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When it comes to popular cults originating on U.S. soil, there are certain paths their enigmatic leaders have typically gravitated towards. These leaders have sexually terrorized congregations, mollified fear through mass suicide, summoned the fell swoop of government henchmen, or became wealthy enough to join Sea Org. However, some lesser

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From the information circulating the internet about Centralia, PA, you’d think it was America’s creepiest ghost town. An article posted on Cracked.com just eight months ago declares it as such right in the title. The blog ‘Damn Interesting’ details the city’s “smoldering smoldering ruins” and “ominous warning signs,” while ‘Uncovering

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Once again, we are going to venture back to the dungeon and dig deeper into the kinks that are nearest and dearest to me. This time, we are going to look at Sadism. Sadism is most commonly defined as the tendency to derive pleasure, especially sexual gratification, from inflicting pain,

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Sometimes you just want to look at creepy things. Like dead things, frostbitten hands and a deceased mouse corpse floating in a can of food (I will never look at a can of olives the same again). So here’s some pictures to add a little shiver of inspiration to your

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In our current times, certain presidents yearn for complete power. Some have achieved this already. Chiseling away at established checks-and-balances systems and boundaries of decency, some pine for the day when they see glory in derided systems of the world’s history. One established weapon throughout the history of dictators is

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Via The Bohemian Blog A lot of European countries have them. The Lithuanians celebrate the festival of Užgavėnės by burning a gruesome effigy, a female personification of Winter, before parading through the streets dressed as witches and goats and devils. The Romanian Capra festival is similarly symbolic of the New Year, a Dionysiac celebration

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