Horse-Headed Prankster Videobombs Baltimore Snowstorm Live Shot


Baltimore Reporter’s Live Shot Sees Possible Reappearance of ‘Horsehead’ Video Bomber

By Kevin Eck  (Mediabistro/TV Spy 1/22/2014)

Last year during the coverage of Hurricane Sandy, a reporter for NBC owned station WRC featured a live shot with a shirtless man wearing a horse head jogging down a street in Washington, D.C.

Today, the conspiracy theorist interwebs are abuzz with the second sighting of a horse head wearing person spotted during another weather event. This time it happened on Baltimore NBC affiliate WBAL in Ellicott City, MD, behind reporter Kate Amara. Coincidence?

Probably not. This horse man is a tad more introspective than the hurricane runner and looks like he maybe gave up jogging, not that we’re in any position to judge.

(via Deadpsin)

Bonus! Autistic Weather Fan Frankie MacDonald’s Baltimore Forecast

Weather reports cause storm: Autistic Frankie MacDonald tells critics ‘I have a good heart’

You’ve probably never heard weather reports like this — but Sydney, N.S., man is becoming an Internet hit.

By Curtis Rush (The Toronto Star, 2/26/2013)

Frankie MacDonald has caused something of an Internet storm over his YouTube weather postings.

The 28-year-old autistic man’s reports, posted online daily from his home in Sydney, N.S., and advertised on his Twitter feed, have generated many negative comments with some making fun of him and taking rude, personal shots.

At the same time, others are rushing to his defence and urging him to continue.

This kind of online exchange has pushed a few of his YouTube postings well over the 100,000 mark.

But at the centre of it, although he tries to ignore the negativity, MacDonald told the Toronto Star he is hurt by the negative comments.

The positive comments made him feel “great,” he said in an email.

However, he added he tries to “ignore” the negative feedback.

Continue reading at The Toronto Star.

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