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Scantily clad ‘witches’ caught munching on deer carcass in bizarre security cam footage


A nurse and nature lover in Canada reportedly captured footage of what she said appeared to be “two witches holding a carcass-eating ritual” with a camera she set up near her home.

“I don’t know what the heck was up with that,” Corinea Stanhope, 36, of Powell River, British Columbia, told Kennedy News. “It really freaked us out, it’s not something you see every day.

After coming across a deer carcass in a garden on her property, Stanhope explained that she set up the camera to surveil any animals that might take interest in the dead deer.

“Me and my grandpa put up a trail camera to see if we could see animals, and we got a bobcat [on camera], which was pretty cool,” she said, but added that her 76-year-old grandfather Bob was horrified when he checked the footage and saw what appeared to be scantily-clad woman chomping down on the carcass at night.

“I came the next day and grandpa said he’d got naked people on the camera and I said, ‘No, you didn’t. Bulls—.’ So he showed me,” she said.
Stanhope noted to the outlet that the carcass-chompers emerged about 10 minutes after sunset looking “disheveled” and like they were wearing wigs.

“You can’t really tell from the photos, but the hoof was brought right up to her mouth,” she said. “I don’t know if she was kissing it, smelling or eating it, but to touch a decaying carcass like that makes me feel sick. The amount of bacteria that must have been on there
Maybe they were paying their respects, but they were naked,” she added.

Stanhope noted that she was “creeped out” because the incident took place just a two-minute walk from her house and that she feared for the safety of her horses.

“I was concerned about them messing with my horses at night,” she said. “The horses always get really spooked and unnerved around that area. I thought they imagined stuff at first, so I didn’t think anything of it. Maybe I believe them now.
The nurse hoped that the incident was simply a prank or that the participants were “on some good drugs.” She decided against contacting the police after her grandfather noted that nothing technically illegal had happened

Social media erupted after Stanhope posted the photos online, with some claiming it was a prank, while others speculated there was a satanic or other paranormal element at work.
That’s basically a walking demon from hell,” one user wrote. “If you hear screaming stay inside and get a gun you leave it alone.

Others theorized that the figures were “skinwalkers” or “wendigos,” both of which are malevolent supernatural entities associated with Native American folklore.

Maryland mother, daughter charged in murder of grandmother inside family’s home


Police in Maryland are accusing a mother of killing a grandmother and then trying to hide the remains with the help of her own 19-year-old daughter.
Candace Craig, 44, and Salia Hardy are facing charges following the death of 71-year-old Margaret Craig inside a home in Landover in late May, according to the Prince George’s County Police Department.
Police say on June 2, officers responded to a home for a welfare check after a “911 caller advised he had not communicated with Margaret Craig for several days and was worried for her welfare.”
“Candace Craig answered the door and allowed patrol officers access to the home to search for Margaret Craig. When the officers entered the basement, they immediately smelled the odor of decomposition,” the Prince George’s County Police Department said in a statement
Based on additional evidence gathered at the home, as well as multiple interviews, the preliminary investigation suggests Candace Craig murdered her mother on May 23, 2023,” the statement continued. “The following day, Hardy helped her mother attempt to dispose of the remains.”
The motive for the killing is unclear and “remains under investigation,” police say.
“The detectives of the Homicide Unit will ensure a thorough investigation is conducted and that both suspects are held accountable for their cruel and criminal behavior,” said Major David Blazer, the commander of the department’s major crimes division.
Candace Craig is facing charges of first and second-degree murder, while Hardy is charged with accessory after the fact.
Both women are currently in custody.
“The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner will confirm the victim’s identity and attempt to identify the cause of death,” police also said.
The killing comes months after a grandmother in North Carolina was charged with murder after allegedly beating her 8-year-old granddaughter to death.
In that case, deputies with the Nash County Sheriff’s Office were called to a hospital in February after a juvenile was taken into the emergency room with severe injuries and was pronounced dead upon arrival.
Investigators determined the girl was beaten so severely by her grandmother that she died from her injuries. She and several other siblings lived with the grandmother, who was their legal guardian.
The grandmother, identified as 72-year-old Patricia Ann Ricks, made no statement after being transported to the sheriff’s office. She was charged with first-degree murder and felony child abuse with serious injury.

Texas dad Colby Richards found safe family overjoyed


Texas authorities on Friday found Colby Richards, a husband and father of two, exactly one week after he went missing from his home in Spring.
Richards, 31, woke up early on May 26 and disappeared from home without his phone or wallet, according to his family, who had been organizing search efforts for a week to help find him.
“Hallelujah and praise the Lord!!! Colby has been found alive! We don’t have details yet, but we are overjoyed at the positive outcome. We will share what we can when we can,” his family wrote in a Friday afternoon Facebook post.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) confirmed Friday that Richards was found “safe walking in the area of Research Forest and Kuykendahl, The Woodlands.
Mr. Richards is being evaluated by MCHD medics and a Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Mental Health Unit,” the sheriff’s office wrote. “Detectives will eventually speak with Colby Richards about the circumstances surrounding his disappearance; however, it will be some time before he is interviewed.
The sheriff’s office and Richards’ family thanked the community for their help in locating the 31-year-old father.

