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Doritos-Fueled Time Machine, Oh Babies!, Robbery Foiled: Weird Maryland News

Movie American Hustle's Baltimore heritage, deadly bridge encounter, Tiki attack - all in one click.

Still of video that is a finalist for the Super Bowl.
Still of video that is a finalist for the Super Bowl.
News of the strange and weird in Maryland:

New Year's Twin Babies Born in DC 3 Minutes Apart, But in Different Years

Twins Lorraine Yaleni Begazo and Brandon Ferdinando Begazo were born on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day in Washington, DC.Read more on Bowie Patch.

Police: Random Late-Night Encounter on Eastport Bridge Ends in Stabbing

Two groups crossed paths in Eastport, during which one man was stabbed, police said. Read more on Annapolis Patch.

'American Hustle' Film Has Its Roots in Baltimore

A 1970s FBI sting in Maryland was the inspiration for the Abscam investigation into congressional bribery portrayed in the movie “American Hustle.” Read more on Dundalk Patch.

Ellicott City Man's Commercial a Finalist for $1 Million Super Bowl Contest

Raj Suri's Doritos spot could net him $1 million if it receives the most votes in the company's Super Bowl contest. Read more onEllicott City Patch.

Woman Charged With Striking Pregnant Woman With Tiki Torch

Police say a Washington, D.C., woman faces charges after forcing her way into a Takoma Park apartment, where she hit a pregnant woman in the stomach with a broken Tiki torch and then stabbed a man who came to the victim’s aid. Read more on Takoma Park Patch.

Woman Slams Door on Home Invader Pretending to Deliver Package

A woman opened her door, and a man tried to barge his way in, pulling a handgun from his waist, police said. Read more on Annapolis Patch.


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