Twins Lucy and Maria Aylmer are twins but most people wouldn't believe it based on their appearance. They have the same mom and dad but Lucy has pale white skin with red hair while Maria has a caramel complexion and thick curly black hair.
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12-year-old, Taylor Blanton was in the kitchen waiting for her mom to come home from work when a burglar tried getting in. She dialed 911 and gave the operator a very detailed description. She took video and photos of the stranger as he lurked in ...
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If a masked intruder broke into your home, would your dog attack or run away? Inside Edition put some dogs to the test to find out whether they would confront the burglar or wimp out. In a recent case, a robber kicked down the door of a home with two dogs, but instead of teaming up to take him down, the canines took off. Inside Edition tested Perry, a 5-year-old yellow Labrador. Her owner, Michelle Kellaher, loves her dog but wonders whether Perry would save her in an emergency.
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Many airlines offer extended leg room seats for a price, and sometimes it can cost hundreds of dollars. A little known tip if you're flying solo is to wait until you get to the airport to choose your seat assignment. If you want an upgrade or a better car, one trick is to just smile and ask. Inside Edition's Lisa Guerrero shares more tips for getting upgrades while traveling.
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Seven-year-old Emmy McCardell was sunbathing outside her house in Salt Lake City when a car pulled up. The driver offered a friendly greeting, then asked an enticing question that any little kid could fall for. “Do want a bicycle?” he asked. But little Emmy knew just what to do. She yelled “no” and ran into her home. Emmy's mom Michelle knew something was wrong the second her daughter ran through the door. She says she taught her two kids from an early age about “stranger danger.”
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A mom called 911 after her daughter wandered into a massive cornfield. Timberlyn Merritt is a busy stay-at-home mom. Her three-year-old daughter, Remy, is always on the go, and her one-year-old Yorkie is never far behind. Merritt says she left Remy on the swing set for just a minute and when she came back out, Remy was gone, and so was their dog Heath. More than 100 people joined in the search, combing through the 8-foot high corn stalks. But Remy was not alone. Heath never left her side.
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After moving into a new home, a Wisconsin woman was surprised to learn that her next-door neighbor was her long-lost sister. Hillary Harris of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, was turned off by her new neighbor. The two homeowners shared a driveway but were very cold toward one another. “She would not acknowledge me whatsoever,” Harris said. “She'd go into the house.” But for some reason, the new neighbor felt a bond with Harris’ 7-year-old daughter, Stella.
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A 10-year-old boy is sharing the survival tips that kept him alive overnight in the Utah wilderness. For more follow the hashtag #HowToSurvive
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It's the crazy, just released video of a prison break, shot by the escapees themselves. And one gives thumbs up when he makes it through. Three inmates escaped from the Central Men's Jail in Santa Ana, California, sparking a nationwide manhunt. The men sawed a leg off a bunk, then cut a hole in an air vent, allowing them to crawl inside the prison's interior walls. Their jaunt didn't last long, as the men were captured after eight days and returned to prison.
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It's been nine years since the King of Pop died. Michael Jackson was 50 when he suffered a fatal overdose at his home, leaving behind three young children who were raised by his extended family. Jackson had two children with ex-wife Debbie Rowe, Michael Prince Jr. and Paris. His youngest child, Prince Michael Jackson II, was conceived with an anonymous surrogate. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano (https://twitter.com/MaraMontalbano) has more.
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Surveillance footage captured the disturbing moment a woman allegedly tried breaking into the California home of retired police officer Christina Paul in a scene described as something out of ‘The Walking Dead.’ In an odd twist to the story, Paul said a police chaplain later arrived at her door. He introduced himself as the alleged intruder’s father, she said. "Immediately I screamed, 'No!' and I said, 'You shouldn’t be here,'" Paul said. She said she called police to complain.
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People have found plenty of intriguing things hidden in their homes. Look what this dad found when he lifted a loose tile in the closet of his new home: a secret safe set into concrete. Homeowner Joe DiCresce even posted a photo on social media, "Just bought a house. Found this hidden under the floor. How do I open this?" DiCresce tried to guess the combination, with help from his daughter Rebecca. Remodeling a home in Michigan revealed antique books and a puzzling metal artifact.
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As summer is right around the corner and the Zika virus out there, what mosquito repellents work best? INSIDE EDITION went down to the USDA Mosquito and Fly Research Unit in Gainesville, Florida to find out which repellents work best. Three volunteers exposed their arms to hundreds of hungry Zika-free mosquitos. The first product to be tested was the chemical DEET. It's the active ingredient in many spray repellants like OFF, Cutter and Repel. They all worked fighting off the mosquitos.
