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Bwoglines: Orange You Glad It’s Over Edition

Life is scary enough. Now that halloween is over, the real nightmare begins.

Life is scary enough. Now that halloween is over, the real nightmare begins.

Metta World Peace, NBA Star, claims ghosts touched him inappropriately in his hotel room in Oklahoma City. World Peace remarked, “I’m taking one of the ghosts to court for touching me in the wrong places.” (Huffington Post)

Scientists have found a hidden lake at the bottom of the gulf of Mexico. Apparently everyone and everything that enters this pool, will surely die as the result of an extremely high concentration of salt, methane, and hydrogen sulfide. (Business Insider)

For fans of American Horror Story, listen up! The current season, Roanoke, is about to get very interesting. Ryan Murphy, creator of the hit anthology series, announced there would be a crossover between two prior seasons, Asylum and Murder House. (Entertainment Weekly)

Scientists have are examining a skeleton from a far off island in the country of Kiribati that bears a striking resemblance to Amelia Earhart. A historical photo supposedly provided the vital clue. (FOX News)

Photo courtesy of FOX’s Scream Queens

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