1.George Ives was an English writer. For 58 years he studied the newspaper and cut out strange and unusual stories and put them into scrapbooks. Between 1892 and 1950 he filled 45 scrapbooks (6000 pages) with these 'cuttings' from newspapers. In 1980 a collection of the strangest and funniest stories appeared: Man Bites Man. Here are some of stories.
2.In 1931 in South Australia millions of mice invaded towns along the Trans-Australian Railway. They ate furniture and bedclothes, and in the town of Loongana they invaded the railway station and ate ￡100 in one-pound notes.
3.In 1931 in Italy, a goat was born with two heads. It was very greedy, and ate with both heads. It died because it ate too much !