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Man Arrested Walking Around With Father’s Decapitated Head and a Knife


A man has been arrested after being found with his father’s decapitated head in one hand and the knife that was presumably used to remove it in the other, police near the Lyon suburb of Saint-Priest say.


The horrific incident happened began when police found the father’s body in a parking lot over the weekend. Locals had reported witnessing a heated debate among the family members and the son chasing his father around with a large knife.


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"My child, you have come to me my son. For who now is your father if it is not me? I am the well spring, from which you flow. When I am gone, you will have never been. What would your world be, without me? My son."




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What could a nuclear war do to the climate — and humanity?


A new study on “nuclear winter” estimates that as many as 5 billion people could die from starvation.  


The results were grim: a full-scale nuclear war between the US and Russia with their current number of warheads could lead to as much as 150 million tons of soot being injected into the atmosphere, thanks to massive fires ignited by the explosions. All that soot would quickly spread around the globe and block incoming sunlight, putting the equivalent of a shade over the planet and leading to drastic global cooling. In the cold and dark, crops would wither and die, as would the livestock that depend on them


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Man bought human body parts online, Cumberland County district attorney says


A man was purchasing human body parts online, according to the Cumberland County district attorney's office.


Jeremy Pauley, 40, was arrested Thursday and is charged with abuse of a corpse, receiving stolen property and dealing in the proceeds of unlawful activities.




East Pennsboro Township police received a complaint on June 14 about possible human body parts being sold online.


On or around July 8, police were called to Pauley's former home on North Enola Drive by a caller who reported finding possible human remains inside several buckets in the basement.


The district attorney's office said that after police conducted a search warrant and seized the buckets, a forensic pathologist confirmed the remains were human body parts. According to a criminal complaint, those parts included brains, a heart, kidney, spleen, livers, lungs and skin.


Pauley purchased the remains through Facebook Messenger, according to investigators.


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What a looker.

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17 hours ago, CousinsCowgirl84 said:

Looks like he was trying to make his own Frankenstein 

And at only 40 years of age, he can be considered "successful" in that endeavor.    

(Oh, did you mean the body parts thing?)  :ols:




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The Orca Uprising is upon us...



There is no record of an orca killing a human in the wild. Still, two boats were reportedly sunk by orcas off the coast of Portugal last month, in the worst such encounter since authorities have tracked them.


Killer whales are 'attacking' sailboats near Europe's coast. Scientists don't know why https://www.npr.org/2022/08/20/1117993583/orcas-attacks-spain-portugal-killer-whales?sc=18&f=1117993583

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Link isn't working for me.  BTW, I don't like Okra, but Orca are dicks.


To everyone except us, they run the ocean, don't want to see them turn on us that wouldn't be fun...


Here's link from web page, first was from the NPR app:



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One-year-old girl is killed by 4in HAIL STONE as horror storm in Spain leaves 30 people with injuries including broken bones


A one-year-old girl has died after being hit by a huge four-inch hail stone during a horror storm in Spain, as the country faces its latest bout of extreme weather.


The toddler was one of 30 people hurt after receiving direct impacts from hail stones in and around the Catalan town of La Bisbal de l'Emporda.


She was rushed to Josep Trueta Hospital in Girona on Tuesday afternoon but died early Wednesday morning as a result of severe head trauma.


A woman remained in the same hospital on Wednesday because of the injuries she suffered in the devastating hailstorm.


Most of the other 28 people who needed medical treatment are said to have suffered head injuries or cuts from the ice that needed stitches as well as broken bones.




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California plagued with ‘mini-shark’ bugs that eat feet


Southern California has been plagued with tiny, aggressive sea bugs that eat human feet. Now, scientists finally identified the hungry culprit that has left many beachgoers in pain. 


Scientists identified the bugs as water-line isopods officially known as Excircolana Chiltoni. Nicknamed “mini sharks,” these tiny crustaceans can grow to about 0.3 inches (0.8 centimeters) long and can form swarms of more than 1,000 bugs, according to Washington’s Walla Walla University. 


The isopods tend to live in the shallow waters of the Pacific Ocean. They seasonally migrate up and down the coast in search of food. 


The “mini shark” tends to go after human feet, biting into flesh and sucking blood. Like the animal itself, its bites tend to be small. However, individuals bitten by the crustacean can experience sharp pain. 


“People attacked by the isopods describe the bite as being ‘painful’ and ‘surprising,’ noting how the bugs looked like a group of tiny piranhas had attacked their feet and ankles. Those attacked noted that the pain faded after 15 to 20 minutes,” reported Fox News. 


