welcometothe1jungle:

A Mental Ward Exposed: During the world war ll, more than 40,000 men refused to go to war, three thousand of these objectors were instead assigned by the federal government to work in state mental hospitals. Many of these institutions were filthy, run-down and staffed with abusive workers. Charlie Lord, a young Quaker was sent to work at a mental ward called Philadelphia State Hospital. He secretly took photographs to expose the horrors of the institution. These are his photos.
welcometothe1jungle:

A Mental Ward Exposed: During the world war ll, more than 40,000 men refused to go to war, three thousand of these objectors were instead assigned by the federal government to work in state mental hospitals. Many of these institutions were filthy, run-down and staffed with abusive workers. Charlie Lord, a young Quaker was sent to work at a mental ward called Philadelphia State Hospital. He secretly took photographs to expose the horrors of the institution. These are his photos.
welcometothe1jungle:

A Mental Ward Exposed: During the world war ll, more than 40,000 men refused to go to war, three thousand of these objectors were instead assigned by the federal government to work in state mental hospitals. Many of these institutions were filthy, run-down and staffed with abusive workers. Charlie Lord, a young Quaker was sent to work at a mental ward called Philadelphia State Hospital. He secretly took photographs to expose the horrors of the institution. These are his photos.
welcometothe1jungle:

A Mental Ward Exposed: During the world war ll, more than 40,000 men refused to go to war, three thousand of these objectors were instead assigned by the federal government to work in state mental hospitals. Many of these institutions were filthy, run-down and staffed with abusive workers. Charlie Lord, a young Quaker was sent to work at a mental ward called Philadelphia State Hospital. He secretly took photographs to expose the horrors of the institution. These are his photos.
welcometothe1jungle:

A Mental Ward Exposed: During the world war ll, more than 40,000 men refused to go to war, three thousand of these objectors were instead assigned by the federal government to work in state mental hospitals. Many of these institutions were filthy, run-down and staffed with abusive workers. Charlie Lord, a young Quaker was sent to work at a mental ward called Philadelphia State Hospital. He secretly took photographs to expose the horrors of the institution. These are his photos.
welcometothe1jungle:

A Mental Ward Exposed: During the world war ll, more than 40,000 men refused to go to war, three thousand of these objectors were instead assigned by the federal government to work in state mental hospitals. Many of these institutions were filthy, run-down and staffed with abusive workers. Charlie Lord, a young Quaker was sent to work at a mental ward called Philadelphia State Hospital. He secretly took photographs to expose the horrors of the institution. These are his photos.

welcometothe1jungle:

A Mental Ward Exposed: During the world war ll, more than 40,000 men refused to go to war, three thousand of these objectors were instead assigned by the federal government to work in state mental hospitals. Many of these institutions were filthy, run-down and staffed with abusive workers. Charlie Lord, a young Quaker was sent to work at a mental ward called Philadelphia State Hospital. He secretly took photographs to expose the horrors of the institution. These are his photos.

(Source: NPR)

thechessboardkiller:

(Pichushkin is at the bottom row, second to the left. His first victim is the first on the bottom row sitting directly next to him.)

While Pichushkin spent his years in vocational school, he lived life as any normal Russian teen. He took a liking to drinking and played chess and cards in exchange for money. Despite the normality of his life, there were a slight few odd behaviors that came from him.

Once he had asked his two friends  Mike and Alex Odiychuk if they were willing to write out their own suicide notes. The two took his words jokingly, but nevertheless complied. Pichushkin wasn’t one to kid around, which was found out the moment Michael Odiychuk was found missing July 27, 1992.

“We have a family with many children, Michael was the eldest. He was a good kid, he didn’t drink, didn’t smoke, did sports. He always warned us. And he stayed nowhere else at night, always went straight home. That’s why we were worried when he did not return that night and did not call,” his father told reporters.

It was later admitted that Pichushkin lured Odiychuk into the forests of Bitsa Park, threw a noose around his neck and dumped his dead body down the sewers.

 They had planned to kill together, but it soon came to fail as Odiychuk backed out last minute.

“He did not meet expectations,” Pichushkin  told investigators. “We agreed to kill him together, and as the time came, he flatly refused. There I was, I killed him.”

Despite the desperate searches, a body was never found so all chances of linking Pichushkin to the murder was lost.

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sixpenceee:

MEMORIA: PSYCHOLOGICAL HORROR SHORT ANIMATION FILM

A guy stumbles into an abandoned house dark. He soon starts to have visions as well as experience supernatural events. The lights start to flicker, the hallways seem to never end, and the ending will make your day a little bit more grey. 

WATCH IT HERE

PREVIOUS SHORT HORROR FILM RECOMMENDATION: MOTHER DIED

tedbunny:

A girl who grew up in a concentration camp draws a picture of “Home” while living in a residence for disturbed children. Poland, 1948.

