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Top 10 most watched videos of 2014

Top 10 most watched videos of 2014 Top 10 most watched videos of 2014
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

We at WDAM want to take a moment to look back at this year's top 10 most watched videos.

Here are the links for each story that made the list.

Number 1: The WDAM Live Stream with 29,102 views. http://www.wdam.com/story/22909583/live-video

Number 2: Video shows brutal beating outside Columbia convenience store- with 9,508 views. http://www.wdam.com/story/25576220/video-brutal-beating-outside-columbia-convenience-store

Number 3: Alleged flamingo bandit made rap video about incident with 9,242 views. http://www.wdam.com/story/26767472/alleged-flamingo-bandit-made-rap-video-about-incident?autostart=true

Number 4: Las Vegas man claims he killed the first Bigfoot with 4,721 views. http://www.wdam.com/story/24410735/las-vegas-man-claims-he-killed-the-first-bigfoot

Number 5: Blooper reel: Reporter eats dirt while shooting story with 4,581 views.

http://www.wdam.com/story/26044888/blooper-reel-reporter-eats-dirt-while-shooting-story?autostart=true

Number 6: Jones County mother allegedly shoots, kills daughter with 2,522 views. http://www.wdam.com/story/25404400/jones-county-officials-respond-to-shooting?autostart=tru

Number 7

7: Laurel police seek public help in finding two men with 2,022 views. http://www.wdam.com/story/26479971/laurel-police-seek-public-help-in-finding-two-men

Number 8: Tractor removed from I-59 overpass with 2,000 views. http://www.wdam.com/story/26203986/work-continues-to-repair-damaged-bridge-on-i-59-in-hattiesburg

Number 9: Hattiesburg Zoo in search of alleged flamingo thieves with 1,976 views. http://www.wdam.com/story/26729967/stolen-flamingo-found-succumbed-to-injuries-sustained-by-uncaptured-thieves?autostart=true

Number 10: Father turns in Jones County escaped inmate with 1,697 views. http://www.wdam.com/story/25303251/father-turns-in-jones-county-escaped-inmate?autostart=true

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