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Hundreds of people in Yugoslavia report seeing a cluster of giant UFOs. People in the village of Godijevo rushed out of their homes after hearing a series of loud noises to see a group of huge illuminated objects seemingly hovering overhead. Officials have been unable to offer an explanation so far.

According to the newspaper Vijesti, many witnesses claim the UFOs changed shape before heading off out of sight. ?I went outside after hearing a commotion and when I looked up into the night sky there were around twenty large luminous circles, it was as if a UFO was hovering over our heads. The sky must have been lit up for hundreds of [feet],? says witness Sead Hodzic.

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Buck Wolf, of the Wolf Files on has investigated urban legends and found out that while many are indeed myths, some of even the most bizarre are true.

An example of a false one is the story of the woman who tried to dry her freshly-shampooed poodle in her microwave. Here?s another: A woman on a flight from Scandinavia to the United States had to be pried free by a rescue team after a high-pressure vacuum flush sealed her to the toilet of a Boeing 767. It was reported in dozens of newspapers, websites, and TV news reports. According to Reuters, ?She could not get up by herself and had to sit on the toilet until the flight had landed so that ground technicians could help her get loose,? an airline spokeswoman said. ?She was stuck there for quite a long time.? read more

Men who eat tomato products two or more times a week can significantly reduce their chances of contracting prostate cancer, according to Dr. Edward Giovannucci of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Harvard School of Public Health.

From 1986 to 1998, the researchers analyzed the food choices and prostate cancer histories of more than 47,000 men aged 40 to 75 and found that those who ate at least two meals a week containing tomato products lowered their risk of prostate cancer by 24 to 36%. During the same period, 2,481 of the men developed prostate cancer.
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