Florida woman was shoplifting when her car with 2 children inside burst into flames


A Florida woman was shoplifting inside a retail store when she left two children unattended in a vehicle that burst into flames, police said.

Alicia Moore, 24, an Orlando resident, is charged with aggravated child neglect and arson, FOX Orlando reported.

Moore parked her car outside a Dillard’s department store at the Oviedo Mall and left two children “who could not care for themselves” inside the vehicle, authorities said.

She then went into the store and began shoplifting with a man, police said.

After about an hour, Moore left the store and found her vehicle engulfed in flames. She dropped the stolen items before leaving the store, the news report said.

Witnesses saw the car on fire and rescued the children inside.

One child suffered first-degree burns to her face and ears.

Authorities are not sure what started the fire.

Girl, 4, found dead in Florida canal near family’s vacation rental


A 4-year-old girl in Florida was found dead near her family’s vacation rental in Port Charlotte, Florida, officials said.
The Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office said the girl, 4-year-old Evelyn Geer, had been missing for “several hours” after wandering off from her family’s VRBO vacation rental home.
Deputies said that Greer was located along the water’s edge down the canal behind the vacation rental home her family was staying in.
Greer’s body was found while officials were searching the area by boat.
Please keep the family in your prayers as they go through this unbearable time,” the sheriff’s office said.
The sheriff’s office was using air search methods as well as a bloodhound dog to assist in looking for the child.
Port Charlotte is located about 45 minutes away from Fort Myers, Florida

Jacky Oh, former ‘Wild ‘N Out’ star dead at 32


Jacky Oh, a former cast member of Nick Cannon’s “Wild ‘N Out,” has died at the age of 32.

A BET Media Group spokesperson confirmed her death to Fox News Digital.

“We are deeply saddened by the passing of Jacklyn Smith, known to the world as Jacky Oh, a talented ‘Wild N’ Out’ family member whose impact will be forever treasured and missed. Jacky Oh was a loving friend and beloved colleague of the ‘Wild N’ Out’ cast throughout five seasons,” the statement said.

“More importantly, she was a tremendous mother to three beautiful children. The BET Media Group extends our sincere condolences to the Smith family, DC Young Fly, B Simone, Nick Cannon, and all friends who loved and cared for Jacky Oh during this difficult time.”

Jacky Oh shared three kids with her longtime partner and famed YouTuber D.C. Young Fly, 31, whose real name is John Whitfield.

“We thank everyone for their well wishes and ask for privacy during this difficult time,” DC Young Fly said in a statement to Fox News Digital.

BET’s statement was additionally posted on “Wild ‘N Out’s” Instagram page with a photo of Jacky Oh.

Tributes poured in for Jacky Oh in the comments section from former and current cast members, including Justina Valentine, DJ-D-Wrek, Tim Chantarangsu, along with fans.

“Heartbroken. Such an amazing soul…RIP Jacky,” one comment read.

Other fans sent prayers to her partner D.C. Young Fly and his loving family.

Jacky Oh was featured as one of the “Wild ‘N Out” girls on the popular comedy show.

In 2015, she and D.C. Young Fly met during his first appearance on “Wild ‘N Out.” The couple welcomed three kids — Nala, Prince and Nova — according to People.

Prior to her death, Jacky Oh was outspoken about being a mom of three and truly cherished her moments with her kids.

“i do a lot . but being a mommy is my favorite,” she shared on her recent post.

“God chose me 3X…I promise i never take it for granted . Im so damn blessed man!”

In addition to being an actress, Jacky Oh had a make-up line and sold real estate.

Louisiana high school grad still lost at sea after Coast Guard calls off search


The Coast Guard called off its search for a recent Louisiana high school grad who fell overboard while on a cruise in the Bahamas.

Cameron Robbins, 18, graduated from University Laboratory School (U-High) in Baton Rouge and went on a celebratory boat ride with several hundred students.

On Wednesday night, he reportedly jumped overboard on a dare. Reports from that night said it was inclement weather.
After a two-day, 325-mile search, the U.S. Coast Guard said on Friday it ended its search-and-rescue efforts that were coordinated with the Royal Bahamas Defence Force.

Our Coast Guard command center and aircrews based in Miami supported RBDF search and rescue efforts since the initial report , and continued through Friday evening,” Lt. Cmdr. Matthew Spado, Coast Guard liaison officer to the Bahamas, said in a statement

“We were informed by the RBDF this evening that they were suspending the active search efforts pending further developments, and were not requesting further Coast Guard assistance after notifying the Robbins family.
We offer our sincerest condolences to Cameron Robbins’ family and friends.

Robbins was a standout baseball player who attended the school for more than a decade and left a lasting impression on his classmates and teachers.

