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I grew up in Adelaide, South Australia in the 1990s. Known as the “City of Churches,” Adelaide, with a population of over a million and situated between glorious hills and a magnificent shoreline, was one of the safest places to grow up in Australia. Yet, between 1992 and 1999, John

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As anyone who has watched a 1950s B-movie knows, sex and juvenile delinquency were the twin terrors of mid-century America. The two fears collided in the case of the Brooklyn Thrill Killers, a group of teenage boys who went on a violent crime spree in the summer of 1954. The

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The Rainbow Family of the Living Light came down from their organic farms and Burning Man Porta Potties to grace Georgia’s Chattahoochee National Forest from mid-June to July 4th this year. The coalition of proud Birkenstock enthusiasts identify as a loose connection of hippy misfits, who proudly subscribe to no

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Having spent a great deal of my lifetime in Northern California, I’ve found that amidst the abundant redwood forests and grazing cattle, there was a much deeper underbelly of creepy stories and folklore. From the Golden State Killer to the ghost town of Bodie, there seems to be an inherent

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**AUTHOR’S NOTE** The intention of this article is not to accuse someone of a crime, but to posit a question that deserves further inquiry. In 1995, just as the Croatian War of Independence is coming to an end, two men from the small, post-war country sit side by side on

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Usually metalheads sell out – either when they make it big, or when they don’t make it at all and have to get a job, cut their hair, suit up and all that yuppie shit. But Portugal is not your normal place, and even if we don’t have a sexy

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