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  • NYC hosts flash mob "Dinner in White"

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    9/19/13

    Thousands of New Yorkers, dressed in all white, attended a secret, invitation-only dinner party in Bryant Park. CBS 2's Hazel Sanchez reports on the exclusive dining experience.
  • Bizarre cricket infestation blankets Wichita, Kan.

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    9/16/13

    Residents in Wichita, Kan., are puzzled at the discovery of thousand of crickets lining downtown streets. KWCH 12's Jim Grawe reports on the bizarre happening and what's behind it.
  • Giant poop, massive cockroach featured at inflatable art exhibit

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    4/24/13

    A new art exhibit is dropping on China. Six massive inflatable works of art are on display, occupying the future location of "M+," Hong Kong's planned museum of visual arts. CBSNews.com's Nick Dietz reports.moreless
  • Wild turkeys go on the attack

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    3/22/13

    Despite a number of churchgoers being attacked by wild turkeys, parishioners at Faith United Church of Christ in Frederick, Md., feel they have to protect the animals. WUSA 9's Bruce Leshan reports.
  • "Raining Spiders" in Brazil

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    2/19/13

    YouTube video captures a strange phenomenon in Santo Antônio da Platina, Brazil, where a group of social spiders appear to be raining down from the sky. CBSNews.com's Nick Dietz reports.
  • Swedish company sells coffin with built-in sound system

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    1/10/13

    The Swedish hi-fi store Pause is selling a coffin with a state-of-the-art sound system built-in, dubbed the "CataCoffin." The strange invention is intended to promote the company's customized music solutions.
  • Dead man's ashes turned into diamond

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    12/7/12

    The family of 24-year-old Alex Archer, who died in a car accident in Manhattan, has found a unique way to preserve his memory - turning his ashes into a diamond. KXLF's Beth Saboe reports.moreless
  • "The world's narrowest house" opens in Poland

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    10/24/12

    In Warsaw, Poland, what's being called "the world's narrowest house" has opened. Designed to be an artist's workspace, the home measures only 47.2 inches at its widest point. CBSNews.com's Nick Dietz reports.
  • Beluga whale mimics human speech

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    10/23/12

    Scientists from the National Marine Mammal Foundation in San Diego, Calif., have released an audio recording of what they says is NOC - a beluga whale - mimicking sounds of the human voice.moreless
  • "Facekinis" make a splash at China beaches

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    8/21/12

    The latest must-have accessories in Chinese beach fashion are colorful, sun-blocking masks dubbed "facekinis." CBSNews.com's Nick Dietz reports.
  • Freak storm batters southern Chile

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    6/8/11

    CBS News RAW: The storm, which is being described as a tornado, struck the heart of the town of Villarrica in southern Chile with winds of 75 to 110 miles. Nine people were injured in the rare weather phenomena which shocked residents who had never experienced such weather conditions.moreless
  • Fish Pedicure Comes to Britain

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    8/12/10

    Sole Sensation is one of a handful of fish pedicure shops to open in Britain. Customers immerse their feet in a tank of tiny Garra rufa fish which happily feast on any dead skin they can find. Hayley Platt reports.moreless
  • Musical Saw Player

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    8/12/10

    Robert Froehner is a three-time world champion musician from Grand Prairie, Texas, who plays music on a saw.
  • Kansas Combine Derby

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    8/12/10

    Thousands of people traveled to Abilene, Kan., to watch the annual combine derby. KWCH's Melody Pettit reports.
  • Pig Squealing Contest

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    8/10/10

    The pig squealing championship was held in the mountains of south west France. Visitors from all over the world came to watch participants squeal, grunt and yell. Gary Hamilton reports.
  • Real-Life Straw House Safe for 'Little Pigs'

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    8/6/10

    Scientists at the University of Bath have built a straw house that can withstand hurricane force winds. In the famous children's tale, 'The Three Little Pigs,' the 'Big Bad Wolf' easily blows down a straw house. Jim Drury reports.moreless
  • 7.2 Million Mosquitos Caught in Taiwan

