Roseanne Barr's online presence vanished suddenly on Friday, and some fans think it may have something to do with her questions about a mysterious and alleged "Trump insider" named QAnon who has been offering cryptic prophecies online.
On Friday afternoon, the actress and former presidential candidate tweeted some questions about the person known as QAnon, an anonymous poster on the site 4chan who claims to be an insider in the Donald Trump administration and has shared some cryptic predictions of Trump's actions and alleged arrests to come. Though many of the predictions have not come to pass - including a report that Hillary Clinton's former campaign manager, John Podesta, would be indicted in early November - the mysterious personality has still managed to gain a following in the online conspiracy theory community.
Roseanne Barr appeared to make reference to the personality on Friday, tweeting, "who is Q?"
British police were hunting for an unidentified man on Tuesday after a suitcase containing 1 million pounds ($1.3 million) worth of gems was stolen from a luggage rack on a train at London's Euston station.
In the grand tradition of Britain's Boaty McBoatface, Australian authorities are christening one of the ferries crossing Sydney's world famous harbour Ferry McFerryface, but some union workers aren't amused.
Donald Trump may have a new tie to Vladimir Putin: a conspiracy theory that claims Trump rigged the 2002 Miss Universe pageant so Putin's mistress would win the title.
Trump's campaign is currently under investigation for allegations of collusion with Russia during the 2016 presidential race, with the Russia probe from special counsel Robert Mueller turning in the first indictments, including Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort.
There is still no evidence connecting Trump to Russia, but a new theory spun by a popular independent journalist claims that their relationship is nearly 15-years-old. Seth Abramson, who has shared information from sources close to the Russia investigation and pointed out connections between Trump associates and Russia, claims that sources say Trump rigged the 2002 Miss Universe competition to help Putin's rumored girlfriend.
The beaches of Kenya's idyllic Lamu island are dotted with traditional Swahili stone and coral houses, mansions built by European royalty, the odd donkey and, increasingly, tidal lines of plastic trash.
A bizarre conspiracy theory gaining traction online claims that photographic evidence indicates that the British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking died many years ago, and was replaced by a lookalike. The conspiracy theory began spreading online after some netizens claimed that analysis of photos of the theoretical physicist taken since the 1970s shows inconsistencies with regard to his appearance which indicate that the real Stephen Hawking was replaced in the early 1980s by an impostor, and that the public is being deceived to believe that he is still alive.
Miles Mathis, a notorious conspiracy theorist, appears to have the outlandish theory. Mathis is a "skeptic" who specializes in investigating every field of knowledge, including Mathematics, the Grand Unified Theory of physics, false flag events, and other "faked events."
Sheep have been trained to recognize the faces of celebrities, including former U.S. President Barack Obama, by University of Cambridge scientists who hope it may help with understanding neurodegenerative diseases.
A mid-flight emergency erupted when a scorned wife went ballistic on her husband for his cheating ways and the commotion caused the pilot to divert the flight. Just how did this wife find out her husband was cheating while they were 30,000 feet in the air you ask?
She made the discovery while flying with her on Qatar Airways headed for Bali after taking off from Doha, according to Fox News. What this wife did might be seen as a devious move to some, but she discovered something about her husband that might be considered even more devious on his part.
While her husband was sleeping she managed to wrangle his cell phone away from him, but it was locked. This didn't detour the determined wife. While her husband snoozed in the seat next to her she managed to manipulate his thumb to the front of the cell phone's screen and use his fingerprint to unlock his phone.
The Ghost Adventures crew has amazed fans once again with a paranormal investigating first. The much anticipated Halloween episode revealed a haunting investigation of the real Annabelle doll at Zak Bagans' new Haunted Museum in Las Vegas. The doll was brought in by its current owner and Zak, along with Aaron, Billy and Jay, were warned to not touch the evil doll. After an intense moment, Zak does touch the doll against all warnings and since has received tons of criticism for doing so. Bagans is now speaking out to fans to share exactly why he touched Annabelle and about the repercussions of doing so.
addressed some of the allegations that Zak and the Ghost Adventures crew now face after the Annabelle investigation. They also shared details about her existence for those not familiar with the legendary Annabelle doll.
Doctors in India saved the life of a man who swallowed 639 two-inch nails. The surgeons at the Calcutta Medical College and Hospital successfully carried out a surgical operation to remove the nails without piercing the man's intestines. They removed the nails from the man's intestines by using magnets to draw them out.
The doctors also said it was a miracle that the sharp iron nails did not pierce the man's stomach and intestines before he was brought to the hospital, and before surgery could be performed.
The man was taken to the hospital last month after complaining of pain in the stomach. He also vomited repeatedly.
The man is reportedly a psychiatric patient. He suffers from a form of mental illness known as schizophrenia. He has the habit of eating nails and swallowing clumps of earth, according to the Times of India.