Fife is a busy old place and is not a stranger to some rum goings-on.
Just a couple of days after we told of a whole array of madness in the Kingdom, we have more bizarre events to relate.
How about, for starters, the chicken rustlers that have struck in the west of the county?
It seems said chickens were targeted, leaving their young owner devastated.
Just who would do such a thing? And could there be a rational eggsplanation?
The Courier finds out more.
Meanwhile, in Kirkcaldy we have unearthed incontrovertible evidence of the existence of an ethereal being, aka a ghost.
Said apparition takes the form of small girl in a christening gown (and absolutely isn’t the reflection of the family’s small girl, also pictured).
The partially transparent figure appeared in a photograph taken in the home of unsuspecting but now severely shaken family.
It really is chilling stuff.
Examine the aforementioned incontrovertible evidence (a largely subjective matter) in Thursday’s other-worldly (but in a thoroughly down to earth way) Courier.
Babies. Don’t you just love them.
Names registered in 2014 have been revealed.
There were also three Indy’s (but no Referendum’s) and one single, solitary, Roy.
Talking of kids, if you want to see Andy Murray in his more tender years, you will not want to miss our very-nearly-the-end-of-the-working-week edition.
Mum Judy has been releasing some photos of the little tennis-loving tyke before he became champion of the WORLD (or won some tennis matches anyway).
* Great fare in Thursday’s Courier. I can put it no more plainly that than. Please do pick up your copy or try our digital edition.