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              FILE - In this Feb. 12, 2012 file photo, Chris Brown accepts the award for best R&B album for "F.A.M.E." during the 54th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. Grammy-winning musician Chr

    FILE - In this Feb. 12, 2012 file photo, Chris Brown accepts the award for best R&B album for "F.A.M.E." during the 54th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. Grammy-winning musician Chr

    Posted: 5/12/2013 12:58:40 AM EST
    FILE - In this Feb. 12, 2012 file photo, Chris Brown accepts the award for best R&B album for "F.A.M.E." during the 54th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. Grammy-winning musician Chris Brown's neighbors are unhappy with the creepy art he's chosen to have painted along the curb of his Hollywood Hills home, Saturday, May 11, 2013. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles, File)
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              In this undated photo released on Friday March 1, 2013 by the UK Border Agency, an official shows the seizure of dried caterpillars at Gatwick airport, England. British customs agents m

    In this undated photo released on Friday March 1, 2013 by the UK Border Agency, an official shows the seizure of dried caterpillars at Gatwick airport, England. British customs agents m

    Posted: 3/1/2013 1:08:31 PM EST
    In this undated photo released on Friday March 1, 2013 by the UK Border Agency, an official shows the seizure of dried caterpillars at Gatwick airport, England. British customs agents made a creepy discovery when an airline passenger was found with 94 kilograms (207 pounds) of caterpillars in his luggage. The man claimed the insects were intended as food for personal consumption. The U.K. Border Force said Friday that inspectors at London's Gatwick Airport found the dried caterpillars shrink-wrapped in cellophane and packed into hessian bags carried by a passenger travelling from Burkina Faso via Istanbul. (AP Photo/UK Border Agency)
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    Posted: 12/7/2011 2:35:55 PM EST
    FILE - In a Feb. 1, 2011 file photo, bedbugs are seen next to the tip of a finger in a container from the lab at the National Pest Management Association, during the National Bed Bug Summit in Washington. Researchers now say that the creepy bugs have a special genetic gift: withstanding incest. It turns out that unlike most creatures, bedbugs are able to inbreed with close relatives and still produce generally healthy offspring. That means that if just a few bedbugs survive in a building after treatment, they repopulate quickly. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)
  •  - Creepy clowns and their crazy minions get ready to scare at the House of Torment haunted house in Austin, Texas on Oct. 24, 2011. (Charlie L. Harper III/Reuters)

    Creepy clowns and their crazy minions get ready to scare at the House of Torment haunted house in Austin, Texas on Oct. 24, 2011. (Charlie L. Harper III/Reuters)

    Posted: 10/27/2011 11:58:50 AM EST
    Creepy clowns and their crazy minions get ready to scare at the House of Torment haunted house in Austin, Texas on Oct. 24, 2011. REUTERS/Charlie L. Harper III
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    Posted: 9/8/2011 9:50:45 AM EST
    In this July 19, 2011 photo, Kathryn Erbe arrives at the "Crazy Stupid Love" premiere in New York. A Pennsylvania man convicted of stalking Erbe has been sentenced in New York to five years' probation and ordered to pay $42,000 in restitution. Charles Nagel was sentenced Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011 in federal court in Brooklyn. Prosecutors say the 36-year-old Philadelphia resident began stalking Erbe in 2008 by trying to hug her while she was filming in Manhattan. Authorities say once he was rebuffed, he began composing creepy missives about her on a social networking site. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes)
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    Posted: 8/19/2011 7:40:45 PM EST
    FILE - In this May 18, 2006 photo, Burger King CEO John W. Chidsey, background center, watches as"The King" mascot of Burger King Corp., arrives at the New York Stock Exchange in New York. Burger King's spooky "The King" mascot is retiring so the struggling burger chain can refocus its marketing to reach new customers. The mascot has been around for years, but recently has become a more prevalent and somewhat creepy presence in ads. The fast food chain, which has suffered declining sales, will roll out a new advertising campaign this weekend sans "The King" that will focus on its burgers. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
  •  - To match Reuters Life! FOOD-INSECTS/

    To match Reuters Life! FOOD-INSECTS/

    Posted: 1/18/2011 5:37:30 AM EST
    Various stages of beetles crawl around on the palm of a hand at an insect farm in Ermelo January 12, 2011. Insects are already bred as food for birds, lizards and monkeys at the Callis family's farm near the university, and now the owners see a chance to sell bugs for human consumption. All you need to do to save the rainforest, improve your diet, better your health, cut global carbon emissions and slash your food budget is eat bugs. Mealworm quiche, grasshopper springrolls and cuisine made from other creepy crawlies is the answer to the global food crisis, shrinking land and water resources and climate-changing carbon emissions, Dutch scientist Arnold van Huis says. To match Reuters Life! FOOD-INSECTS/ REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY ODDLY)
  •  - Suang Puangsri, 38, and his son release scorpions back to their habitat in a forest in Uttaradit province,

    Suang Puangsri, 38, and his son release scorpions back to their habitat in a forest in Uttaradit province,

    Posted: 9/5/2009 2:08:28 AM EST
    Suang Puangsri, 38, and his son release scorpions back to their habitat in a forest in Uttaradit province, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok September 4, 2009. Suang has adapted his house to live with his unusual pets, about 4,600 scorpions, as part of his atonement after serving the creepy crawlies on the menu for the past decade. Scorpions and other insects like locusts and grasshoppers are a popular snack in Thailand. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND SOCIETY ANIMALS)
  •  - Suang Puangsri, 38, holds a scorpion in his mouth at his home in Uttaradit province

    Suang Puangsri, 38, holds a scorpion in his mouth at his home in Uttaradit province

    Posted: 9/5/2009 1:59:59 AM EST
    Suang Puangsri, 38, holds a scorpion in his mouth at his home in Uttaradit province, 600 km (373 miles) north of Bangkok September 4, 2009. Suang has adapted his house to live with his unusual pets, about 4,600 scorpions, as part of his atonement after serving the creepy crawlies on the menu for the past decade. Scorpions and other insects like locusts and grasshoppers are a popular snack in Thailand. Picture taken September 4, 2009. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND SOCIETY ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)