July’s Unusual Bizarre & Weird News

July 22, 2015

By Andrew J. Hewett NEEDED MONEY FOR CLOTHING? Even though Drema Setliff, 30, was found and arrested hiding in the electrical closet of the Charleston, W.Va., One Stop convenience store she had just robbed, no […]

May’s Unusual Bizarre & Weird News

May 20, 2015

By Andrew J. Hewett TWITTER NOW: I SCREWED UP? A Mansfield, Texas, teenager was fired from a local pizza parlor the day before she started work. This happened after she tweeted, “Ew I start this […]

January’s Unusual Bizarre & Weird News

January 26, 2015

By Andrew J. Hewett SONS OF (*ITCHES) GUNS The TV series Sons of Guns was canceled after the main gunsmith, Will Hayden, was arrested and booked for child molestation. Now, two others on that show, […]

December’s Unusual Bizarre & Weird News

January 1, 2015

By Andrew J. Hewett “DADDY TASTES AWFUL!” Fellows, if you like nice, loving, tender women, be glad you never met Katherine Mary Knight. She’s now serving a life sentence without parole in Australia for killing […]

November’s Unusual Bizarre & Weird News

November 5, 2014

By Andrew J. Hewett FUTURE FOURTH-DOWN BANKRUPTCY? Seems football has brain-washed sports lovers to the point that it now affects the production and profits of large non-sports related U.S. businesses. With the 2014 National Football […]

October’s Unusual Bizarre & Weird News

October 22, 2014

By Andrew J. Hewett HOPE HE DON’T COME UP “SHORT” You’ve probably heard of singer Chubby Checker, now age 72, who popularized a dance with his hit song The Twist in 1960? Well, in February […]

September’s Unusual Bizarre & Weird News

September 17, 2014

By Andrew J. Hewett SHE MUST BE A REAL STINKER Norma Brewer, a deputy county treasurer in Stillwater County, Mont., had just used a courthouse toilet and walked outside, when it exploded. Pressure buildup was […]

August Edition of Unusual Bizarre & Weird News

August 21, 2014

By Andrew J. Hewett A DUMB-BUTT BRAIN DISEASE? On June 9, 2014, Darren Shelley, 22, appeared in Stamford (Conn.) Superior Court, facing a charge of possession with intent to sell drugs, smelling strongly of marijuana. […]

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