dog blown away says "Dorothy"

WATERFORD TOWNSHIP, Mich. - A six-pound Chihuahua has been reunited with her owners after a 70-mph gust of wind picked the puppy up and tossed her out of sight.

Dorothy and Lavern Utley credit a pet psychic for guiding them on Monday to a wooded area nearly a mile from where 8-month-old Tinker Bell had been last seen. The brown long-haired dog was dirty and hungry but otherwise OK.

The Utleys, of Rochester, had set up an outdoor display Saturday at a flea market in Waterford Township, 25 miles northwest of Detroit.

Tinker Bell was standing on their platform trailer when she was swept away.

Dorothy Utley tells The Detroit News that her cherished pet "just went wild" upon seeing her.

Friday, April 24, 2009

This will make your head spin!

Man Dies After Being Shot 30 Times With Nail Gun

Friday , April 24, 2009

A shocking X-ray shows how a man died with up to 30 nails fired into his skull by a high-powered nail gun.

Sydney, Australia, homicide squad detectives have released the graphic image as they make a fresh appeal for information about Chen Liu's murder.

The decomposed body of the 27-year-old, also known as Anthony Liu, was found dumped in the Georges River last November, wrapped in a domestic rug.

He was bound with electrical wires and an extension cord and the carpet was neatly folded with each end tucked in and then bound with three strips of wire.

Officers with Strike Force Renfree, formed to investigate the murder, have revealed they believe he was shot dead elsewhere and driven to the river in his own blue 2005 Range Rover Sport 4WD.

Detective Inspector Mark Newham said yesterday that post-mortem examination results had showed Liu was shot repeatedly in the head up to 30 times with a high-powered nail gun.

"Similar types of nail guns can fire nails up to 85mm long," Insp Newham said.

Detectives said the nail gun used in the murder was a standard cordless, framing, gas-charged gun, widely available for sale and hire.

Man drinks 8 bottles of VODKA and LIVES!

A Russian man has miraculously survived drinking eight bottles of vodka. The percentage of alcohol in his blood was at least twice the lethal dose.

Pavel Kondratyev, 39, was found unconscious in the street of Yekaterinburg city in Russia’s Ural Mountains and taken to hospital, Life.ru website reports Friday. The doctors suspected a head trauma, but the test proved different.

The man’s blood tests showed that he had drunk at least four liters, or eight bottles of vodka.

“When we took his blood, we were just amazed,” Stanislav Chursin, one of the doctors at the hospital, told the website.

“By most moderate estimates, he exceeded the lethal dose at least two times! That makes it, like, eight bottles of vodka,” Chursin said.

The doctor added that it must have been the man’s bulk that saved him – the alcohol hero is two meters’ tall and weighs over 100 kilos.

At present Kondratyev is in hospital, recovering from intoxication. He cannot remember where he was drinking, with whom or what the reason for the drinking party celebration was.

Russians have a reputation for being heavy drinkers. Earlier in April, a four-month-old baby died in a Siberian town after being poisoned by the alcohol-loaded milk of his drunken mother.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Miss. woman gets shot in head, but makes tea

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – A Mississippi woman who was shot in the head not only survived but made herself tea and offered an astonished deputy something to drink, authorities said Friday. Tammy Sexton, 47, remained hospitalized three days after being wounded by her husband, who killed himself after he shot his wife. A bullet struck her squarely in the forehead, passed through her skull and exited through the back of her head, authorities said. She is expected to fully recover.

"There's no way she should be alive other than a miracle from God," said Sheriff Mike Byrd of Jackson County, Miss.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Couple beat each up over the violence on the news

METRO VANCOUVER — They were fighting about the news — and now they are the news.

Police were called to a home in Surrey on Thursday night to break up a fight between a married couple who were scrapping over the evening newscast.

"The violence on the news was disconcerting to the woman," Surrey RCMP Sgt. Roger Morrow explained.

The husband slapped his wife twice across the back of her head and she replied by smashing him over the head with a jar. Police hauled the husband away. Apparently their three kids were fast asleep at the time.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Shot in Breast almost kills her-Saved by CASH

Woman Survives Gunshot to Chest; Had Money Stuffed in Her Bra

Bahia state, Brazil - 58-year-old Ivonete Pereira survived a gunshot to the chest because the bullet was stopped by a wad of money stuffed in her bra. She was attacked Saturday while taking a bus in the city of Salvador when two armed men held it up.

