More than a dozen nude students joined thousands of Filipinos in a protest against the burial of Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos in a heroes' cemetery. A few thousand activists joined a "Black Friday" protest on November 25 in the rain at Manila's seaside Rizal Park, where they carried Marcos' effigy in a mock coffin. Anger was directed at Marcos and his family. But President Rodrigo Duterte was also targeted for allowing the burial of the dictator, who was ousted in a "people power" revolt three decades ago.
Terror as 'ghost of Michael Myers' floats above cemetery in horror photo
Graveyard ghost: Terror as 'Michael Myers' face floats above cemetery in horror photo - Daily Star
Yesterday, Katherine Heigl took to Instagram to apologize for posting a few "disrespectful" photos in a cemetery. If you don't keep up with Heigl on the 'Gram, she went to a cemetery in Buffalo, New York to visit her grandparents' and brother's graves, which is fine, but the pictures she posted while there didn't sit well with her followers. Reportedly, the actress and former Grey's Anatomy doctor went around the cemetery posing for photos with some of the gravestones and statues. The photos are basically cheesy graduation pictures, except they're taken in a cemetery and not on a campus or commemorating a huge achievement. According to People , her Instagram captions were supposed to be "comedic.
The row dates back to , when Hefner launched Playboy by publishing her nudes without permission. Now he will be buried next to her after buying the crypt in advance. By Eleanor Bley Griffiths. Playboy mogul Hugh Hefner manages to be controversial even in death. Hefner had bought some old nude photographs of Monroe which had been taken in before she hit the big time, publishing them in his first issue without ever seeking her consent.
Benny Coleman, 24, was with a friend hoping to prove the existence of the paranormal when his companion got spooked. This comes as a mystic was visited by The Beatles in a spooky snap. The duo were left terrified when they realised they had captured a face floating eerily over the gravestones — and fled the cemetery in fear. Benny, from Southport, Australia, said: "It was a very active night.