A woman in Ohio waswas hit and killed by a train while investigating ahalf-man, half-goat monster that tricks people into climbing onto the tracks.
"It's been around for years, even my nieces and nephews used to go and come out here," said local resident Denise Harris. "The Goatman, when they climb up on the trestles and they cross it--he's supposed to come out when they cross it."
Feeding wild animals is never a good idea, especially not in Florida. A man learned this lesson the hard way when he encountered a family of raccoons and attempted to share his food with them. Obviously, one of his fingers was bitten.
What would you do after surviving a car accident that happened because you were speeding down the highway at 113 miles per hour? "First, let me take a selfie." 18-year-old Christal McGee was allegedly on her phone trying to use the Snapchat speed filter when she crashed into a car on a highway outside of Atlanta, Georgia.
According to a recent lawsuit, "Snapchat's speed filter facilitated McGee's excessive speeding. McGee was motivated to drive at an excessive speed in order to obtain recognition through Snapchat by the means of a Snapchat 'trophy.'"
These social media trends are seriously getting out of hand.