This is the reason why "fire" and the ability to simply cook food so that it killed all the parasites was such a huge technological advancement. It simply allowed for the development of our brains and culture by retaining the resources that these parasites would steal and use for themselves.
As a species we were used too having these in our bodies up until recently and it's still extremely common world wide.
While I know that it's not polite conversation but I'm a firm believer that we need to include information into our school systems as a way to inform people.
The other day in fact I saw a small child walking around in her mothers tow. She was showing signs of having a bad rectal itch (indicative of a pinworm infection)
(Yes, I did inform the mother - many people simply don't know what the symptoms are)
Edit: I realize these may not be creepy to everyone, but they creep the hell out of me because they are in my presence now and then here. They can sting you with both ends and keep stinging after they are dead. If you only chop them in half and they slither off, congrats, now you have 2 somewhere in your house...ahhhhhrrrgghhh!
The drawings were done with charcoal on Bristol paper over a period of six months.
I've also got a kickstarter going to get the cards printed, if you happen to be into that kind of thing.
Reading the actual geocache posting is even creepier.
"Poor Elsie met up with the local carnivores and didn't make it. This cache is dedicated to her.
It's a nice pleasant stroll (albeit very long) out to the cache location. Should be an easy find the way I left it. You knever know if the local fauna will decide to rearrange things though. Enjoy"
The phrasing and sentence structure are very similar. Also the "enjoy" at the end.
IMPORTANT EDIT: it appears this geocache was created in 2010, so it's probably just a coincidence.
You can use your phone as a good-enough geiger counter. The camera sensor is also sensative to gamma and beta, and there are a few apps that take advantage of this.
Here's the one I use.
I love his art style—if you guys are interested, check out The Metabarons comic book series written by Alejandro Jordorowsky illustrated by Giminez. It’s like Dune mixed with Star Wars and LSD. One of my favorites that I can not recommend enough to comic book lovers
Edit: here’s the amazon link to the complete saga. I want to reiterate that the art to this series is something to behold in your hands.
The Metabarons https://www.amazon.com/dp/159465106X/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_qhX9AbJTEBA80
Deserts that have regular flash floods often have a layer of soil called caliche that is non-porous and prevents water from soaking into the ground (which is part of the reason those places are deserts to begin with). So it isn't just that it rains harder, but also that the rain has nowhere to go.
To the people that liked this comic: there's a free flash game, short but sweet that has a similar possible story.
The Majesty of Colors.
Huh, TIL you can get apps to use your phone's camera as a radiation sensor. Thanks Dent!
First two apps I stumbled upon:
> Wow, it looks like such a creepy, but very beautiful place to visit. It must have felt like stepping back in time. I'd love to take a tour one day.
If you do visit, and if you prefer a 'real' experience, I recommend the place I stayed in. My room, although small: had my bed in the city's wall fortifications, and my windows were arrow slits. Truly a unique feeling! Also, the owner gives free booze and bicycles for exploring the town, plus the most amazing organic breakfast you ever had. Although I live in nyc, and pay $ 30/lb for imported prosciutto, and $ 20/lb for imported cheese, still is not the same.
I was once in Beksiński's art museum in Sanok (Poland). All his works are amazing and continue to inspire the work of many artists, such as Piotr Ruszkowski
There is a game being made inspired by his and H.R.Giger work. Tormentum - Dark Sorrow,
more here: http://opengameart.org/forumtopic/tormentum-indie-game-2d-game-art
Rusałka is a slavic female demon usually appearing around lakes, ponds or rivers. She deceives men and drowns them.
I wanted to show her as a dead corpse that uses a charm, so that she looks like a pretty woman when out of the water.
I've had some voices wondering about the swastikas on the rims of the guys shirt. So to make it clear. I have no connotations with any extreme right wing parties nor do I keep any nazi or racist oriented beliefs. Swastika has been used for hundreds of years in Poland, before Hitler stole it and spoilt it for everyone. The action of the image takes place in 9th or 10th century.
If you want to know more about swastikas just wiki it. There is a really broad and interesting article written about it.
I mean, that's basically how mimics work in DnD; I assume Dark Souls has only chest mimics due to time/engine limitations (much easier to design, animate, program one type of mimic than a bunch).
/r/ImaginaryMindscapes - The Art of Imagination.
