Bill Ayotte, a 69-year-old man attempted to help a woman who was being attacked by a polar bear by fending it off with a shovel but the bear turned on him too. It could have been worse if neighbors hadn’t rushed to his aid even if the guy had clothes on! Doug Webber woke up and went to his window and said that’s when he “saw the bear kind of chewing on Bill.” That’s when he ran out of his house baring all to God and country, jumped in his car and attempted to move the bear. That’s a good neighbor.
Zombies are everywhere these days ― even underwater! PADI master diving instructor Woody Tinsley has helped add another layer to the zombie mythology by offering scuba divers the opportunity to navigate the water while simultaneously fending off the undead in his Zombie Apocalypse Diver course! Tinsley told Yahoo News in an interview from central Connecticut where the course takes place. “We cover areas like supply gathering, fishing and medical first aid.” He enlists experienced professionals who dress up as zombies and pursue divers from both above and below the surface of the water. “I’ve liked zombies since before they were cool,” Tinsley said. “It’s a very challenging course but very fun and exciting.”
Canada‘s border services agency say it has stumbled upon a different kind of Halloween surprise in some pumpkins this year. Authorities believe three pumpkins found in a woman’s luggage at the Trudeau International Airport in Montreal airport were stuffed with approximately 2 kilograms (4.4 pounds) of cocaine. Scanning equipment had detected masses inside the pumpkins. Those masses turned out to be bags filled with the chalky substance. A border agency spokeswoman was not able to say where the passenger was coming from or whether she was a Canadian citizen. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have taken over the investigation.