In case you missed it, here is part one of the weirdest news stories of 2017.
Catt Gallinger’s foray into body art ended just as quickly as it started, but not soon enough, as she may have been rendered partially blind by her tattooist.
Paul Baxter, 50, of Preston, Lancashire, visited a doctor after coughing up yellow mucus for over a year. He was a smoker for some 30 years, and after a round of tests, doctors feared the worst.
Fran and Dan Keller, the couple at the center of the 1991 Oak Hill ritual abuse scandal, has been cleared of all charges and awarded $3.4 million in a wrongful conviction settlement.
An Israeli auction house sold two handwritten notes by the famous physicist.
Vernon Barrett Jr. won’t be winning any father of the year awards—what he has done, instead, is ensure his 6-year-old daughter will need years of therapy to quell her coulrophobia.
The best things come to those who wait, and those of us waiting for a new type of chocolate are about to be rewarded for our patience. After 80 long years, the world is finally welcoming a brand new treat.
“A dead hawk was found burned, and it had contacted the power lines,” Lee said. “The amazing thing is it still had a small snake gripped in its talons.”
Footage of what looks like a UFO flying over Bracknell in Berkshire surfaced on the Internet in late August 2017.
A breakfast sausage mascot belonging to the U.S.-based restaurant chain Denny’s went viral as social media pundits liken him to a piece of poop.
A female jogger, dubbed “the Mad Pooper,” has been defecating in front of Colorado Springs homes and businesses for weeks.
Rachel Marie not only managed to snag one of only 20 packets of the super rare sauce, but she’s parlayed the bounty into a car.
Listed at a reasonable $14.7 million, the Alpharetta, Georgia home includes eight bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, three kitchens, elevators, a private museum, indoor shooting range, and a wine cellar.