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  • Ella Mae is only 21 months old, but her crooning to Elvis Presley already has made her a Web sensation

    The baby belts out her version of the King’s “An American Trilogy” while strapped in her car seat on the road with her father.

    Little Ella Mae knows the song so well, she has her head movements perfectly timed to the cymbals and moves her arms in rhythm to dramatic points in the music as if she is conducting the instrumental section. Her face even gets soulful and serious as she concentrates warbling along to the melody.

    Although words may not yet be her strong suit, that does not get in the way of her giving the song her all. The adorable toddler throws in a few “daddys!” for her doting driver.

    Already, Ella Mae’s rendition of Elvis has gotten more than 467,000 views on the YouTube video, which went up last month.

    User HoundDogBilly, who posted the video, notes that Ella Mae likes to sing along to other Elvis songs, such as “Suspicious Minds” and “Lawdy Miss Clawdy,” and along

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  • A mysterious Catholic priest showed up to the site of a car crash in Missouri on Sunday, with witnesses saying he offered a blessing before disappearing just as quickly as he arrived.

    But those at the site of the crash, including a number of rescue workers, are now at a loss after realizing no one knows the identity of the mysterious holy man who does not appear in any of the nearly 70 photographs taken at the scene of the accident.

    "I think it's a miracle," Raymond Reed, fire chief of New London, told USA Today. "I would say whether it was an angel that was sent to us in the form of a priest or a priest that became our angel, I don't know. Either way, I'm good with it."

    Reed and other rescue workers spent 45 minutes attempting to remove 19-year-old college student Katie Lentz from the wreckage, to no avail. While Lentz was conscious and communicating with authorities, they said her vital signs were quickly dropping.

    Rescue workers were left with little choice other than to turn the

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    Tim Lake was victimized by an unknown assailant. But the Phoenix resident said he’s not about to give up on justice without a fight .

    Lake had placed an order on Amazon and was patiently waiting for his package to be delivered. It arrived, but someone showed up on Lake’s doorstep and stole the goods.

    But the theft was caught on camera, showing a middle aged, blonde haired woman walking up to Lake's doorstep, grabbing the package, and then fleeing.

    “She runs off into the distance, scurrying almost like she’s got a flat tire in there,” Lake told local affiliate CBS5.

    Lake responded to the theft by combining his sense of humor and some due diligence.

    First, he created a “wanted” sign, which he posted around his neighborhood. The poster reads, in part:

    “Beware! Have you seen this robber?”

    The poster goes on to described the thief as, “Either a woman, or Dog the Bounty Hunter has really let himself go.”

    Lake reached out to local news media to get his story out to the public. When asked to

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