"Academic Claims Britain Has 'Underground Network' of 15,000 Vampires": Here Are The Best Headlines of the Week 7 years ago

"Academic Claims Britain Has 'Underground Network' of 15,000 Vampires": Here Are The Best Headlines of the Week

Headline writing is largely regarded as being a skill that can entice an audience to click into an article or create a conversation.

And that’s exactly what these have done! In this feature, we’re taking a look at some of the most unusual headlines that made their way online during the week.

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Here are some of our favourites from the week that was:

1. ABC News

"Officials in Alabama say they're investigating a series of thefts involving metal urinal components from restaurant bathrooms" reads ABC News.

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2. Reuters

"Secret Service police on Friday arrested a man who stripped naked outside the White House fence and fought with officers" Reuters reports.

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3. Mirror

"Dr Emyr Williams wants to learn more about Britain's 'fascinating' hidden group of secret bloodsuckers" writes the Mirror.

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4. UPI

"Celestino Moras was subdued after allegedly opening fire at a rodeo in Bartow County over Memorial Day weekend" reports UPI.

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5. UPI

"A Michigan zoo will be holding a fecal fundraiser this spring in order to raise money" writes UPI.

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