Charles Manson died last month in a hospital in California. There have been reports that his pen pal and grandson were fighting for the rights to his body. Now, a murderabilia site claims they have some of Manson's belongings and will auction them off to the highest bidder.
How much would you pay for a lock of his hair? How about a half-eaten bag of Reese's Pieces? And what about his handmade voodoo dolls? Finally, would you pay $100,000 for Manson's dentures?
According to Crimefeed, critics claim that and heartache of the victims and their families. Many feel that the practice should be banned.
Some experts argue that they can't crack down on the murderabilia websites because it would violate their First Amendment rights, adding that there is some educational value in the items the convicted murderers leave behind.
President Donald Trump is throwing a hissy fit on Twitter and whilst doing so, Trump's misspellings on Twitter have returned. Twitter users are surmising that in Alabama, as reported by the Inquisitr, that it has caused Trump to start spelling words wrong once again on Twitter, with folks dubbing "meadia" as the new "covfefe."
As seen in the below tweet from Trump's Twitter account - if the tweet remains live - Trump published a tweet on Wednesday, December 13, at 8:02 a.m. that began to rant against the "more than 90 percent of Fake News Media coverage" of Trump that is negative. The first time Trump wrote "media," he spelled the word correctly. Trump also spelled "media" in the correct manner when he explained his use of "Social Media," odd capitalizations and all. However, when it came to writing about "Mainstream Meadia," Trump added an extra "a" in the word "media" to finish off his tweet.
President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, Don Jr. and Vanessa Trump have made a mysterious real estate purchase that has folks scratching their heads and trying to learn more about the deal online. According to Philip Henard was the landowner in the Grandview Estates area of Hawkins County in Tennessee. Henard somehow got in touch with reps for President Trump to see if Trump wanted to add an acre of land to his real estate portfolio. Amazingly, the inkling that Philip had that Trump might be interested in his land proved true.
Before long, the Trump Organization's name - along with the names Donald Trump, Melania Trump, Donald Trump Jr. and Vanessa Trump - would appear on the deed of lot No. 40 in Rogersville. The lot is valued at $7,800 and located on Arrington Road.
"Rooftopper" Wu Yongning's plans for his future and his family would no longer be fulfilled as the famed Chinese daredevil accidentally plummeted to his death in a newly released footage of his last stunt atop the 62-storey Huayuan International Center in Hunan Province, Central China.
According to What's On Weibo, a terrifying footage showcased the death of the daredevil who inadvertently while he was performing a high-altitude extreme stunt in Changsha, Hunan Province in China.
Based on the report, fans of the famed daredevil, who had been engaging in rooftop climbing or the so-called "rooftopping," started to grow wary after he hasn't posted an update on his Weibo account for a month.
As it turned out, one of China's self-proclaimed "first extreme heights challenger in the country" failed to cheat death this time around as he accidentally lost grip while performing his signature pull-ups from the skyscrapers.
President Donald Trump's Oval Office style dominated U.S. headlines in 2017, but readers were particularly perplexed by his use of the word "covfefe," in what turned out to be one of the oddest news stories of the year.
Do you believe in aliens, or, rather, do you believe that alien life exists on other worlds? If you do, you are not alone. A Dutch study has revealed that roughly two-thirds of humanity believes that some form of life exists on other planets and just a little less than half of those surveyed believed "intelligent civilizations" exist.
Daily Mail reported this week that results from a study conducted by Netherlands-based Glocalities helps to shed light on the continuing popularity of such film franchises as Star Wars, a series of science fiction movies hosting a plethora of fictionalized aliens and civilizations which was launched in 1976 that has enjoyed enormous popularity going into its fifth decade. The study, which included 26,000 respondents in 24 countries, found that 47 percent of respondents believed "in the existence of in the universe." But intelligent or no, participants believed in the existence of "some form of life on other planets."
Ghost stories have become popular these days both in fictional and reality TV shows, but two women who are strangers to each other have recently come forward with eerie and yet erotic, ghost tales of their own. To add fuel to this weird ghost sex, parapsychologists are saying that this is not only entirely possible, but cases such as these have been documented before.
Those who practice on the side of science suggest that while a romp in bed with a ghost may feel very real, it is more than likely a hypnogogic hallucination, which some people experience during the transition from wakefulness to sleep. You won't get Amethyst Realm, 27, to see this as a dream. She told ITV's This Morning hosts her tale about seducing ghosts to her bed at night.
A Cincinnati woman burned down her house trying to get rid of bedbugs, injuring three people and leaving ten homeless, WXIX-TV (Cincinnati) is .
Bedbugs are right up there with ghosts as the most unwanted "guests" imaginable, and if you see one, more of his friends are hiding somewhere. And getting rid of them should be your top priority. However, there are right ways and wrong ways to get rid of them, as the residents of the Hutchins Avenue home found out the hard way.
Authorities say that the woman was trying to get rid of the pests using rubbing alcohol, which then ignited due to a nearby open flame - perhaps a candle or a burning incense stick. The fire did an estimated $250,000 to the multi-family structure, leaving three teenagers and seven adults temporarily homeless.
Twenty-one-year-old Russian bodybuilder and ex-soldier Kirill Tereshin drew attention on social media in recent months as a result of his unusually large biceps, which he claims are the product of self-applied injections of a site enhancement oil known as synthol. And while the size of his muscles has led people to refer to him as the "Russian Popeye," doctors are concerned that he might one day end up losing his arms if he keeps on using the chemical.
As recounted by the Daily Mail, Tereshin had recently taken to Instagram to (WARNING: Article contains graphic photos) that his "bazooka arms are about to fall off," and that he has been told by doctors that he risks being paralyzed and having his arms amputated. He had also shared Instagram photos showing his biceps apparently discolored, a possible consequence of his usage of homemade synthol, which he said he makes by using olive oil, lidocaine, and benzyl alcohol.
YouTube personality Trisha Paytas just made her most bizarre video yet, and many viewers are questioning whether her sexual proposition to O.J. Simpson is a joke or a serious request. The singer released a video yesterday to the stylings of Meghan Trainor's "Dear Future Husband" and begged the former running back to sleep with her.
A week ago, Trisha teased the song by of herself surrounded by images of the parolee. She captioned the photo with an orange emoji, and her fanbase began sounding off in the comment section. Some fans questioned her bizarre photo, while others supported the YouTuber by claiming this was all just a form of her "art."
In the new song, Trisha sings, "I've been lovin' you for a while/Let's all forget about the trial/You're a free man now/Let's get together now."
A British mom charges her guests $40 per plate for Christmas dinner, and though she has her reasons (more on that in a few paragraphs), she's still managed to spark an international debate about whether she's in the right.
No one says that hosting a holiday dinner is cheap: in fact, between the meat, the wine, the side dishes, and the desserts, the cost can run into the hundreds of dollars or more. This is especially true in Europe, where food prices can be higher. However, most hosts or hostesses just consider the cost just one of the expenses of celebrating the holiday - like buying gifts and decorating - and absorb it themselves.
Cade Huckabay, a 21-year-old man from Texas, has gone viral in recent days after posting photos of himself having gotten so severely sunburned that the right side of his forehead appeared to have been dented after he pressed on it.
Huckabay took to Twitter on Monday to of himself that were taken after he shaved his head, got "severely" sunburned, and experienced "just a little bit" of swelling in the forehead area. The photos seemed to detail the four stages of swelling that took place, with the third image showing him pressing on the right side of his forehead, and the fourth showing what appears to be an indentation on the same spot he was pressing against.