Katie Clay knew she was expecting a baby but had no idea her child would be delivered in the parking lot of a potato processing plant.
In recent months, we have all been subjected to far more social media than we would normally experience. Many of us have spent more time at home with our families than normal.
A young Pennsylvania couple had always wanted to be parents but never expected to go from zero to nine children in just three years.
A business owner and his partner bought the entire contents of a toy shop to give to families who need presents this Christmas. Ryan Powell, owner of Brecongate Projects purchased all the toys left at D. Emlyn Lloyd in Ystrad Mynach for families in need following the announcement that non-essential retailers are to close.
Visiting Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi, Lapland Finland just before Christmas. Meet the Father Christmas and Santa’s reindeer and husky dogs at the Arctic Circle. Visit the Santa Claus Main Post Office and Santa Claus Office in Finnish Lapland. Incredible reindeer of Santa Claus. Santa Claus lives in his house in Santa’s Village.
Autistic schoolboy, 11, spends hours drawing breathtakingly detailed cityscapes from MEMORY including London, Paris and New York
The problem appears to be that folk simply don’t think before they buy anything these days. If they see it in media then they trust what they see.
An expert witness has told a San Francisco court that where foetal hearts are used in research they are harvested from living babies. The shocking evidence was given by Dr Theresa Deisher on the last day of the preliminary hearing of charges against undercover journalists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt who have been charged with 14 felony counts of taping without consent.
The Heartless Mother who slowly took her Daughter’s Life.
There are many stories of young women being kidnapped and locked up by the foulest of men for their own gratification. But what if your kidnapper was your own mother? Aristocrat Blanche Monnier’s story may be over a century old, but that doesn’t make it any less terrifying.
East LA family moves from shed to apartment, thanks to money from 8-year-old son’s plant business.