Some words from the artist regarding this piece:
Rusałka is a slavic female demon usually appearing around lakes, ponds or rivers. She deceives men and drowns them. I wanted to show her as a dead corpse that uses a charm, so that she looks like a pretty woman when out of the water.
I've had some voices wondering about the swastikas on the rims of the guys shirt. So to make it clear. I have no connotations with any extreme right wing parties nor do I keep any nazi or racist oriented beliefs. Swastika has been used for hundreds of years in Poland, before Hitler stole it and spoilt it for everyone. The action of the image takes place in 9th or 10th century. If you want to know more about swastikas just wiki it. There is a really broad and interesting article written about it.
those red dots are not caused of radiation. those are methbugs, check google for more
I even found his myscpace page, just to proof that this shit is not caused of radiation https://myspace.com/thumper235
How about this. According to Wikipedia, this is where it happened. Notice how there's higher resolution available to the East and West, but centred over the "accident" site, there's only very low resolution photos available. A cover-up? You tell me. ;)
But is it that bothersome to credit the author ?
edit: and here it is.
edit2: It took me only 4 minutes on a cellphone using google image. You simply have to drop the link to the image you found in the search bar.
Oh I know what this is from!
There's also a vinyl art toy based on one available from unbox industries but it's a bit out of my price range unfortunately.
Here's a Goggle search of the shadows.
Also, this is a book by John Hersey called, 'Hiroshima'. It's about 6 survivors and what they saw. Well worth a read.
I've been there - check out my thread about it, more pix in the comments: http://www.reddit.com/r/AbandonedPorn/comments/pzv5t/bennet_school_for_girls_3888x2592oc/
Gallery here: https://www.dropbox.com/gallery/39235514/2/Catskills/Bennet?h=6730c0
Rabies can indeed make people seem possessed or zombie-like
Link to vid of a Filipino kid infected with rabies... not a pleasant thing to watch. Sadly fatal at that point as well.
It's fake. But a good one though.
Random Blog Post about that
His official website
It's under 'Work' - '2004' - 'Compensation fantasy'.
Beyond the Dark Veil. It’s excellent — it was compiled by Jack Mord, who runs Thanatos.net, by far the best archive of postmortem images.
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If you want to read a great book about how people got through those days and the philosophy of being alive in such terrible circumstances, you should check out Man's Search for Meaning by Victor Frankl. It opened my eyes a lot and changed my view of everyone around me.
Actually I think you're confusing that with the ancient Egyptians. The Mayans believed the afterlife was a horrible place, but the soul had to journey through it to be rebirthed. The Mayans put maize (corn) into the mouths of corpses as nourishment to help them get through it.
This is just from memory, and this site seems to re-enforce it. If I'm wrong someone let me know!
Viktor Frankl, who spent some time in a concentration camp and observed the other inmates, some of whom stole food while others gave their last piece of bread to a sick friend, came to the conclusion that no matter what the circumstances, there remain two types of people: decent and indecent.
Source: Man's Search for Meaning
Its a dead Tamarin.
It's noises and the unknown that have led to so many of the creatures we now see prevalent in fantasy novels.
One of my favorite things about our ancestors and what they lacked in understanding and knowledge is that of the earliest claims of vampirism.
You're thinking "Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark"? Loved those as a kid. They're scary for kids, not for adults.
Source: Have kids/nephews/nieces, now an adult.
It's dangerous to go alone, take this
The thing is called Chimera Synx.
I have been looking for the artist for an hour now. All I found out is that this picture is from NADA art fair in Miami in 2008. If anyone goes to any of these universities and frequents the library, plz find out for me http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/286498323
Escape from Tarkov:
> Is this game related to the Stalker?
> There have been numerous mentions on the net that label Escape from Tarkov as a game that is being developed by "S.T.A.L.K.E.R. creators" or "S.T.A.L.K.E.R. developers". Hereby we officially disprove this claim. There is exactly one person on our team that has worked on the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. before, so it would be massive overstatement to assert our project this way.
> The Battlestate Games developers have previously worked on multiple projects in a variety of genres; however, we share a common passion for the quality hardcore shooters, which are yet so few.
When I was in high school, my art teacher did a semester-long drawing course based on "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain", and it was amazing. Just about everyone learned how to draw to some extent. Some of the kids who started with absolutely no drawing talent at all ended up being able to draw at a near-professional level. I don't know why more schools don't do this.
