Neal Pollard The chilling audio from Richard "Beebo" Russell reveals an internal conflict nobody, not family, friend, or co-workers, knew was going on. The 29 year old ground worker at Seattle-Tacoma International airport took a Horizon Air Dash-8 airplane on an unauthorized joy ride, complete with complicated aerial stunts before crashing into a remote island … Continue reading “Just A Broken Guy…”
Neal Pollard Samuel Feldman may hold the distinction as the most famous bread vandal in history. He did $8,000 worth of damage to bread and cookies throughout the Bucks County, Pennsylvania, area. He was going around "poking, pinching, and squeezing" bags of bread and packages of cookies. Finally, one store, suspecting Feldman, put him under … Continue reading Are You A Bread Squeezer?
Neal Pollard Shortly before Joab turns the tide of Absalom’s rebellion by killing him, David, the rebel’s father, had reached a low ebb in his reign. David and his faithful followers had been on the run from Absalom for some time, hiding and trying to escape rout and death. Worry was a regular exercise for … Continue reading “The People…In The Wilderness”
Neal Pollard That's what Tidewater resident Laila Cheikh might want to know. She made a cash withdrawal for her cab company drivers from her Newport News, Virginia, Bank of America branch and got an unexpected "gift." Someone accidentally included a dye pack, like those given to bank robbers, in her bag of cash. It exploded, … Continue reading “What Ever Happened To Toasters?” (*)