LONDON - A man from the US has taken out a giant ad in The Times claiming to be the rightful King of England. Allan V. Evans from Colorado, US, says that he is a descendant of a royal Welsh line from the 3rd century. The ad, shown below in a tweet, says that Evans is "a direct descendant of an unbroken primogeniture line legally documented since the 3rd century in Great Britain and registered in the Royal College of Arms." It goes on to describe generations of lineage, starting with a claim that Evans is the descendant of Cunedda Wledig, the founder of the Kingdom of Wales. Evans is giving "legal notice" to all of his relatives, according to the ad, and in 30 days plans to claim his "royal historic
The greatest tragedy of the Kennedy family was not the deaths of John or Robert - it was the horrific fate of their sister Rosemary. Take a minute to mentally prepare yourself for what you're about to read, because it's disturbing as hell. Ready? The odds were stacked against Rosemary literally from birth. According to Kate Clifford Larson's book Rosemary: The Hidden Kennedy Daughter, when her mother, Rose, went into labor on Sept. 13, 1918, the nurse on duty tried to stall her progress by forcing her knees closed because the doctor was with other patients and the nurse didn't want to deliver the baby herself, even though she was trained to do so. The baby was forced to remain in the birth canal
A Maryland mother has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for fatally poisoning her five-year-old son with cold medicine and setting a car on fire with his body inside to cover up the murder, PEOPLE confirms. Enraged by an acrimonious divorce and custody battle with the father of her only child, Narges Shafeirad, 35, murdered the boy out of jealousy and revenge, prosecutors said in court papers obtained by PEOPLE. Shafeirad was angry at her soon-to-be ex-husband, Hamid Dana, 53, and jealous of his relationship with his nanny, prosecutors said.
As concern grows over the spread of ticks that carry Lyme disease in the U.S., a young mom’s death is raising questions about whether the illness can be misdiagnosed. Claire Diss - a British woman whose family says her doctors thought she was suffering from ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) before she was diagnosed with Lyme disease - passed away on February 13. She was 35. “It is with a broken heart that I write Claire's final update,” her husband announced on Facebook, signing his name with Emilie, the couple’s 3-year-old daughter. “Wherever you are imagining Claire is right now, she is able to run, jump and show us that wonderful smile. She will be hugging Emilie and dancing around us all,
Video shows extensive damage to Oroville Dam spillway after stopping the flow of water to clear out debris.
Was Ivanka Trump going clubbing Tuesday night? No, she was attending the supposedly more sober occasion of President Donald Trump’s first address to a joint session of Congress. Fashion choice-wise, the president’s daughter left many on social media a bit confused. So did First Lady Melania Trump. With regard to Ivanka, she didn’t wear a frock from her eponymous line, which is the subject of the nationwide #GrabYourWallet boycott, but a form-fitting off-the-shoulder “orchid pink” satin dress from French fashion designer Roland Mouret. Reading this on your iPhone or iPad? Check out our new Apple News app channel here and click the + at the top of the page to save to your Apple News favorites.
A Ferrari dealership in Florida maintained a device that allowed it to roll back odometers on the exotic sports cars, a lawsuit filed by a former salesman alleges. The device, called a Deis Tester, is "likely" in use at other Ferrari dealerships in U.S. and around the world and that the Italian automaker is informed every time the machine is used for a rollback, says the suit filed by the former salesman, Robert "Bud" Root of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., against dealership chain New Country Motor Car Group. The lawsuit alleges that the dealership where Root worked, Palm Beach Ferrari, "sought to keep the odometer reset procedure secret" to avoid regulatory and criminal consequences. It also was