From experiencing what it's like to sneak across the US/Mexico border to a dog and fish love story, THV's Tom Brannon catches you up on some Weird But True headlines.
Want to do as millions of undocumented immigrants have done and illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border? That will be $18.
In the small town of El Alberto, Mexico, tourists can get the 'illegal' experience without being in any real danger, aside from some cuts and bruises.
More than 100 residents are employed by the Caminata Nocturna, a simulated experience that allows tourists to act as migrants attempting to cross the border.
During the four-hour Saturday night trek, participants must evade immigration officials and border patrol agents, while trying not to trip and fall in the dark wilderness.
Another strange story comes from China where a mother is giving her quadruplet sons a head-start this school year. The boys weren't only born on the same day, they are also all identical.
As you can imagine, the teachers are having a hard time telling them apart so mom gave them each a distinctive haircut. They now each have a number shaved onto their head by their birth order.
The boys have also been put in different classes because they are so identical, there were several mix-ups at school.
And last, but not least, we have the story of an odd couple of sorts. Sasha the dog was with her owners on Lake Mead in Nevada when she was introduced to one very friendly fish. And this fish obviously has no idea what a food chain is.
Sasha and the curious catfish took turns chasing each other and even have a few smooches like a couple of love-struck teenagers. They also shared a meal together.
There were several fish around, but only this one wanted to hang out with Sasha.
Nearly half-a million people have viewed the video online.