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Ebola fears have reached a fever pitch. Excuse the pun. This woman at the Washington, D.C. airport was spotted decked out in a homemade Hazmat suit, including a full body gown, mask, and gloves. The only thing viral in her life is this photo that was first sent to The Daily Caller then tweeted about a bajillion times.
Can a chair be cursed? English drunkard Thomas Busby sealed his fate when he murdered his father-in-law Daniel Auty in 1702. For his crimes, he was executed by hanging at a crossroads near a humble inn. But the story goes that this was not the end of Busby’s killing. A chair that looked on to the site of his execution is believed to carry a curse—whoever sits upon it will supposedly die from a frightful accident. Here are some examples. Still, the chair lingered in the inn until 1978, when the owner gifted it to the Thirsk Museum, where it now resides high on a wall, where no one need fear an accidental sitting.
You might think a cursed phone number sounds like the plot to an uninspired horror flick, but anyone who had the number listed above since its first issuing in the early 2000s has died.
That includes the CEO of a Bulgarian mobile phone company who died of cancer at 48, as well as two crooks—one a mafia boss and the other a cocaine-dealing estate agent, both of whom were “gunned down.” All three died within four years of one another. Since then, the telephone number has been suspended, and the company that owns it refuses to comment as to why.
A design flaw with Master Lock key locks is shown in this video the company probably doesn’t want you to see.
Whoppers! Dead ahead!