sweetdeffects4:

Post surgery scoliosis.

lady-feral:

unexplained-events:

Dudleytown
is a famous “ghost town" located in the woods of Connecticut. Founded in 1737 by Thomas Griffis, Dudleytown was never a town but a township, part of Cornwall. The forest there was thick, and the land hard and full of stones, so living there wasn’t favorable. It is currently supposed that there were high levels of lead in the water there, as well as Native American tribes around the area fighting to take back their rightful land. Lightning strikes, disease, disappearances and suicides followed residents of Dudleytown, and by 1899 it was abandoned. In the 1920s, a doctor moved with his wife to the quiet forest, charmed by the peace, but after returning home from an emergency procedure, he found his wife had gone mad. It was believed something from the forest attacked her, and she was moved to a mental hospital. The circumstances around Dudleytown and it’s penchant for distaster came to be called a "curse,” though most believe the town just didn’t survive time.  
Source for second (top right) picture.

I know where I’m going on vacation!  >:D
lady-feral:

unexplained-events:

Dudleytown
is a famous “ghost town" located in the woods of Connecticut. Founded in 1737 by Thomas Griffis, Dudleytown was never a town but a township, part of Cornwall. The forest there was thick, and the land hard and full of stones, so living there wasn’t favorable. It is currently supposed that there were high levels of lead in the water there, as well as Native American tribes around the area fighting to take back their rightful land. Lightning strikes, disease, disappearances and suicides followed residents of Dudleytown, and by 1899 it was abandoned. In the 1920s, a doctor moved with his wife to the quiet forest, charmed by the peace, but after returning home from an emergency procedure, he found his wife had gone mad. It was believed something from the forest attacked her, and she was moved to a mental hospital. The circumstances around Dudleytown and it’s penchant for distaster came to be called a "curse,” though most believe the town just didn’t survive time.  
Source for second (top right) picture.

I know where I’m going on vacation!  >:D
lady-feral:

unexplained-events:

Dudleytown
is a famous “ghost town" located in the woods of Connecticut. Founded in 1737 by Thomas Griffis, Dudleytown was never a town but a township, part of Cornwall. The forest there was thick, and the land hard and full of stones, so living there wasn’t favorable. It is currently supposed that there were high levels of lead in the water there, as well as Native American tribes around the area fighting to take back their rightful land. Lightning strikes, disease, disappearances and suicides followed residents of Dudleytown, and by 1899 it was abandoned. In the 1920s, a doctor moved with his wife to the quiet forest, charmed by the peace, but after returning home from an emergency procedure, he found his wife had gone mad. It was believed something from the forest attacked her, and she was moved to a mental hospital. The circumstances around Dudleytown and it’s penchant for distaster came to be called a "curse,” though most believe the town just didn’t survive time.  
Source for second (top right) picture.

I know where I’m going on vacation!  >:D
lady-feral:

unexplained-events:

Dudleytown
is a famous “ghost town" located in the woods of Connecticut. Founded in 1737 by Thomas Griffis, Dudleytown was never a town but a township, part of Cornwall. The forest there was thick, and the land hard and full of stones, so living there wasn’t favorable. It is currently supposed that there were high levels of lead in the water there, as well as Native American tribes around the area fighting to take back their rightful land. Lightning strikes, disease, disappearances and suicides followed residents of Dudleytown, and by 1899 it was abandoned. In the 1920s, a doctor moved with his wife to the quiet forest, charmed by the peace, but after returning home from an emergency procedure, he found his wife had gone mad. It was believed something from the forest attacked her, and she was moved to a mental hospital. The circumstances around Dudleytown and it’s penchant for distaster came to be called a "curse,” though most believe the town just didn’t survive time.  
Source for second (top right) picture.

I know where I’m going on vacation!  >:D

lady-feral:

unexplained-events:

Dudleytown

is a famous “ghost town" located in the woods of Connecticut. Founded in 1737 by Thomas Griffis, Dudleytown was never a town but a township, part of Cornwall. The forest there was thick, and the land hard and full of stones, so living there wasn’t favorable. It is currently supposed that there were high levels of lead in the water there, as well as Native American tribes around the area fighting to take back their rightful land. Lightning strikes, disease, disappearances and suicides followed residents of Dudleytown, and by 1899 it was abandoned. In the 1920s, a doctor moved with his wife to the quiet forest, charmed by the peace, but after returning home from an emergency procedure, he found his wife had gone mad. It was believed something from the forest attacked her, and she was moved to a mental hospital. The circumstances around Dudleytown and it’s penchant for distaster came to be called a "curse,” though most believe the town just didn’t survive time.  

