»Play Video Ben Gerhart and his daughter Natalie make their best zombie faces at the 3rd annual Thrill the World event in Eugene. Aven-itza De Primavera, Oregon News Lab
Zombie, horror and sci-fi fans fans descended on Atlanta recently for the second annual Walker Stalker Convention.
"We had 600 people come together for a party and I thought well, if we can do a fan meet up, slowly ticket sales went from 1,000 to 2,000 to 3,000," said James Frazier, co-founder of Walker Stalker Con. "It's people that all have a common bond, a common love for zombies."
From costumes to custom-made zombie weaponry, vendors had it all for the horror fans. Watch #LiveOnKMTR at 5 for more on this story
Want to track your goblins and ghouls on Halloween? The Problem Solvers test the Trick or Tracker app for ease of use and accuracy.
If you haven’t stocked up yet for those spooky trick-or-treaters, now is the time to make sure you’re the most popular house on the block. And if you're curious what the kids really want to find in their bags this year, here are the top five candies in America. (Photo by Jenny Kuglin / Seattle Refined)
If you haven’t stocked up yet for those spooky trick-or-treaters, now is the time to make sure you’re the most popular house on the block. And if you're curious what the kids really want to find in their bags this year, here are the top five candies in America.
Photo from PetCam: The World Through the Lens of Our Four-Legged Friends. San Diego, California. Images from Petcam: The World Through the Lens of Our Four-Legged Friends by Chris Keeney, published by Princeton Architectural Press, 2014. Supplied by WENN.com
For PetCam, San Diego-based photographer Chris Keeney hands all artistic control over to an unlikely set of photographic artists, including his dog Fred and cat Alice, as well as chickens, cats, potbelly pigs, cows, and guinea pigs living everywhere from Southern Germany to the Swiss Alps.
We introduce the work of Florida-based photographer Adam Opris who has taken the expectant portrait to another level with his series of stunning and ethereal underwater shoots.
Where: South Florida, Florida, United States
When: 21 Oct 2014
Credit: Supplied by WENN.com
Enter the work of Florida-based photographer Adam Opris - who has taken the expectant portrait to another level with his series of stunning and ethereal underwater shoots.
»Play Video Bill Roach says he feels discriminated against in losing out on a job because of his tattoos. (KBAK/KBFX photo)
A man is left confused and frustrated after he feels he was denied a job based on his tattoos.
"Children are so impressionable," said Sean Hannon, father of 3. "When they see these things, these bad things glorified, and in such a regular way, it sticks in their mind such longer term."
Toys-R-Us sells a "Breaking Bad" Walter White action figure, complete with a gymbag full of toy cash - and toy crystal meth.
Toys-R-Us says the toys are not intended for children.
A mom in Florida is gathering signatures on a petition to ask the store to remove the dolls from inventory.
Called "Yoga Joes" these small green men can be seen in positions such as downward-facing dog, child's pose, and even crow pose. (Atmosphere) San Francisco, California, United States. 13 Oct 2014. Credit: Supplied by WENN.com
It's not very often that you see your child's favorite little green soldier throwing a yoga pose, but that's exactly what these toys from creator Dan Abramson are doing.
(Image: KOMO News / AP Photo/POLFOTO, Tariq Mikkel Khan)
You'll never guess the top female and male costumes after a national poll was taken by Goodwill. Actually, you might.
Iggy Azalea (WENN.com photo)
Rapper Iggy Azalea has written a lengthy message to fans to express her upset following Snoop Dogg's online attack on her appearance.
Miley Cyrus, front, hugs Jesse Helt, right, at the MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif.
Miley Cyrus is planning to set up a fan mail scheme and a blog to help her homeless friend Jesse Helt through his stint in jail.
Idaho, Eastern, Island Park, Harriman State Park. Morning mist rising from the daisy lined Henry's Fork in the pre-dawn light. |
Photo by Linda Lantzy
Idaho photographer Linda Lantzy had shared some of her favorite photos of the Gem State.