"Jon Venables groomed me online": Single mother spent a year exchanging flirty messages with James Bulger killer without knowing his…

'Venables tried to groom me': Single mother's unknowing flirt with Bulger killer until he scared her off with graphic image Sarah Finn spent a year chatting to Bulger killer not knowing his identity Single mother-of-one describes him as 'charming, kind and easy to talk to'Venables tried to convince her to meet and she nearly let him see her sonMs Finn ended online relationship after he sent a picture of his penis By Sara Malm PUBLISHED: 00:32 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:32 GMT, 3 March 2013 Child murderer Jon Venables spent nearly a year trying to seduce a mother-of-one, she has revealed. Sarah Finn, 36, unknowingly exchanged flirty online messages and texts with James Bugler’s killer before his 2010 conviction.

Photo "reveals new identity of Bulger"s killer"

Photo 'reveals new identity of Bulger's killer'The image was uploaded to Twitter on TuesdayThe Attorney General's Office is investigating By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 01:04 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 04:03 GMT, 14 February 2013 A photograph published on the internet may have exposed the new identity of one of James Bulger’s killers. The image, uploaded to Twitter on Tuesday, the 20th anniversary of the murder, allegedly showed Jon Venables at a birthday party.

He"s behind you! Terrifying moment great white shark sneaks up on an unsuspecting seagull

He’s behind you! Terrifying moment great white shark sneaks up on an unsuspecting seagullRemarkable photograph echoes iconic poster for 1975 blockbuster JawsImage captured by a marine photographer from a shark cage in Mexico | UPDATED: 20:49 GMT, 30 December 2012 A seagull calmly bobs on the surface of the sea unaware it is just inches away from the jaws of death. This remarkable photograph of a beady-eyed great white shark homing in on its unsuspecting prey echoes the iconic poster for Steven Spielberg's 1975 blockbuster Jaws.

Nostalgia at its finest: Family recreates photo from December 1992 two DECADES later

Look how they've grown! The families that re-enact old holiday snaps decades later for nostalgic photograph albums | UPDATED: 11:28 GMT, 26 December 2012 Time for a trip down memory lane. Remember the Kinsella clan The four siblings Mike, Eileen, Sharyn and Tim, originally from New Jersey, who have taken family photos in the same pose for more than 25 years In a similar gesture, Reddit user NateTrib posted two family Christmas photos on his user account just in time for Christmas

Is this the best Santa photo ever? Or is it simply a case of a little girl with a boo boo?

Was she naughty or nice Little girl strikes unintentionally hilarious pose as she shows Father Christmas (and the camera) a cut on her middle finger | UPDATED: 19:14 GMT, 26 December 2012 Could this be the naughtiest little girl ever to meet Santa Claus or is it just a case of a child with a cut finger Regardless, the picture has become an internet sensation with some dubbing the young girl flipping the finger as the 'best Santa photo ever'. The cringing reaction of her similarly dressed sister suggests that the stern-faced girl may be indeed be reacting badly to a suggestion from the photographer or Santa – adding to the picture's humor.

Sandy Hook shooting: The tragic last school picture of first graders gunned down by Adam Lanza

The tragic last school picture of first graders who were gunned down by Sandy Hook shooter with their substitute teacher | UPDATED: 05:15 GMT, 18 December 2012 Fifteen hopeful, smiling faces beam at the camera for a school picture just a few months ago- a picture which could be from any class in any school in America. But this is not just any picture of any class.

Dandy Hook shooting: The tragic last school picture of first graders who were gunned down by Adam Lanza with their substitute teacher

The tragic last school picture of first graders who were gunned down by Sandy Hook shooter with their substitute teacher | UPDATED: 23:24 GMT, 17 December 2012 Fifteen hopeful, smiling faces beam at the camera for a school picture just a few months ago- a picture which could be from any class in any school in America. But this is not just any picture of any class. It is the last class photograph of the group of Sandy Hook first graders who were wiped out in a hail of bullets on Friday by crazed gunman Adam Lanza.