I will always remember seeing the outlandish covers on the National Enquirer magazines while waiting with my mom in numerous grocery stores throughout my childhood. The headlines were always so captivating, but then again I was also a child. As I got older (and more mature), the tabloid's headlines just seemed to get more and more ridiculous, but when I saw the cover of this issue, I really felt like the Enquirer went a little too far.

The National Enquirer printed a story called "Whitney's Final Minutes," in which they recreated Whitney Houston's death scene. The cover screams, "What REALLY happened," and presents a photograph of a woman unconscious on a bathroom floor, but if you look closely, you will see the words, "PHOTO RE-CREATION." They hired a woman to pose as Whitney Houston's dead body.

[via Jezebel]

Shame on them.