A Guy Tries to Rob a House But Gets Scared Off By a Dracula Decoration

November 2, 2016

A Guy Tries to Rob a House But Gets Scared Off By a Dracula Decoration

When this woman decorated her house for Halloween, she never would've guessed it would be THIS scary.

A guy tried to rob a house in Brevard County, Florida early on Sunday.  But as soon as he touched their life-size "bride of Dracula" decoration, its motion sensor went off.  Its eyes started glowing, it said, "Welcome!", and it started letting out an evil laugh.

And that SCARED the guy so badly that he immediately got the “HEY” out of there.  The woman's doorbell camera caught the entire thing on video, and the cops are trying to track down the guy. 

Click here to see the video.


Watch For Flying iPhones!

A California man launched a brand new iPhone 7 into space.

A Sacramento-based video-blogger who goes by the name TECHRAX fastened the device to a balloon before setting it free. The iPhone records video as it rises out of the atmosphere, but cuts off unexpectedly at a high altitude. The balloon eventually bursts and the phone plummets back to Earth.

TechRax says the device was found three miles away from the launch location, after being carried by the jet stream.  Amazingly, the phone still worked and suffered only a couple minor scratches even though it wasn't sealed in a protective case.  (--What, no Otter Box??)

The clip has a million views on YouTube – check it out.




School Teaches Kids About Safe Driving by Pretending Students Had Died in a Car Accident

Last week, during the morning announcements at Brodhead High School in Brodhead, Wisconsin, the principal told the school that four students had just DIED in a car accident.

Kids started crying, some of them called their parents, everyone was traumatized . . . and then, a few minutes later, the principal got back on the loudspeaker and told everyone it wasn't true.  The entire thing was just a drill to send a message about safe driving.

Apparently the four kids who were declared "dead" were part of the plan, so they stayed home that morning and they weren't allowed to text their friends or tell them what was happening.

Surprisingly not THAT many kids' parents complained, but the superintendent did issue a formal apology and said, quote, "While we stand by the worthiness of the activity, we recognize the flaws with how it was communicated."