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The boys are back in school, it’s back to normal around the house, and I just keep doing things that demonstrate that I’m not always that bright. I’ve got a packed news week including frozen animals, hippie water, and things being found in bodies that just shouldn’t be there. With all that variety of twisted stuff, this week’s Recommended Listening feature goes to “Twisted Philly.”
The iguanas have a good chance of thawing out if you move them in the sun. Just be careful @CBS12 pic.twitter.com/Qn2w6NFedD
— Maxine Bentzel (@MaxineBentzel) January 4, 2018
A British woman spent 6 years being treated for what doctors believed to be Crohn’s disease with no improvement. Surgeons discovered a Heinz ketchup packet lodged in her intestines that appears to have mimicked the symptoms of Crohn’s disease, including bloating and abdominal pain.
-JACKASS OF THE WEEK-
Logan Paul and the Suicide Forest
“There’s more mischief, mayhem and nefarious goings on in the city of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection than Billy Penn could have ever imagined. Twisted Philly features stories from Philadelphia, and Pennsylvania at large, including true crime, history and hauntings, legends plus some of the coolest and creepiest places to visit. Who knows what I’ll get up to in the twisted city of Philly.”