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    A PAIR of high school students returned home from a graduation party and were never seen again - with an answering machine message providing one of the only clues. Suzanne Streeter and Stacy McCall, 19 and 18, vanished alongside Streeter's mum Sherrill Levitt, 47, from their home in Springfield, Missouri, in the US, almost exactly 30 years ago. 11Stacy Mccall, her friend Suzanne and mum Sherrill Levitt all vanished almost exactly 30 years agoCredit: Springfield Police Department 11Suzanne had taken Stacy back to her house as a sleepover became too crowdedCredit: Springfield Police Department 11Sherrill was at home with the girls when they all vanished in the early hours of June 7Credit: Springfield Police Department Cops remains baffled by the case as decades on no concrete evidence has ever been found to establish what happened to the three women. The enduring mystery has become known as "The Springfield Three" - and remains unsolved despite more than 5,000 tips to detectives. And perhaps the biggest mysteries of the case are a "strange" answering machine message and a string...
    You may have received (or sent) some inappropriate messages in your time, but hopefully none are as toe-curling as these ones. The messages sent by people in the US and UK, and collated into a hilarious (and awkward) gallery by Bored Panda, range from naive to downright rude. One of messages shows someone asking for rude photographs from the person they're texting - just after consoling them over the death of their grandma. Another tells their online dating match that they look just like an 'ethnic' Ted Bundy, one of America's most notorious serial killers. Here, FEMAIL shares some of the cringiest and most inappropriate messages of all time...  There are several reasons why it's not a good idea to drink to excess then text people. Usually, people make fools of themselves. This texter managed to look stupid and hurt someone's feelings As clearly demonstrated by this simple response, sometimes the most cutting messages are the simplest, and the shortest Being told you look like one of the world's most notorious serial killers is not the message most people want...
    A WOMAN explained that she was furious with her husband for ignoring her messages on a lad's weekend away, only to find out he had tragically died. Bonnie Caldwell from Australia said that she was getting "s***y" at his lack of response. 1Bonnie told the tragic story of how her husband died while on a tripCredit: RikROk/@bonniec17 But the wife was blindsided when her husband's brother called to break the horrific news. Taking to TikTok, she uploaded a brief clip where she said: "Me getting s***y cuz my husband was was on a boy's trip and wasn't replying to me. He was dead." She posted a follow-up TikTok video with the full story. She said: "My husband Matt went to a city a couple of hours away from where we live to watch a rugby game with some mates. Read more on real lifeNAME & SHAME I've banned my husband from the delivery room because I hate his baby name CREASING UP Wife sparks debate after arguing with her husband over how she made the bed...
    APPLE’S iPhone and Google's Android are finally starting to speak the same language with at least four clever tricks. Despite a rocky relationship, the two phones are becoming more compatible with new features that improve communication between devices. 1The iPhone and the Android service almost half the global population with a combined 3.5billion users Tapbacks Apple’s iMessage Tapbacks feature – hold down on a message to view the six options – are meant to serve as quick replies, according to Apple’s feature description. Tapbacks have been available since being released in conjunction with iOS 10 in 2016.  Tapbacks are a social minefield and have produced scores of articles on how to interpret each Tapbacks true meaning. Whether meant to signal excitement with a double exclamation point, or put a soft ghosting on a relationship with a thumbs up, Tapbacks are part of the digital discourse for iPhone users. Read More in Apple Tips and TricksFRESH APPLE Apple expert reveals his three BEST iPhone tricks that you need to learn todayAPPLE OF MY EYE I'm an ex-Apple worker and here are...
