Mysterious White Flags On Brooklyn Bridge Baffle NYPD

The New York Police Department has a baffling mystery on its hands. Someone scaled the Brooklyn bridge last night or early this morning and raised 2 gigantic white flags where American flags usually fly. Police are trying to figure out if the white flags were put there by terrorists or pranksters — and how they managed to bypass the bridge’s tight security.

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Mysterious object washed up on beach

A mysterious object that washed up on a beach in the Maldives Islands could be a fire extinguisher bottle from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.

The object, which police described as a naval sea mine, washed up on the beach near Baarah on Monday, Islanders tell Haveeruh.com.

But some are speculating that the object is a Halon extinguisher bottle like the type used in aircraft cargo holds to extinguish fires.

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malaysian-airlines-lose-yourself-ad-hoax

A Facebook post that purported to be a reproduction of an old Malaysia Airlines ad went viral on social media websites over the weekend. The ad shows a Malaysia Airlines plane along with the advertising copy, “OUR NEW BOEING 777 – LOSE YOURSELF ON A JOURNEY OF EPIC PROPORTIONS.” According to Urban Legends, the ad is a hoax. But did we really need Urban Legends to tell us that?

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sea creature in Spain

A mysterious sea creature has washed up onshore in Villaricos, Spain, leaving everyone scratching their heads. A woman found the decomposing carcass on the beach early Thursday, according to a report on ThinkSpain.com.

“A lady found one part and we helped her retrieve the rest,” said Maria Sanches of Civil Protection in Cuevas. “We have no idea what it was. It really stank.” The carcass sprouts shattered bones (which some mistook for horns) on one end and is about 13 feet long.

Photos of the “sea monster” are going viral on social networks and making headlines all over the world. Some speculate humorously that the creature is a distant relative to the Loch Ness Monster.

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Missing Teacher's Body Found in Submerged Car Police in Louisiana believe they have found the body of missing teacher, Terrilynn Monette.

Monette’s black Honda was found by a diver submerged in a Louisiana bayou, CNN reports.

Monette, 26, was last seen leaving Parlay’s Dream Lounge in New Orleans on March 2, after celebrating her nomination for a “Teacher of the Year” award with friends.

The diver continued to look for Monette’s car in waterways long after police called off their search in March, Detective Daniel Seuzeneau of the Slidell Police Department, told CNN.

Monette’s mother, Toni Enclade, told CNN that police informed her that her daughter’s car was found with a decomposed body in the driver’s seat.

“To know that she could have possibly been there for three months,” she said, overcome with emotion.

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