Fremont O'Berg, Amos Shook, Pamella Jackson and Cheryl Miller all have one unfortunate thing in common — they all died after their cars plunged into lakes and they could not escape. Their bodies not found until several decades later.
So, if you want to avoid a similar fate then watch this video and pay close attention.
If your car should ever plunge into deep water follow these simple steps and you should be able to avoid a watery grave.
Swedish police say the assailant was a teen boy residing at a center for underage children aged between 14 and 17 in Molndal, near Gothenburg on Sweden's west coast. The teen reportedly stabbed 22-year-old worker Alexandra Mezher to death on Monday.
’MURICA — It’s the subject on everybody’s lips and perhaps one of the most important issues facing the human race at this juncture in our history.
We’re not talking about climate change, the European migrant crisis, or whether the world is heading for another financial meltdown. No, we’re interested in something far more important than that.
What we really want to know is … are fitspiration pics on social media just porn by another name? And do...
FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS — Footage claiming to show an ex-University of Arkansas professor having sex with a student in class has emerged online.
The university denied its the academic identified on social media, but that hasn't stopped several college news sites reporting on the allegations.
What is clear is that two people are having sex in the clip in what may or may not be a classroom or office. What's also clear is that someone filmed th...
RENTON, WASHINGTON — “Skylar is an amazing 14 year old young man. Like most teens, Sky liked to do fun things with his friends that he didnt always like to tell me about, for fear of mom not letting him. Today, there are so many ‘challenges’ going around on social medias. Some are harmless, but most of them are really dangerous! Sky and his friends did a challenge, resulting in my son tripping over his own feet, falling and hitting his front face...
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