Police responding to a gruesome triple homicide in a Kentucky home used a unique tactic to protect two young children found unharmed inside. Officers draped blankets around a 4-year-old boy and a 2-year-old girl, saying they were "invisible cloaks" so the children could be removed from the home without seeing the crime scene. Reena Ninan reports.
Detectives wanted to get the children out of the room "without seeing the horrific scene just outside the door"
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By Jeong Park Many photos of Korean War adoptees obscure reality. In one photo, the smiling adoptees are depicted singing in their colorful traditional Korean dress known as hanbok. Those children, a part of the Korean Orphan Choir, would perform at Carnegie Hall and produce an album with a folk singer Burl Ives, also known for […]
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Keeping young children away from perceived risky activities such as wild outdoor swimming is damaging, according to education expert Dr Sandra Leaton Gray (UCL Institute of Education). Writing in her book ‘Invisibly Blighted: the digital erosion of childhood‘ Leaton Gray says, “Heavily supervised young children of today may simply be more likely to drown as [...]
French company Fireworld has been criticized for telling parents to find out if their children are gay by using its “invisible PC spy software”. In a blog post on Fireworld’s website, the company suggested that parents could hack their teen son’s Fac… Read The post Spyware Firm Suggests Parents Use Software to Determine if Their Kids are Gay appeared first on Towleroad.
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To the lovely lady who yelled out of her car window to point out that my children and I are able-bodied and just parked in a handicap space, I hope that you never need to use one. My children live with an invisible disability called autism spectrum disorder. They may look neurotypical and healthy on […]
With exposure times of half a minute, Victorian mothers wanting a portrait of their children had to disguise themselves as chairs, couches and curtains to hold them still. The results are often unintentionally funny. Many of the women have made themselves more, rather than less, conspicuous. Show More Summary
For many years now, stories about the conditions at the now-shuttered Bon Secours Mother and Baby Home in Tuam, Ireland, have circulated among locals. Little by little, those stories started gaining wider reach. The children who lived there never learned to speak correctly. Show More Summary
Five years after its viral video broke the internet, Invisible Children is on the front line of a covert war against the Lord’s Resistance Army.
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Denisa, Robert and Calin have never celebrated their birthdays: the three children, like thousands of other Romanians, don't have birth certificates, leaving them in an administrative black hole. "It's very hard. Without birth certificates...Show More Summary
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