BLAINE GIBSON, a US plane hunter, has received death threats warning the investigator he will be killed if he continues his search for clues about the shock disappearance of missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
A Pakistani politician, Minister of Health and Information, Shoukat Yousufzai, participated in a livestreamed press conference on Facebook using the cat filter over his face for several minutes without noticing.
reports that Yousufzai had pink and black cat ears, a kitty nose, and whiskers over his face while he talked about matters of state. Yousufzai's party later released an apology after discovering that the politician's face was somewhat obscured by the cat filter.
"Yesterday, whilst covering a press briefing held by KP's Information Minister Shoukat Yousf Zai, a ‘cat filter' was witnessed by the viewers which was removed within few minutes."
MH370 pilot captain Zaharie Shah was hiding a secret mistress and he used the plane’s disappearance to escape his former life, according to outrageous claims made by a source inside the airline industry.
Scotland's hopes of reaching the last 16 at their maiden women's World Cup were dented by defeat to England in their opener but they have responded by bringing out their secret weapon for their next game against Japan - rubber chickens.
Ari "Sperminator" Nagel is at it again. The 43-year-old CUNY math professor has donated his sperm to yet another woman, making her his 50th baby mother, according to a report from .
Since last Father's Day, Nagel has fathered 15 children, bringing his total to 48. His latest recipient, Kaienja Garrick, is currently living in the East River Family Center, a shelter that offers a shared kitchen and bathroom to its occupants, and she is expected to give birth to a baby girl on July 12.
"I think it's a nice shelter. It's probably nicer than my apartment," Nagel told The NY Post. "I never asked her age — I try to help whoever asks. I think Kai is more mature than I was at her age after everything she has been through."
Bigfoot, sometimes called "Sasquatch," is a giant, shaggy creature who walks upright like a human being but looks like a huge gorilla. Sightings of the creature, usually occurring in wooded areas of the Pacific Northwest, have been reported as far back as the 1950s. Yet, they really took off following the 1967 appearance of a brief, 8mm film clip that purportedly showed, as describes, a "dark, man-sized and man-shaped figure striding through a clearing." The film remains the "best evidence" that Bigfoot actually exists but is also widely believed to be a hoax.
Hoax or not, what has been little-known about Bigfoot until now is that the Federal Bureau of Investigation found the Bigfoot question worth investigating, at least to some extent. On Wednesday, the FBI finally confirmed 43 years after the fact, that it had indeed looked into the question of Bigfoot's existence, releasing a 22-page cache of documents related to the Bigfoot probe, as reported.
The owners of a Noah's Ark replica in Kentucky are taking their insurer to court, claiming that the agency failed to offer flood damage.
The replica ark is part of an attraction called Ark Encounter, which features a 510-foot wooden ship made to replicate one from the Old Testament story about God telling a man named Noah to build an ark and fill it with two of every animal. A private-access road behind the Ark was damaged from heavy rains in the area resulting in $1 million in damages, reported.
The owners are now suing the company, claiming only a small portion of the insurance monies were paid out. The 77-page lawsuit has been filed in U.S. District Court, with Ark Encounter seeking compensatory and punitive damages.
A representative from Ark Encounter said the damage, "in no way affected any of the activities at the Ark Encounter, which remains open and visited by large crowds daily."