A Virginia teen turned a vengeful act into a charitable one after her father dumped 80,000 pennies worth of child support in her mother’s yard.
"We are all very sad, all very distraught," said Spenser Tillman, Larry's son. "Everyone knew that wasn’t my father. Even as we were walking in, people who knew said, 'Tell them to put your father in the casket.'"
A new speakeasy is located in the Blount & Curry Funeral Home in South Tampa. They also offer an 'immersive space' that they suggest be used for parties and weddings.
A man "inexplicably" had decided to climb into the shaft of a California vineyard fan and became completely stuck inside. For two days.
An art aficionado paid over $18,000 for an "invisible sculpture" by Italian artist Salvatore Garau, who said that while the work of art doesn't physically exist, it will need to be displayed in a 5 ft. x 5 ft. unobstructed area.
The asteroid is named 2021 KT1 and is 600 feet, which is roughly the same size as the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington.
The Georgia suspect was believed to be dead for the past six years, but new evidence suggested he was alive and living in Oklahoma.
A father and son discovered the body after noticing a rank smell emanating from the dinosaur statue.
U.S. Navy footage released by filmmaker Jeremy Corbell and confirmed as authentic by the Pentagon shows a spherical UFO flying off the coast of San Diego before mysteriously disappearing into the ocean.
The woman awoke after she felt something dripping on her body. She assumed it was raining outside and thought a leak had sprung from the apartment above hers. She was horrified to find that the dripping liquid was blood. (Warning, graphic photos in this story may be distressing.)
Little did 4-year-old Noah Bryant know, 51 cases of Spongebob popsicles would make their way to his aunt’s house after he attempted to purchase a box of the treats shaped like his favorite character.
A fired Walmart employee crashed a car through the front door of the store and kept driving inside the building, according to police.
When a California mom knew she wouldn’t be spending April Fools’ Day with her kids, she decided to prank them on March 31 — when they’d least expect it — with frozen cereal and juice for breakfast.
A Fayetteville man said his last paycheck from his former employer came in the form of over 90,000 oil- or grease-covered pennies dumped on his driveway.
It's never too soon to be prepared!
Talk about your yard sale finds. A small porcelain bowl bought for $35 at a Connecticut yard sale turned out to be a rare, 15th century Chinese artifact worth between $300,000 and $500,000.
Residents at a nursing home in Ohio went “deer hunting” for the holidays.
A pair of mischievous goats stole Santa’s cookies.
The people have spoken: Pepsi will be dropping its hot chocolate-flavored “Cocoa Cola” in 2021.
A federal judge has ruled that Michigan parents must pay their son after destroying his porn collection he valued at $25,000.