Several people have taken it to Twitter to post pictures showing a strange object floating through the Houston clouds during a storm. Some of the pictures show a bright oval object hovering. An unrelated picture shows a similar object through clouds. There are others, some showing what appears to be lights underneath the ‘thing.’
A Polish priest who carried out an exorcism on a teenage girl now claims he is being contacted by Satan – via text message.
Now he believes that the demon is using the possessed teenager to attack him through a mobile phone.
‘The author of these texts is an evil spirit who has possessed her soul’, he said.
‘Often the owners of mobile phones are not even aware that they are being used like this. However, in this case it is clear.’
Father Rajchel claims that the devil and his followers were not shy about using modern technology but that in many cases their actions were not identified as being the work of evil.
One of the text messages, the Austrian Times reported, read: ‘She will not come out of this hell. She’s mine. Anyone who prays for her will die.’
He replied, and was then sent another message in return: ‘Shut up, preacher. You cannot save yourself. Idiot. You pathetic old preacher.’
He said: ‘Clearly this young girl has been possessed, and needs further help.’
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Robert Burt was busted for operating under the influence and driving without a license. Burt, a resident of the central Maine town of Pittsfield, posed for a June 14 booking photo (seen below) at the Somerset County Jail. He was wearing a white t-shirt and held a slate in his right hand.
After copping a drunk driving plea, Burt was ordered to spend two days in custody, beginning August 8 at 6 PM. “Going to do my 48 hours whoo,” Burt announced on Facebook two hours before surrendering.
When he later arrived at the jail, Burt was searched, directed to pose for a mug shot, and shown to a cell. He was especially prepared for the booking photo session.
As seen in the above mug shot, a coworker of Burt’s at a Pittsfield restaurant created a shirt with a reproduction of the booking photo taken following his mid-June arrest. The t-shirt photo was captioned “Burt Family Reunion 8/8-8/10/2014” and “sponsored by Bud Light and Somerset County Sheriff.”
Beneath Burt’s mug shot was a second image showing a cat sitting on a couch flanked by a TV remote and a bottle of Bud Light. The cat photo, sadly, was too far down the shirt to be captured by the jail’s mug shot camera.
Burt, who happily wore the orange shirt for his jail photo, subsequently wrote on Facebook that corrections officers made him hold the slate in a way “so you could see the shirt.” He added, “They laughed there asses off haha.” The shirt’s mention of a family reunion is an apparent reference to an incarcerated Burt relative.
Following his 48 hours in the clink, Burt emerged from the Somerset County lockup last Sunday evening and went to Facebook to share the good news with friends. “I’m out bitchs,” he wrote. Two days later, he delivered a glowing review of his jail photo. “Probably the best mug shot ever haha,” Burt decreed.
She turned to investigators, who found a November 2013 marriage certificate to the other woman.
Investigators also found that Pixley is allegedly married to two additional women in unions dating back to 1988, according to WIS.
Each of his alleged wives lives in a different South Carolina county.
Newbery County Sheriff Lee Foster told the station that Pixley may have even more wives. Pixley was “not into wanting to talk” about his marital status, Foster said.
“[Pixley] had made just a few comments regarding that he thought maybe it was a misunderstanding, but past that, he didn’t have anything else to say.”
A behemoth of a crocodile was captured on tape chasing a young boy through Mexican waters as terrified onlookers attempted a rescue.
The video, first published by Noticaribe “not long ago,” shows the young male, thought to be a tourist, fleeing for the shore in Sian Ka’an. Behind him, a crocodile gives chase. The videographer, Manuel Carrera, shot video from the Boca Paila bridge above.
Just as the crocodile closes in, one of the onlookers throws an object that distracts it long enough for the boy to make it to shore.
“Fortunately… the boy was saved because the crocodile is well fed and chased at a pace that allowed him to reach the shore,” Carrera said, according to 9 News.
Watch the video above to see the terrifying action.
A group of Alabama hunters are celebrating the catch of a lifetime: A 15-foot-long alligator weighing more than 1,000 pounds.
( ) reports the monster gator was pulled from the water in south Alabama early Saturday during the state’s alligator hunting season.
Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries biologists were able to measure the gator at 15 feet, but weighing it posed a challenge.
The first attempt completely destroyed a winch assembly used to hoist most average gators. So they had to use a backhoe to lift the animal. It weighed in at 1,011.5 pounds.
The gator is the largest ever legally killed by an Alabama hunter. It was caught by Mandy and John Stokes, Kevin Jenkins and his children, 16-year-old Savannah and 14-year-old Parker.