Sunday, September 4, 2016

Just When You Thought You Heard It All News (9-3-2016)

Talk about the kiss of death!

That's just what a hickey turned out to be for a 17-year-old boy in Mexico City.

Julio Macias Gonzalez suffered a stroke that doctors reportedly think was caused by a hicky from his 24-year-old girlfriend. The teen started convulsing during a family dinner and then died.

The woman’s skin-sucking could have created the blood clot that traveled to Julio’s brain and led to the stroke. 

Shouldn't this be considered child abuse?!

His girlfriend, who has not been publicly identified, is reportedly in hiding. According to local sources, Julio’s parents were already upset over the relationship due to the age difference.

This beautiful gift is one for the books. 

A worlds most generous man who worked for almost 50 years as a librarian at the University of New Hampshire left the school an astonishing $4 after his death last year. UNH announced the gift in a press release earlier this week. 

Robert Morin, who died at 77, quietly accumulated his fortune byliving humbly, often eating frozen dinners, according to a story in local outlet The Union Leader. 

A UNH alum, Morin gifted his entire estate to the school. He even dedicated $100,000 specifically to the Dimond Library, where he worked.

“His whole life was the library,” Erika Mantz, the university’s director of media relations, told The Huffington Post in an email. 

UNH will use the majority of his donation on a new career center for the school. Some funds will also go toward a video scoreboard at the school’s new football stadium, as the librarian frequently watched football games while residing at an assisted living facility during the last 15 months of his life. 

“This is an extraordinary gift that comes at a critical time for launching a number of initiatives that are only able to move forward because of his generosity,” Deborah Dutton,vice president for advancement and president of the UNH Foundation, said in the school’s release. 

Though few were aware of Morin’s wealth, his financial advisor, Edward Mullen, mentioned to the Union Leader that the fortune was due to the fact that he really didn’t spend much and lived a life without frills.

Morin “never went out” and drove an older vehicle, in addition to eating frozen dinners, Mullen told the outlet.

“He enjoyed talking to students on campus and especially the students who worked in the library,” Mantz told HuffPost. “He was very smart and very quiet.”

Mantz noted that those at the university are honored by Morin’s decision to support the school in such an incredible way. 

Scarey clown sightings in a South Carolina community have residents on high alert following reports that the masked figures are approaching children and even trying to lure them into nearby woods........

The creepy sightings at Greenville’s Fleetwood Manor Apartment Complex allegedly began on Aug. 19, when a resident relayed that her son said he saw clowns “whispering and making strange noises” in the nearby woods, according to an incident report obtained by The Huffington Post.

The resident, who was not identified, said she went to investigate and saw “several clowns in the woods flashing green laser lights.” The figures then ran away into the woods.

the family’s unease, the following night, at the same time of 10:30 p.m., the woman noted that her oldest son said he heard “chains and banging” on their front door.

In the early hours of Aug. 20, around 2:30 a.m., another resident said she was walking home when she saw “a large-figured clown with a blinking nose, standing under a post light near the garbage dumpster area.”

The woman said the clown waved at her so she waved back while safely making her way home. The suspect did not approach her or harm her in any way, the incident report states.

Several children said the clowns have appeared in woods behind one apartment building and that they “try to persuade them into the woods further by displaying large amounts of money.”

The kids said they believe that the clowns live in a house located near a pond at the end of a trail in the woods.

The responding Greenville Sheriff’s deputy reported that they indeed found such a house, but no clowns or any signs of suspicious activity. They noted in their report that there is no video surveillance in the community.

The apartment complex’s building management sent out a warning to residents on Wednesday:

In the letter, which was posted to social media Friday, the property manager reminded parents not to leave their children unsupervised outside at night.

“There has been several conversation (sic) and a lot of complaints to the office regarding a clown or person dressed in clown clothing taking children or trying to lure children in the woods,” the letter reads. It reminded residents that the complex has a 10 p.m. curfew.

A request for comment from the building management was not answered.


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