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A New Hampshire Man Used A Toddler To Steal From An Arcade Game, The Weather Channel Is Defending One Of It’s Reporters, And A Haunting In England Has Been Solved

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Police in New Hampshire are looking for a man who used a toddler to help him steal prizes from an arcade vending machine at a shopping mall. A video shared on Facebook by the Salem Police Department shows a young girl climbing inside the machine through the slot where prizes are dispensed. She then takes two Nintendo game consoles and other items, and hands them off to the unidentified man. He also had a second child with him at the time. Source: upi.com

The Weather Channel is coming to the defense of its reporter Mike Seidel after a video went viral of him allegedly exaggerating the winds while reporting on Hurricane Florence. In the video, Seidel appears to be bracing and swaying from the effects of the wind as two other people come into camera view, apparently walking with little difficulty. The Weather Channel said in a statement, “It’s important to note that the two individuals in the background are walking on concrete, and Mike Seidel is trying to maintain his footing on wet grass, after reporting on-air until 1:00 a.m. ET this morning and is undoubtedly exhausted.”

And Residents of Suffolk in England have been haunted by the eerie sounds of a child singing an old nursery rhyme, and it was freaking people out. But it wasn’t a ghost or a demon, but for some people, the culprit might be even creepier: Spiders. The voice was part of a motion-activated security system at a nearby warehouse. Spiders took over some of the lenses and when one of them crawled across, the system triggered and the recording played ― sometimes in the middle of the night. For now, the company is clearing away the cobwebs and turning down the volume. Source: huffingtonpost.com

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