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There’s been a buzz on the internet in the past couple of days after Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren’s son Joe Corré announced that as an act of protest against the events planned for the 40th anniversary of the birth of punk in the UK, he will be burning his

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Catemaco, Mexico, is already famous for being the home of brujos and mysticism, a special, powerful place where people come to seek a magical solution to their problems and ills, but these amazing photos of a black mass conducted on the first Friday of March may bring it notoriety in

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My last remaining grandma just reached her 90th year, but she began talking to me about her impending death a few years ago. She is the matriarch of our family, and an old school SJW. When I asked her what she thought about when she considered her own death, she

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Pinched from The Vintage News This story sounds like something straight out of fiction, but it’s well documented in 16th century historical records. In 1518, one of the strangest epidemics in recorded history, The Dancing Plague or “Dance Epidemic”, struck the city of Strasbourg, France. Sometime in mid-July, a woman,

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Being a child of the child of the 70’s and 80’s, images of Satan and the occult were everywhere, from late night horror movies to books that exploited the underworld. I can’t forget all of of the killer record covers from this era – Sex, Nudity, Motorcycles and Bondage went hand in

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This documentary takes a look at Los Angeles gangsters during the 70’s, before they became rich from 80’s crack craze! Watching this makes me wonder what became of these young people…were they allowed to achieve their dreams, or did they get caught up in the prison system? This visual is

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Bands didn’t exactly make it out to rural Dorset much. Until a local dry ski slope started putting on all-ages punk shows, the only band I could see play live was The Wurzels. Then Follow The Leader came out – I was big into KoRn already, but this, it had cover art

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We all know the story about the infamous insane aslyum “BEDLAM” aka Bethlem Royal Hospital. Here is your chance to see a documentary that sheds light on the horrors that were committed on it’s patients. After watching this, I felt like the real insane people were the ones who worked there!

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Story via Scmp Kharkarin Rock near the Erdene Zuu Monastery in Mongolia. Archaeologists believe that large phallus-shaped sculptures like this played an important role in ancient rituals, while smaller pieces may have been used as dildos. Credit: Handout Wooden carvings of male genitals found in the hands of female mummies

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This Feature Is From Creepy Catalog Murder of Suzanne Jovin   I cannot tell you how many times I have combed this poor girls’ Wiki page. Her story is just insane, that a normal (even nerdy seeming) Yale senior can be the victim of a brutal stabbing. On Friday December

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When I look at the photography of Edward Sheriff Curtis and the way he captured the pain and beauty of so many of the First Nations people, I’m amazed by what I see. When I think of true evil, I think about how the first peoples of the Americas were slaughtered

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Chastity belts are things of legend, and looking at one of these penis bear traps is pretty awe-inspiring and scary. The idea of a man locking up his wife while he went away to fight valiant wars has captured the imagination of people for centuries. But it turns out that

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