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A Young Woman Was Last Seen by Police, Then Never Again – VICE

Almost five years ago, 26-year-old Emma Fillipoff vanished, virtually without a trace, off the streets of downtown Victoria.

Emma, a young, free-spirited woman had travelled to Victoria, British Columbia, like many young people do, to bask in the beauty of the West Coast. But some now suggest Emma may have been running from something in her life, or perhaps, someone. Days before Emma disappeared, those who knew Emma claim she was acting strange—that it looked like she was struggling with some sort of mental health crisis. On the night she went missing, Emma was left standing on the street, alone, barefoot, when she disappeared into the night. Since then, no one has ever publicly heard from Emma, or knows what exactly happened to her.

On the evening of November 28, 2012, a light rain periodically fell on the streets of downtown Victoria. The temperature was mild for late November, hovering

Read more at: https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/8x5wag/a-young-woman-was-last-seen-by-police-then-never-again

A Young Woman Was Last Seen by Police, Then Never Again

Almost five years ago, 26-year-old Emma Fillipoff vanished, virtually without a trace, off the streets of downtown Victoria.

Emma, a young, free-spirited woman had travelled to Victoria, British Columbia, like many young people do, to bask in the beauty of the West Coast. But some now suggest Emma may have been running from something in her life, or perhaps, someone. Days before Emma disappeared, those who knew Emma claim she was acting strange—that it looked like she was struggling with some sort of mental health crisis. On the night she went missing, Emma was left standing on the street, alone, barefoot, when she disappeared into the night. Since then, no one has ever publicly heard from Emma, or knows what exactly happened to her.

On the evening of November 28, 2012, a light rain periodically fell on the streets of downtown Victoria. The temperature was mild for late November, hovering

Read more at: https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/8x5wag/a-young-woman-was-last-seen-by-police-then-never-again

Missing Syracuse teen promised to be back by Thanksgiving, but never showed up

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — A Syracuse teenager missing for the past week had promised her mom that she would be back in time for Thanksgiving.

But Tatiana Martinez, a 17-year-old Fowler High School student, hasn’t been heard from since Nov. 20, said her mother, Belinda Bidwell.

Martinez left a relative’s home sometime between 3 and 6 a.m. Nov. 20, Bidwell said.

“Everything was fine,” Bidwell said.

Martinez sent her mom text messages later that day, telling her that she wasn’t in Syracuse but that she’d be back home by Thanksgiving, Bidwell said.

“I am concerned something is not right,” Bidwell said Sunday night.

Syracuse police have Martinez listed as a missing person, “but there does not appear to be anything suspicious or criminal about her disappearance,” city police Sgt. Richard Helterline said.

“She has been reported as a missing person several times prior to this incident,” Helterline said. “We will continue to list her as a missing person

Read more at: http://www.syracuse.com/crime/index.ssf/2017/11/missing_syracuse_teen_promised_to_be_back_by_thanksgiving_but_never_showed_up.html

Netflix tips you’ve never heard of: The best tips and tricks to try on the streaming service

Netflix currently has 81 million paying users and has launched in 130 new countries around the world since January 2016.

Among its most popular series are House of Cards, Making A Murderer and Better Call Saul.

Peaky Blinders, the Birmingham-filmed BBC drama, also features on the streaming service, which is enjoyed by scores of Birmingham residents.

Every month, the popular streaming service uploads more and more content for us to enjoy – with many whiling away their weekends binge-watching.

But we reckon even the most experienced Netflix users are missing out on some of the streaming service’s hidden features.

To help you, we have have rounded up the most useful features for you to take advantage of.

After all, we would not want you to be missing out.

You can make movie requests! No, seriously

Did you know

Read more at: http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/showbiz-tv/hacks-netflix-tips-streaming-channels-12026668

7 Doctor Who spin-offs that never made it to TV, from Daleks in America to Rose Tyler: Earth Defence

Doctor Who has been blessed with a number of successful and not-so-successful spin-off series over the years. From 1981’s K9 and Company to 2016’s Class, the Who-niverse has been expanding its characters and worlds, as everyone from Captain Jack Harkness to Sarah Jane Smith get their own adventures.

But what you may not know is that there are a number of Doctor Who spin-offs which DIDN’T come to fruition. Here are the 7 most interesting, in chronological order, and the stories as to why they didn’t make it to screen.

1. The Son of Doctor Who

William Hartnell, the original Doctor, once revealed that he himself had an idea for a Doctor Who spin-off series.

The actor claimed that in late 1964 –

Read more at: http://www.digitalspy.com/tv/doctor-who/feature/a842108/doctor-who-spin-offs-that-never-happened-daleks-in-america/

The Best Movie You Never Saw: The Cable Guy

Welcome to The Best Movie You NEVER Saw, a column dedicated to examining films that have flown under the radar or gained traction throughout the years, earning them a place as a cult classic or underrated gem that was either before it’s time and/or has aged like a fine wine.

