There is a growing health trend that involves people giving themselves electrical shocks to the brain to boost creativity. Researchers say this shock therapy — called transcranial electrical stimulation — actually works. The trick is to use very low power current. BUT, there is a problem. Experts are worried about people building their own machines and giving themselves this electrical stimulation with gadgets either bought online or made at home. (So, no fingers in the outlets!) (IFLScience)
ABC claims the Upper Darby, Pennsylvania police recently had an easy time identifying a Subway restaurant thief. James Anthony Dean held up the restaurant before dropping his wallet during his getaway. Cops found his wallet and posted this on line: ”Attention Mr Janes Anthony Dean: Please turn yourself in for robbery charges. While you’re here please stop by our lost and found department so you can retrieve your wallet that you dropped at the store/crime scene.
CBS claims Six Flags St. Louis is paying visitors to stay in a coffin for 30 hours. The theme park is celebrating the 30th anniversary of their Fright Fest by holding a contest where they will award season passes, $300 and other prizes to people, who can stay inside one of their coffins for 30 straight hours. Each contestant gets a six-minute bathroom break every hour. You CAN bring your cell phone. (NO word on whehter the lid is open or closed.)