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An encounter between a Wisconsin hunter and a deer is driving the internet wild to the tune of over 13 million views by 8 p.m. Tuesday night, Nov. 21. Dan W Hartley, of Janesville, Wis., posted the now-viral video to his Facebook page on Nov. 18, and has since been shared nearly 350,000 times. The video is a seven-minute encounter between Hartley and a large buck. The video starts out showing the buck within inches of Hartley.
PEPIN COUNTY, Wis.—A hunter in Wisconsin claims he never saw the all-white coat of the albino deer he shot and killed Saturday morning, Nov. 18. The hunter claimed to only see the brown on the top of its head before eventually killing the animal, according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. "If it's an all-white deer—not including the head, hooves or the tarsal glands—then it's a protected animal," Wisconsin DNR conservation warden Richard Rosen said in an interview with WEAU-TV.
Over the course of his nearly 50-year imprisonment, cult leader and convicted serial killer Charles Manson gave his fair share of interviews to local and national media. But for many, one interview in particular stood out above the rest. The interview took place in 1989, 20 years after Manson orchestrated the gruesome murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others in Los Angeles during the summer of 1969.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. - As it turns out, weddings aren't the only occasion you should try on a suit before the big day. You can now add "going to Mars" as another one of those occasions. As part of a video series published by The Verge on their YouTube channel Aug. 15, 2017, science reporter Loren Grush paid a visit to the campus of the University of North Dakota to try on an innovative space suit in the process of being designed to be suitable on Mars.
COON RAPIDS, Minn.—In the name of "no good deed going unnoticed," an officer with the Coon Rapids, Minn. Police Department is being recognized by a fellow officer for going above and beyond the call of duty. According to a post on the Coon Rapids Police Department Facebook page: On Nov. 9, 2017, an officer with the Coon Rapids Police Department made a traffic stop. Inside the vehicle, the officer found a mother and father with five small children.
ST. PAUL, Mo. - The opening day of deer season wasn't starting out well for hunter Tim Phillips. After sitting in his tree stand all morning and not getting a chance to shoot at anything, Phillips decided to take a break, eat some breakfast and head back out to the stand that same afternoon. And it was a good thing he did. "I decided to hunt that afternoon and the monster buck walked out just before dark," Phillips told KSDK-TV. "My heart was racing when I realized it was him."
DUNCAN, Okla. - A 44-year-old Oklahoma mother who was once married to her son is now being charged with incest after marrying her 26-year-old daughter, according to a Tulsa World report. Patrica Ann Spann, 44, knowingly married her biological daughter, 26-year-old Misty Velvet Dawn Spann, in 2016, according to court records.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - All the detective wanted to know was his address. Instead, the 24-year-old suspect charged with drug and gun offenses "leaned to one side of his chair and released a loud fart before answering," a detective told the Kansas City Star. According to a report, the fart was so potent that it forced the interrogation of Sean Sykes Jr. to end prematurely after the investigator chose to leave the room. "Mr. Sykes continued to be flatulent and I ended the interview," the detective wrote.
PENDROY, Mont. — A Montana man is lucky to be alive after he was charged by a female grizzly bear while pheasant hunting Saturday, Nov. 4. According to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, two men and a hunting dog were pheasant hunting along an irrigation canal on a farm a few miles southeast of Pendroy, Mont., when a female grizzly charged out of a patch of willow trees after one of the hunters shot a pheasant.
For many, it shouldn't take long to figure out where popular digital sports publication Bleacher Report got its inspiration for the latest episode of its hit digital mini-series "Gridiron Heights." "Dear fellas, I can't believe how fast things move on the outside," a narrator says about 10 seconds in.