    Jojo Smollett, the brother of Jussie Smollett — who was sentenced to 150 days in jail for lying to police after orchestrating a racist and homophobic attack against himself — says his family has received a threatening phone call. “We see a lot of hate mail online, on social media,” Jojo Smollett told NBC 5 Chicago. “And being a celebrity with a long history, Jussie has received a lot of hate mail, and many of my family members have received hate mail and hate speech directed toward us.” “But this was a very morbid-sounding message,” the actor’s brother added. “Unadulterated evil. It was pure evil. The tone of it, and the intention behind it.” Joel Smollett Jr., Jussie Smollett’s oldest brother, testifies at his sentencing hearing at the Leighton Criminal Court Building, Thursday, March 10, 2022, in Chicago. (Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune via AP, Pool) The purported message reads as follows: Hi, this is n***** lives matter. I hope what they do to that guy in jail… here’s what they’re gonna do, right? They’re gonna take a [redacted] and take that little [expiative],...
    A NEW mom has revealed that she found out her boyfriend was two-timing her right after giving birth to their baby. And to make matters worse, the woman allegedly came across an even more offensive message on his phone. 3A new baby mama revealed how she found out her baby daddy was cheating on herCredit: TikTok 3She was trying to check the time when she came across a message on his screenCredit: TIkTok Taking to social media, the new mom explained that the nurses had encouraged her to record the exact times she was feeding her baby. However, when she went to do this as her boyfriend slept, she thought to use his phone since it was closer to her bed. However, as she checked the time, she came across an unusual message on his screen. According to the screengrab, a woman had sent him a text requesting him to "come cuddle." Read more cheating scandals FAMILY FEUD My cousin sleeps with all my boyfriends - including my ex who took my virginityHE GOT LOO Cheating girl caught out after...
    (CNN)Family selfies, nature photos, an unanswered text and several calls that were never connected detail the final hours of a California couple and their child before they died on a hiking trail near Yosemite last August. Jonathan Gerrish, Ellen Chung and their 1-year-old daughter, Miju, died from hyperthermia, the condition of having a high body temperature, with possible dehydration due to environmental exposure. After several months of investigating with the FBI, Mariposa County Sheriff's Office pulled data from Gerrish's cell phone, allowing it to retrace the family's last steps.Authorities were able to pull a text message from Gerrish's phone at 11:56 a.m. asking for help. It was never received due to lack of cell service in the area."Can you help us," the text read. "On savage lundy trail heading back to Hites cove trail. No water or ver (over) heating with baby." Read MoreInvestigators finally release the cause of death for a family who mysteriously died hiking near Yosemite About 13 minutes following the unsuccessful text, Gerrish's phone showed that he tried calling multiple numbers, not including 911, but again,...
    THE harrowing last message the British dad sent before dying alongside his family during a hike has been revealed- but sadly it never went through. Jonathan Gerrish, 45, his wife Ellen Chung, 31, and their one-year-old daughter Miju were all found dead by search teams in a remote area of the Sierra National Forest in California last August. 5Jonathan and Ellen died while hiking last AugustCredit: ABC 5The dad frantically tried to call for helpCredit: Facebook 5The family died from hyperthermia while hiking at the Sierra National ForestCredit: Rosanna Heaslett Cops investigated the mysterious deaths for months and eventually concluded that the family tragically "died trying to save each other" as they were hiking in scorching 38C temperatures. Months after the probe, the Mariposa County Sheriff's Office has released information extracted from the dad's phone. It appears the software engineer had frantically tried to ask for help before dying from "hyperthermia, and probable dehydration due to environmental exposure." The final message read: "(Name redacted) can you help us. On savage lundy trail heading back to Hites cove trail. No water or ver (over)...
    THE Joker malware, which sparked a mobile security crisis last year, has reportedly struck again. A new strain of the malware has been detected by the mobile security solutions firm Pradeo which is thought to be infecting seven Android apps. 2A new strain of the Joker malware has been detectedCredit: Getty While Google took action against the malware it has managed to reappear after bypassing the security measures which were introduced, reports say. Tatyana Shishkova, an analyst with the cyber security firm Kaspersky, has found the Joker malware in at least 14 Android apps. The malware was first discovered in 2017 causing problems for Google to successfully tackle it. Applications like Color Message are the latest to have been hit by the malware, according to Pradeo. The application appears to be making connections to Russian servers. Most read in TechTECH SAVVY Android users urged to customize this menu before using their phonesSHARE THE LOVE Valentine's Day iPhone tricks — including sassy Siri and handwritten textsPROBLEM SOLVED Nasa solves 30 year Jupiter mystery and finds light beaming from planetLOST & FOUND...
