L. Frank Baum’s 1900 novel ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’ is one of the greatest stories ever told. The 1939 Judy Garland classic ‘The Wizard of Oz’ remains of the greatest films of all time. And now, Disney has just unveiled the first trailer for a “prequel” to that classic story.
BASE jumper Gary Connery of England has become the first man to skydive and land safely (this was required to claim the record) without deploying a parachute. How did he manage to pull that off? Well, the professional stuntman glided himself into a pile of cardboard boxes. 18,600 of them.
Batman is one of the oldest comic book creations of our time. We’ve seen everything from the campy Batman from the original television series to Christopher Nolan’s gritty Caped Crusader in ‘The Dark Knight.’ Nolan’s Batman wasn’t fun, never smiled and underwent a throat-wrenching voice change every time Bruce Wayne put on the Batsuit.
So not the kind of Batman kids would like at a birthday party.
When the ‘Harry Potter‘ franchise was all the rage, some students brought the fictional game of Quidditch to life, even giving the sport a league of its own. With the impending release of the next big teen franchise, ‘The Hunger Games,’ a high school in Connecticut has created a real life version of the game — minus the ‘battle-to-your-death’ part. And would you believe it’s being hosted by the school’s library?
Time to go “awwwww” again. This burly old man seems to possess the amazing ability to put a litter of Boxer puppies to sleep just by singing to them. He begins singing softly to them, and one by one, the puppies just fall into their blankets and close their eyes.
In June 2011, Jack Froese died from heart arrhythmia at age 32. But five months after his death, his friends started receiving posthumous emails from Froese’s account. At first they were shocked, but as the emails continued to come in, and with a personal touch, Froese’s friends say they don’t mind the messages anymore.
Nature’s force is at times awe-inspiring, but often downright scary. A woman in West Liberty, Kentucky experienced this first hand when she captured footage of a huge tornado heading towards her direction.
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