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An 11 year-old girl, home alone, called 911 saying a group of men were breaking into her house. Ashley Bermudez recalls the terrifying ordeal as she ran up to her bedroom to hide while on the phone with the 911 dispatcher waiting for help to arrive. Investigators say the men got into a stolen car and sped away, crashing into a flatbed truck nearby. A man and two juveniles were taken into custody and have been charged in this case. Meanwhile, local officials are praising Ashley's courage.
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Art connoisseurs could only watch in horror as an expensive piece was shredded before their eyes. No sooner did the gavel come down to mark the sale of Banksy's "Girl With Balloon" for a record $1.4 million, did the picture start to slip out of its frame into shreds below. The anonymous artist claims to be behind the stunt. He says he built the shredder into the painting's frame in case it ever sold at auction. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano (https://twitter.com/MaraMontalbano) has more.
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A five-year-old girl named Lexi got a medal for saving the lives of her mom and baby brother after their car plunged down an embankment in the Canadian Rockies. Her mom Angela was driving home with her kids when she fell asleep at the wheel and dr...
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Don Longo of Radius Investigations says if there’s an active shooter, barricade the door and line up against the walls. You want to steer clear of the gunman's line of fire, should he shoot through the door. In the Parkland school shooting, students hid in closets to dodge bullets. Experts say closets are a good place to hide, and everyday items can be turned into weapons to fight back. Turn off lights so the shooter thinks the room is empty. Also remember to put your cell phone on silent.
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More from Inside Edition: http://bit.ly/2bF0iuC In the middle of rural Kansas, armed security patrol the entrance to a doomsday bunker that's reserved for the wealthy elite and sales are booming. Inside Edition headed deep below the surface of the Earth and into an underground bunker like no other. Larry Hall, the owner of the Survival Condo Project says, "Since the election of Donald Trump we have seen a whole new demographic of people calling in. People we didn't know they existed before."
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The Purple Mattress is famous for the hilarious commercial featuring what's known as the “human egg drop” test, a stunt designed to show the mattress is so supportive and comfortable that eggs won't break when a body falls on top of them. Inside Edition’s Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero wanted to see if the human egg drop test really worked, so she tried it out herself. Supervising the test was Professor Ali Sadegh of New York's Grove School of Engineering, as well as stuntman Bob Cotter. Right away, Cotter realized there was an issue.
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If you're on the shore and witness a tragedy unfolding, Sacramento Fire Department Captain Brian Gonsalves has advice: Stay calm. It comes after a group of friends were hanging out at a river on a hot afternoon and one was swept away by the current. Captain Gonsalves says only go in the water as a last-ditch effort. For more follow the hashtag #HowToSurvive
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Heart-pounding surveillance footage showed mom Brittany Morse pointing a weapon at an intruder in her California house as she dialed 911 for help. The Taft mother held the alleged burglar at gunpoint while she waited for police to arrive. The incident started when Morse's daughter, Aubrey, opened the door leading to the garage and saw the strange man. "It's a little overwhelming, but I did the right thing," Morse said. "I protected my children."
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It was a disturbing story. 14-year-old Madison Coe was electrocuted while using her cell phone in her bathtub. Her family told Inside Edition she regularly used her phone while soaking in the tub. So is it ever safe to use your cell phone in the bathtub? To find out, electrical engineer Steve Fowler set up a demonstration with Inside Edition's Chief Investigative Correspondent, Lisa Guerrero, to show what could happen when you use a cell phone in the water.
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More from Inside Edition: https://www.youtube.com/user/cbstvdinsideedition?sub_confirmation=1 On the biggest day of her life, a bride suffered an allergic reaction from a flower in her bouquet. "I was the scariest looking person at my wedding,” Christine Miller told Inside Edition. The culprit was the snow-on-the-mountain flower. What she didn't know is that it can be as poisonous as poison ivy. The night before the wedding, she and her bridal party stayed up to finish the floral arrangements. They had picked the flowers on her property outside Lincoln, Nebraska.
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The teenage football player accused of killing his cheerleader girlfriend was found guilty in a Tennessee court this week. Former Division III college football player William Riley Gaul was convicted of first-degree murder after he shot his then-16-year-old girlfriend, Emma Walker, to death in November 2016 while she was in bed in her Knoxville home. Gaul, 19, immediately was given a mandatory sentence of life in prison without possibility of parole for 51 years, after the verdict came down.
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Before she became the People's Princess, Diana worked as a nanny. Her salary was $5 an hour. Back in 1980, Mary Robertson was an American businesswoman living in London and she needed a nanny for her toddler son, Patrick. She called a local agency and 18-year-old Diana showed up for an interview. Mary had no idea the shy and quiet Diana was actually Lady Diana Spencer, an aristocrat from one of England's oldest families.
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Like most toddlers, Ivy loves the water, but in her case bath time can only last a few seconds. Her skin turns red with painful blisters when it comes into contact with water. Her parents say all water, hot or cold, causes Ivy to have a severe allergic reaction. It’s so severe; it even impacts her when she cries, according to her parents, Brittany and Daniel Angerman. Ivy's baby sister, Grace doesn't have the condition.
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Nearly 12 years after Hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans, one abandoned structure still stands: the once-vibrant Six Flags amusement park. The place that once brought happiness and laughter to thousands of children and families now looks grim and dilapidated, and a shell of what it once was. When the park closed in August 2005 as the hurricane loomed, it was assumed the amusement park would re-open a few days later, but it remains shuttered.
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Four brave girls who threw iced coffees and a Slurpee to escape an alleged predator are telling their story. Sisters Allison and Lauren Eickhoff, and two other girls were leaving a convenience store at a gas station outside Flint, Michigan, when they say they were approached by a stranger. “He looked really weird,” Allison told Inside Edition. “He grabbed me and he, like, covered my mouth and said, ‘You're coming with me,’ and I was, like, in shock.”
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When it comes to baby gender reveals, some are out of this world. For example, a couple sent a balloon into space to find out if they were having a boy or a girl. With the help of a high school space group, they launched the balloon into the sky, and when it burst, they got their answer! Couples have used chainsaws, exploding baseballs and tattoos to help share the news. One couple even enlisted the aid of Bill Murray to help reveal the sex of their unborn child to the world.
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The homeless piano prodigy in Florida stunned the nation with his talents. After we gave him a makeover, he told us there was still one thing missing from his life, the son he lost touch with 15 years ago when his life spun out of control. We tra...
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One teenager is lucky to be alive after suffering cardiac arrest during a high school volleyball game at Loganville Christian Academy in Georgia. Claire Crawford, 17, told INSIDE EDITION: "I remember blacking out and waking up." Fortunately for the teen there was an Automated External Defibrillator nearby. Claire's body got a jolt from the defibrillator which was used by a school administrator and eventually helped her come back to consciousness. Her mom said that she thought they had lost her.
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A child who became known as Boston's Baby Doe after her body was found in the city's harbor has finally been identified.
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Anthony Sukto was eight years old when his dad stabbed him in the stomach and murdered his mom. Ten years after the attack he told INSIDE EDITION: "I survived the unthinkable. In total I got stabbed about eight times."
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Why would anyone want to jump out of a moving car? 27-year-old Elizabeth Suarez says she had to do just that to save herself from an alleged kidnapper. Jumping out of a moving vehicle is very dangerous, but it could be your only choice if you're being held against your will and there are steps you can take to at least lessen the risks. Inside Edition spoke to stuntwoman Tammie Baird. To make sure she wasn't injured in the demonstration, Tammie wore safety padding and leaped onto a mat.
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Abby Hernandez was 14-years-old when she was kidnapped on her way home from school. For nine harrowing months she was kept prisoner in a shipping container by a monster in New Hampshire beginning in October 2013. “He told me, ‘Call me 'master,’” she told ABC’s “20/20.” She said he even put a shock collar around her neck. Scared police would arrest him, kidnapper Nathaniel Kibby released her on a lonely New Hampshire road in 2014.
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If you think you should hide in a bathtub when a tornado approaches, think again. Storm chaser Warren Faidley shared survival tips with INSIDE EDITION. While bathtubs were once made of cast iron, today they're too flimsy to be any help, he explained. Outside, do not seek shelter beneath an overpass in case the structure is damaged. Instead look for a ditch and lay as low as possible. 'Lay flat, get down and cover your head if you can," he said. "Hopefully the winds will go right about you." For more follow the hashtag #HowToSurvive
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All commercial dumpsters may be filled with trash, but some contain food that is perfectly edible. Inside Edition's Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero and food waste expert Rob Greenfield recently searched for food inside garbage bins, and what they found was shocking. They went to a dumpster outside a CVS store in Orlando, Florida, where they proved that edible food is going to waste. "I'm going to have to throw away my clothes, this is disgusting, really gross," Guerrero said.