Source for second (top right) picture.

I know where I’m going on vacation!  >:D

welcometothe1jungle:

Post-mortem photography.

truecrimehothouse:

Notorious killer Donald Neilson, known as the Black Panther.

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graveyardgardenslayer:

Lady of the Krakow Crypt, 1787. A woman who was poisoned by her father on her wedding day for marrying a man he disapproved of. She’s still in her wedding dress.

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Lawrence Bittaker, with an IQ of 138, dragged high school girls into his van - brutally raping then murdering them by twisting a coat hanger around their neck with a pair of pliers. When his tape recording of one murder was played in court, people rushed outside and vomited.

Lawrence Bittaker, with an IQ of 138, dragged high school girls into his van - brutally raping then murdering them by twisting a coat hanger around their neck with a pair of pliers. When his tape recording of one murder was played in court, people rushed outside and vomited.

Lawrence Bittaker, with an IQ of 138, dragged high school girls into his van - brutally raping then murdering them by twisting a coat hanger around their neck with a pair of pliers. When his tape recording of one murder was played in court, people rushed outside and vomited.

Lawrence Bittaker, with an IQ of 138, dragged high school girls into his van - brutally raping then murdering them by twisting a coat hanger around their neck with a pair of pliers. When his tape recording of one murder was played in court, people rushed outside and vomited.

(Source: starving-cannibal, via welcometothe1jungle)

hippie-galaxy:

mim-akh:

forties-fifties-sixties-love:

1969

the only thing that’s changed since then is the quality of photos

reblogging for comment

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erinjaded32:

Adolf Hitler as a witness in a murder trial. One of his stormtroopers was accused of killing a political enemy.
At Hitler’s left is Dr. Libbert, mayor of Berlin at the time (1931) At Hitler’s right is Dr. Hans Frank, later Governer of Nazi-occupied Poland. Rudolf Hess is in the background. This photo was made secretly…

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prettydeadstuff:

Dead animal warning! Blood warning!

Picked up this poor guy on a footpath in the middle of a busy neighbourhood. Bringing him to the woods tomorrow for a peaceful place to let the bugs do what they do. I checked him over and couldn’t find any obvious broken bones, but he’s obviously suffered some internal injuries. Poor sweet beautiful fox friend :c
prettydeadstuff:

Dead animal warning! Blood warning!

Picked up this poor guy on a footpath in the middle of a busy neighbourhood. Bringing him to the woods tomorrow for a peaceful place to let the bugs do what they do. I checked him over and couldn’t find any obvious broken bones, but he’s obviously suffered some internal injuries. Poor sweet beautiful fox friend :c
prettydeadstuff:

Dead animal warning! Blood warning!

Picked up this poor guy on a footpath in the middle of a busy neighbourhood. Bringing him to the woods tomorrow for a peaceful place to let the bugs do what they do. I checked him over and couldn’t find any obvious broken bones, but he’s obviously suffered some internal injuries. Poor sweet beautiful fox friend :c
prettydeadstuff:

Dead animal warning! Blood warning!

Picked up this poor guy on a footpath in the middle of a busy neighbourhood. Bringing him to the woods tomorrow for a peaceful place to let the bugs do what they do. I checked him over and couldn’t find any obvious broken bones, but he’s obviously suffered some internal injuries. Poor sweet beautiful fox friend :c

prettydeadstuff:

Dead animal warning! Blood warning!

Picked up this poor guy on a footpath in the middle of a busy neighbourhood. Bringing him to the woods tomorrow for a peaceful place to let the bugs do what they do. I checked him over and couldn’t find any obvious broken bones, but he’s obviously suffered some internal injuries. Poor sweet beautiful fox friend :c

fox-party:

We found this in an abandoned parking lot today

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I wouldn’t have bought a gun for Eric and Dylan if I’d had to give any personal information or submit to any kind of [background] check at all.
- Robyn Anderson, friend who purchased guns at a local gun show for the Columbine shooters. (via lerner-reports)

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antidarkheart:

Contagious by SmolderBone

Please do not remove source or credit

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