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teddiddlybundy:

Some notorious killer cannibals.
teddiddlybundy:

Some notorious killer cannibals.
teddiddlybundy:

Some notorious killer cannibals.
teddiddlybundy:

Some notorious killer cannibals.
teddiddlybundy:

Some notorious killer cannibals.
teddiddlybundy:

Some notorious killer cannibals.
teddiddlybundy:

Some notorious killer cannibals.
teddiddlybundy:

Some notorious killer cannibals.

teddiddlybundy:

Some notorious killer cannibals.

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truecrimehothouse:

Serial Killer // Psychopath Patrick Mackay.
truecrimehothouse:

Serial Killer // Psychopath Patrick Mackay.
truecrimehothouse:

Serial Killer // Psychopath Patrick Mackay.
truecrimehothouse:

Serial Killer // Psychopath Patrick Mackay.
truecrimehothouse:

Serial Killer // Psychopath Patrick Mackay.
truecrimehothouse:

Serial Killer // Psychopath Patrick Mackay.
truecrimehothouse:

Serial Killer // Psychopath Patrick Mackay.
truecrimehothouse:

Serial Killer // Psychopath Patrick Mackay.
truecrimehothouse:

Serial Killer // Psychopath Patrick Mackay.
truecrimehothouse:

Serial Killer // Psychopath Patrick Mackay.

truecrimehothouse:

Serial Killer // Psychopath Patrick Mackay.

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truecrimehothouse:

Actor/Musician Jared Leto portrayed shooter Mark David Chapman in the movie Chapter 27.  For the role, Leto had to gain almost 70 pounds, which he did by drinking microwaved pints of ice cream with soy sauce and olive oil every night.  The above photographs are shot by famous photographer Terry Richardson.
truecrimehothouse:

Actor/Musician Jared Leto portrayed shooter Mark David Chapman in the movie Chapter 27.  For the role, Leto had to gain almost 70 pounds, which he did by drinking microwaved pints of ice cream with soy sauce and olive oil every night.  The above photographs are shot by famous photographer Terry Richardson.

truecrimehothouse:

Actor/Musician Jared Leto portrayed shooter Mark David Chapman in the movie Chapter 27.  For the role, Leto had to gain almost 70 pounds, which he did by drinking microwaved pints of ice cream with soy sauce and olive oil every night.  The above photographs are shot by famous photographer Terry Richardson.

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sentient-sickness:

poisonivygore:

BEGOTTEN

I’ve always thought of Silencer as an auditory interpretation of this film.
sentient-sickness:

poisonivygore:

BEGOTTEN

I’ve always thought of Silencer as an auditory interpretation of this film.
sentient-sickness:

poisonivygore:

BEGOTTEN

I’ve always thought of Silencer as an auditory interpretation of this film.
sentient-sickness:

poisonivygore:

BEGOTTEN

I’ve always thought of Silencer as an auditory interpretation of this film.
sentient-sickness:

poisonivygore:

BEGOTTEN

I’ve always thought of Silencer as an auditory interpretation of this film.
sentient-sickness:

poisonivygore:

BEGOTTEN

I’ve always thought of Silencer as an auditory interpretation of this film.
sentient-sickness:

poisonivygore:

BEGOTTEN

I’ve always thought of Silencer as an auditory interpretation of this film.
sentient-sickness:

poisonivygore:

BEGOTTEN

I’ve always thought of Silencer as an auditory interpretation of this film.

sentient-sickness:

poisonivygore:

BEGOTTEN

I’ve always thought of Silencer as an auditory interpretation of this film.

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juliancalverley:

A damp and misty #latergram from Glen Etive forest #landscape #scotland #iphoneonly #treelove

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houseofrandom:

Albert Speer meeting Hitler
houseofrandom:

Albert Speer meeting Hitler

houseofrandom:

Albert Speer meeting Hitler

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dichotomized:

Holodomor - Ukraine has always been invaluable to Russia as a ready source of gain. For centuries, the fertile black earth of the Eastern European plains was cultivated by kulaks (prosperous peasant farmers) who led a traditional way of life attached to their patches of land. When Stalin came to power in 1924, he instigated a reign of terror in the Ukraine that ranks among the foremost of his crimes against humanity. Over the next few years, he imposed a ruthless policy of collectivization. The kulaks’ land was sized for state farms and they were forced to work their own land as state employees. Many rebelled and were shot. In 1928, Stalin piled on the pressure by increasing the kulaks’ taxes at the ame time as requisitioning ever-larger quotas of grain.
By 1932 the demand of the state had become insatiab;e. At the end of that year the kulaks were forced to surrender their seed grain, without which they could not plant the following years harvest. From February to August 1933 they were ordered to hand over all foodstuffs; at the same time travel restrictions were imposed and the secret police brutally sniffed out any hoarders. The effect was to create a famine of such horrendous proportions that, having devoured first their livestock then cats and dogs and rodents, then starving finally resorted to infanticide and cannibalism.
The quote demands were lifted in 1933, by which time whole villages lay deserted. Survivors were transported to the Siberian gulags (forced labour camps) and Russian settlers were sent into the Ukraine to replace the dead. For years, successive governments of the USSR denied the famine had ever happened. To this day, although Russia accepts that incompetent agricultural policies contributed to mass starvation, it still denies there was any deliberate policy of genocide - officially, Holodomor never happened.
dichotomized:

