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Pinched from The Line-Up Carl Panzram has been called a “one-man crime wave” and described as “too evil to live”. His crime spree spans nearly two decades, even though he was hanged at the age of 38. During that time, he committed arsons, burglaries, and more, and confessed to more than 20 murders and

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There is beauty and art in Pain. Which is why I have to much respect for the BDSM community! Check out these amazing photos of Ryouko a Japanese living in Paris. You can see how passionate she is  about allowing herself to express her inner desires and beyond! Nuff respect

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Originally Posted on Consequence of Sound When I phoned an ex-neo-Nazi skinhead for the first time several months ago, the prefix “ex-” somehow meant everything and nothing at the same time. In one sense, like the act of speaking over the phone, those two little letters and hyphen created distance,

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via Flashbak Even after the abolition of slavery in 1865, America’s blacks were trapped. Nothing was equal. Whites had. Blacks had not. No more vivid picture of the murderous racism that lay in the USA’s heart is there than blacks being lynched by white mobs. These were no secret killings. Sometimes thousands would turn

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Between 1677 and 1682, the court of Louis XIV witnessed a level of violence, mayhem, and darkness that resulted in the deaths of 36 people, a number of them prominent aristocrats. Rumors and threats of poisonings and witchcraft outraged the court and reached close enough to the king that his

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Via GQ / Written by STEVE KNOPPER Every hardcore band you loved in the ’80s and beyond, from Black Flag to Minutemen to Fugazi, had one unfortunate thing in common: Nazi skinheads occasionally stormed their concerts, stomped their fans, gave Hitler salutes in lieu of applauding, and generally turned a communal experience into

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