knuxtiger4:

Taken off of Taxidermy.Net.  One of the members there posted this picture of a wolf that was taken in Russia.  As you can see, there is something very wrong with this wolf.  Some said it is a spinal defect that made it this way.  Interesting never the less and hopefully this animal will provide answers.  I’m more shocked that an animal like this manage to live to adulthood in such a harsh environment.  Also this picture isn’t photoshopped as there was additional images showing this wolf.

(via thegreenwolf)

urbanmongoose:

First there were SquishDogs. The there was SquishWolf. Now meet SquishFox!
I’ve heard of foxes with this condition, but never come across a photo of one until now. I believe this one was killed in UK, and was found on a forum here
urbanmongoose:

First there were SquishDogs. The there was SquishWolf. Now meet SquishFox!
I’ve heard of foxes with this condition, but never come across a photo of one until now. I believe this one was killed in UK, and was found on a forum here
urbanmongoose:

First there were SquishDogs. The there was SquishWolf. Now meet SquishFox!
I’ve heard of foxes with this condition, but never come across a photo of one until now. I believe this one was killed in UK, and was found on a forum here

urbanmongoose:

First there were SquishDogs. The there was SquishWolf. Now meet SquishFox!

I’ve heard of foxes with this condition, but never come across a photo of one until now. I believe this one was killed in UK, and was found on a forum here

(via thegreenwolf)

crowfactory:


cyclical.
amy glunt, 2014

a piece in my senior art exhibition.
little grey fox i picked up one night on the side of the road. she was so beautiful. it was my first time ever seeing a grey fox up close. i hung onto her until i envisioned the perfect way to bring her back. i think she looks so peaceful now, and i certainly love her.
crowfactory:


cyclical.
amy glunt, 2014

a piece in my senior art exhibition.
little grey fox i picked up one night on the side of the road. she was so beautiful. it was my first time ever seeing a grey fox up close. i hung onto her until i envisioned the perfect way to bring her back. i think she looks so peaceful now, and i certainly love her.
crowfactory:


cyclical.
amy glunt, 2014

a piece in my senior art exhibition.
little grey fox i picked up one night on the side of the road. she was so beautiful. it was my first time ever seeing a grey fox up close. i hung onto her until i envisioned the perfect way to bring her back. i think she looks so peaceful now, and i certainly love her.
crowfactory:


cyclical.
amy glunt, 2014

a piece in my senior art exhibition.
little grey fox i picked up one night on the side of the road. she was so beautiful. it was my first time ever seeing a grey fox up close. i hung onto her until i envisioned the perfect way to bring her back. i think she looks so peaceful now, and i certainly love her.
crowfactory:


cyclical.
amy glunt, 2014

a piece in my senior art exhibition.
little grey fox i picked up one night on the side of the road. she was so beautiful. it was my first time ever seeing a grey fox up close. i hung onto her until i envisioned the perfect way to bring her back. i think she looks so peaceful now, and i certainly love her.
crowfactory:


cyclical.
amy glunt, 2014

a piece in my senior art exhibition.
little grey fox i picked up one night on the side of the road. she was so beautiful. it was my first time ever seeing a grey fox up close. i hung onto her until i envisioned the perfect way to bring her back. i think she looks so peaceful now, and i certainly love her.

crowfactory:

cyclical.

amy glunt, 2014

a piece in my senior art exhibition.

little grey fox i picked up one night on the side of the road. she was so beautiful. it was my first time ever seeing a grey fox up close. i hung onto her until i envisioned the perfect way to bring her back. i think she looks so peaceful now, and i certainly love her.

(Source: amyynoelle, via somedeadthings)

lapitiedangereuse:

A woman being tattooed, early 1900s.

(via deamhan)

autopsynecropsy:

Six victims of Helen Patricia Moore:

Mar. 1, 1979: Andrew Stuart Moore, 2-years-old, murdered
May 19, 1979: Suzanne Louise McIntosh, 16-months-old, murdered
Jan. 16, 1980: Vaughan Robert Nicholson – 12-months-old; survived
Feb. 24, 1980: Rachel Ann Hay, 2-years-old, murdered
Feb. 1, 1980: Aaron William Crocker – 2-years-old; survived, but made blind and unable to walk
Mar. 24, 1980: Peter John Moore, 7-years-old, murdered

From 1979 to 1980, in the Western Suburbs of Sydney, 17 year old Helen Patricia Moore was a babysitter who murdered five of the children she babysat. She has since been released from prison and now has a daughter of her own.