Holodomor - Ukraine has always been invaluable to Russia as a ready source of gain. For centuries, the fertile black earth of the Eastern European plains was cultivated by kulaks (prosperous peasant farmers) who led a traditional way of life attached to their patches of land. When Stalin came to power in 1924, he instigated a reign of terror in the Ukraine that ranks among the foremost of his crimes against humanity. Over the next few years, he imposed a ruthless policy of collectivization. The kulaks’ land was sized for state farms and they were forced to work their own land as state employees. Many rebelled and were shot. In 1928, Stalin piled on the pressure by increasing the kulaks’ taxes at the ame time as requisitioning ever-larger quotas of grain.
By 1932 the demand of the state had become insatiab;e. At the end of that year the kulaks were forced to surrender their seed grain, without which they could not plant the following years harvest. From February to August 1933 they were ordered to hand over all foodstuffs; at the same time travel restrictions were imposed and the secret police brutally sniffed out any hoarders. The effect was to create a famine of such horrendous proportions that, having devoured first their livestock then cats and dogs and rodents, then starving finally resorted to infanticide and cannibalism.
The quote demands were lifted in 1933, by which time whole villages lay deserted. Survivors were transported to the Siberian gulags (forced labour camps) and Russian settlers were sent into the Ukraine to replace the dead. For years, successive governments of the USSR denied the famine had ever happened. To this day, although Russia accepts that incompetent agricultural policies contributed to mass starvation, it still denies there was any deliberate policy of genocide - officially, Holodomor never happened.
dichotomized:

Holodomor - Ukraine has always been invaluable to Russia as a ready source of gain. For centuries, the fertile black earth of the Eastern European plains was cultivated by kulaks (prosperous peasant farmers) who led a traditional way of life attached to their patches of land. When Stalin came to power in 1924, he instigated a reign of terror in the Ukraine that ranks among the foremost of his crimes against humanity. Over the next few years, he imposed a ruthless policy of collectivization. The kulaks’ land was sized for state farms and they were forced to work their own land as state employees. Many rebelled and were shot. In 1928, Stalin piled on the pressure by increasing the kulaks’ taxes at the ame time as requisitioning ever-larger quotas of grain.
By 1932 the demand of the state had become insatiab;e. At the end of that year the kulaks were forced to surrender their seed grain, without which they could not plant the following years harvest. From February to August 1933 they were ordered to hand over all foodstuffs; at the same time travel restrictions were imposed and the secret police brutally sniffed out any hoarders. The effect was to create a famine of such horrendous proportions that, having devoured first their livestock then cats and dogs and rodents, then starving finally resorted to infanticide and cannibalism.
The quote demands were lifted in 1933, by which time whole villages lay deserted. Survivors were transported to the Siberian gulags (forced labour camps) and Russian settlers were sent into the Ukraine to replace the dead. For years, successive governments of the USSR denied the famine had ever happened. To this day, although Russia accepts that incompetent agricultural policies contributed to mass starvation, it still denies there was any deliberate policy of genocide - officially, Holodomor never happened.

dichotomized:

Holodomor - Ukraine has always been invaluable to Russia as a ready source of gain. For centuries, the fertile black earth of the Eastern European plains was cultivated by kulaks (prosperous peasant farmers) who led a traditional way of life attached to their patches of land. When Stalin came to power in 1924, he instigated a reign of terror in the Ukraine that ranks among the foremost of his crimes against humanity. Over the next few years, he imposed a ruthless policy of collectivization. The kulaks’ land was sized for state farms and they were forced to work their own land as state employees. Many rebelled and were shot. In 1928, Stalin piled on the pressure by increasing the kulaks’ taxes at the ame time as requisitioning ever-larger quotas of grain.

By 1932 the demand of the state had become insatiab;e. At the end of that year the kulaks were forced to surrender their seed grain, without which they could not plant the following years harvest. From February to August 1933 they were ordered to hand over all foodstuffs; at the same time travel restrictions were imposed and the secret police brutally sniffed out any hoarders. The effect was to create a famine of such horrendous proportions that, having devoured first their livestock then cats and dogs and rodents, then starving finally resorted to infanticide and cannibalism.

The quote demands were lifted in 1933, by which time whole villages lay deserted. Survivors were transported to the Siberian gulags (forced labour camps) and Russian settlers were sent into the Ukraine to replace the dead. For years, successive governments of the USSR denied the famine had ever happened. To this day, although Russia accepts that incompetent agricultural policies contributed to mass starvation, it still denies there was any deliberate policy of genocide - officially, Holodomor never happened.

tedbunny:

An arson log kept by serial killer David Berkowitz to keep track of the locations and times of fires he set.

(via true-crime-101)