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You’ve seen this scene in various movies and TV shows a dozen times before: a person reanimates during their own funeral, sending everyone swooning and screaming. Apparently, this actually happened in Brazil, at a service for 2-year-old Kelvin Santos. Right before Kelvin’s actual funeral, he unexpectedly (obviously) sat up in his open casket and asked his father for some water.

Antonio Santos, Kelvin’s father, explained to a reporter:

“Everybody started to scream. We couldn’t believe our eyes. Then we thought a miracle had taken place and our boy had come back to life.”

But the joy was, unfortunately, short-lived:

“Then Kelvin just laid back down, the way he was. We couldn’t wake him. He was dead again.”

The funeral was delayed in hopes that he might once again return to life, but eventually it was accepted that the poor boy was truly dead.

While it would be tempting to attribute the supernatural to the anomalous event, Kelvin’s dad suspects medical malpractice is the blame:

“Fifteen minutes after rushing him away for resuscitation, they came and told me he was dead and handed me his body. Perhaps they didn’t examine him properly. Dead people don’t just wake up and talk. I’m determined to find out the truth.”

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Got a lot of enemies but feel that a Kevlar jacket is too bulky to be stylish? Not to worry, Colombian designer Miguel Caballero has created “the Armani of bulletproof clothing” — a 4-pound, $ 4,000 bulletproof polo shirt.
Who would buy such a garment? Caballero includes in his client list includes heads of state, bodyguards, and other such high-profile customers. The shirt has antiballistic panels that protect its wearer from a number of weapons, though if you want to be shielded from an Uzi as opposed to a 9mm it will cost you extra. And how do we know the shirts really stop bullets? In an interview with Smart Money, a company spokesperson said that they test the shirts on their employees by shooting at them. Cushy job!

The shirts come in navy blue, white, and, if you’re a neatness freak, stain-covering red.

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Forget fairies, elves, and trolls…the coolest sightings of magical little creatures are that of Smurfs. Or, at least…Smurf-like beings.

Gloucestershire Police have received several reports of a rather spirited “man” in Longhope wearing a blue “morph suit” and face-paint — specifically described as looking like a Smurf. A witness described the blue creature as having waved at women to get their attention and doing star jumps.

While there have been many reports of the ethereal Green Man in the wild, this is, I believe, the first case involving a Smurf. Below is a photo that police have circulated of the suspect, and any leads are welcome:

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