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Good afternoon, perverts… The intentionally phallic sounding John Willie (snort) and his slip of a wife, Australian born Holly Anna Faram, muse and model to 1950’s fetishist photographer, illustrator, editor and creator of Bizarre, a soft porn cult magazine, which ran for 10 years from 1946.     A man

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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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I have read many, many accounts of serial killers, and a common thread in the stories is that although they often have criminal records, and are picked and/or questioned up by police as a part of the murder case, they are usually ruled out or released at some point early

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via True Crime Jesse Harding Pomeroy has few, if any, rivals for the title of naughtiest boy in American history. Other lads have wrecked trains, burned buildings, and done away with their friends in all sorts of cruel and imaginative ways. But Jesse makes them all look like dirty-faced angels

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Last night I watched this disturbing and powerful documentary about the Cleveland Strangler and his victims. From 2007 to 2009, Anthony Sowell brutally killed at least 11 women while that city did nothing. This film asks the question, what role did racism play in the slaying of these women, and it makes you

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As a species, we’ve been telling stories of monsters and mayhem since language was developed. But the real monsters are all too human – people whose desire for control, revenge or need for love can only be satiated through violence and murder. These people have almost become mythical figures in

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