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Halloween 2013 mutated zombie clown

Halloween 2013 mutated zombie clown

April172013
FAVORITE HORROR FRANCHISES.

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Priscilla MissHorrorChick - Facebook.com/PriscillaJess

Priscilla MissHorrorChick - Facebook.com/PriscillaJess

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August252012
bundy-ramirez-dahmer:

“I love to hunt. Prowling the streets looking for fair game-tasty meat. The women of Queens are prettiest of all.”
David Richard Berkowitz became known as the “Son of Sam” because he claimed that his neighbor Sam’s dog instructed him to kill. During his reign of terror in New York City, Berkowitz also earned the moniker of “.44-Caliber Killer,” gunning down victims while they sat in their cars.

bundy-ramirez-dahmer:

“I love to hunt. Prowling the streets looking for fair game-tasty meat. The women of Queens are prettiest of all.”

David Richard Berkowitz became known as the “Son of Sam” because he claimed that his neighbor Sam’s dog instructed him to kill. During his reign of terror in New York City, Berkowitz also earned the moniker of “.44-Caliber Killer,” gunning down victims while they sat in their cars.

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bundy-ramirez-dahmer:

In 14 February 1929, St Valentine’s Day, four men disguised as police walked into a garage on North Clark Street, Chicago, lined up the seven people inside against the wall and shot them dead. At the height of the 1920s - the era of Prohibition, which was dominated by gangsters - the murder of seven men stunned the nation. It was later revealed that Chicago mobster Al Capone ordered the ‘hit’ but that the real target, mob leader George ‘Bugs’ Moran, escaped the carnage. Ultimately, the St Valentine’s Day massacre turned the American public against urban folk heroes like Al Capone and ushered in a new era - the Depression.

bundy-ramirez-dahmer:

In 14 February 1929, St Valentine’s Day, four men disguised as police walked into a garage on North Clark Street, Chicago, lined up the seven people inside against the wall and shot them dead. At the height of the 1920s - the era of Prohibition, which was dominated by gangsters - the murder of seven men stunned the nation. It was later revealed that Chicago mobster Al Capone ordered the ‘hit’ but that the real target, mob leader George ‘Bugs’ Moran, escaped the carnage. Ultimately, the St Valentine’s Day massacre turned the American public against urban folk heroes like Al Capone and ushered in a new era - the Depression.

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August222012
August182012
True Story: Gertrude Baniszewski - Sylvia’s ordeal began in July 1965 when her parents, Lester and Betty Likens, offered Baniszewski $20 a week to care for their two daughters while they traveled with a carnival operating a concession stand. Baniszewski agreed to board 16-year old Sylvia and 15-year old Jenny. No one has been able to explain how Sylvia became the object of torture that summer. The punishment started with “whippings” with a fraternity-style wooden paddle for both Likens girls, as they lay naked across a mattress. On Oct. 26, 1965, Indianapolis police were called to a rundown house where they found the body of 16-year-old Sylvia Likens on a bare mattress. She was covered with bruises and small wounds, later revealed to be cigarette and match burns that numbered over 100. There were also large areas where the outer layer of skin had peeled off. Likens also had a large letter “3” branded on her chest. However, the most remarkable injuries, by far, were the words in block letters that had been burned directly onto her stomach: “I’M A PROSTITUTE AND PROUD OF IT!” The only adult resident of the house, Gertrude Baniszewski, told investigators she had been taking care of Sylvia and Jenny while their parents were out of town and that the teenager (Sylvia) had been attacked by a gang of boys. Although Sylvia’s injuries were horrific, the most shocking fact about the case was that the torture had gone on so long and had involved so many neighborhood children  some as young as 11 and 12, who had joined in on the “punishing” of Sylvia led by the 37-year-old woman.
Baniszewski trial the following year denied any knowledge of the torture, claiming the children must have done it all. She entered pleas of not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity. On May 19, 1966, a jury found Baniszewski guilty of first-degree murder sentenced to life terms at the Indiana Women’s Prison in Indianapolis. In September 1985, Gertrude Baniszewski was released on parole. She changed her name to Nadine Van Fossan and moved to Iowa where she lived in obscurity until her death from lung cancer on June 16, 1990.
Movies based on Gertrude Baniszewski - The Girl Next Door (2007) and An American Crime (2007)