This week we’ll be looking at THE CABLE GUY!

THE STORY: A newly single man (Matthew Broderick) is stalked by a crazed cable man (Jim Carrey) bent on becoming his best friend.

THE PLAYERS: Starring: Jim Carrey, Matthew Broderick, Leslie Mann, George Segal, Jack Black, Owen Wilson. Directed by Ben Stiller.

THE HISTORY: In the mid-nineties, nobody was bigger than Jim Carrey. ACE VENTURA: PET DETECTIVE (and its lame sequel, WHEN NATURE CALLS), THE MASK, DUMB AND DUMBER, and BATMAN FOREVER made him a household name, and every studio in town

Read more at: http://www.joblo.com/movie-news/the-best-movie-you-never-saw-the-cable-guy-959-02

Never Before Seen Photos of CANNIBAL CORPSE On Set on Ace Ventura: Pet Detective Surface

One of the biggest moments in Cannibal Corpse’s illustrious career was when they showed up in Jim Carrey’s breakthrough hit, Ace Ventura. It was a big moment and the band claim that not a day goes by where a fan tells them they discovered the death metal greats through the wacky comedy. Despite previous reports to the contrary, Jim Carrey was a big fan of the band’s and personally requested that they perform “Hammer Smashed Face” during their big scene in the movie.care

If you’ve never seen the movie, here’s the scene:

Recently, Metal Injection reader, Florida guitarist and metal lifer Mark Douglas reached out to us and told us that he was actually there on set the day of the infamous shoot at the Cameo Theater in Miami, Florida. Douglas ended up being an extra in the movie. Douglas noted he tagged along with Corpse guitarist

Read more at: http://www.metalinjection.net/exclusive-2/never-before-seen-photos-of-cannibal-corpse-on-set-on-ace-ventura-pet-detective-surface

He disappeared without a trace six years ago. His mother has never stopped looking

Six years after the disappearance of her only son, De’Anna McKnight-Bell still finds herself taking detours home through new neighborhoods to look for him. She stops beneath bridges to check homeless encampments and scans the faces of people walking down the sidewalk.

“I’m constantly looking to see if that’s my son. … I’m never going to give up,” she says.

Her son, Michael Darnell Bell, was last seen after 3 a.m. on Sept. 17, 2011 southwest of Mendota along Interstate 5 in Fresno County. California Highway Patrol officers found Bell sitting in his vehicle, out of gas, and gave him a lift to a nearby service station on Panoche Road.

“Someone told me he vanished without a trace,” McKnight-Bell says. “I just can’t accept that.”

As his mother, I’m never going to give up.

De’Anna McKnight-Bell

On the anniversary of his disappearance, she’s asking the public again for help. She hopes to receive any new

Read more at: http://www.fresnobee.com/living/liv-columns-blogs/carmen-george/article173623676.html

This Girl Has Been Missing For 19 Years, But You’ve Probably Never Heard Of Her

After the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel called out this discrepancy, other American media outlets began to pay attention. CNN asked, “Missing kids: Has media coverage been fair?” CBS News said it was “A Tale of Two Kidnappings.” ABC News called Alexis the “‘Other’ Missing Girl.” But what this meant was although Alexis’s story had finally made it to the national stage, it was never about the missing girl or her community’s desperate search to find her. Alexis Patterson’s disappearance became a forum on media ethics; journalism professors were interviewed rather than grieving parents. No national outlets covered what was happening on the ground in Milwaukee, like the racist flyers found posted around America’s Black Holocaust Museum, which asked why white people should care about Alexis.

“We’re not in control of the media,” Alexis’s stepfather, LaRon Bourgeois, told the National Association of Black Journalists at the time. Bourgeois

Read more at: https://www.buzzfeed.com/jtes/what-happened-to-the-lost-girl-of-unadilla

Some wireless phone customers in Nebraska never got Wednesday night’s Amber Alert – Omaha World

Angela Darrow was sitting with a group of parents at a party for her daughter’s softball team in Omaha on Wednesday night when her cellphone rang with an alert.

At first Darrow thought it was for severe weather, but she looked down and saw it was an Amber Alert — the first one this year, according to the Nebraska State Patrol’s website.

But the nine other parents’ phones stayed silent — they were among the many wireless phone customers across the state who didn’t receive the alert, which was sent out at 6:20 p.m. regarding a man accused of abducting his 8-year-old son in southwest Omaha.

On Thursday, the Nebraska State Patrol asked on social media that people who didn’t get an alert list their towns and their cellphone carriers. Five hours after the post, more than 7,500 people had commented, most of them — particularly Verizon customers — writing they didn’t receive

Read more at: http://www.omaha.com/news/crime/some-wireless-phone-customers-in-nebraska-never-got-wednesday-night/article_e6de5e6e-6d80-11e7-806b-4b40a299cf8b.html