Browse our picks. Here are four documentaries from with powerful and unique takes on unraveling true crimes. Watch the video. Both of them are sexually obsessed; one is addicted to telephone sex whilst the other can only function sexually, whilst seeing mutilated female corpses. If you've seen director Naoyuki Tomomatsu's zombie film Stacy and thought that was a bizarre little flick, wait until you get a load of Eat the Schoolgirl.
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Woman using phonebook from to help find homes of old ancestors in Toronto. Jill Lawrence, who actually worked for Bell Canada for 16 years, didn't hesitate when she saw a Toronto phonebook, by the Bell Telephone Company and dating all the way back to , for sale on a Facebook marketplace. What used to be found in nearly every home across the city, now serves as an interesting piece of history. Jill Lawrence obtained the old Toronto phonebook, which dates back to , from a thrift store in Belleville. Lawrence has been able to find the shared home address of her grandparents and great-grandparents in the Beaches neighbourhood. She's now used the physical directory to help about 20 individuals who have directly reached out to her. I sent [a photo of the page] back to her.
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The shocking reveal of a telephone box swarmed by gigantic spiders has been caught on camera. The heart-stopping video was uploaded to popular video sharing platform TikTok on Sunday by user Joshua Smith. In the video, Joshua walks up to the seemingly nondescript Telstra telephone box, and reveals hundreds of insects suspended in spider webs.
After nearly a year of bouncing in and out of various public health orders and reconfiguring her family's business on the fly, Lili Tran Anstee wants Monday to mark the start of a smoother and more predictable path back to normalcy. On Monday, Toronto's stay-at-home order will be lifted and the city will emerge from the most restrictive measures to contain the pandemic since the initial shutdown in the spring of The shift back into Ontario's colour-coded framework means non-essential retail stores like Tap Phong will be allowed to re-open with limited capacity for the first time after they were ordered closed days ago. Officially, the city remains under Ontario's grey lockdown level, though the province has adjusted its rules to permit retail stores to open at 25 per cent capacity even under lockdown restrictions. Indoor dining, gyms, and personal care services will remain closed.