Girl Sailing In Mysterious Lake Is Scared To Extract A Strange Creature With Two Mouths [PHOTOS]

A viral Facebook video recorded the terrifying moment when a girl pulled a strange creature with two mouths from a deep lake.

Creepy find. ThroughFacebook, a viral video showed the spooky discovery of a strange creature with two mouths that fell into a woman’s trap, while navigating Lake Champlain, on the border of the United States and Canada. The terrifying scene became a trend, especially in Mexico , Spain and Argentina.

Debbie Geddes, the woman who ran into this rare animal , told local...

Gulf of Mexico lease sale attracts $159 million in high bids

Gulf of Mexico lease sale attracts 9 million in high bids

Yesterday’s Gulf of Mexico Lease Sale 253 in New Orleans generated over $159 million in high bids for 151 tracts covering 835,000 acres in federal waters. Twenty-seven companies participated in the lease sale, submitting approximately $175 million in bids.

“We are excited about the results from today’s lease sale, which show a continued upward trend for the year. The total from today’s lease sale and the March sale is the highest since 2015 for high bids,” the Interior Department’s Deputy...

Ørsted hires Coast Guard waterways chief

Proposed vessel transit corridors (light blue) lanes through offshore wind energy areas off Massachusetts will be part of a draft Coast Guard plan expected in late 2019. Coast Guard image.

The former Coast Guard waterways management chief for New England has joined offshore wind energy company Ørsted, as the emerging U.S. industry comes to grips with pushback from commercial fishermen and other interests.

Ed LeBlanc, a former Coast Guard officer and most recently chief of the Waterways Management Division for Coast Guard Sector Southeastern New England, will be manager of marine affairs for Ørsted U.S. Offshore Wind, the Denmark-based energy company’s American division.

In his last...

Hornbeck receives continued listing standard notice from NYSE

The Hornbeck OSV Red Dawn. With their big cargo decks and massive tank capacity, OSVs can be suitable for disaster recovery operations, industry advocates say. Easter Shipbuilding photo

Hornbeck Offshore Services Inc. announced yesterday that it had received notice from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) that the company is not in compliance with the NYSE continued listing standard.

The standard, set forth in Rule 802.01C of the NYSE Listed Company Manual, requires the average closing price of the company’s common stock to be at least $1 per share over a period of 30 consecutive trading days.

In accordance with applicable NYSE procedures, the Covington, La-based offshore service...

Rare Unpublished Images of the Titanic Finally Have Been Unveiled [Video].

New high-definition images of the ruins of the mythical Titanic were unveiled on Wednesday, showing that the shipwreck is deteriorating rapidly in the Atlantic Ocean, just over 600 km off the coast of Newfoundland.

The images were recorded as part of an expedition led by the explorer Victor Vescovo, who piloted a specialized device that took more than three years to develop.

Thanks to this mission, a high-performance camera captured the first images in 14 years of the Titanic, whose wreckage...