Straight To The Core Of The Earth

ess, bench, sei a mensch

janefoster:

basically my life can be summed up in alternating periods of Linda Belcher’s “Alriiiiight!” and Bob Belcher’s “Oh my god”

(via judy-vee)

radiatorheaven:

Betelgeuse’s resume

radiatorheaven:

Betelgeuse’s resume

(via the-hand-that-masturbates)

tedbunny:

Police officer standing outside the DeFeo home where 23 year old Ronald DeFeo jr. shot and killed 6 of his family members. The case became known as ‘the Real Amityville Horror’ due to the later alleged hauntings that took place in the home, and the fact that Ronald had on occasion claimed that he had been possessed by satan when he committed the crimes.

tedbunny:

Police officer standing outside the DeFeo home where 23 year old Ronald DeFeo jr. shot and killed 6 of his family members. The case became known as ‘the Real Amityville Horror’ due to the later alleged hauntings that took place in the home, and the fact that Ronald had on occasion claimed that he had been possessed by satan when he committed the crimes.

(via the-hand-that-masturbates)

Less Commonly Known Eating Disorders

Orthorexia: defined as an obsession with “healthy or righteous eating.”

  • An individual dealing with Orthorexia fixates on defining the “right” foods, foods that can be safely eaten.
  • They will spend just as much time and energy thinking about food as someone with Bulimia or Anorexia. They…

(Source: allianceforeatingdisorders.com)

fuckyeahtherealkiki:

Richard Chase, the Vampire of Sacramento, being led to court.

(Source: thenewkiki, via starving-cannibal)

graveyardgardenslayer:

Sylvia Likens crime scene photo. She was murdered by the family that her parents, who were carnival workers, paid $20 a week to take care of her and her sister Jenny

graveyardgardenslayer:

Sylvia Likens crime scene photo. She was murdered by the family that her parents, who were carnival workers, paid $20 a week to take care of her and her sister Jenny

(via starving-cannibal)

god-likee:

notkatniss:

I’m so relieved that Quentin Tarantino is a filmmaker and not a serial killer

But also kinda disappointed

(via subhumann)

toxicnirvana:

"When Jeff was four, his father swept out from under their house the remains of some small animals that had been killed by civets. As his father gathered the tiny animal bones, Jeff seemed "oddly thrilled by the sound they made. His small hands dug deep into the pile of bones. I can no longer view it simply as a childish episode, a passing fascination. This same sense of something dark and shadowy, of a malicious force growing in my son, now colors almost every memory."

toxicnirvana:

"When Jeff was four, his father swept out from under their house the remains of some small animals that had been killed by civets. As his father gathered the tiny animal bones, Jeff seemed "oddly thrilled by the sound they made. His small hands dug deep into the pile of bones. I can no longer view it simply as a childish episode, a passing fascination. This same sense of something dark and shadowy, of a malicious force growing in my son, now colors almost every memory."

(via forensicpsychedelic)

newyorker:

The International Center of Photography, in a joint effort with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, now offers digital access to its Roman Vishniac archive. Take a look at some of his work, which documents Eastern European Jewish life between 1935 and 1938.

Top: An elder of the village, Vysni Apsa, Carpathian Ruthenia, c. 1935–38. Bottom: Students sharing books in heder, Brod, c. 1935–38. Photographs © Mara Vishniac Kohn, courtesy International Center of Photography.

(Source: newyorker.com, via protonmorelikebroton)