Kevin George, the director of Lab School, told local news outlet WBRZ, that Robbins is a “special kid.
He’s “been here throughout his entire educational career. He’s an athlete, great kid, great smile, great head of hair. Just one of the kids you’re so proud of when they cross the stage,” George said.
The Royal Bahamas Police Force said it’s investigating claims that Robbins leaped into the water on a dare.

The school has held multiple prayer vigils over the last couple of days, and the school said it’s making counselors available to students and teachers.

Oklahoma teen Madeline Bills ex-boyfriend charged with her rape and murder


An Oklahoma high school girl found dead in her room last month was allegedly raped and murdered by her ex-boyfriend.

Madeline Bills, 18, was strangled to death inside her bedroom at her family’s home in Moore FOX25 Oklahoma City reported, citing a state medical examiner’s autopsy report.

Investigators found signs of rape at the scene, which The Oklahoman reported was an unattached pool house that had been converted into a bedroom.

Chace Cook, 19, who is reported to be Bills’ ex-boyfriend, was arrested in Illinois earlier this month in connection with the alleged rape.

Video discovered on Cook’s cellphone on the night of the murder appears to show him “having sex with the victim, who appears to be unconscious,” according to a police affidavit obtained by The Oklahoman.

Detectives had also learned that Bills told friends she was afraid of Cook and planned to move inside the main house in case he would try to harm her, the affidavit said.

Cook was formally charged with her murder after the medical examiner’s findings.

The Bills family released a statement following their daughter’s death, which read, in part:

“We want Madeline’s life to be forever defined by how she lived, how she loved, and the countless ways she uplifted everyone. We want her to be remembered for all she gave her friends and family. She was a beautiful soul, a bold competitor on the basketball court, and a beloved child of God.”

Cook was extradited from Illinois and is being held without bond at the Cleveland County Jail.

Kentucky Derby-winning horse Fusaichi Pegasus dead at 26


Fusaichi Pegasus, the winning horse of the 2000 Kentucky Derby, has died due to complications of old age, his owners said. The horse was 26.

Fusaichi Pegasus was euthanized at Ashford Stud in Versailles, Kentucky, due to the infirmities of old age, his farm said. The horse was purchased as a yearling for $4 million by Fusao Sekiguchi at the 1998 Keeneland July sale by Hall of Famer Neil Drysdale.

“Fu Peg was a fantastic racehorse and a colorful character,” Ashford Stud general manager Dermot Ryan said in a news release. “I would like to thank Richard Barry and all of his team, past and present, for providing the highest level of care for him throughout his time at Ashford.

Fusaichi Pegasus won the San Felipe Stakes and Wood Memorial before winning the 2000 Kentucky Derby as a 2-1 favorite. It was the first time the favorite had won since 1979. The Kent Desormeaux-ridden horse defeated Aptitude by 1.5 lengths. He finished second in the Preakness.

Fusaichi Pegasus retired with six wins in nine runnings and earnings of $1,994,4000.

The horse began his stud career in 2001 at Ashmore, with Coolmore paying around $60 million for his stallions rights – a record at the time. He sired six champions around the world and such Grae 1 stakes winners as Bandini, Champ Pegasus, Haradasun, and Roman Ruler.

He performed stallion duties in the Southern Hemisphere that produced Bronzo. His stud career ended in 2020.

College baseball player, 19, dies from a head injury after dugout collapses


A Central Penn College baseball player has died after a makeshift dugout collapsed.

Angel Mercado-Ocasio, 19, suffered a traumatic brain injury on Monday in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, at the 7th and Radnor baseball fields. He died late Tuesday at Holy Spirit Hospital.

Mercado-Ocasio was dissembling a wooden dugout at a field that was built without the city’s permission. Mercado–Ocasio, a coach and several others put the dugouts up and felt responsible for taking them down.

“Our Central Penn College family is devastated by the loss of Angel,” Central Penn President Linda Fedrizzi-Williams said in a statement. “As friends who have become family, we are mourning the heart-wrenching loss of one of our own, a promising young athlete who senselessly lost his life while helping others enjoy the sport he loved so much. No words can adequately express our anguish.”

“Anytime someone passes, we lose a little bit of who we are. It hurts even more when it’s one of our own,” added Harrisburg Mayor Wanda Williams. “Angel was our son; a proud Harrisburg Cougar, and a stand-out, promising young athlete. He died helping others around the sport he loved. It’s heart-wrenching. Angel embraced so many people and now we need to embrace his memory. We ask everyone in the community to pray for his family, his friends, and his teammates, as we get through this impossibly difficult time together. The City of Harrisburg would like to extend our sincere condolences and prayers to the family.”

Mercado-Ocasio was revived after first responders performed CPR and had been in critical condition.

Coach Gerardo Diaz, who was dissembling the dugout, placed blame on himself for not paying closer attention to his players in the area – he told FOX 43 they were “fooling around.”

“I tried my best to protect him,” he said. “I got mad at them. I told them to stop playing around, but kids will be kids. I still feel responsible.”

The city was awarded a $13 million grant to fix issues with local parks, but it remains to be seen how the money will be used.

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