Paul, the Octopus, became famous when he predicted every match of the World Cup in South Africa accurately. But his death in …
An upcoming biopic will tell the story of the clairvoyant cephalopod that gained instant celebrity status by calling outcomes of World Cup soccer matches last summer.
Think of it as the second coming of the psychic octopus.
And the bets are off. The answer to that life-long question, ‘octopus vs. beer bottle, who will win?’ has finally been answered.
NewsFeed is sad to announce that Paul, the famous psychic octopus who shot to fame after predicting the outcomes of World Cup this summer, died Tuesday. He lived just two and a half years.
Thanks to a new iPhone app, you can query World Cup legend Paul the Octopus (well, an octopus like him) on everything from what pizza you should buy to whether you should continue to read this article.
He’s been one of the world’s hottest topics this past month and has even “spoken” to TIME’s World Cup blog. But now Paul the psychic octopus is the subject of an international transfer request. Hold onto your tentacles.
With eight correct World Cup predictions for each of his eight tentacles, including Spain’s epic win against the Netherlands on Sunday, Paul the Octopus is quitting while he’s ahead.
Call now for your underwater psychic reading.
The “octopus oracle” is back at it, predicting that the Netherlands will fall to Spain in the World Cup final. Plus, he gives an exclusive interview to TIME! (via TIME’s World Cup blog)
An octopus correctly predicted the outcomes of all six of Germany’s World Cup games. So when do we have to start worshiping him as our leader?
In this unpredictable world, why not rely on an octopus to foresee World Cup outcomes?