    Hockey fans outside of Boston love to hate Bruins star Brad Marchand, but it’s hard to hate this really cool moment he created Thursday night. After the Bruins pregame warmups, Marchand handed out high-fives to the crowd as he made his way off the ice. And just before entering the tunnel on his way to the locker room, Marchand snatched a phone right out of a young fan’s hand who was recording him. We’ve seen athletes grab popcorn, nachos and beer from fans, but a prized personal possession like a cell phone is next level. Marchand didn’t grab the phone out of anger, he snatched it to record a pregame message and give the young fan an unforgettable moment. “I don’t know whose phone this is.” — Brad Marchand ???????? Young Bruins fan Aiden Smith was treated to a pretty awesome surprise from @Bmarch63 before Thursday’s game against the Capitals. @NESN pic.twitter.com/VfIZz9kWzQ — Sean T. McGuire (@BySeanMcGuire) January 21, 2022 “What’s up! It’s B-M 6-3, just walking off from warmups,” Marchand said. “I don’t know whose phone this...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Brad Marchand is a man of the people — and one funny guy. The Bruins forward had some fun with a Boston fan ahead of Thursday night’s game against the Capitals, in a way that only Brad Marchand could. As he made his way off the ice following pregame warmups, Marchand started giving out his usual high-fives and fist bumps to the fans there to greet him. One young fan was recording it on his phone, which is when Marchand decided to have his fun. READ MORE: Bruins Upset With 'Cheap Hit' That Knocked Brad Marchand Out Of Win Over CapitalsHe snagged the phone as he walked through the tunnel and recorded a rather hilarious message for the young fan. “What’s up! It’s B-M 6-3, just walking off from warmups. I don’t know whose phone this is, but I hope you have a lot of fun tonight because I know I’m going to,” Marchand said in the video. “Anyways, gotta go. See ya.” “I don’t know whose phone this is.” — Brad Marchand ???????? Young Bruins fan...
    (CNN)The Joker is not on the rampage in Missouri, but it looks like authorities there are ready for the "Batman" villain. A purple and green Dodge was featured in the 1989 film, "Batman."An emergency alert mistakenly sent to mobile devices Tuesday by the Missouri State Highway Patrol asked residents of Gotham City to be on the lookout for a purple/green 1978 Dodge 3700 GT. The sedan, with license plate "UKIDME," sounds a lot like the cars used by the Joker's goons in the 1989 Batman movie. It turns out there is no Gotham City in Missouri, and the message was sent in error during a test -- apparently by someone with an impressive knowledge of the vehicles used in the movie that pits characters played by Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson."This was meant to be a test message, THERE WAS NO ALERT," the law enforcement agency soon posted on social media. Similar errors by other public agencies sometimes have sparked real concern -- and also gotten corrected quickly. This was meant to be a test message, THERE WAS NO ALERT....
    THIS is the moment a stunned Ranvir Singh called Prince Andrew’s phone after finding his number in convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘black book’. Singh heard what sounded like Prince Andrew’s voicemail and left a message asking the Duke to call her back for an interview. 2Singh heard what sounded like Prince Andrew’s voicemail and left a message asking the Duke to call her backCredit: AFP Singh phoned the number, listed with numbers for Sunning Hill, Wood Farm, his Equerry and Balmoral as well as his Buckingham Palace address, for an upcoming ITV documentary. Reading the book, Singh says: “The names and numbers in here are vast, it’s not exactly a little black book by any means. “But one really catches your attention is the one up here and this is for the Duke of York. “’Duke of York, Buckingham Palace London’ his address, it says here and there are numbers for Sunning Hill, Wood Farm, his Equerry, Balmoral. “There’s what looks like a mobile phone number on here for him, I’m going to give it a go.” The call goes...
    MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is now claiming that some financial institutions no longer want to do business with him because he poses a "reputation risk" as he continues to push former President Donald Trump's false claims of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election. On Friday, January 14, Lindell appeared on Steve Bannon's podcast "War Room" where he claimed "Heartland Financial and Minnesota Bank and Trust are attempting to 'de-bank' him over concerns that they could face fallout related to having him as a client," Newsweek reports. During the broadcast, the two right-wing enthusiasts played an audio recording of what they claim was a discussion between Lindell and a banking official. "Just because of our organization saying, 'Well, why are we connected with somebody that could be in the news.' And, not that the FBI is even sniffing and looking, but what if somebody came in and said, 'You know what, we are gonna subpoena all his account records...and then also we make the news,'" the person was reportedly heard saying in the recording. "So it's more of a reputation...
    A POPULAR TikTok video has highlighted a trick that lets you delete old WhatsApp messages for everyone. Fans of the app will know that you only get a short amount of time to delete a message for everyone in a chat before it has to stay permanently. 1A TikToker claims she can bypass WhatsApp's time limit on the 'Delete For Everyone' featureCredit: TikTok / @trphotographer TikToker @trphotographer demonstrates the WhatsApp trick on her iPhone in a popular short clip. The trick has also been described in other videos on TikTok. The TikToker states: "Do you want to delete a message on WhatsApp for everyone but you only can delete for yourself? I'll teach you how." She starts by exiting WhatsApp and putting her phone on Airplane Mode. Then, she heads to her iPhone Settings. Most read in TechFIX IT NOW Urgent Microsoft warning to Windows users due to serious new vulnerabilitiesBANK SCAM Warning over online scammers posing as your bank – how to spot fake text messagesTEXT TERROR All 2BILLION WhatsApp users warned of basic mistake that can get account...
    A WOMAN shared the shocking story of how she discovered her partner was cheating and people were outraged by his behaviour. In a TikTok video, which has now been viewed more than 12million times, she explained that she was first suspicious when she saw a text on her husband's phone. 3The woman explained how she caught her husband cheatingCredit: @allyjai1997/Tiktok 3The bloke uploaded his profile to a dating appCredit: @allyjai1997/Tiktok Then her worst fears were confirmed when a friend sent her a screen grab of her husband's profile asking if they were getting a divorce. In the video she said: "I kinda found this text message that was a little suspicious." The message read: "Good morning how did you sleep?" She continued: "I don't understand why you're texting other women that but hey, who knows? "Then a girl I work with sent me this message and was like: 'Are you going through a divorce?' "An I was like: 'Girl, I didn't know I was!' Most read in LifestyleWHERE IS IT? Meghan & Harry SLAMMED over lack of content from...
    SEATTLE -- Two NHL teams have combined to give ice hockey fan Nadia Popovici a $10,000 scholarship for medical school as a thank you for advising Vancouver Canucks assistant equipment manager Brian "Red" Hamilton to get a mole behind his neck checked out.Popovici was sitting behind Hamilton as she watched the Canucks play the Seattle Kraken on October 23. Unsure if Hamilton was aware of the mole, Popovici banged on the glass window to catch his attention and showed him a message she had typed on her phone.Following her advice, Hamilton did get the mole checked out and it proved to be a malignant melanoma, a type of skin cancer.With the Canucks scheduled to play the Kraken in Seattle on Saturday, the Vancouver team posted a message on social media as they tried to track down Popovici so Hamilton could thank her personally."I'm trying to find a very special person and I need the hockey community's help," wrote Hamilton in a social media post."To this woman I am trying to find, you changed my life, and now I want to...