A 71-year-old Frenchwoman is to undergo psychiatric testing after killing her husband and cooking his heart, nose and genitals.
A judicial source said the woman was arrested on May 22 in the northern French town of Longwy, describing her as “the female Hannibal Lecter,” after the fictional cannibal in thriller “The Silence of the Lambs.” Read more
Friends told James Dean that the car was trouble when they saw it – a rare Silver Porsche Spyder, one of only 90 in 1955. Nicknamed “The Little Bastard,” the car carried the iconic screen rebel to his grave on September 30, 1955.
After the accident, many fans refused to believe Dean was dead. A story circulated that he was still alive although terribly disfigured, and in true urban legend fashion this tale took on a life of its own. Read more
One of Sweden’s great mysteries surrounds a monolith called the Björketorp Runestone(Pronounced Bee-york-kuh-torp). The nearly 14 foot (4.2 meters) stone is located in Blekinge, Sweden, and forms a stone circle with two other blank menhirs, with several other solitary stones in the surrounding regions. It is covered in a Proto-Norse language of Runes which contain a foreboding warning about the stone. Read more