YIKES! In 1809, 46 year old Jane Todd Crawford rode 60 miles on horseback to see Dr. Ephraim McDowell who removed a 22 lb ovarian tumor through a 9" incision in 25 minutes (before anesthesia and antiseptic). Within a few weeks she got back on the horse, rode home, and lived another 22 years. - Fascinating!
At the time they were watching the documentary, it was almost nine years after the 2001 event. When the scene was shown where the planes crashed into the buildings, the three year old daughter looked up at the screen and said, "I died there." Her reaction convinced her parents that reincarnation is real.
The miles of catacombs beneath the abandoned Byberry Mental Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania have given rise to some strange stories. One especially frightening urban legend concerns a former patient who reportedly still lives down in the tunnels. It's said he weilds a large knife and chases unwelcomed explorers. Is he a ghost or tragically real? Either way, do you really want to find out?
Three teenage girls from a Tolima town saw a ghost standing behind them in a photo taken after having played improvised satanic rituals. One of the teenagers asked her younger brother to take a photo of the girls to remember the evening. They had the shock of their lives when they discovered the clear image of a man standing behind them.
Luntik the cat lives in Russia's far eastern city of Vladivostok and caused a stir because of his four ears. He has been dubbed "Jedi Cat" by the British press. While his two main ears are perfectly normal, the small pair of vestigial ears contain no ear canals.