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Is This Real Life?

The most absurd, bizarre, and unbelievable true stories

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    The news can be shocking and weird sometimes, and you can't help but wonder "Is this real life?!" Check out the most weird but true stories!

    A testicle-eating Pacu fish has been spotted in Illinois. The fish has human-like teeth, and has also surfaced in Papua New Guinnea where two fisherman bled to death after being bitten by the fish.

    Read the full story on Metro.co.uk

    Photo: Getty Images

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    A cockroach recently crawled into a man's ear while sleeping. He tried to remove it with a vacuum, but had to be treated at a hospital to get it out!

    Read the full story on NBCNews.com

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    A 21-year-old man was arrested after he tried to sell stolen brains on eBay! He stole about 60 jars of brain from a warehouse space at the Indiana Medical History Museum. And there were actually buyers! Maybe they were zombies...

    Read the full story on CNN.com

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    A woman in Korea ate a partially cooked squid that inseminated her tongue! She said she felt a "prickling and foreign body sensation" after chewing and spitting the squid out. After going to the hospital for severe pain, doctors found several "small, squirming" organisms in her mouth!

    Read the full story on HuffingtonPost.com

    Photo: Getty Images

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    In Germany, a group of farting cows made the barn they were housed in explode! One of the cows suffered light burns and the barn roof was slightly damaged as a result. No humans were hurt. What did they eat?!

    Read the full story on HuffingtonPost.com

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    A North Hampton clown terrorized an English town, by just standing around! He would just stand and creepily stare, holding his clown teddy bear.

    Read the full story on HuffingtonPost.com

    Photo: Youtube

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    Google Images recently spotted a triangular object with two rows of lights. Some are speculating that the object is an alien colony or spaceship of some kind!

    Read the full story on HuffingtonPost.com

    Photo: Youtube

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    An abandoned ship with cannibal rats on board is slowly drifting towards the coast of Ireland or the UK!

    Read the full story on CNN.com

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    A 4ft shark corpse was left under the seat on the New York subway. A lot of things happen on the NYC subways, but aquatic life is not one of them! The photo of the shark became an internet sensation.

    Read the full story on NationalGeographic.com

    Photo: Splash News

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    The University of Leicester has been carrying out scientific investigations on remains found in a car park, in order to find out whether they are those of King Richard III since last September. The skeleton was discovered in the foundations of Greyfriars Church, Leicester.

    Read the full story on CNN.com

    Photo: Getty Images

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    This snake - which has two heads but only one stomach - was discovered living in the wild in Augusta, Maine. Double the teeth, double the trouble!

    Read the full story on HuffingtonPost.com

    Photo: Splash News

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    Attack of the killer asparagus! A small town in Japan is renowned for its cultivation of green asparagus, but the healthy foodstuff is turning into a headache for motorists as it erupts through asphalt on rural roads. Concrete can't slow this demon plant down!

    Read the full story on Eater.com

    Photo: Splash News

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    Royal cannibal Jelly! A new jam made with Princess Diana's hair has become available in the U.K. The creepy jelly called 'occult jam' is being sold in jars as part of a surrealist art exhibition on show at London's Barbican Art Gallery.

    Read the full story on NYDailyNews.com

    Photo: Splash News

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    This predator crab that looks like the alien from the 1987 movie, Predator. Can you imagine coming across this guy?!

    Read the full story on Metro.co.uk

    Photo: Splash News

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    Like bats aren't terrifying enough, a new species of the night-time creature has been discovered. Its frightening face bristles like a leaf to catch prey!

    Read the full story on FoxNews.com

    Photo: Splash News

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    A crater which punctured the landscape only a mile and a half from the town of Wink, Texas has some residents scared. Named Wink Sink 2, the new hole started out as large and twice as deep as its ancestor , Wink Sink 1 which was 3 miles from town. Within a month, it had enlarged to approximately 600 feet by 750 feet, growing at a rate of roughly 10 feet a day ... and it is still growing! No one knows why this is happening. Will it grow enough to eat the town soon?!

    Read the full story on FoxNews.com

    Photo: Splash News

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    The meditating lemur. Madagascar is real life.

    Read the full story on Dailymail.co.uk

    Photo: Splash News

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    A Carnival Cruise recently had most of its passengers sick with vomiting and diarrhea after an illness outbreak. The 10-day voyage was cut short as a result, and the ship is going through a thorough cleaning.

    Read the full story on FoxNews.com

    Photo: Splash News

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    Zombie bees have recently surfaced in the north east United States. The bees are infested with parasites which make them fly around in an erratic manner, eventually dying.

    Read the full story on ABCNews.com

    Photo: Splash News

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    A dentist is trying to clone John Lennon with his moldy tooth.

    Read the full story on TheGuardian.com

    Photo: Splash News

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    This is not a scene from the classic 1990's horror movie Arachnophobia. Residents in the UK feared invasion by spiders in their homes! The town is covered in spider webs!

    Read the full story on BirminghamMail.co.uk

    Photo: Splash News

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    In Argentina, 70 people were recently injured on Christmas Day as a result of piranha attacks! At least 20 of these victims were children - some of which who lost fingers and toes during the terrifying attack.

    Read the full story on NYPost.com

    Photo: Getty Images

 
 

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