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Young Mother Decapitated in Street ‘With a Sword’ Outside Home in Bay Area


A man has been arrested after a 25-year-old woman was decapitated on the street in front of witnesses outside her house in the Bay Area. Police would not confirm the details of Thursday morning’s killing but ABC News said it had obtained law-enforcement records saying that the woman’s head was cut off with a sword. 


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'Black alien' posts snap of 'leg chopped off' as he hints at next extreme procedure


An extreme body modification fan has just hinted his next procedure.


Anthony Loffredo, famously known as The Black Alien Project, is on a quest to achieve an extra-terrestrial image.


The Frenchman has inked his eyeball and covered himself head-to-toe in tattoos with various implants.




Now Anthony, who also has a split tongue, has left fans speculating his future plans.


In a Instagram post to his 1.3million followers, he shared an image of two legs, with one chopped in half.


His caption read: "I will be ready one day. Black Alien Project Evolution 45%. Black Alien Project Re-evolution 6%."




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Huge 7.6 magnitude earthquake strikes Papua New Guinea cracking roads, wrecking shops – and shaking parts of Australia


An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.6 has struck Papua New Guinea causing widespread panic.


The earthquake hit on Sunday with locals reporting power outages and damaged infrastructure including major buildings, homes, and roads.


There have not been any reports of casualties and authorities are yet to officially confirm property damage.




The European Mediterranean Seismological Centre said the earthquake was detected at a depth of 80km in the Eastern New Guinea region.


The US Geological Survey, a tsunami warning system, issued an alert after the quake but it later said the threat had passed.


However, it did say there could still be 'minor sea level fluctuations in some coastal areas'. 


The Bureau of Meteorology said there is no immediate tsunami threat to Australia.


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Inferno engulfs huge skyscraper with terrified victims 'trapped inside'


A huge fire broke out in a skyscraper in China this afternoon (September 16).


The blaze, in the central city of Changsha, saw the skyscraper engulfed in flames and smoke.


Videos posted to social media show the charred outside of the 200m building, with smoke billowing out of the colossal tower's many storeys.


"Thick smoke is spewing from the site, and several dozen floors are burning ferociously," state broadcaster CCTV reported at the time.




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Millions told to evacuate as Typhoon Nanmadol heads for Japan


About two million people in southwestern Japan have been ordered to evacuate ahead of a powerful typhoon forecast to hit the region on Sunday, according to public broadcaster NHK-World Japan.


Unprecedented storms and rainfall could strike Japan's southwest island of Kyushu, the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) warned on Sunday, calling the typhoon "large and very strong."

"In Kagoshima Prefecture, there is a risk of storms, high waves and storm surges like never experienced before," the JMA wrote, adding that it could cause a "large-scale disaster."


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Tsunami warnings issued after 6.9-magnitude earthquake hits Taiwan


A 6.9-magnitude earthquake hit southeastern Taiwan on Sunday, causing buildings to collapse and triggering tsunami warnings.


The quake hit the Chishang township in rural southeastern Taiwan and had a depth of 10 kilometers.

Japan's Meteorological Agency issued a tsunami warning for Miyako island in the East China Sea, but the agency later removed the warning. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) had also warned of tsunami waves along nearby coastlines.

Photos showed collapsed buildings in southern Taiwan following the powerful earthquake. The USGS initially registered it at 7.2, before downgrading it to 6.9.


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Strong earthquake shakes Mexico


A magnitude 7.6 earthquake shook Mexico’s central Pacific coast on Monday, setting off an earthquake alarm in the capital.


There were no immediate reports of damage from the quake that hit at 1:05 p.m. local time, according to the U.S. Geologic Survey, which had initially put the magnitude at 7.5.


It said the quake was centered 37 kilometers (23 miles) southeast of Aquila near the boundary of Colima and Michoacan states and at a depth of 15.1 kilometers (9.4 miles).


Alarms for the new quake came less than an hour after quake alarms warbled in a nationwide earthquake simulation marking major quakes that struck on the same date in 1985 and 2017.


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20-Year-Old Woman Falls From Roof While Being Attacked By Monkeys, Is Impaled By Steel Rod


In a freak accident, a woman fell over 20 feet from a roof in India and was impaled by a steel rod.


It happened when the woman named Khatija was being attacking by a band of monkeys. As she desperately tried to fight them off, she lost her balance and fell onto a bar-lined boundary wall.


The 20-year-old victim was horribly injured as the rod went straight through her stomach and out her back.


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Dismembered body of woman found in suitcases after 'foul smell' reported at apartment


The dismembered body of a 22-year-old woman was found in two suitcases at an apartment in New York City this week.


