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Hitchcock's 'The Birds': Has mystery been solved?

Whodunit? A final mystery surrounding the work of film legend Alfred Hitchcock – what triggered the crazed bird flocks that helped inspire his 1963 thriller The Birds – appears solved by scientists.

Dying and disoriented seabirds rammed themselves into homes across California's Monterey Bay in the summer of 1961, sparking a long-standing mystery about the cause among marine biologists. The avian incidents sparked local visitor Hitchcock's interest, along with a story about spooky bird behavior by British writer Daphne du Maurier.

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Car lover's dream leads to surprising historical find

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I spoke with auto clubs – they had never seen a Fairlane with that low of a VIN number'

Daniel Carl
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Brian Reilly next to his '68 Ford Fairlane

In 1993 Brian Reilly, a self-professed "Ford nut" wanted to purchase a convertible. After an extended search, he found a diamond blue, 1968 Ford Fairlane in Seattle.

Little did he know, he had just stumbled upon a unique piece of television history.

Being an avid fan of Ford Fairlanes, Reilly noticed a few things about the car that seemed "somewhat unusual," including its large, 390 GT engine, which Reilly says that model didn't usually have.

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Oliver Stone: 'Jewish-Dominated Media' Prevents Hitler from Being Portrayed 'in Context'

Director Oliver Stone belittled the Holocaust during a shocking interview with the Sunday Times today, claiming that America's focus on the Jewish massacre was a product of the "Jewish domination of the media."

The director also defended Hitler and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and railed against the "powerful lobby" of Jews in America.