I remember seeing many strange and scary things when I was young. I had always thought that they had some sort of supernatural explanation, but then, only recently I saw this article in The Guardian and learned that what I experienced is actually pretty common (and not an indicator of mental illness!)
The biography of the artist himself is pretty tragic.
He was stabbed to death for petty cash, about 7 years after his wife died and 6 years after his son committed suicide.
His work is highly surreal / dark / morbid, and I urge everyone to have a look at it.
Wait a few months, they're almost done with the story and plan to release in May.
The game is fantastic, has amazing atmosphere, but there isn't much to do after you build out a main base.
Supposedly this is where the image first appeared on the interwebs. Translated, for your pleasure.
H.R. Giger had a very interesting, creepy art style. His work ended up having a great influence on the horror genre, from movies, to book covers, to video games. A lot of the 80's and early 90's creepy monsters owe a bit to his style, a combination of cold machinery and human passions.
Are you just talking out of your ass? Do you really think you own your wiki edits on SCP?
When you post on that website, your shit is licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/. Anyone can commercialize any content on SCP, but they must reflect the license.
The part that I love is that right now, locations in the extreme northern hemisphere experience no sunset for about a month. Take, for example, Barrow, Alaska. Then, in winter time, a month without a true sunrise (not to mention being attacked by vampires every twenty years during this period).
Inspired by a post I saw in this sub, I made a quick little movie with my daughter last night for my game I made. What do you guys think?
Thinking about the 6F,7G,23W,24X part, I find the positions in which the text appears on screen curious.
I checked it out and the text positions all fit into an 8x12 grid:
http://imgur.com/iVOma3G (Green indicates finger gestures.)
8 x 12 = 96 cells. The other deciphered text (AHCJ WVFE ...) is 4-char groups in a 4 x 6 grid. 4 x 4 x 6 = 96.
96 and 96, they probably match up somehow.
Also 23-W seems to be 23.W. The dash is only 1 px wide for 23.
- - .
X G F W
3 1 2
If anyone wants to play around, the SVG with everything in separate layers is here: http://www.filedropper.com/312_1
(To be clear: none of this has anything to do with the guy's finger positions on screen - just the text)
I posted the definition of research to avoid this. Research is finding information. Analysis is a discussion of that information.
Sorry for trying to give you quick access to reliable info on the place you appeared to be mildly interested in. Rest assured, I won't make that mistake again. Go in peace angry one.
edit: http://www.dictionary.com/browse/analysis?s=t (second and third usage)
finding correct information about a subject. you want me to read it out loud, record it, and send you the fucking audiobook? gtfo
edit: my bad. idk what i was thinking trying to help someone on reddit. also nice stealth edit. your reply sounds way more reasonable now that you've retconned your use of the word "research"
OK, I understand what the spirit is supposed to be and why it may be scary for some people (the folklore is much the same for a type of spirit by the same name in my area: Doune) but jesus christ this video is nothing but absolutely hilarious to me. I bust out laughing when it squeak-ran onto screen and was literally in tears by the time the clip ended. That one dude grabbing his face and rolling on the ground is my fav. A+ acting.
Actually you don't swallow any spiders per year. Spiders are actually smart yo enough to tell if they're walking into the mouth of a giant beast. Also, they'd have to force themselves down your throat for you to swallow them without using the right muscles.
Don't be misinformed.
are these available in the exotic pet trade? I want some for my garden in miami. Dont worry, everything is feral here and it's fine. The polar bears eat the anacondas and the komodo dragons eat the penguins http://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/Cococrabs_140360596.html?spm=a2700.7724857.29.212.QV7Hnv
Maybe related to this:
The original image is from tumblr, and is posted by rabbitohsfan123, who is probably the user youtube.com/rabbitohsfan123 (author of video)
Looks like OP got the image from here:
Using TinEye, it looks like the artist has a version without the man here:
Hey all, I'm the project lead for Spectre, a horror multiplayer game. We just revealed our new character model for the game, made by Fabrizio Bortolussi, a hollywood creatures artist who's worked on blockbusters like the Silent Hill saga, Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, and District 9. I hope you like our new creation! You'll be able to play as this thing and chase your friends in the game. Please don't forget to check out Spectre's kickstarter page! We have 4 days to go, and we're almost at our goal! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1260566890/spectre-virtual-reality-horror?ref=live
The game is called Limbo, its available on ps3, xbox 360 and pc via steam.
