Living

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300-Year-Old Pub On Remote UK Island Looking For A ‘Monarch’ To Run It

Have you ever wanted to reign in a castle on your own isolated island? Just off of North West England might be the answer to this dream. Right now, you can apply for a 10-year lease to “govern” Piel Island”. This will involve running the Ship Inn, campsite, and a 14th-century castle. Additionally, according to […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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Woman in Coma After Diving Into Yellowstone Hot Spring to Save Puppy

A 20-year-old woman from Washington state went into a coma after jumping into a hot spring to save her puppy. She was visiting the Yellowstone Geyers with her father when her dog, Rusty, got loose. The pup got burned from the hot water, panicked, and ran into a geyser. Laiha Slayton jumped into the Maiden’s […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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Sunglasses-Wearing Skull On Family’s Mantelpiece Turned Out To Be Man Missing For Eight Years

Most people keep clocks, candles, photos, or perhaps decorative rocks on their mantelpiece. However, in October 2020 one resident from Morgan County, Tennessee, made the unusual choice of adorning his living room with a skull wearing sunglasses. Little did they know that the skull actually belonged to 79-year-old Junior Will McCann. A man who went […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

Freelance Writer

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Petty Neighbor Cuts Tree In Half Because It Was Hanging Over His Driveway

Have you ever had to deal with a petty neighbor? If not, you’re lucky. However, if you have, then you might completely relate to the madness and overall pettiness within this story. People can be wild… I’m really not too sure what goes through the minds of some folks but maybe it’s better that way. […]

Jade Small

Jade Small

Freelance Writer

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Italian Law: To Send Unsold Food To Charities Instead Of Dumpsters

Food is one of the benchmarks of the ancient and modern Italian culture, and as such, they have it in excess and mouth-watering varieties. The best chefs in the world arguably come from Italy. It’s a wonder that a country so “crazy about food” still has millions of people going hungry, with about 5.1 million […]

Thomas Nelson

Thomas Nelson

Freelance Writer

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I Had No Idea Shipping Container Homes Could Look So Good

From green infrastructure to tiny houses, architects and designers are reinventing the definition of a home. And just when you think you’ve seen it all, people are creating shipping container homes. There are about 14 million containers ‘out-of-service’ in the world, and people are using them as building blocks to create houses, cabins, offices, and […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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Ship-Shaped Floating Houses Envisioned to Form a Self-Sustaining Community

Have you always dreamed of a life at sea but also fear being so far from home? These Manila-based architects might have the solution you’re looking for with their floating houses. The best part? They are a fully sustainable way of supporting at-risk coastal communities. (1) The Sustainable Floating Houses Project In Manila With the […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

Freelance Writer

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Woman convinces boyfriend’s mistress that he died

Everyone loves a good revenge story. Especially when it comes to payback on a cheating spouse or partner. There are tales of the hurt spouse breaking up, breaking the cheater’s possession, or sending evidence of the misbehavior to their friends and family. But one woman took her scheme against her boyfriend’s mistress to the next […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer