A new video of the 2011 Japanese earthquake has been posted online. The video consisting of several clips gives an intimate glimpse of the panic that spread as the 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Japan about 70 km from Tokyo.
The video shows hundreds of white-sided dolphins in a panic-stricken dash with killer whales chasing after them. The viewer can sense the panic of the dolphins as their fins churn the blue bay waters white in their frantic dash for safety.
A school in Staffordshire UK, has apologized to the parents of Wesley Walker,14, of Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, who wrote a creative writing essay for his school project that his mother mistook for a suicide note.
Australian prankster Alki Stevens has come up with his own version of the VitalyzdTv "Miami Zombie Attack Prank" that spread panic on the streets of Miami as people ran for their lives at the sight of a real life "zombie."
Foreign news reports bring preconceived notions to the forefront of the stories. Combined with on-camera theatrics and selective video and photos, the parachute journalists present a distorted version of the Fukushima effects on Tokyo.
Two Boston men charged with creating panic by putting electronic light boards across the city have pleaded not guilty. The devices caused a bomb scare across Boston. But today when they faced reporters, they would only answer questions about hair.