True Story: Gertrude Baniszewski - Sylvia’s ordeal began in July 1965 when her parents, Lester and Betty Likens, offered Baniszewski $20 a week to care for their two daughters while they traveled with a carnival operating a concession stand. Baniszewski agreed to board 16-year old Sylvia and 15-year old Jenny. No one has been able to explain how Sylvia became the object of torture that summer. The punishment started with “whippings” with a fraternity-style wooden paddle for both Likens girls, as they lay naked across a mattress. On Oct. 26, 1965, Indianapolis police were called to a rundown house where they found the body of 16-year-old Sylvia Likens on a bare mattress. She was covered with bruises and small wounds, later revealed to be cigarette and match burns that numbered over 100. There were also large areas where the outer layer of skin had peeled off. Likens also had a large letter “3” branded on her chest. However, the most remarkable injuries, by far, were the words in block letters that had been burned directly onto her stomach: “I’M A PROSTITUTE AND PROUD OF IT!” The only adult resident of the house, Gertrude Baniszewski, told investigators she had been taking care of Sylvia and Jenny while their parents were out of town and that the teenager (Sylvia) had been attacked by a gang of boys. Although Sylvia’s injuries were horrific, the most shocking fact about the case was that the torture had gone on so long and had involved so many neighborhood children some as young as 11 and 12, who had joined in on the “punishing” of Sylvia led by the 37-year-old woman.

Baniszewski trial the following year denied any knowledge of the torture, claiming the children must have done it all. She entered pleas of not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity. On May 19, 1966, a jury found Baniszewski guilty of first-degree murder sentenced to life terms at the Indiana Women’s Prison in Indianapolis. In September 1985, Gertrude Baniszewski was released on parole. She changed her name to Nadine Van Fossan and moved to Iowa where she lived in obscurity until her death from lung cancer on June 16, 1990.

Movies based on Gertrude Baniszewski - The Girl Next Door (2007) and An American Crime (2007)
August172012
True Story: Fall Rivers, Mass In August 1892, Lizzie Borden was home with her maid, when Lizzie’s father came home complaining of a severe headache. He lied down on the love seat and dozed off before being struck in the head with a hatchet ten times. Such rage was imparted, that Lizzie’s father’s eye was split in half. Shortly thereafter, Lizzie’s stepmother was hacked to death 19 times with the same hatchet. It has been stated that two blows would have killed the Borden parents, but the murderer could not be satisfied without slamming the hatchet down at least a dozen times. Lizzie’s innocence was compromised by the fact that she burned her dress which would have been soaked in blood and the hatchet was hidden in the basement with the handle broken off in an effort to disguise the blood that would not wash off. It has been suggested that Lizzie may have suffered from a per-menstral syndrome called petit mal, which would cause her to act in a dreamlike state unknowingly murdering her parents. Lizzie was found not guilty, although the public and media still accuse her of the murders to this day.
Song: Lizzie Borden had an axe she gave her mother forty whacks, when she saw what she had done she gave her father forty-one.
True Story: Fall Rivers, Mass In August 1892, Lizzie Borden was home with her maid, when Lizzie’s father came home complaining of a severe headache. He lied down on the love seat and dozed off before being struck in the head with a hatchet ten times. Such rage was imparted, that Lizzie’s father’s eye was split in half. Shortly thereafter, Lizzie’s stepmother was hacked to death 19 times with the same hatchet. It has been stated that two blows would have killed the Borden parents, but the murderer could not be satisfied without slamming the hatchet down at least a dozen times. Lizzie’s innocence was compromised by the fact that she burned her dress which would have been soaked in blood and the hatchet was hidden in the basement with the handle broken off in an effort to disguise the blood that would not wash off. It has been suggested that Lizzie may have suffered from a per-menstral syndrome called petit mal, which would cause her to act in a dreamlike state unknowingly murdering her parents. Lizzie was found not guilty, although the public and media still accuse her of the murders to this day.

Song: Lizzie Borden had an axe she gave her mother forty whacks, when she saw what she had done she gave her father forty-one.

August152012

Stoic (2009)

Based on true events in a German prison cell this movie’s FUCKED UP “Stoic” is entirely set in a prison cell shared by four prisoners. An argument during a card game soon spiral into bullying, violence and death. “Stoic “is quite different from most of other movies. The movie is not light entertainment. It’s a 90 minute study in human cruelty and violence. It’s brutal and disturbing and certainly not for all tastes but it’s fascinating in a way and the actors all do a good job.

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July172012
I <3 Michael Myers

I <3 Michael Myers

July102012
Zombie in a cell phone.

Zombie in a cell phone.

July42012

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