Here is a direct link http://limbogame.org/
I can only hope many more buy this beautiful game, the wife and I just recently played through it together. Its terrifying, amazing and beautiful all the same time. It gave us both some genuine scares, extremely captivating.
aetbx just posted this link 5mins ago in his YouTube comments saying "for your research"
To be fair to the OP it is described as such here http://www.openculture.com/2015/11/poignant-and-unsettling-post-mortem-family-portraits-from-the-19th-century.html
I am not convinced she is dead either, since most Victorian PM photos show people with closed eyes.
We have hobo spiders http://hubpages.com/health/Hobo-Spider-Bite-Pictures-Symptoms-Causes-Treatment
The funny thing is - hobo spiders only eat dead bugs, and are slow and gentle. I guess the more gentle a creature you are, the more toxic your venom has to be.
From what I can tell, he made it himself. Unless this is a rhetorical question, then you can totally educate me, because I like the beeps and boops.
edit: Ah ha. I'm on the trail! But I'm still thinking that's all there is to it.
edit 2: Nope, can't find it anywhere else.
While not the typical thing I hear (obviously, this is a plodding, bass-heavy track compared to what I described), I think this best captures one instance.
Thanks for your interest!
This exhibit was by far one of the best I've ever seen. There's a few books about it on amazon as well.
A nice coffee table book about this exhibit
and another featuring even more of his work and inspirations
Uhhh maybe. I think I actually have it jotted down somewhere but if not I'm PRETTY sure I can find it on amazon and link it.
Edit: Found it! Vampires, Burial and Death: Folklore and Reality by Paul Barber
Edit 2: It took me a bit to remember the title to find this but you also might enjoy this Haunted Histories Collection from The History Channel
The Vampire Secrets DVD from the set delves into some early stories of people that basically created this idea of the dead rising and feeding on the blood of the living. It talks about the history of blood obsession and various beliefs relating to it, such as The Blood Countess Elizabeth Bathory and Vlad the Impaler.
I bought the set for both my Dad and my best friend several years ago now and definitely enjoyed watching them.
> It was about the fundemental nature of value. It can't get any more basic a topic. Mercantilism held the finite view, and as a result advocated strong government protections, intervention and ownership.
Mercantilist capitalism and Adam Smith's "laissez-faire" capitalism are both different kinds of capitalistic systems, and besides that, the distinction you're trying to make is irrelevant to the economic systems under the imperial trade networks we're discussing - the UK was fully capitalist during the period of the Irish potato famine and indian famines (both happened nearly a hundred years after "The Wealth of Nations" was published). So you're both wrong, and irrelevant.
Simply having state protections and interventions doesn't prevent a state from being capitalist, or else no state has ever been capitalist since those always exist to some degree or another. Again - you might as well pretend the US under Roosevelt, Nixon and Reagan were all completely different economic systems.
>Capitalism rejects that view, and encouraged strong individual competition on the basis value was not a finite quantity but generated naturally as a byproduct of the market.
None of which changes any of the relevant points about the actual private ownership of production, trade and competition that existed regardless. You're trying to draw an imaginary line between two systems that doesn't exist.
>You literally have no idea what is being discussed do you?
So far you've been utterly wrong on every point you're trying to make.
I would very, very much also recommend Mindfulness in Plain English. It's accurate, and so far it's helped me onto new things.
Read online: http://www.urbandharma.org/udharma4/mpe.html (I don't know if this is complete or not)
Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/Mindfulness-English-Bhante-Henepola-Gunaratana/dp/0861719069
The movie is called The Lord of Tears if anyone is interested. Its an indie film that looks great to me. Here's the Kickstarter for it if you're interested.
>One surprising discovery has to do with oscillations in the comet environment's magnetic field, a phenomenon that can be translated into a kind of song.
You are correct that many bites do not cause lasting damage, however, they are potentially dangerous enough to merit seeking immediate medial attention. Back when I got a WFR certification (its expired now), I was taught to always treat an Black Widow bite as a potential emergency and to immediate begin steps to transport a person to where they could get medial help. I just did some research though, and it does look like the effect of a black widow bite really does depend on if the spider injected venom or not, if the person has a bad reaction to the venom, and the size and health of the person. They are most dangerous to children, the elderly and the ill. Fortunately the spiders are not aggressive, so the bites are fairly rare.
