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Unspeakable Crimes. Violence. Rapes. These are the terrible atrocities in the life of the infamous cannibalist sequential killer Jeffrey Dahmer. What We Can Learn from his case... The case of Jeffrey Dahmer is maybe the most famous cold case ever. Unfolding plot twists, ignored warning signs, and blatant oblivion led police and the public down a swirling rabbit hole of death, doom, and utter confusion. Dahmer was arrested later in 1991, 13 years after he killed and many victims. Jeffrey Dahmer was born in 1960 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. At young age, he became fascinated by things related to death and began collecting the carcasses of dead animals. His father noted how his son was “oddly thrilled” by the sounds of clanking animal bones. When he was... Read More
January 15, 1947
Black Dahlia, was an American woman who was found murdered in the Leimert Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Her case became highly publicized due to the graphic nature of the crime, which entailed her corpse having been mutilated and severed at the waist. Short's unsolved murder and the details surrounding it have had a lasting cultural intrigue, generating various theories and public speculation. Her life and death have been the basis of numerous books and films, and her murder is frequently cited as one of the most famous unsolved murders in American history, as well as one of the oldest unsolved cases in Los Angeles County.
The Diverse World of Body Modifications Body modifications are deliberate acts of altering one’s physical appearance or anatomy, either permanently or temporarily. The reason behind all types of modifications is mainly aesthetic, although some might have various other reasons such as artistic self-expression, displaying an affiliation with a group or cause or to inducing shock on others. Indeed, there are different types of body modifications and the main categories of classification include ornaments, surgical augmentation, splitting or removal, application of pressure for a long time and others. When it comes to tattoos, it’s a trend that will only keep gaining popularity. The scene of body modifications is as diverse as it is widespread since... Read More
Ngo Dinh Diem's administration was a questionable one. In May 1963, amid the Vesak festivities, the Buddhists were disallowed from showing Buddhist banners refering to a direction that precludes the show of any non-administrative banners in the city of Hue, where a Catholic banner was shown in celebration of Diem's senior sibling's rise to minister. This expanded the agitation among Buddhists and regular people, and prompted challenges and exhibits for opportunity of religion, with huge numbers of them being murdered. Thich Quang Duc immolating himself by consuming himself alive to death amidst a bustling Saigon convergence was a piece of the challenges The demonstration of self-immolation not just set off the current political emergency in Tunisia... Read More
At the end of the footage, the man appears to point at toilet rolls, which swiftly topple over on their own This is the spine-tingling moment a man said to be 'possessed by an entity shakes violently in a supermarket before the reflection of a ghostly figure appears in a fridge door. At the beginning of the clip he resembles any other shopper, reaching into a fridge and taking out a cold drink. Suddenly, while still gripping the door handle, he seems to turn rigid and begins shaking violently, dropping the drink on the floor. With his hand by his side, his body jerks vigorously, grunting and yelping. The man turns rigid after letting go of the fridge's door handle He then starts tugging at his T-shirt and shaking his head. Seconds later, the... Read More
In Enshi, in China’s Hubei Province, a man called Feng Ning attempted to catch a woman falling from 11th floor of a nearby building with bare hands. Due to the kinetic force, Feng Ning was knocked down and suffered several injuries, including damage to knee joints, tibia fracture, and dislocated ligaments. Feng said he was walking out of a restaurant when he heard someone crying, and saw a woman hanging from the 11th floor window. When the woman fell, he quickly extended his arms to try to cushion her fall. Unfortunately, the woman did not survive the impact. watch the full video from bestgore.com!
Gertrude Baniszewski lived in Indianapolis with her seven children. Since she had a tiny income, Baniszewski took in children for the Summer to earn extra money. In 1965, she agreed to board sixteen years old Sylvia Likens and her sister Jenny, who was a year younger. They were the children of two circus workers who were about to go on tour operating a concession stand. Jenny was disabled and could not move about very much (Gertrude Baniszewski cynically thought that a 'cripple' would be an undemanding boarder); perhaps the Likens' decision to spare their daughters from the wandering lifestyle of the circus was influenced by Jennie's condition? Perhaps they wanted time by themselves to patch up their marriage? Their relationship had been through a bad patch (... Read More