34-year-old David Gonzalez recently bought an abandoned house in Elbow Lake, Minnesota for $10,100. David remodels and flips houses, and that was his plan here.
The house had old newspaper instead of insulation, so he cracked into the walls to fix that. And sitting there with the old newspaper was a comic book . . . the most valuable comic book OF ALL TIME.
David found a copy of Action Comics Number One from 1938, which is the first appearance of SUPERMAN. In mint condition, it's worth at least $2 MILLION.
But this one wasn't in mint condition . . . and its condition QUICKLY got worse after David found it. His in-laws saw it, got excited about it, and tried to grab it out of his hands. In the process, they TORE it . . . which knocked about $75,000 off its value.
The comic will still be EXTREMELY valuable though. It's being auctioned off online and the bidding is already up over $135,000 with about three weeks to go. That's ten times more than David paid for the house.
There may be beef between JON BON JOVI and RICHIE SAMBORAafter all, because Richie does NOT seem happy with Jon right now.
It all started back in April, when the band announced that Richie had left due to "personal issues." There were rumors that Richie had fallen off the wagon again, but he insisted he was fine.
Ever since then, EVERYONE has been asking Jon what's up . . . and every time, Jon says things like: Richie is still in the band, it was his decision to leave, he's still dealing with a "personal matter," we don't know when he'll be back.
Well, out of nowhere, Richie's CLAWS have come out, and he's attacking Jon.
He tells Britain's "Daily Mail", quote, "I don't have any major problems in life right now, I love my fans, and I feel bad for them at the moment. Bottom line. My opinion is Jon wants to see if he can pull off stadiums by himself.
"He is making it very difficult for me to come back. Enough with the trash talking! Jon needs to stop talking about me publicly. I'm fine. I'm working very hard on my fashion company 'Nikki Rich' and this is a private matter."
Richie is apparently upset with an interview Jon gave to the "London Evening Standard". . . when he suggested that Richie was absent for the same reason he was two years ago: When he went to rehab for alcohol abuse.
He also implied that Richie WAS replaceable. Jon said, quote, "It's getting more and more difficult every day to not just sit here and say something, because all I can say is this: 'It's for personal reasons.'
"He's been through it before, fortunately for us the same guy who filled in last time [in 2011] was available this time. Life goes on.
"If someone chooses not to be here . . . unlike if this were, God forbid, THE EDGE, and he for some reason couldn't make a U2 show, [then] it would be very difficult to just step in.
"You have a choice . . . you either figure it out, go and grow, not only survive but thrive. Or, you say, 'I hate my brother and I'm gonna quit the band.'"
According to a new survey by Hotwire.com, most of us haven't been to some of the country's most famous landmarks. Here five that MOST Americans have never seen:
1. 78% of us have never been to the Space Needle in Seattle.
2. 73% of Americans have never visited Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.
3. 70% have never seen the Gateway Arch in St. Louis.
4. 69% of us have never seen the Hollywood Sign.
5. And 57% have never been to the White House.
The only landmark on the list that more than HALF of Americans have visited was the Las Vegas Strip. Only 45% of us haven't been there.