In one of the craziest, most science fiction-esque paternity cases in recent memory, a man failed a paternity test — only to learn that the semen used during IVF was made up of cells from the man's own unborn twin. Confused? See how geneticists explained the situation, which is believed to be the first of its kind.
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Maryland bride Brelyn Bowman gave her father — a pastor — a gynecologist-signed "Certificate of Purity" on her recent wedding day. See what Brelyn said about why she wanted to prove she was still a virgin and how she's reacted to the publicity.
What actually happened on a Sunday flight to Ireland sounds eerily like a plotline in the Walking Dead web series Flight 462. A 24-year-old man in distress bit another passenger before he was treated by another passenger...and was found without a pulse. One observer said the noise the distressed person was making "was like something that I’d never heard before."
Attn. Ryan Murphy: After some freaky witch-like stuff went down at a Florida high school a few years back, the district has agreed to pay the families of three deceased students $200,000 each. Get the too-crazy-to-be-true details...
Jewel Shuping has a condition known as Body Integrity Identity Disorder (BIID). People with this condition believe they are supposed to be disabled, despite being healthy, able-bodied adults. In Jewel's case, her desire was to be blind. Jewel says she met with a psychologist, who agreed to blind her by pouring drain cleaner into her eyes. Read for all the interesting details of this story!
TLC is known for featuring outrageous stories of the different and unusual. Their newest special is no exception. Andrew Wardle is a 40-year-old average Joe hailing from the U.K. He lives a normal life with an abnormal secret: he doesn't have a penis. Read on to find out more about his rare condition.
A couple who had to miss a wedding at the last minute were in for a serious surprise a few weeks later when the newlyweds billed them for the meal by saying they expected "reimbursement." Does that seem fair, or out of line?
A 22-year-old man from Vermont was so desperate to get fired from his job at a chocolate factory that he went to extreme lengths to get on his boss's radar. See what he did and the repercussions he now faces...beyond getting canned.