Video: Let's be real, if Kevin pulled off the traps and stunts he did in Home Alone in real life, there would be no movie, because the Wet Bandits would be deader than dead. Torching a scalp, smashing a head with a can of paint, beating up a chest with a crowbar, all those scenes would end up with a lot of gore and someone dying. But because it's a fun kid's Christmas movie, we can't have that. Or can we?
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During the 2007 murder trial of music mogul Phil Spector, forensic experts for the defence and prosecution disagreed on how to interpret the blood spatter patterns on clothing worn by both Spector and his victim, among other disputed physical evidence. The end result was a hung jury, forcing the presiding judge to declare a mistrial.
Video: Blood isn't supposed to plop out like a solid, but that's what happens when a snake's hemotoxic venom gets mixed in with human blood — it thickens liquid blood into this congealed jelly substance. It's pretty gross. This is how a venomous snakebite affects the body of its prey. A lot of tiny blood clots form inside the bloodstream, causing fatal blockages.
A bite to the neck and a clean getaway — that's what a vampire needs. A group of physics students from the University of Leicester calculated exactly how long a vampire would need to accomplish those two things: about 6.4 minutes. They published their findings in the university's Journal of Physics Special Topics.