Spalding County Sheriff's Office say the body is that of Timothy Johnson, who disappeared on 6 December.
On being quizzed about her sex life with the spirit, Amanda Teague, to the surprise of the Loose Women panellists, revealed that she once had a pregnancy scare.
After human faeces were found twice on the road in a Connecticut cul-de-sac, police set up a motion-activated camera to capture the disruptive defecater.
The woman signed the winning ticket as she was unaware she could have preserved her identity by writing the name of a trust.
Ashbourne is home to one of Britain's oldest and bloodiest sporting traditions: the Royal Shrovetide Football Match, played every year on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday.
Haesindang Park, or "Penis Park", located on the East coast of South Korea is drawing crowds with its unique phallic-shaped sculptures located one hour away from the Olympics.
Paul Hellyer claimed that the group has not come out with the technology as it has huge financial stakes in the petroleum industry.
Passenger on Delta Airlines flight began swearing and complaining after she found out she had to sit next to a woman and her son.
An inmate missing from his cell in a prison in Colorado, USA, was discovered hiding in the ceiling after the detention centre was put into lock down and a perimeter search launched.
A former chief of staff of Iran's armed forces has said he believes that Western spies used lizards to spy on Iran's nuclear programme.
Leroy Horton, from Sydney, filmed what happened when he decided to play a game with a Huntsman spider and get as close as he could before it moved.
A Brazilian man attempting to travel through Lisbon Airport in Portugal was detained by police for allegedly carrying 1kg of cocaine in a fake bum.
Snake Catchers Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan & Gold Coast shared a photo showing the red-bellied black snake in a schoolgirl's Harry Potter backpack.
Shakul Gupta from the north Indian city of Gurugram will also reportedly give a glimpse of different personas to his "prospective girlfriends".
Court papers show the flight from the Dominican Republic to New York had to be diverted to Washington for safety reasons.
Derbyshire-native Duncan Robb thought he was buying tickets for LA-based band the Red Hot Chili Peppers as a Christmas present for his girlfriend.
Passenger at Auckland Airport went for a cigarette break while at the gate and bypassed security upon returning.
Germany celebrates its annual Rose Monday carnival in traditional fashion: with floats featuring huge, unflattering puppets of politicians.
Fragments of a miniature "flying saucer" that has been called the "British Roswell" have been rediscovered in a cigarette box at London's Science Museum.
Teams throw 500,000 kilograms of oranges at each other as the northern Italian town of Ivrea marks the start of carnival season.