Pereira was on her way to Lauro de Freitas, where she has a summer home. She had stashed the money where she did because the region is notorious for bus holdups. The stray bullet that hit her was fired when police engaged one of the gunmen.

Although the cash absorbed just enough of the impact to save her life, the bullet still had to be removed at a hospital. The assailants escaped and the retired police sergeant involved in the shootout was killed.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Tree Growing in Mans' Lung

5 cm. fir tree removed from patient’s lung
13 Apr, 11:35 PM

A five-centimeter fir tree has been found in the lung of a man who complained he had a strong pain in his chest and was coughing blood.

The 28-year-old patient, Artyom Sidorkin, came to a hospital in the city of Izhevsk in Central Russia last week, Komsomolskaya Pravda daily reports.

Doctors x-rayed his chest and found a tumor in one of the lungs. Suspecting cancer, they made a decision to perform biopsy, but when they cut the tissue, they were amazed to see green needles in the cut.

“I blinked three times, and thought I was seeing things. Then I called the assistant to have a look,” says Vladimir Kamashev, doctor at the Udmurtian Cancer Center.

The five-centimeter branch was removed from the patient’s body.

“They told me my coughing blood was not caused by any disease,” Sidorkin says.

“It was the needles poking the capillaries. It really hurt a lot. But I never felt like I had an alien object inside of me.”

It is obvious that a five-centimeter branch is too large to be inhaled or swallowed, doctors say. They suggest that the patient might have inhaled a small bud, which then started to grow inside his body.

Meanwhile, the piece of lung with the little fir tree has been preserved for further study.

Tags: weird, health

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Do you eat at Dominos PIZZA? You won't after this video

Check out the filthiest Macdonald's in the WORLD!


Monday, April 6, 2009

Dog fell off boat in Ocean and found 4 MONTHS LATER.... ALIVE!

Dog overboard found four months later
Mon Apr 6, 4:21 am ET

SYDNEY (AFP) – A pet dog that fell overboard in rough seas off Australia has been reunited with its owners after surviving alone on an island for four months, reports said.

Sophie Tucker, apparently named after a late US entertainer, fell overboard as Jan Griffith and her family sailed through choppy waters off the northeast Queensland coast in November.

The dog was believed to have drowned and Griffith said the family was devastated.

But out of sight of the family, Sophie Tucker was swimming doggedly and finally made it to St Bees Island, five nautical miles away, and began the sort of life popularised by the TV reality show "Survivor."

She was returned to her family last week when Griffith contacted rangers who had captured a dog that had been living off feral goats on the largely uninhabited island, in the faint hope it might be their long-lost pet.

When the Griffiths met the rangers' boat bringing the dog to the mainland they found that it was indeed Sophie Tucker on board.

"We called the dog and she started whimpering and banging the cage and they let her out and she just about flattened us," Griffith told the national AAP news agency.

"She wriggled around like a mad thing."

Griffith said that when the dog was first spotted on the island she had been in poor condition.

"And then all of a sudden she started to look good and it was when the rangers had found baby goat carcasses so she'd started eating baby goats," she said.

Sophie Tucker, a member of the Australian cattle dog breed, had been quick to readjust to the comforts of home, complete with airconditioning, Griffiths said.

"She surprised us all. She was a house dog and look what she's done, she's swum over five nautical miles, she's managed to live off the land all on her own," Griffiths said.

"We wish she could talk, we truly do."

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Alien Child

About 60 to 70 years ago, an American girl living in Mexico allegedly discovered the skeletal remains of an adult and an apparently malformed child in a cave near her village. The girl collected both skulls and kept them for her entire life, until her recent death. Just prior to her death she passed the skulls to an unnamed American man, who kept them for five years. The skulls were then passed to an American couple, who possess them to this day.

Scientific testing has shown the skull is that of a male child who died approximately 900 years ago. His mother was human.

