In the headlines . . . .
It's amazing how some stories make their way to the news wires. I hate to use this tired cliche, but sometimes life is stranger than fiction. Here are a few gems about people not like you and me, thanks to The Associated Press and the Canadian Press.
Man Spends 12 Weeks in Bed in the Name of Science
Stephen Snitzky's feet touched the ground for the first time in 12 weeks. Snitzky isn't lazy or sick. He was on months of bed-rest in the name of science.
Treating Bear Like Family Has Men Facing Charges (Associated Press)
For nine days, Rocky and Jonathan Perkett heard a lone black bear cub wail from its hiding spot in a Coos County logging site.
Man Tries to Sell Pawn Shop Owner His Own Stolen Stuff
A pawn shop owner, whose home was hit by burglars, says he was shocked when a dim-witted crook wandered into his store one day and tried to pawn the purloined merchandise.
Man Kills Buck with Bare Hands in Bedroom (Associated Press)
It looked like a crime scene, but no charges will be filed after Wayne Goldsberry killed a buck with his bare hands in his daughter's bedroom.
Burglar Makes Pizza, Flees with $3,000 (Associated Press)
A pizza parlor burglar paused to make a pizza before fleeing with $3,000.
Caution: The news links may not last long, so you'll probably want to read the stories within the next couple of days.
Tag: Strange News, Media by Sistrunk