A teenager in Australia took the game "Dead Rising" a little too far when he used a chainsaw to rob a convenience store. The cherry on top of this stupidity sundae is the fact that he wore a flower pot on his head like a helmet.
According to multiple sources, Rev. Michael Maginot of St. Stephen Martyr parish, the priest who performed real-life exorcisms on Indiana native Latoya Ammons and her family, has signed a deal with The Conjuring producer and Evergreen Media Holdings Executive Chairman Tony DeRosa-Grund, in order to bring his story to the big screen.
A man wearing a clown mask has been harassing pedestrians with a gun. There have been no reports of injuries or thefts, but all four incidents took place during a 30-minute time frame on January 28th.
Shigenori Goto unexpectedly caught one of the elusive creatures last week, measuring 13-feet long and weighing 350 pounds.
Approximately 10 miles of shoreline were covered in the icy blob, with mountains of ice reaching as high as 30 feet.
According to the official report, it is "not possible to trace the object or determine the likely cause of the sighting."
The woman noticed the four-foot-long python hiding out in the coils of the couch last weekend, which finally emerged and soon thereafter died.
Two weeks ago, American Horror Story: Coven introduced a new villain into a season filled with villains (or, at best, anti-heroes). The Axeman. Like Delphine Lalaurie and Marie Laveau, the Axeman is based on a real serial killer that haunted New Orleans early in the century.
A few months ago, we told you about the real-life woman, Madame Lalaurie, on whom Kathy Bates’s role in American Horror Story: Coven is based. But she isn’t the only specter of the past. In the show, her mortal enemy, Marie Laveau, was also based on a very famous New Orleans legend.
In the heart of Beijing, among modern homes and apartment buildings, sits an abandoned Baroque-style mansion, over a century old. No one has lived here for decades, except for ghosts - or so local legend says.