(Source: unknownmisandry.blogspot.co.nz, via crimesandkillers)

tedbunny:

Serial killer Jurgen Bartsch was a sadistic pedophile who would torture young boys before murdering them and disposing of them in an abandoned mine. He was sentenced to life imprisonment and was subjected to psychiatric assessments - during these assessments it was determined that his crimes stemmed from a sexual compulsion and that they were outside of his conscious control.
Because of this information his sentence was reduced, and this made him motivated to please parole boards.  He opted to undergo voluntary castration as part of his rehabilitation, but he died as a result of the procedure - doctors determining the cause of death as heart failure.
tedbunny:

Serial killer Jurgen Bartsch was a sadistic pedophile who would torture young boys before murdering them and disposing of them in an abandoned mine. He was sentenced to life imprisonment and was subjected to psychiatric assessments - during these assessments it was determined that his crimes stemmed from a sexual compulsion and that they were outside of his conscious control.
Because of this information his sentence was reduced, and this made him motivated to please parole boards.  He opted to undergo voluntary castration as part of his rehabilitation, but he died as a result of the procedure - doctors determining the cause of death as heart failure.

tedbunny:

Serial killer Jurgen Bartsch was a sadistic pedophile who would torture young boys before murdering them and disposing of them in an abandoned mine. He was sentenced to life imprisonment and was subjected to psychiatric assessments - during these assessments it was determined that his crimes stemmed from a sexual compulsion and that they were outside of his conscious control.

Because of this information his sentence was reduced, and this made him motivated to please parole boards.  He opted to undergo voluntary castration as part of his rehabilitation, but he died as a result of the procedure - doctors determining the cause of death as heart failure.

(via natural-vodka)

unexplained-events:

Walls of Writing
A mysterious author somewhere in Chongqing, central China has written an entire story on the walls of this abandoned house. The story is about a Kung-Fu super-hero and his adventure. No one knows who or where the author of this story is. 
He describes the super-hero in one line as: “I was 17… I have reactions like lightning, hearing like a bat, my vision is like a hawk, and I am as strong as a general.” -[X]
unexplained-events:

Walls of Writing
A mysterious author somewhere in Chongqing, central China has written an entire story on the walls of this abandoned house. The story is about a Kung-Fu super-hero and his adventure. No one knows who or where the author of this story is. 
He describes the super-hero in one line as: “I was 17… I have reactions like lightning, hearing like a bat, my vision is like a hawk, and I am as strong as a general.” -[X]

unexplained-events:

Walls of Writing

A mysterious author somewhere in Chongqing, central China has written an entire story on the walls of this abandoned house. The story is about a Kung-Fu super-hero and his adventure. No one knows who or where the author of this story is. 

He describes the super-hero in one line as: “I was 17… I have reactions like lightning, hearing like a bat, my vision is like a hawk, and I am as strong as a general.” -[X]

(via natural-vodka)

officialdowney:

don’t get arrested kids because

you will never look this fucking good for your mugshot

(via psychopathlair)

malformalady:

The eyes of an albino animal appear red because the color of the red blood cells in the underlying retinal blood vessels is able to show through, and there is no pigment in the iris to obscure it.

(via deamhan)

ianference:

Liquid-proofed mattress in one of the buildings that still remained at Western Center in 2008.  Locally known as “Morganza” for the town which housed it, most of the campus was demolished by 2009 and the historic Administration Building - best known for its cameo as the exterior of the asylum which housed Hannibal Lecter in “The Silence of the Lambs” - was destroyed in 2011.  Western Center served several purposes over the years, including as a custodial asylum for people deemed mentally retarded by the state, and as a reform school for troubled youth.  It had a dismal reputation during all of its various uses.

(via destroyed-and-abandoned)