Freak News for Monday 9/12

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Call her crazy — A 42-year-old Dutch woman has been charged with stalk­ing after she allegedly called her boyfriend 65,000 times in the past year — that’s 178 phone calls a day!  The woman claims they were in a rela­tion­ship, so the num­ber of phone calls was com­pletely nor­mal. The 62-year-old vic­tim denies any rela­tion­ship with her. The court ordered her to have no con­tact with the man ever again.

An unex­pected guest — A woman plowed her Mer­cury Grand Mar­quis into a neighbor’s house out­side Chicagoyes­ter­day, killing him and expos­ing his marijuana-growing oper­a­tion.  Oops on both accounts! The 63-year-old’s accel­er­a­tor appar­ently jammed as she was pulling out of the dri­ve­way. The vic­tim, Zachary Isen­berg, 28, walked to his win­dow just as the car drove into his liv­ing room and his room­mate, Thomas J. Micucci, jumped off the couch just before the car rammed it through the house and out the back wall. Author­i­ties dis­cov­ered guns, cash, cocaine, and a marijuana-growing oper­a­tion in a locked bath­room. The room­mate was arrested and charged with cannabis pro­duc­tion and unau­tho­rized pos­ses­sion of a firearm. For now, the Grand Mar­quis won’t be pulled out “because the engi­neer at the scene said the house will col­lapse when it’s removed,” a sheriff’s deputy said.

Hot beef injec­tion - Add this to the list of really awful ways to go: An Illi­nois woman injected heated beef fat into her face, and died shortly there­after. Janet Hardt, 63, had done it sev­eral times before, says a source, but after inject­ing the sub­stance around her mouth and chin this time, her face became singed. She went to a hos­pi­tal with com­plaints that she was expe­ri­enc­ing a burn­ing sen­sa­tion, but died at 6:25pm. Sniff Sniff - some­thing smells like jerkey

PS — Is this what we have to look for­ward to in our early 60’s???


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