Contents Pages by Subject

Weird/Offbeat News

Subject Photo
Article Image

Arizona CHANGE

As the horror flick that is modern life lurches forward in flash frames, this writer felt compelled to describe the terrible sense of doom that is so crushing of spirit right now.

News Link • Global Reported By Mike Shipley
Article Image

Yahoo News

BORDEAUX, France (Reuters) - The mayor of a village in southwest France has threatened residents with severe punishment if they die, because there is no room left in the overcrowded cemetery to bury them.

News Link • Global Reported By Chip Saunders
Article Image

Mondoreb

A man claiming to be Jack Bauer rammed a van, chased the driver on foot yelling, "I'm Jack Bauer! He's a terrorist and he's kidnapped my family!" The man received probation when the van driver gave police a fake address and didn

Article Image

Mondoreb

Barry and Alissa were out eating when a stranger started talking to them. When he left, he tipped the waitress $100 and gave them $100,000. There were 4 conditions to keep the money.

Article Image

ESPN / Gene Wojciechowski

What began six months ago as a small, ego-driven lie, somehow gained weight and strength and grew into an uncontrollable hoax. It enveloped a school, a town, a family and maybe a future. [Rosie Ruiz / Piltdown Man - level hoax]

Article Image

Ginn

Our intrepid Go-To-Guy, RAPH, found this tiny gem of a house for sale in Toronto. At three hundred square feet and 7.25' wide, NBA Center, Yao Ming wouldn't be able to stretch out his 7.6' frame.

Article Image

Mondoreb

What was the Weirdest news story of 2007? Was it the hospital who lost part of a patient's skull? Or, was the flasher who showed up in court and flashed the judge? You decide.

Article Image

Yahoo News

Canada's post office and police are trying to track down a "rogue elf" who wrote obscene letters to children on behalf of Santa Claus, a newspaper reported on Friday.

News Link • Global Reported By Chip Saunders
Article Image

Greenpeace

Even though all other names for Greenpeace's adopted whale got clubbed like so many baby seals, voting will remain open in an effort to harpoon the people's choice.

Article Image

Radley Balko

Greenpeace is holding an online poll to name its humpback whale. You can pick from the 29 gag-inducing names or "Mister Splashy Pants". Your choice.

Article Image

City Data

Lists city rankings in just about any category imaginable.

Entered By: Geoffrey Hayes
thelibertyadvisor.com/declare