Sunday, Sep 25, 2022 - 06:39:44
11 results - (0.003 seconds)

was then put:

latest news at page 1:
1
    PARENTS everywhere will know the struggle of thinking your child’s in bed for the night only for them to decide to climb into your bed instead. One woman has discovered the reason why her daughter refused to sleep in her own room, and it’s left some people advising her to send her child to a sleep specialist, while others have said she should call a priest to give her house an exorcism. 2The concerned mum shared her story TikTokCredit: TikTok/@not.cristinayang 2Viewers have been split on if it's some form of haunting or a symptom of a sleep disorderCredit: TikTok/@not.cristinayang The spooked mother shared her story to her TikTok account @not.cristinayang, where it’s racked up over four million views - terrifying many of those who have seen it. “There’s a reason my daughter sleeps in my bed at night,” begins the video, “and it’s not because I think it’s so fun to snuggle up with a toddler who kicks me in the stomach and face and screams at me and just slaps me in the face for funsies.” The mum then...
    A WOMAN has gone viral after her would-be Romeo flattered her with the sweetest texts only to then send something completely different the following day. Those who are not in a relationship know how frustrating the dating scene can be - there's the stressful first dates to consider, the awkward I Like Yous, not to mention the chances of getting ghosted. 4With sweet texts, things were off to a good startCredit: momjeanfupa/Tik Tok 4But the tone suddenly changed the following dayCredit: momjeanfupa/Tik Tok For one woman, none of this was an issue, as things were off to a great start and she was flooded with extremely sweet texts. But, according to her, the joys didn't last very long, as she took it to social media to share the story. In a video, which has since blown up on TikTok, one user posted screenshots of the conversation she had with a would-be Romeo, who seemed to be totally into the young woman. ''And i had an absolute blast being with you [sic]!'' the bloke said, before adding that he really liked...
    A WOMAN who thought she had an ear infection for three months was stunned when she found out what was causing her pain. Lexi Mahon took to TikTok to share her story, posting a video which began with her in a hospital bed with a tissue to her ear. 4Lexi Mahon thought she had an ear infection for three monthsCredit: Tik Tok/ lexijordanm 4After buying an ear camera, she discovered an earring back - a butterfly - inside her earCredit: Tik Tok/ lexijordanm 4She then showed herself having the butterfly removed from her ear at the hospitalCredit: Tik Tok/ lexijordanm "POV: thought I had an ear infection… for three months," she wrote over the clip. She captioned the video: "Bought one of those handy dandy ear cameras, look what I found." The video then showed the inside of Lexi's ear canal, as she found a gold earring butterfly. She was then seen back in the hospital, as...
    AS glamorous actress Marcia Hathaway toasted her engagement with her fiance on the shoreline of a Sydney bay, little did she know the horror that awaited. Despite her local success, the tragic star was - up until now - best known as the last person to be killed by a shark in the Oz city some 59 years ago. 5Marcia Hathaway was a promising actress who worked extensively in theatre and on radioCredit: erbzine 5In 1963 she tragically died after being attacked by a bull shark off the coast of Sydney 5Local citizens reportedly later caught the bull shark they believed killed the actress, and put it on display Marcia, 32, was lapping up the sunshine on a boat with her partner Frederick Knight and pals in Middle Harbour on January 28, 1963, when, as she shielded her fair complexion from the blazing 30C heat, friends dared Marcia her to prove she could swim in a playful bet that would prove fatal. She and Frederick dipped into the shallow waters of Sugarloaf Bay when Marcia thought she was ambushed by an...
    An off-duty New Jersey police officer who was arrested and charged in a vehicular homicide was under the influence of alcohol and using his cell phone when he fatally struck nurse Damian Dymka (pictured) An off-duty New Jersey police officer who was arrested and charged in a vehicular homicide was under the influence of alcohol and using his cell phone when he fatally struck a pedestrian who was allegedly dressed in a werewolf costume, an affidavit revealed. Newark officer Louis Santiago, 25, faces charges of driving while intoxicated, vehicular homicide, desecrating human remains, and more in the November 1 death of Damian Dymka, a 29-year-old nurse.  His lawyer, Patrick Toscano, confirmed the cop had been drinking alcohol at a local bar when he struck Dymka. He claims Santiago had not drank to a level of intoxication or impairment. The attorney instead argues that the incident was an accident, alleging Dymka was dressed in a werewolf Halloween costume and walking on a darkened stretch of the Garden State Parkway, making him hard to see.  'This was a horrible, horrible accident,' Toscano told NewJersey.com on...
