What if one of the most famous and terrifying urban legends was not a legend but a frightening fact? History tells us that Alligators lurking around in the sewers of New York City is based in truth. In the mid-1930s three teenagers pulled an eight-foot alligator from a storm drain. Reports persisted until a skeptical Superintendant of Sewers, Teddy May, was forced to investigate for himself. What May found shocked even him–swarms of alligators alive beneath the busy main street of America’s big
Adele is celebrating triumph at the Grammy Awards after picking up six gongs. The British soul singer’s awards included album of the year for 21 and best record for Rolling In The Deep. The 23-year-old had surgery on her vocal cords late last year and had been resting her voice on her doctor’s orders until the music industry’s biggest night. Taking to the stage for the first time since then, she sang Rolling In The Deep and finished to a standing ovation. Adele also added song of the year, best
video.news.sky.com The number of people killed in the biggest freeze to hit Europe in decades has risen to over 300. The Ukraine has been hardest-hit, while Bosnia has declared a state of emergency after a combination of avalanches and strong winds left hundreds of villages cut off. Sky’s Geraldine Cooper reports.