'Mermaids: The Body Found' proves there's something mysterious beneath the surface


As a 17-year-old, Susan Musfelt (now Hoose) applied and was hired in the summer of 1959 as one of the original mermaids at Disneyland. She was born in Waukegan, Illinois on July 7, 1941 and has lived a pretty amazing life.

Mark Moore Gallery describes Allison Schulnik's paintings as "distinctively textured," which may be the understatement of the year. Schulnik's painted outcasts are more stuff than substance, their insides oozing out and

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BY JARROD WOOLLEY THE Warrnambool Mermaids overcame a late fightback from a determined Geelong Supercats on Saturday night to extend their winning streak to six games. A flurry of scoring shots in the last five minutes of the game wasn't enough to get

“Mermaids: The Body Found” either could be very intriguing — or just one whopper of a fish story. It's a special claiming that the mythical sea creatures may have actually existed. 7 pm today, Animal Planet. * Good news: The bloody mayhem continues on

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