    Stepping furtively through the streets of Paris, her face mysteriously shrouded, the figure in the heavy shawl was bound to attract attention – and so it proved. For this was just months after the suicide of paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. And the woman who seemed so anxious to avoid attention bore a remarkable resemblance to Epstein’s former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell – now the most hunted woman on the planet. Had she fled from America to France? From the moment Epstein was found dead in his New York cell in August 2019, the focus of attention turned to longtime associate Ghislaine, even though she had never been charged with any crime. Victims of Epstein accused her of being a ‘madam’ – claims she vehemently denies and will vigorously contest in court when her trial begins later this month. Victims of Jeffrey Epstein accused Ghislaine Maxwell (Pictured) of being a ‘madam’ – claims she vehemently denies and will vigorously contest in court when her trial begins later this month A Ghislaine and brother Kevin lookalike (pictured) in Paris to dupe the world’s media and help her...
    Stepping furtively through the streets of Paris, her face mysteriously shrouded, the figure in the heavy shawl was bound to attract attention – and so it proved. For this was just months after the suicide of paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. And the woman who seemed so anxious to avoid attention bore a remarkable resemblance to Epstein’s former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell – now the most hunted woman on the planet. Had she fled from America to France? From the moment Epstein was found dead in his New York cell in August 2019, the focus of attention turned to longtime associate Ghislaine, even though she had never been charged with any crime. Victims of Epstein accused her of being a ‘madam’ – claims she vehemently denies and will vigorously contest in court when her trial begins later this month. Victims of Jeffrey Epstein accused Ghislaine Maxwell (Pictured) of being a ‘madam’ – claims she vehemently denies and will vigorously contest in court when her trial begins later this month Today, for the first time, we can reveal the lengths that Ghislaine went to in order...
     A Florida man, 61, massacred alongside five ranch workers in Costa Rica may have made enemies during his two decades in the nation after it was revealed he was sued by restaurant employees for severance checks after he closed down the business and testified against a cop who shot his security guard dead.       The body of Stephen Paul Sandusky was found shot and burned in an incinerated pick up truck at his ranch in Llano Bonito de Buenos Aires de Puntarenas, Costa Rica. Sandusky who had been living in the Central American country since 2000, had reportedly recently moved out to the ranch in the hopes of living a quiet life.  He and his ex-wife, Costa Rican national Anne Valverde, raised two boys in the country who are now attending college in the US - the Floridian intended to return to his home country to be closer to them, she told Dailymail.com.   The Floridian father-of-two used to own a restaurant in Dominical de Osa, but upset many locals when he closed the business down, between 2004 and 2005, without giving...
    A PAINTER suspected of being the notorious Zodiac Killer was arrested and jailed for violently attacking his elderly wife just two years before he died. Gary Francis Poste, who passed away in August 2018, was allegedly unmasked on Wednesday by a team of cold-case investigators. 3Gary Francis Poste was named as the alleged Zodiac killer by a group of investigatorsCredit: TheCaseBreakers.org 3Poste was arrested for seriously injuring his wife in 2016Credit: mugshots.com Court records show that the suspected serial killer was arrested and spent time in jail for assaulting and seriously injuring his wife Mary in their hometown of Groveland, California in February 2016. But Poste was later found mentally incompetent to stand trial and referred to a California state hospital before apparently being placed under a mental health conservatorship.  Sheriff deputies were alerted on February 22, 2016, from the address next door to the elderly couple’s home that someone was “hurt fell and wants an officer”. Poste was arrested and then charged two days later with one count of corporal injury to a spouse and another of elder or dependent adult...
    The Florida father who police say killed his four-year-old son before taking his own life last week was being investigated for stalking after his ex-wife discovered a tracking device attached to her car and went to the police. According to investigators, John Stacey, 47, carried out the murder-suicide on Thursday, just hours after the Plantation Police Department launched a criminal investigation into him. Police performing a welfare check found the bodies of Stacey and his son, Greyson Kessler, at the father's Fort Lauderdale condominium apartment on Friday night. John Stacey, 47, who reportedly had been a 'Moonie' cult member for five years, killed his son, Greyson (right), in a murder-suicide after planting a GPS device on the car of his ex-wife, Alison Kessler (right)  Kessler went to the police on May 20, after a mechanic working on her Lexus found the tracking device that had been attached to her car with magnets  Officials have said that both the father and son died of gunshot wounds. Records cited by the Sun-Sentinel indicate that Alison Kessler became suspicious that...
    A former Arizona politician pleaded guilty in Utah on Friday to human smuggling and other charges in an illegal adoption scheme that stretched across three states and involved pregnant women brought illegally from the Marshall Islands. Paul Petersen, a Republican who served county assessor in metro Phoenix for six years until his resignation in January, has also struck a plea agreement with Arizona prosecutors on state Medicaid-fraud charges. He’s expected to enter a similar plea in Arkansas this week. Petersen was charged with illegally paying women from the Pacific island nation to come to the United States to give up their babies in at least 70 adoption cases in Arizona, Utah and Arkansas over three years. Paul Petersen, a Republican who served county assessor in Phoenix for six years, pleaded guilty in Utah to human smuggling as part of an illegal adoption scheme. Peterson is pictured left in his mugshot and right leaving court in Salt Lake City in 2019 The women brought to Utah to give birth received little or no prenatal care and their passports were...
1