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If You See This Happening At Walmart, Run For Your Life…

If You See This Happening At Walmart, Run For Your Life…

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Walmart is a store where seeing something out of the ordinary is actually expected. Usually that "out of the ordinary" translates to something gross or bizarre...and it's generally not life-threatening. That is, unless you happened to be shopping at a particular Phoenix, Arizona, Walmart last week. Let's just say what happened was very, *ahem* explosive... It began as an ordinary day at this Phoenix, Arizona, Walmart. YouTube That is, until these vandals (pictured in the security camera footage below) showed up. YouTube For whatever reason, they decided it would be a good idea to light up the entire fireworks display inside the store and hig...
These Lights Appeared Over Phoenix In 1997, And No One Has A Logical Explanation

These Lights Appeared Over Phoenix In 1997, And No One Has A Logical Explanation

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On March 13, 1997, the people of Phoenix, Arizona, experienced something that changed many people's perceptions of the world around them forever. The Phoenix Lights hovered over the city almost 20 years ago, and the phenomenon has yet to be fully explained. Starting around 7:30 p.m., reports began flooding into police stations and news agencies of mysterious lights appearing in the sky about 300 miles from the Nevada state line through Phoenix, and all the way to the edge of Tucson. Wikipedia The most famous of these lights were the ones over Phoenix, which you can see in the image below. Thousands of witnesses claimed to have seen these lights hovering over the city. They lingered for a few hours before disappearing. ...
This Book Changed Lives, But The Man Behind It Turned Into An Accidental Killer

This Book Changed Lives, But The Man Behind It Turned Into An Accidental Killer

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Remember when Oprah was obsessed with "The Secret"? One year after the bestselling book shot to worldwide fame, the motivational speaker behind its founding principles was convicted of negligent homicide. Rhonda Byrne, author of "The Secret," was largely inspired by motivational speaker James Arthur Ray, who starred in an earlier film by the same name. The book claimed that thinking positive thoughts would lead to positive events and circumstances. Conversely, negative thoughts would lead to negative consequences. Some followers even went as far as to believe that "the secret" could cure cancer. Others claimed that victims of natural disasters had brought the devastation on themselves. Controversy abounded, but it was nothing...