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    8/3/10

    A Taiwanese company that manufactures mosquito traps hosted a mosquito catching contest that lasted one month. The winner gathered more than 4 million bugs. Gary Hamilton reports.
  • Miss Transvestite South America

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    8/2/10

    Transvestites competed for the title of Miss Transvestite South America in La Paz, Bolivia. The pageant included bikini, evening wear, and traditional clothing segments.
  • Thriller Dance World Record Attempt

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    8/2/10

    Michael Jackson fans in suburban Wisconsin attempted to break the world record for most dancers performing the dance routine from Jackson's mega music video, "Thriller". Gary Hamilton reports.
  • World's Most Expensive Hot Dog

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    7/30/10

    It's official; the Guiness World Records has declared the "haute dog" at New York's legendary Serendipity 3 as the most expensive hot dog in the world, at $69 a serving. CBSNews.com's Karina Mitchell reports.moreless
  • Whole Foods Opera

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    7/30/10

    Whole Foods shoppers in Albermarle County, Va. were surprised by opera singers that broke out into song in the produce aisle. WCAV-TV's Liz Palka reports.
  • Shark Swallows Surfer Statue

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    7/27/10

    Overnight a paper mache shark was constructed around a popular statue in Cardiff By The Sea, Calif. The shark is part of a prank but residents seem to like it. Jeff Zevely reports.moreless
  • Visit Sweden's 'Treehotel'

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    7/27/10

    The 'Treehotel' in Sweden aims to turn an elevated child's plaything into a high class hotel. The hotel will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th. Matt Cowan reports.
  • Father Forcibly Tattoos Child

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    4/23/09

    Fresno, Calif. police are looking for a gang member who allegedly held down his 7-year-old son while another man tattooed the gang group's dog paw symbol on the child's stomach.
  • Rapping Flight Attendant

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    4/13/09

    A rapping flight attendant has become a Youtube sensation. He's turning the usual dry annoucements into the highlight of the trip. Jocelyn Pierce caught up with him at LAX.
  • Economical Afterlife

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    4/13/09

    Due to tough economic times, many American families of deceased loved ones are leaning towards the cheaper alternative when dealing with the afterlife. KSFX'S Emily Baucum reports.
  • Asmoth

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    S 1 : Ep 6 - 7/5/03

    When a set of gnawed bones is found in a swimming pool changing room, Strange enlists the help of his friend and mentor Father Bernard to investigate the possibility of a demonic murder. Meanwhile, Jude's ex-boyfriend returns to settle some unfinished business with Strange.moreless
  • Incubus

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    S 1 : Ep 4 - 6/21/03

    It's Saturday night in the city, but those expecting a wild night may be biting off more than they can chew… Sunday morning and a young girl, who had been clubbing the night before, is found dead in her flat, with massive lacerations to her ribcage. Jude, Joey and a reluctant Strange find their grand day out to the zoo barred by animal rights protesters, who believe four keepers have been mauled to death. And the Reverend Mary Hapgood is convinced there is something with big teeth loose in her kitchen. Could all these events be connected? Does the local zoo provide the answer? Or is something more sinister at work?moreless
  • Costa Burra

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    S 1 : Ep 3 - 6/14/03

    Strange is suffering what appears to be a monumental hangover. Jude visits the Cathedral Library to conduct her own demonology research, but finds the texts locked away. The librarian refuses her request for access, saying she needs permission from the archivist, Canon Black. The likelihood of Jude being granted access seem small, especially as she overhears Black refusing Mr Mason access to the plans to Bishop Otterman's tomb. It transpires that the Bishop died in 1908, one of the last victims of Bone's Fever. Could Black fear a further outbreak of the disease if the tomb is re-opened? Or does he have a secret agenda? Past and present collide as Strange and Jude become embroiled in a spot of tomb raiding, while a mini-cab driver hears voices from his radio, and a little old lady proves less than harmless.moreless
  • Kaa-Jinn

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    S 1 : Ep 2 - 6/7/03

    The discovery of a headless corpse in a tattooist's parlour leads John and Jude onto the case of a demon named Kaa-Jinn, which is building a monster from the dismembered body parts of its victims.moreless
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