Friday 6/23


Cana­dian stu­dents at an all-girls pri­vate school had to be res­cued from a “mass hyp­no­sis,” which lasted for five hours in one case! Hyp­no­tist Maxime Nadeau had to call on his men­tor Richard Whit­bread to help. Whit­bread said “Their eyes were open and there was nobody home.”  Whit­bread used a tech­nique in which he re-hypnotized the girls, and then brought them out using a stern voice. He said that because Nadeau was a young, attrac­tive man, the young girls were per­haps too will­ing to fol­low his instructions.

Texas woman Stephanie Dil­lard crashed her car into a bus stop, bang­ing it up pretty seri­ously, but not caus­ing any major injuries to her­self or her three kids. The trauma did, how­ever, jar her sweet tooth into action, so she wan­dered over to a CVS drug store and headed straight for the freezer, where she helped her­self to a con­tainer of ice cream and started to dis­robe!  The snack didn’t soothe her nerves, since offi­cers reported “she put up a fight” when they arrived on the scene to arrest her for leav­ing the scene of an accident.

A Mass­a­chu­setts woman is feel­ing under par after get­ting her car stuck in a local golf course sand trap – a mishap she blamed on her GPS and not the half-liter of vodka she admit­ted to drink­ing before noon. Patri­cia Mal­one was unsteady on her feet and slur­ring her words when cops arrived to find her spin­ning her wheels in the trap – which she says she hit after the device told her to turn left, which she did. Mal­one, who thought she had dri­ven into a corn­field, had a Burger King cup filled with booze next to her in the car, but con­tin­ued to blame her nav­i­ga­tion sys­tem. The woman, who faces a vari­ety of mis­de­meanors, also told a respond­ing offi­cer that she “didn’t even like golf.”

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