Despite criticism from established science, the skull has gathered great interest within the study of UFOs and extraterrestrial life. Some contend that it is the skull of a an alien, or a human/alien hybrid, based on the shape of the skull bearing similarities to the common representation of aliens as "Greys".[12]

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Baffled Police Find Dead Man Charred at his Computer

CHENNAI: A young software engineer working with Tata Consultancy Services was killed in a suspected computer blast at his home on Telugu Brahmin

Street in Velachery late on Friday. The incident took place when Vijayakumar (28), hailing from Madurai, was working on the computer.

Police said his charred body was found in a sitting posture. “We are yet to ascertain the cause of the blast. The computer was completely damaged and the deceased was charred,” a police officer told TOI. Vijayakumar was sharing the house with two other software engineers, Vignesh (26) and Ram Prasad (26). When the accident occurred Ram Prasad was in the room with Vijayakumar, police said.

“Ram Prasad had gone to take bath. He told us that suddenly he heard a blast and when he rushed out he saw the charred body of his friend and fainted,” the officer said. However, the case has baffled the investigating officers. “It sounds quite unbelievable. We have not heard of such a case before. But the scene of the accident seems to suggest that the youth was killed in an accident as his body was in the sitting position in front of the burnt computer,” the official added.

13 yr old Drives 1200 miles to Rodeo in TEXAS

Boy, 13, found after driving 2,100 km to a rodeo in Texas
Sat, April 4, 2009

JETERSVILLE, VA. -- A 13-year-old Virginia boy apparently loaded his family's pickup truck with food, clothes and his dog, hitched up a trailer with two horses in tow and drove 2,100 kilometres to Texas, police said.

The teen's parents found him safe yesterday.

Police are unsure why the boy ran away Wednesday from his Jetersville-area home.

He apparently was well- prepared, even bringing extra propane tanks along.

Wyatt McLaughlin was found about 2 p.m. yesterday on a rodeo grounds near Weatherford, Tex., where he had performed several times.

His parents looked for him there on a hunch, said Sgt. Tom Cunningham, a Virginia State Police spokesperson.

Surveillance video from a gas station in Mount Pleasant, Tex., appeared to show the boy pumping gas Thursday into his family's pickup truck.

The parents flew to Texas to view the video and believed the boy was their son.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Man coughs up nail that was in nose for 30 YEARS!

Going to the doctor doesn’t get any weirder than this. A man gets an MRI, but ends up getting a lot more than that.

For Prax Sanchez a trip to the doctor's office was never so unusual. Not for Prax, instead everyone around him. He had quite the story to tell.

"I never had any idea there was any metal in my face," said Sanchez

That's right. Metal in his face. Literally.

"To us, he's a medical miracle. It's amazing. We've never seen anything like this," said Cheryl Paterson, a medical receptionist at an Old Colorado City family clinic.

This time around, Prax didn't come for a check-up of his blood pressure like he usually does. Instead, to show his doc what happened to him a few weeks ago.

"When I went to lay down on the MRI machine, I had a real pain on my right side under my eye," said Sanchez.

What was about to come next, no one would ever expect.

After his MRI, Sanchez coughed up a nail that was stuck in his nose.

It was over an inch long. Doctors say it could have been up his nose for 30 years.

"Once it's in the nasal cavity like that, a little membrane forms around it and it becomes a foreign object."

Prax is just fine. Soon, he'll be back for a more normal check-up

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Man arrested for Drunk Driving-A Bar Stool

Cops Bust Stool Fool

Ohio man arrested for drunk driving on a homemade vehicle

MARCH 31--In a law enforcement first, Ohio cops this month arrested a man for drunk driving on a motorized bar stool. That's right, a motorized bar stool, which can be seen below in a police evidence photo. According to cops, Kile Wygle, 28, crashed his bar stool near his Newark home earlier this month and called 911 due to his injuries. When an officer arrived and asked Wygle what happened, he answered, "I wrecked my bar stool." According to a Newark Police Division report, a copy of which you'll find here, Wygle's homemade ride is powered by a Briggs & Stratton lawnmower engine. Wygle noted that the bar stool could hit nearly 40 miles per hour, but that he was only going 20 when he wiped out late in the afternoon on March 4 (a witness told police that he spotted someone driving a "strange motorized machine" before the crash). A plastered Wygle, who failed a series of field sobriety tests, was charged with DUI and driving with a suspended license, both misdemeanors. His bar stool was not impounded.