Tumblr of the Day: What Would Yeezus Wear?

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Tumblr of the Day: What Would Yeezus Wear?
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It's what you ask yourself every morning as you stare into your closet, right? What would Kanye West and Kim Kardashian wear today?

If you need fashion inspiration from Kimye, or some Halloween costume tips, Katie Burroughs and Kathleen Lee have created a blog and Instagram account to help you out.

Called "What Would Yeezus Wear" the two women recreate numerous paparazzi photos of the couple down to the finest detail, even including baby North West.

Tragic Loss of the Day: 13 Year Old Anna Died in a Traffic Accident Two Weeks Ago. Share in Her Memory by Listening to Her Playing a Beautiful Rendition of Downton Abbey's Theme Song.

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An unfortunate accident detailed in this Dutch news article mentions Anna was hit by a car riding her bike. Anna was not wearing headphones and had her hood down to see. The driver was sober and was keeping to the speed limit. The entire incident is just tragically sad.

Short Story of the Day: R.L. Stine Live Tweets New Halloween Tale

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Short Story of the Day: R.L. Stine Live Tweets New Halloween Tale
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The famed horror writer who gave you "Goosebumps" as a kid, R.L. Stine, took to Twitter Tuesday to write a brand new short story just in time for Halloween… 140 characters at a time.

Before you read on, however, beware that you may never eat an egg salad sandwich again.

Read the rest of the story on R.L. Stine's twitter page.

Is This a Piece From Amelia Earhart’s Plane?

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Is This a Piece From Amelia Earhart’s Plane?
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Researchers have identified "with a high degree of certainty" that this piece of metal found in 1991 was a part of Amelia Earhart's plane, which disappeared July 2, 1937.

According to researchers at The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR), which has long been investigating the last, fateful flight taken by Earhart 77 years ago, the aluminum sheet is a patch of metal installed on the Electra during the aviator's eight-day stay in Miami, which was the fourth stop on her attempt to circumnavigate the globe.
If true, based on where the metal was found, it would mean that Amelia Earhart didn't crash and rather "the two became castaways and eventually died on the atoll, which is some 350 miles southeast of Howland Island."