Traverse City/ Northern MIchigan Buzz
Police are searching for a man who tried to abduct a girl in Traverse City - 7 and 4 news has more here...
Speaking of the attemped abuduction - 9 and 10 had a great story on how to protect yourself - more here
Want to watch game 1 of the World Series at the State? It's showing tonight at 8pm! Free!
While promoting the final "Twilight" movie on Australian TV, ROBERT PATTINSON said his sex scene with KRISTEN STEWART was one of the most difficult to film in the entire series. But only because, quote, "You're shooting stuff to be PG-13, so you're trying to think of inventive ways of trying to make something sexy." Meanwhile, Kristen and Rob are NOT promoting the movie together. At least not yet. She's in Japan.
EVA LONGORIA and New York Jets quarterback MARK SANCHEZ have broken up . . . because they hardly got to spend any time together.
DANIEL RADCLIFFE and ROBERT PATTINSON top a list of the richest British celebrities under the age of 30. Daniel is worth $85 million . . . while Robert has $62 million in the bank. Rounding out the Top 5 are Keira Knightley, Emma Watson and One Direction.
A CNBC contributor claims that DONALD TRUMP'S big announcement today will be that he has located BARACK and MICHELLE OBAMA'S divorce papers . . . which may be over a decade old. A recent book called "The Amateur" has already claimed that Michelle had divorce papers drawn up in 2000 . . . after her husband failed in his bid to win a House seat in Chicago.
ABC is developing a sitcom starring JANE FONDA. It's called "Now What?" . . . and Jane is playing a mother who moves in with her daughter, after the daughter rips her in a BLOG POST titled "Dear Mom, Here's Why I Hate You".
This is cool! According to scientists at Northwestern University in Illinois, YOU have the ability to see into the future. You just need to try harder. Julia Mossbridge is a neuroscientist at Northwestern. She's been reviewing more than three decades of studies and evidence on whether people have a SIXTH SENSE . . . or at least a little bit of ability to have premonitions. AND WE DO.
Mossbridge says you can actually see TWO to TEN SECONDS into the future . . . you just have to CONCENTRATE on the messages your body is sending you. For example, let's say you're playing solitaire at work. You click off the game just a second before your boss walks around the corner. How did you know to do that? In studies, Mossbridge says people's heart rate and the electrical measurements of their skin actually change in anticipation of something BAD. Like, for instance, your boss catching you.
Your perceptions are heightened because of your fear. That heightens your senses and actually DOES give you a brief moment of being able to SENSE THE FUTURE. Mossbridge says the odds of that being random chance are 400 BILLION TO ONE.