A New York man drove up to Toronto for a concert, lost his car, spent four days looking for it, and finally found it thanks to the help of Craigslist, BBC News is .
Look, all of us have forgotten where we parked at one point or another. I've done it, you've done it too (don't act like you haven't!). But it's pretty likely that no one reading this article has ever lost their car in a foreign country, spent days looking for it, and had to crowdsource for help in finding it, all while being called "doofy" by our parents.
Gavin Strickland - and no, that's not him in the feature image of this article - really digs Metallica. So much so that he drove from Syracuse up to Toronto, about 250 miles, to see them in concert at the Rogers Centre Sunday night. Unfortunately, he forgot where he parked.
A strange moving object that flew over Cornwall in England last week made some think the aliens have visited the United Kingdom. Believed to be a UFO, the object disappeared and rematerialized in the sky, leaving many locals wondering what it could be.
There were several clips posted on social media over the past days, which captured the shimmering object in the skies of Cornwall. The was spotted over Truro city center, Carluddon clay tip, Fistral beach in Newquay, over the A30, above Roche Rock and off the Cornish coast, per The Sun.
Photographer Shayne House posted on Twitter: "What the?! Is this an alien spacecraft over the A30?" Beauty blogger Stephanie also posted a video and wrote: "Filmed this in Truro today before my hair apt..can someone please explain?" Some commented that the bizarre object looks like a flock of birds or insect.
A toilet paper wedding dress with 1,500 hand-cut butterflies made by a mother of two in her spare time won the $10,000 first prize in a quirky New York fashion competition on Thursday and a bride-in-need may have the chance to wear it down the aisle.
A Swedish rail operator has vowed to name one of its trains "Trainy McTrainface" after a public vote, saying it would bring joy to people disappointed when Britain rejected the name Boaty McBoatface for a polar research ship following a similar poll.
There have been many conspiracy theories about the end of the world and one of the latest was from a British man, who said that the catastrophe would first hit Northern Hemisphere. Now, Michael Denon-Ross has gone missing in Australia after predicting that the apocalypse will happen on July 13.
Denon-Ross was convinced that July 13 is an important day as something big will happen. The 57-year-old has shared his thoughts on meteor showers, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, and the Illuminati, regularly posting about them on Facebook. In one of his in May, Denon-Ross talked about the significant date as something that no one can stop from happening.
"T-Minus 54 days to 13th July. That's just 7 weeks and 6 days. I believe amongst other things, unless we can prevent it happening, HAARP type weapons will punch a hole through the Ionosphere and earth will be subjected to a STELLARWIND/SOLARSTORM/SKYFALL."
On August 21, the United States will be able to witness a total solar eclipse passing from coast to coast for the first time in 99 years. While this may be just a cosmic activity, it is stirring fears of the apocalypse based on cultural beliefs.
Many cultures have come to believe that eclipses are some sort of signals from a higher power or predictors of doomsday. They have that people still believe up to this day. Per Palm Beach Post, Dan McGlaun, a 12-time total solar eclipse viewer who runs the website Eclipse2017.org, said:
"Total eclipses are so phenomenal and so overpowering and so amazing that some people have ascribed a ‘super spirituality' to them."
Lika Guhathakurta, NASA's lead scientist for the eclipse, added:
"Most cultures have regarded eclipses with great trepidation and fear, and you can understand why when all of a sudden darkness descends during the day and you don't know why."
The bodies of a couple that went missing 75 years ago in the Swiss Alps were recovered last week, after melting glaciers revealed their mummified remains.
79-year old Marceline Udry-Dumoulin told Le Matin that her parents, , according to USA Today, went missing August 15, 1942 after leaving their seven children at home to go milk the family cows, never to be seen again.
Udry-Dumoulin said her mother had the trek with her father, reports CBS News, since she was so often pregnant and the path included the "difficult conditions of a glacier."
Bernhard Tschannen, director of the train company Glacier 3000, said his staff surmised that the couple fell into a crevice, where they died and remained for decades, until the melting ice finally gave way. "The bodies were lying near each other. It was a man and a woman wearing clothing dating from the period of World War Two," he described.
Residents of a Philadelphia street were horrified when thousands of cockroaches emerged from a sewer drain, forming a swarm so big that it covered the street at one stage, according to city officials and local media on Tuesday.
The total solar eclipse of 2017 will be one of the greatest astronomical events to ever be visible from the United States. And according to some Christian groups, it also portends the end of the world, thanks to their interpretation of ancient biblical prophecy.
As the Express , the Great American Eclipse, as it's being called, will be followed by another solar eclipse, this time a partial one, in parts of Europe.
You may be thinking, "That's pretty cool, but what does it have to do with the Bible?" The answer is, of course, nothing. Nothing at all.
But for some Christian groups, it actually means it's the end of the world.
According to the people behind the biblical prophecy site Unsealed, , way back in the Book of Revelation, 2,000 years ago.
How they got there is kind of convoluted, but here's the best explanation this writer can come up with.
Dr. Norman Bergrun, a former top NASA scientist, has claimed that giant alien UFOs are hiding on Saturn's rings. Bergrun, a distinguished and highly respected former NASA researcher who held top positions at NASA's Ames Research Center, believes that giant "living alien UFO spaceships" are proliferating at a tremendous rate on the rings of Saturn.
Bergrun that the rate of proliferation of the alleged giant "living alien UFO spaceships" on the rings of Saturn has been increasing with time and has reached a "critical level."
Bergrun is a distinguished former NASA research engineer who has made major innovative contributions to multiple U.S. aeronautic, missile and rocket programs. He has also won many top science and engineering awards, including the California Society of Professional Engineers Archimedes Engineering Achievement Award.
Many UFO researchers and enthusiasts claim that Bergrun's revelations blew the lid on one of NASA's most closely guarded secrets that technologically advanced aliens species are exploring our solar system.
At a press conference in Lima, Peru, on Tuesday, a controversial Mexican UFOlogist, Jaime Maussan, claimed that a total of five "well preserved" or mummified alien bodies have been discovered near the famous Nazca Lines of southern Peru. Maussan claimed that the alleged alien or extraterrestrial beings have "reptilian" features that make them "closer to reptiles than humans."
The alleged discovery, touted as "one of the most important of the 21st century," has sparked a heated controversy among experts, with some saying it could be genuine, while others dismissed it as a yet another elaborate hoax.
According to Maussan, the mummified bodies, allegedly more than 1,700 years old, were unearthed at a site near the UNESCO World Heritage Nazca Lines. The estimated age of 1,700 years means that the alleged aliens died at about the time that historians believe the Nazca Lines were created, to Express.