Know the symptoms and also clean your hands before touching a wound, as well as cleaning the wound. Don't delay first aid. If you start to notice that you're having an abnormally bad reaction to a wound then it's a good idea to get it checked out.
Original, it's a restaurant.
Remake. It's on private property and a farm.
I googled out of curiosity and found this story from someone who claims to have been a guest at the motel, worth a read:
> At one point early in the evening we were hearing strange sounds and what appeared to be someone screaming followed by lot popping and crunching noises. While in the bathroom my buddy decided to have a peak outside of the bathroom window. My buddy lets out a yell and busts out into the room and I'm like "what?!" He doesn't say anything but goes right to his back and gets his Smith and Wesson 357 out. I'm thinking "what the $%#" and I dig into my bag to get my Sig 232 out. He says we need to get the %@#& out of there right now. I saw he was serious and that made me serious about it, we grabbed our $#!^ for the most part (left a few clothes behind) and looked out the peep sight to make sure it was clear to our car. I threw my gun into my pocket, he put his in his waistband and we hauled ass to the car and got the hell out of there. On the ride away, I asked what he saw in the bathroom. He told me when he looked out the window there was this creepy-ass clown facing away from the window, pants at his ankles, making a weird motion. He told me the clown slowly turned 90 degrees to look at him, my friend said he looked down to see this clown $#@%ing a full-sized dinner ham, when he looked up from the ham $^@!ing the clown was smiling and waving at him.
Had the same thought and did it with dreamscopeapp.
Not that impressive maybe, that website also converted it in within 15 seconds. Here is the same with an another filter: https://dreamscopeapp.com/i/WCc_LF7JQF
aetbx (the guy that originally posted the video to youtube) just commented this on the video itself:
"A track for your research...
The Omnibus Edition on the German Amazon site consits only of two parts, containing everything: https://www.amazon.de/Sandman-Omnibus-Vol-1/dp/1401241883/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1472150464&sr=8-5&keywords=sandman
Edit: Wrong quote
you can get it at art.com or even amazon... be wary of outfits that sell it "poster size" where they actually crop the thing from from it's original aspect ratio.
This is a little late, but in case y'all didn't see, someone made Tarot cards in the form of Stephen Gammell's art; the 78 card deck is currently under production, and it's really sick. They look legit, and they are really sick.
This is the album: http://imgur.com/a/R82iW
More information can be found here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1209523269/ritual-abuse-tarot-deck
y'know, I could say that about a lot of my posts on this sub in particular; the requirements by the mods and all....the ones that have scored the highest I can't say I was really moved by. I must be a karma whore. What I think is creepy that they have removed for various reasons I put on tumblr and that has not taken off...so they may be right. (the mods) And not all of that content is creepy, per se, but most is. I'm done rambling.
Here you go.
You'd have to ask the Robugtix company, but I'd imagine it a combination of higher quality components, custom PCB fabrication and injection moulding, assembly labor, software development, R&D, hardware and physical design costs, etc--and I'm sure some pretty large profit margins. Not to mention economics of scale. Making 100,000 of something is cheaper per unit than making 1,000 or less.
Personally I wouldn't buy one, but it'd be really fun to try making my own.
He also was the greatest advancement in medical science ever!
While a monster, his work wasn't in vane, his experiments boosted medical sciences 10-20 years forward. All treatments on hypothermia, and the use of induced hypothermia to slkw everything down to allow successful surgeries to cure otherwise always fatal situations. And his genetic studies dumped the massive amount of traits he had mapped from each parent even writing s theory on "designer babies" which became the basis of testing fetus for abnormal genetics while still within the window for abortion, so if test showed encephalopathy, etc they could abort.
The book also mentions the true crime of Japan unit 731 whose experiments made Mengeles look tame in comparison. Sad thing is it could have advanced medicine another 20+ years, but most was destroyed before realizing what they had a gold mine of human medical data while heinous, it could be used to save millions
It appears to be here.
There's a cloud paste with the objective of pilling all the information we get. Paste there all you think it's relevant.
My boyfriend and I were talking about this book recently, and decided to order a copy. It was definitely the artwork that stuck in our minds. I can picture most of the eerie images to this day!
I've got some pretty sad news to report. A while back, it seems the publishers decided the artwork was too much for kids to handle, and had a new artist re illustrate the book. It's awful. If you see a copy of the old version in a book store or on eBay, pick it up!