Police were called to the scene of the incident at 315 Linwood Street in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn, at around 1.30pm on Wednesday after neighbours complained about a foul smell coming from the flat.


Other residents had told the building's security officers that the woman who lived at the flat had not been seen for nearly a week, police said.


When a security guard went to the apartment on the 6th floor and tried to enter for a welfare check, he was turned away at the door by the woman's 23-year-old boyfriend and another man, police added.


The guard then went downstairs to call the emergency services, but before cops arrived the boyfriend and the other man left the building with what looked like a suspected bag of evidence, reports ABC.


The security guard then went back upstairs and discovered two suitcases with the victim's remains in a bathroom alongside a meat cleaver, police officers said.


Cops added that a "large amount of blood" was found at the scene.


Neighbours told the New York Police Department that the woman had been abused by her boyfriend and had an order of protection against him.


Cops are now hunting the suspect and the investigation is ongoing.


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Montana woman ignites fury after posting photos of shot and skinned husky dog


A western Montana woman’s post is going viral on Facebook after she claims she shot, killed, and skinned a wolf pup in Flathead County. According to Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks, the animal she hunted wasn’t a wolf, but a dog.


The woman took to social media, claiming she “smoked” a wolf pup with pictures to prove it, including one of the shot and skinned animal.


However, there was one big, glaring problem with the post.


“We’ve determined that it wasn’t a wolf,” said Greg Lemon, Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Park's communication and education division administrator.




MTN is refraining from showing those photos in the post and identifying the woman, who has not been charged with anything related to the incident. MTN reached out to the woman on social media but did not immediately get a response.


According to Lemon, the woman actually shot a dog near Martin City outside of Kalispell.


“It’s always important to be certain of the animal you’re going to harvest,” Lemon said.


Great Falls native Rebecca Harding couldn’t agree more.


“It’s like, how could you ever mistake a husky like that for a wolf,” said Harding.


She owns four huskies of her own and loves the breed so much, she even dedicated a Facebook page to them.


“She’s poaching. She’s hurting our hunting community by posting that she went out looking for one specific animal and shooting a different one,” Harding said.


The sheriff’s department has identified the woman and FWP is now investigating whether she had the proper hunting license.


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TV Garden Experts Killed and Fed to Crocodiles in Rare Seeds Dispute, Court Hears


An elderly couple searching South African brush land for rare seeds to sell online were kidnapped, robbed, murdered and fed to crocodiles in 2018, a court in South Africa was told on Tuesday, according to local media reports.


Rod Saunders, 74, and his wife Rachel Saunders, 63, had just posed for a selfie with BBC presenter Nick Baily after filming a segment for the BBC TV show Gardeners’ World, in which they sought out rare Gladioli flower seeds in the Drakensberg Mountain area, before they met their disastrous fate.


Mr. Saunders, a horticulturist, and Mrs. Saunders, a microbiologist, bid the television crew farewell in early February 2018 and set off to camp at a nearby dam. They told the crew they were off to harvest rare seeds to replenish the inventory of the Silverhill Seed shop they ran as an online store from Cape Town—and which could serve as the motive as locals in the area apparently complained about the removal of rare seeds for commercial gain.


On Feb. 10, just two days after the BBC crew last saw them, local police received a request for ransom. Three days later, police discovered that someone was using their ATM cards in the Kwa-Zulu Natal national park area.


On Feb. 15, Sayefundeen Aslam Del Vecchio, 39, and his wife Bibi Fatima Patel, 28, were arrested after cellphones used by the couple were traced to their residence.


The two were charged with the couple’s kidnapping and murder, and face life in prison if found guilty. “It was established on Feb. 13 that the defendants were drawing money from various ATMs which amounted to theft of $42,000 and there was the robbery of their Land Cruiser and of camping equipment,” a court was told Tuesday. “It is alleged that between Feb. 10 and 15 at the Ngoye Forest the accused did unlawfully and intentionally kill Rachel Saunders and between the same dates did unlawfully and intentionally kill Rodney Sanders.”


A third suspect, Mussa Ahmad Jackson, was also arrested but was released after cooperating with the authorities, telling them that the couple accused of the murder had complained that the foreigners were stealing seeds.


The remains of the couple, still entwined in what was left of their sleeping bags, were recovered by fishermen on Feb. 14 and 17 in the river, but due to the mutilation by crocodiles—and the frequency bodies are found in the river—they were not immediately linked to the missing botanists. Local fishermen reported that remnants of the sleeping bags, including zippers, were seen in the teeth of crocodiles months after the bodies were retrieved from the dangerous waters.


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