Switzerland completed a 17-year construction project of the world’s longest and deepest rail tunnel. The opening ceremony of the Gotthard tunnel choreographed by Volker Hesse, was, to say the least, strange. You need to see it to believe it so I provided a video and some pictures from the event. Goat man and people falling on […]
News anchors are seen debating the race of Santa Claus in a serious plea to keep children from stressing out with the possibility of him being black. Watching adults talk about imaginary magical beings, in a serious way, is a special moment that everyone should experience at least once. Where this gets even stranger: The […]
Ursula and Sabina Eriksson are Swedish twin sisters (born in 1967) who came to national attention in the United Kingdom in May 2008 after a series of bizarre incidents on the M6 motorway and the subsequent murder of Glenn Hollinshead of Fenton, Staffordshire.
Everything began after their tour bus stopped on the M6 motorway, the twins left the bus and ran head first into oncoming traffic. Police responded to what they assumed were multiple fatalities but the women were unharmed. As officers attempted to understand the chaos, both twins regained consciousness and ran back into speeding cars.
Laying on one of Britain’s busiest motorways with compound fractures and head injuries, the sisters did the unthinkable. They fought off police, crossed the median and dared motorists to run them down again.
Ursula was eventually stopped when she was run over by a huge truck. Sabina followed seconds later, crashing head-on into a speeding sedan before being tossed over it, landing in the third lane of traffic. Their strength was described as “superhuman”. Though they were eventually detained, the series of bizarre events took another turn.
Sabina, who was processed by police in Stoke-on-Trent and later released, went on to meet a man, enter his home and stab him to death.
After murdering Glenn Hollinshead, Sabina fled the scene and was spotted on a road nearby repeatedly hitting herself over the head with it. She was convicted of manslaughter, sentenced to five years in prison and released in 2011.Continue reading
I added this video to the “About Us” page to give more insight into my thought process. People often ask what my thoughts are on different topics, so I wanted to make some of that public. The words on the images are mine unless quoted with a referenced name. Recently I found out that people […]
On March 12, 1951, Hank Ketcham’s Dennis the Menace comic strip first hit American newspapers. Where it Gets Weird: Just a few hours before Ketcham’s “Dennis the Menace” hit the nation, on the opposite side of the Atlantic, the first appearance of what went on to become cartoonist David Law’s most famous creation, “Dennis the […]