In a crime story that sounds more like from the vaults of X-Files than C.S.I., a man missing for several days was found dead with her fiancée insisting that he is actually a part-human, part-alien secret agent with a mission to save the world.
Last July 17, the decomposing corpse of Jeffrey Alan Lash, 60 years old, was found in a vehicle parked in Pacific Palisades.
His fiancée Catherine Nebron asked the help of Dawn VadBunker, her employee, so they can dispose the body. The two said they did not inform the police about the death of Lash because they knew the CIA would come to get his body. They were with him when he experienced breathing difficulties and died last July 4.
Dawn VadBunker, a mother of two, went in hiding with her employer Catherine Nebron after they left Lash' corpse in an SUV.
According to Laura VadBunker, Dawn’s mother, they have been worried about her because she was gone for days. They got even more worried when they finally had the chance to speak with her after the incident. Mrs. VadBunker believes Dawn, who has two daughters, may be having a mental breakdown. During her disappearance, Dawn wrote her family a letter of apology.
As if things weren’t interesting enough, authorities were dumbfounded upon finding what was in Lash’ LA house.
Lash' home was filled with 1,200 different firearms and 6.5 tons of ammunition.
Most of the guns have never been used with some still bearing their price tags.
The police said Lash’ massive collection had everything from pistols, shotguns, and rifles.
According to Commander Andrew Smith, a single truck wasn’t enough to remove all the guns and ammo from the location.
Commander Smith said:
“Our truck couldn’t carry it all. We had to go back and make another trip.”
He further added:
“It’s not a crime to have a large number of weapons so long as they were legal to own and legally obtained. We want to make sure that’s the case.”
How Lash managed to amass such a massive gun collection is just beyond the authorities right now.
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Millions of Dangerous, Fake Condoms From China Exported to Various Countries
Expired condoms are recycled, applied with cheap oil and re-packaged as new. Horrific!
We've featured lots of fake products available in the market today. Fake rice, chocolate drink and all other edible stuff that reckless people make just to make money. The most shocking fake stuff featured are those that are edible because these are the food we eat -- we put it inside our bodies for nutrition and health yet these may be the very reasons that can kill us.
It seems like people can fake everything because we found yet another consumer product that is being faked for we don't know how many years now -- condoms.
Fake condoms were made in a makeshift workshop in Shanghai.
10 Hilarious but Honest Pregnancy Sayings That Every Mother Could Relate To
A hilarious yet brutally honest take on pregnancy.
Prior to being pregnant, I seriously thought pregnancy was a bed of roses. I probably need to blame the media for depicting pregnant moms as calm, peace-loving, and close-to-perfect individuals who are having the time of their lives.
But after being pregnant twice, I have finally uncovered the truth about this phase of motherhood that no one wants to talk about. While it certainly prepares mothers for the best moment of their lives, pregnancy can also bring out the worst in you. Unpredictable hormonal changes, horrific stretch marks, unbearable body pain, and erratic mood swings are some of the not-so-fun things that come with having a bun in the oven.
A Facebook page called Mommie Poppins, owned by Meghna Shah, perfectly described the real struggles of pregnancy and being a new mom through a series of cute illustrations. Shah collaborated with the artists behind Handmade by Ridhika to come up with the hilarious but brutally honest memes....
Three-Month-Old Baby Left Blind in One Eye After Family Friend Took His Picture
The camera’s flash caused irreparable damage to the child’s macula, the doctors said.
All babies are adorable. Just one glimpse at their sweet faces can relieve us of our burdens after a hard day's work. Whether they're smiling their sweetest smile or just peacefully sleeping, the sight of those angels is enough to remove our stress. That is why most proud parents, including their relatives and their closest friends, store numerous photos of their babies on their mobile phones so they can look at those cute faces whenever they need a dose of happiness.
There's nothing wrong with taking a baby's picture, but parents should be on guard because the flash from a camera or a mobile phone can harm an infant's eyes.
A three-month-old child from China was left blind in one eye after a family friend failed to turn off the flash of a camera phone. The family friend held the phone 10 inches away to take a close-up photograph of the baby boy. According to the People's Daily Online, the parents of the child noticed that there was something wrong with the child's vision shortly after the picture was taken....