He’s nearly blind. He’s flat broke. But he carries Olympic gold in his pocket.

As the only American boxer to win a gold medal (in the middleweight division) in the 1972 Olympics, Sugar Ray Seales should have become an icon, but even though a lifetime of blows to the head cost him his eyesight and finances, Seales is content, teaching the sport to those that want to learn from a man whom the mitts carried to unimaginable heights

Author: Zak Keefer
Published: Apr 12, 2018
Length: 8 minutes (2,147 words)

The Disposession of Latoya Ammons

Indiana authorities investigate a woman who believes her house is haunted by demonic spirits. They soon start to believe her:

According to Washington’s original DCS report — an account corroborated by Walker, the nurse — the 9-year-old had a “weird grin” and walked backward up a wall to the ceiling. He then flipped over Campbell, landing on his feet. He never let go of his grandmother’s hand.

“He walked up the wall, flipped over her and stood there,” Walker told The Star. “There’s no way he could’ve done that.”

Later, police asked Washington whether the boy had run up the wall, as though performing an acrobatic trick.

No, Washington told them. She said the boy “glided backward on the floor, wall and ceiling,” according to a police report.

Published: Jan 31, 2014
Length: 21 minutes (5,271 words)