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To become an inmate on death row you have to have committed some pretty disturbing crimes. Often at execution the criminal is allowed to say some last words and sometimes those words only add to the creepiness.
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Cole Swindell's new Down Home Sessions III EP includes five songs about love and love lost, and fans can hear the lead track "You've Got My Number" during this Taste of Country exclusive tease.
The City of Pocatello has finally accepted the fact that their flag is terrible. It looks like it was made to be a prop in an episode of the Fresh Prince or some other cheesy 90's sitcom.
If you ever need a reminder that Idaho is beautiful, just watch this video.
It’s a classic premise, and for good reason: guy’s wife/girlfriend/daughter vanishes into thin air, guy drives himself halfway to madness in dogged attempts to get her back, guy grows unkempt beard of mourning. It has drama and intrigue wired right into the plot beats, allows for some salacious secrets, and who doesn’t love a good mystery? George Sluizer’s 1988 film The Vanishing may have done it best, but just a couple of years ago, David Fincher gave him a run for his money with Gone Girl. And today, we get our first look at the latest entry in this grand storytelling tradition.
Monday night's (Oct. 24) Garth Brooks concert in Nashville promised special guests, and the world's only seven diamond album-certified singer didn't disappoint. In fact, even Brooks was surprised by a few of his collaborators.
Well, this is finger lickin' absurd.