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Photos: Angry Denver hooker and nine more Weekly World News Colorado scoops

Remember the print edition of the Weekly World News, the supermarket tabloid that specialized in stories about rock music curing a deaf girl, JFK and Hitler still being alive and Hillary Clinton adopting an alien baby? Well, we found an amazing archive of its "reporting" from the Reagan era into the last decade and discovered a treasure trove of Colorado scoops, all guaranteed true or false -- one or the other. From '90s issues alone, we learned about everything from a toe-eating babysitter to a Denver hooker angry at...well, you'll see. Count down our ten weirdest finds below.Number 10: The resurrection of Sammy

Photos: Angry Denver hooker and nine more Weekly World News Colorado scoops

Paula Magnuson of Denver couldn't bear the thought that her beloved hamster, Sammy, had gone to his final reward. So she popped into the freezer and then, on a lark, decided to thaw him out six months later -- and lo and behold, he was perfectly fine! Number 9: Revenge of the Porta-Pottie Inspector

Photos: Angry Denver hooker and nine more Weekly World News Colorado scoops

A dangerous lunatic with a superhero (supervillain?) fixation reportedly was fed up with the condition of portable toilets at DIA -- so he decided use arson in support of justice. Among his alleged notes: "If you don't fix the toilet-paper dispenser, I will burn down another one. Signed, The Flame Man." Continue to keep counting down our favorite Weekly World News Colorado scoops.



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