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Wednesday morning online trends 4/24

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Wednesday morning has been an interesting one online. Let's take a look at a couple of stories you'll want to know about for today.

Yahoo News has a slideshow of some pretty unique photos.

A photographer from Budapest wanted to try out something new, so she created the "Time Travel Project".

The project features photos of her body superimposed onto famous and historically iconic snapshots.

The woman, sporting her modern digital camera, can be seen along with the likes of Elvis and Marilyn Monroe.

It's really an intriguing idea as the woman actually looks more natural in the pictures than you may think.

Click here to check them out.

A video from YouTube grabbed my attention as I browsed through trending topics.

The clip, out of Colombia, shows a man attempting to commit suicide by stepping out in front of a train.

At just the last second a cop notices the suicide attempt and grabs the man, pulling him to safety.

Check out the incredible video below!

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