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Nancy Crampton-Brophy has been charged with the murder of her husband, Daniel Brophy. She is the author of romantic suspense novels and, in a 2011 blog post, outlined various motives and methods of killing a husband. Portland Police Bureau hide caption

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Bigfoot casts for "Seven" on display at the Bigfoot festival in Marion, N.C. on Saturday. David Ford/WFDD hide caption

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The Lore Of Bigfoot Lives On At North Carolina Bigfoot Festival

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Viruses thrive in the security lines at airports, according to several studies. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Where Are The Most Viruses In An Airport? Hint: It's Probably Not The Toilet

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The FBI says it has recovered a pair of ruby slippers worn in The Wizard of Oz that were stolen from a Minnesota museum in 2005. One of several pairs of slippers worn by Judy Garland in the movie are seen here in 1996. Ed Zurga/AP hide caption

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