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Malaysian Cops Heard About A Freakish Creature On The Loose – And This Is What They Discovered

Was it a natural-born mutant or the unearthly creation of genetic engineers? Or was it something else entirely? In October 2017 startling images of a bizarre and apparently never-before-seen animal emerged on the internet in Malaysia, prompting police to launch an investigation. Malaysia is, it’s worth noting, notorious as a hub for wildlife trafficking. Endangered …

When A Gunman Opened Fire In A School Cafeteria, One Teacher Didn’t Spare A Thought For Her Safety

It’s a September morning in Illinois, and the Mattoon High School cafeteria is starting to fill with students enjoying an early lunch. Suddenly, shots ring out, and this everyday scene turns into a nightmare of terrifying proportions. Then, one teacher steps into the fray, her mind focused only on stopping the carnage before it begins. …

25 Years After This Teen Disappeared, Tweets Have Appeared To Suggest She’s Speaking To The Public

It’s a September afternoon in Washington, and teenager Misty Copsey has seemingly caught the Twitter bug. As any girl her apparent age might do, she shares photographs of her life, showing off childhood haunts and snaps of her best friend – or so it seems. You see, Misty isn’t a normal social media-savvy teen; in …

In 1967 Stalin’s Daughter Defected To America. But 17 Years On She Had A Surprising Change Of Heart

Svetlana Iosifovna Stalina was born in February 1926, the only daughter of Russia’s communist dictator, Joseph Stalin. Her mother was Stalin’s second wife Nadezhda Alliluyeva, and Svetlana was their first child. Svetlana had a half-brother, Yakov, from Stalin’s first marriage, and a younger brother Vasiliy. Svetlana had a highly troubled life. Her woes started at …