Cocaine smuggler's bestiality farm

Vann Hall writes:

In Mark Helprin's "Winter's Tale," a war breaks out between two NYC newspapers. One, the Sun, is a serious, NY Times-ish publication, while the other (the Ghost) is an over-the-top, Murdochian tabloid that often runs sensationalistic headlines that have nothing to do with the accompanying article — assuming there even is an accompanying article. Hanging on the wall of the Sun's publisher is a framed copy of his favorite free-standing Ghost headline: "Dead Model Sues Race Horse." The headline from a recent Seattle Times Weekly blog entry is almost as good:

"Douglas Spink, Ex-Cocaine Smuggler, Charged With Running Bestiality Farm for Tourists"