Here's a link of some comparisons from the haunting images we remember and the utterly bland replacements.
Here is a link to the free English e-book version: https://archive.org/details/englishstruwwelp00hoffrich
This book gave me nightmares as a little kid.But it teaches some valuable lessons...in a really horrifying way.
Let me know if this link works for you
Hey, if you wanna support the guy who's making this game (all by himself!), his patreon is here and the development blog is here.
Is it somehow related to the work of Gregos?
Look at THIS.
You live in Seattle or Portland?
Nattramn is actually a fairly well known member of the depressive-suicidal black metal scene. Lots of rumors and urban legends surround him, mostly due to the fact that he is really reclusive. anyone curious to learn more, the basic info can be found here.
This is probably what biomassfreak is probably referring to; a very cool fan-made game based on this. Now kiss goodbye to three or four hours of your life while you catch up. You're welcome :)
It's called "Indie Flower" (I know, I know) and you can download it from Google Fonts:
Click on "Select This Font" at the top right, then click on the popup on the bottom right, then click on the download button on the top right of the popup.
I don't know why they do it like that instead of just a normal download button.
No clues, but... translated from the Dutch, anyway.
One of the comments intrigued me into buying some of Lovecraft's books. Found his complete works on Amazon for around 12$. Awesome find if you're interested. It's roughly 1100 pages.
The Complete Fiction of H. P. Lovecraft https://www.amazon.com/dp/0785834206/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apa_DXpOybAVYD5ZG
If you have two books in one big volume, you probably have something else. Patricia Cornwall's Portrait of a Killer is definitely available in mass market paperback and is only 490 pages even with the photo plates inside. I used to have a copy but decided it wasn't worth keeping and either sold or donated it when I downsized my book collection a few years ago. Here's the Amazon page for it if it helps: https://www.amazon.com/Portrait-Killer-Jack-Ripper-Closed/dp/0425192733
may be nothing but sure is weird
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Yeah, there are a lot of crap prank apps about this. The one I use (Here) for android has a cal chart from a cesium source; it cost $5.
It's never been released on DVD as far as I know, however, you can get this copy off ebay
though something about it tells me it's a pirate copy...
They are collectable - pricing really depends on whether it comes with its original tear.
Rose Hairs really aren't that great of tarantulas to keep.
A. They're stolen from their natural home and put into the pet trade. Which is why they're so common in major petstores and cheap. I don't believe it's good to support wild caught animals.
B. They aren't often that docile. I bought one and It's my most aggressive tarantula. I've seen many that are very very sweet, though.
C. I believe because of where they're from, they can have these random periods of months where they go without eating or molting (shedding their exoskeleton). It has to do with seasonal changes where food is more scarce, I believe. This can be scary to a novice keeper.
D. They're really not that pretty. I personally find them gorgeous, but compared to other widely available genus's, they're not that attractive.
My Green Bottle Blue (Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens) has my most favorite coloring, definitely one of the most beautiful tarantulas in my opinion. They're quite fast and aggressive eaters.
My GBB is a sweatheart. They make AMAZING web carpets all over their enclosure. They can often be seen sitting right in the center of their web waiting for pray. I will drop an insect several inches away from the tarantula to watch him pounce and tare into it like mad man.
Here's a video I took:
Him but much younger:
lmao, I have thought about making a new sub...I just need a name, I can't think of an effective one (I'm terrible at titles). I have a tumblr blog that hasn't really taken off. So, I could be the one who is wrong.
honestly, IMO, a lot of the posts garnering the most upvotes aren't really creepy, per se...most of the super fucking creepy shit I try to post gets removed by the mods....but alas, I have not given up...the stuff I consider to be creepy is HERE now everyone will know I am also a crazy as fuck tumblr person
Thanks a ton for your comment! If you wanne dive into your own 3d art/animation journey i would recommend https://www.blender.org/download/ and youtube (for tutorials).
Have a nice day!
Not sure where you are located but Barnes and Nobles sells the Treasury Edition which is all 3 books combined into one. I got this for my little brother, who was 16 at the time, and scared the piss out of him. These books bring back so much nostalgia and paranoia all at the same time.
He got 15 years for Christopher's murder and 37 years for other felonies. He's in RCI in Chillicothe Ohio. Eligible for parole in 2021.