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Behind the walls of one Pittsburgh family's house lurked a menace that was a fixture in their home for 13 years: an alarm clock. Every night, Sylvia and Jerry Lynn heard the clock, which went off at exactly 7:50 p.m. After more than a decade inside the walls, it was recently removed by a local air conditioning company. For years, they never felt the need to remove it because Jerry said: "It makes a great conversation piece, particularly with new people."
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A homeless man with a scruffy beard and long scraggly hair looks like a lost soul. But he has magic fingers on the piano and his talent is breathtaking. He's playing the piano on a public sidewalk in Sarasota, Florida. No one expected to hear such...
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More from Inside Edition: http://bit.ly/2bF0iuC A United Airlines pilot was tardy to her flight Saturday and arrived in civilian clothing, getting on the loudspeaker and ranted about her divorce and politics. According to reports, about 20 passengers disembarked the plane saying they didn't feel safe with her as the pilot. "Ok, if you don't feel safe, get off the airplane," the pilot said. "I'll stop and I won't fly the airplane. Don't worry. I'm going to let my co-pilot fly it. He's a man. Ok?"
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An Ohio police officer has been fired after he detained his daughter’s boyfriend during a traffic stop. Disturbing dashcam footage of the incident was captured in April but has only now made public. It shows John Kovach, a 26-year veteran of the force, pulling over his 18-year-old daughter’s boyfriend. His daughter, Katlyn, was driving with boyfriend Makai Coleman, of whom her father reportedly disapproved.
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In the wake of Wednesday’s mass shooting at a Florida high school, would you know what to do if you were in a similar situation? Inside Edition went to one New Jersey high school as they prepared for the nightmare they pray will never happen. It's called a code red and that means there is an active shooter in the building and they need to get into lockdown. It's intended to be as realistic as possible, with cops and students covered in fake blood. The drill even included a car bomb.
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Video of a human chain saving a woman trapped in a car during flash flooding is one of many top heart stopping videos of 2016. In another video, strangers come together to overturn a car that flipped, but the year also saw devastation. Tornadoes in the Midwest brought down a Starbucks store and a tree snapped in half during a wedding photo session killing the bride's mother.
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Donald Gould sat down at a piano at a public arts exhibit in Sarasota, Florida, and stunned people with his talent. Now, Gould has a chance for a new beginning. In an INSIDE EDITION exclusive, we're giving this homeless man a makeover.
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For too many distracted shoppers, a trip to the grocery store ends with a stolen purse or wallet. But there are some common sense ways to protect your stuff. A New Jersey shopper examined a package of chicken recently in a grocery store, as a female thief swooped in and snatched her purse in a split second. Security consultant Bill Stanton showed Inside Edition how to make sure you don't become a victim. “It is so quick, people don't know it's happening,” he said.
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More from Inside Edition: http://bit.ly/2bF0iuC A home security company has been accused of ripping out the signs of rival businesses and using deceptive practices to convince homeowners to switch to their alarm systems. The company, Alder, held a training session where Inside Edition producer Charlie McLravy attended while posing as a recruit. An Alder salesmen was caught on camera trying to convince homeowners to switch their ADT contract by offering a free upgrade. ADT is currently suing Alder for deceptive and misleading sales practices.
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A desperate mom was filmed as she dropped to her knees when a cruise ship left her and her husband behind while their three children were on board. The 4,000-passenger ship was dockside preparing to depart for New York when the woman's husband noticed she was missing. He was driven away in a buggy to look for her, leaving their three children on board. Minutes later, the ship's horn blew as it sailed off. The couple tried racing back to the ship but it was too late.
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Joseph Mourad loves the auto pilot feature of his Tesla. He even drives with his feet hanging out the window. Mourad was issued a ticket, but it wasn’t for his sitting position or reckless driving. He was going too slow, 25 miles per hour in a 65 mile per hour zone. He says the car was going slow because of heavy traffic. The ticket was dismissed.
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Prayers were finally answered for the family of a teenager who has been missing for the last five years. Emily Paul was just 14 when she vanished from her home outside Tallahassee, Florida, in 2013. She recently sent her family a letter telling them she was alive and well but would not reveal her whereabouts. Her cousin, Melissa Parker, told Inside Edition the family “never gave up hope.” “She's alive, that is the best thing that could have possibly happened,” Parker added.
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Many people have switched to glass bath and shower enclosures, but in the past five years, more than 2,000 have checked in to the emergency room for injuries caused when the glass doors shattered, sometimes spontaneously. Inside Edition took a look at a danger most consumers know nothing about. “It sounded like a bomb went off,” a mother named Amy said. “It burst into smithereens, basically.” She said the glass door of her shower spontaneously exploded with her 12-year-old son inside.
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