Incredible Kidnapping Audio, Shooting Bigfoot, & Surprising Things About Mr. Rogers
5/7/2013 3:00:00 PM
This is an INCREDIBLE resolution to a kidnapping story. For now, details are still sparse, but here's what's going on. Three women who disappeared in Cleveland, Ohio a DECADE ago were found alive yesterday. They all disappeared under different circumstances at different times, but all three of them were in a house close to where they disappeared.
27-year-old Amanda Berry is one of the women. She was kidnapped in April of 2003, at age 16. She managed to signal a neighbor for help yesterday. He let her and her five-year-old DAUGHTER out of the house, and then called 911.
There's no word who the father of Amanda's daughter is. It's still too early to speculate on the horrible possibilities involved. The other women in the house were 23-year-old Gina DeJesus, who disappeared in April of 2004 at age 14, when she was walking home from school . . . and 32-year-old Michele Knight, who disappeared in August of 2002 when she was 21.
The owner of the house is a 52-year-old former school bus driver named Ariel Castro, and he's been arrested. Police also arrested his 50-year-old younger brother, and his 54-year-old older brother, although neither of them lived there.
For now, the women are being treated at a hospital and are reuniting with their families. More details should be coming out in the next few days and weeks.
Speaking of, um, neighbors….a script about the life of TV icon Fred Rogers, titled "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood", has been sold to a Hollywood production company.
And amazingly, it has some eyebrow-raising details. Listen to these Top Surprising Revelations About Mr. Rogers.
His alter-ego, Slim Cardigan, was eventually banned from every strip joint in the greater Pittsburgh area.
He believed the imagination could accomplish almost anything. And magic mushrooms could accomplish the rest.
He paved the way for Barney and The Wiggles. Which is why I hate him.
Like Tim Tebow, he was a deeply religious man. Unlike Tim Tebow, he could complete a pass.
He's loved by children and parents alike. Just like Ritalin.
Mr. Rogers was a vegetarian. Wait: vegetarian, tight sweaters, goofy music? Mr. Rogers was a hipster!
He famously claimed his only vices in life were chocolate, cake, and dog-fighting.
In France, he's known as "Monsieur Roger."
Over the course of his career, he had to sue more than 100 porn stars for trying to use the name "Mr. McFeely".
His mother made the majority of his sweaters. OUT OF HUMAN HAIR!
He shot Biggie AND Tupac.
Today is Paranormal Tuesday….and Doc Lynch sent me this awesome trailer for something called “Shooting Bigfoot.”
Yep, I’d watch that movie.