Nicole Gainey of Port St. Lucie, FL couldn’t believe what caused her to be handcuffed by police officers. One Saturday afternoon, Gainey gave her 7-year-old son, Dominic, permission to walk from their home to the park.
In 2013, a rare event took place. Over Memorial Day weekend, Guillermina Garcia gave birth to three baby girls and two baby boys at the University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City. The children were named Esmeralda, Fatima, Marissa, Fernando and Jordan. All of the babies were healthy, but they needed to stay at the hospital for six weeks to receive care. Their doctor expects that they will live healthy lives. The favorable prognosis is due to the fact that the babies stayed in the womb for 7 weeks longer than most other quintuplets. That is why mom’s giant belly was covered in bruises.
Lina Medina was a normal kid, born on September 27, in 1933 in Ticrapo, Peru. But one day everything has changed. During the period when she was five years old, her parents have noticed that Lina’s stomach was growing abruptly in size and that she was becoming mature enough.
Teens across the country have found a new way to get high. The new “drug” costs less than $1 and has the same effects as LSD. Somehow they’ve discovered that eating seeds and plants can have intoxicating effects, including hallucinations and euphoria.