A blur between fact and fiction results in people knowing little about real-life figures who become subjects of media. Such is the case with Mary Ingalls…
He has played a family man on television, a popular toy in the Toy Story franchise, even Santa Claus…
The couple has been long awaiting the completion of their built-from-the-ground-up dream home, but it is finally finished and the adorable family has moved in!
Przewalski horses (Przewalski pronounced shuh-VAL-skee) are the only breed of horse that has never been domesticated, and they have a long and interesting past.
The news of Joe Diffie’s death came as a shock to all, including his daughter Kara.
In a statement posted to Facebook, Kara explained that the loss of her dad was so “sudden and tragic” that she had “no words.”
“I’ve been waiting 26 years to meet this wonderful lady and to tell her thank you,” he wrote. “I’m publicly telling this story because she is far too classy and modest to ever mention it.”
Over the span of 1964-1996, Clint had eight children – Kimber (1964), Kyle (1966), Alison (1972), Scott (1986), Kathryn (1988), Francesca (1993), and Morgan (1996). His eldest child was from an affair in 1953 and was put up for adoption, and goes by the name Laurie Murray.
All of her movies are beloved, but there’s one that stood out to us the most, 1953’s Calamity Jane…
Elvis Presley’s longtime friend and road manager Joe Esposito claims that Presley developed an interest in karate while stationed in Germany.
Seeing as The King did not serve alone, many brave men served alongside Presley who was already an international sensation at the time. One of those men was was Frank Rowe of Hershey, Pennsylvania.
“Terrified, I jumped onto the bed. As I held his head up by his hair, he had chicken soup and noodles all over his face. I started to clean his throat, literally pulling out chunks of food.”