Monday, May 26, 2008

Big Bee Bothers British Boy Before Bombarding Bystanders

Bees typically die after stinging. That wasn't the case this time, though. A Dorset, England, mother and her son, Helene and Magnus Marshall, were walking one day when Helene heard a horrible noise coming from Magnus and Magnus said that there was a fly in his hair, so Helene went to go check it out and there was this HUGE bee in his hair trying to dig into his head. Helene picked it out and when it came out it flew into the air and went straight for the back of her head. She was really scared and asked another woman that was getting out of her car to help her and she did, but the bee came back and went into the woman's hair. Helene helped her get it out and afterwards they beat it to death. Like I said in the beginning, usually in Dorset after one sting the bees die. Helene said that it was probably from somewhere else. Also, I know you think that Helene doesn't count as a bystander if she's also the victim, bit Magnus got attacked first and the woman in the car had nothing to do with it in the first place except for when she helped the Marshalls.

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Looks Like a Hoax to Me

Many of you who surf YouTube to look for some good Nessie footage might remember this video.

It looks sorta like a hoax to me, but that's just one man's opinion. At first I thought "Jeez. They must have done a lot to do that." But then, I looked closer I decided it might be real, but the chances to me are very slim. I thought that it didn't really look like the real deal, and of course I may be wrong. But I'm not going to bet on it.

Saturday, May 3, 2008

What's Beneath Lake Pepin?

Have you heard the news? There's a monster at the bottom of Lake Pepin in Minnesota! Three years ago, a man Steve Raymond said that he saw some sort of creature with three humps and he believes that it may have just been a log. When he took a closer look, the log went under water. Good thing before it went under water he took a picture. When he developed the picture he said that it looked a lot like a sea serpent. Three years later he can't find the picture, but they at least gave him a name. Maybe not a fierce name, but a name that fits. He was named Peppy.