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He Randomly Killed This Couple Then Began Eating Their Faces

He Randomly Killed This Couple Then Began Eating Their Faces

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googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('VN_PG_DTBT_ATF'); }); Every once in a while, the story of a brutal crime absolutely stuns the country...a crime so senselessly brutal and animalistic, you wonder if it really was a human who committed the murder and not some wild creature. Some of these crimes have taken place in the state of Florida, and today's story is no exception to that trend.On Monday, 19-year-old Florida State University student Austin Harrouff was having dinner with his parents at a Duffy's restaurant in Tequesta, Florida. During the meal, Harrouff became angry, stormed out, killed two people, and began eating the face of one of his victims. According to police, they responded to a 9-1-1 call of a stabbing. When they...
There’s A Crazy Place On The Internet Where You Can Buy Serial Killers’ Belongings

There’s A Crazy Place On The Internet Where You Can Buy Serial Killers’ Belongings

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Although it is incredibly helpful for providing us with information, there are some seriously dark corners of the internet. By now, I'm sure you've heard of the "deep web," but you don't even have to venture there to come across some insanely creepy websites. For example, if you're obsessed with murderers for whatever reason, there's a site where you can actually buy their stuff. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('VN_PG_DCBP_ATF'); }); On Murder Auction, you can search for your favorite serial killers and find which of their belongings are up for grabs. Here's a small sampling of what the site has to offer. 1. Richard Ramirez, also known as the "Night Stalker," murdered 13 people during his spree in the '80s. He sent this disturbing drawing to Jason Moss. ...
This Is The Perfect Two-Minute Horror Movie To Play At Your Halloween Party

This Is The Perfect Two-Minute Horror Movie To Play At Your Halloween Party

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The Truth These Corpses Are Hiding Are So Shocking. You’ll Have No Idea.

The Truth These Corpses Are Hiding Are So Shocking. You’ll Have No Idea.

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You may have learned about mummies in your 8th grade world history class, but there's so much more to the stories than you probably think. From Egypt to England, there have been various mummies discovered with dark and strange pasts. It may be hard to believe, but decades after these people died, they are still telling stories...  Dead men tell no tales? Now, I'm not so sure about that. 1.) Eva Perón Wikipedia The legendary wife of Argentinean President Juan Perón passed away on July 26, 1952. She was only 33 and succumbed to cancer, after which her remains were preserved so that she may be put on display for her mourning citizens. Three years later, Anti-Peronist militants stole her body and she was n...
These Incredibly Smart People Somehow Predicted Every Aspect Of Our Life.

These Incredibly Smart People Somehow Predicted Every Aspect Of Our Life.

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People always say, "You can't predict the future." While that may be true in some instances, but either by pure chance or some kind of cosmic intelligence, there have been people who have made bold predictions and they came true. You won't believe how accurate some of these real-life prophets were.    1.) In 1914 science fiction writer H.G Wells predicted the atomic bomb, which wasn't invented until 1942. In his novel "The World Set Free" he even uses the term "atomic bomb". wikipedia 2.) All the way back in 1919 Nikola Tesla predicted text messaging. He described an "apparatus" that could be used to "transmit wireless messages all over the world". I'm going to refer to my phone as an "apparatus" from n...
Someone Thought It Would Be A Good Idea To Build These Insane Statues

Someone Thought It Would Be A Good Idea To Build These Insane Statues

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Public statues have long been staples of human civilization. They represent our greatest accomplishments and tell the world that we were here and that we did something. However, in recent years, statues have taken a turn from classically beautiful to downright bizarre. Whether these 20 pieces fall into the category of "art" is up for you to decide. 1. This is actually a hyperrealistic statue of a man walking in the snow. Seriously unsettling. Reddit / ShowingErin 2. Run! Just run! Reddit / Chartreuse_666 3. This one's in the Philippines. I don't want to know what's happening here. Reddit / SharkRancher 4. Superman doesn't fly so well anymore. ...
Creepy Images Surface Of Newly Discovered Ottoman Ghost Ships In The Black Sea

Creepy Images Surface Of Newly Discovered Ottoman Ghost Ships In The Black Sea

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These Illegally Obtained Photos Prove That Normalcy Can Be Just As Chilling As Chaos

These Illegally Obtained Photos Prove That Normalcy Can Be Just As Chilling As Chaos

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When we think about North Korea, "mundanity" isn't a concept that typically comes to mind. We ideate scenes of oppression and social injustice. Our minds fill with imagined horrors built with the brick and mortar of news footage and legacy media. And that makes sense, since atrocity is the thread that weaves together every scrap of the North Korean experience. It's the cultural tie that binds.But when photographer Michal Huniewicz illegally documented his time in the country, the resulting collection revealed an image of North Korean life that twists seemingly innocuous imagery into a haunting spectacle of everyday life lived under oppression's thumb. We don't often picture grocery checkout lines, hotel lobbies, and tour buses. We don'...
You Know Hansel And Gretel, But Did You Realize They’re What Inspired These?

You Know Hansel And Gretel, But Did You Realize They’re What Inspired These?

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Gingerbread houses are a huge part of the holiday season, but have you ever wondered where exactly the idea came from? Gingerbread first became a tradition in Nuremberg, Germany, after it was introduced to Europe during the Crusades in the 11th century. Monks began baking "lebkuchen" cookies in the 14th century. They quickly became a well-known delicacy. The city was so serious about the quality of the treats that it created the "League of Lebkuchen-Bakers," which followed strict guidelines when baking them. These baked goods eventually took the form of houses sometime during the 16th century in Germany. Wikipedia However, gingerbread houses didn't actually become popul...
What This Guy Saw In North Korea Is Absolutely Insane…I Don’t Get It

What This Guy Saw In North Korea Is Absolutely Insane…I Don’t Get It

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North Korea has a reputation for being the most reclusive country on Earth. Because of that, there's so much about daily life in North Korea that we don't know, and what little information we do gather comes from refugees and the very few tourists who are permitted to visit the country each year. One of those tourists was Redditor redseedit. He visited North Korea during the summer of 2012. When he got home, he was going through a few of his pictures when he came across something weird. This picture was taken at Taesongsan Revolutionary Martyrs' Cemetery, which is on the top of a mountain facing the country's capital city of Pyongyang. Reddit / redseedit While enjoying the view, redseedit...