Maybe don’t read these before bed.
Maybe don’t read these before bed.
Plus a handy pronunciation guide for global beers, 7 rescued pieces of artwork that inspired The Monuments Men, and how Olympians mentally survive their superhuman training.
Who is your state’s most notorious? UPDATE: This map contains both inaccuracies and at least one possibly innocent man.
Because nothing is sexier than nightmares.
Don’t they make ugly psychopaths?
Illustrator Issac Bidwell sure has a dark outlook on muppets. Right in the childhood!
Sometimes all love needs is some flowers, a shovel, and a Frenchman. Watch Video ›
The Skin Trade Centers upon a female private investigator on the trail of a serial killer linked to an underground werewolf clan ruling the remains of a vibrant city devastated by a recession. (via dreadcentral.com) View Image ›
Hobbyist codebreaker Corey Starliper claims to have broken the Zodiac Killer’s 41-year-old code. If he’s right (and this isn’t just a case of confirmation bias), this confirms that long-time suspect Arthur Leigh Allen was indeed the Zodiac Killer. (Via) View List ›
As a follow-up to this post, here are 9 more final meals of men condemned to die. This time they’re from a collection called ‘No Seconds’ by Brooklyn photographer Henry Hargreaves. It’s all so very surreal to see the last thing Ted Bundy, Timothy McVeigh or Allen Lee Davis ever ate. Warning: While none of the pictures below are objectionable, some of the links may contain graphic pictures of the killer’s victims. View List ›
He was such a sweet talker. View List ›
Is it weird that I always had a sort of crush on Jeffrey Dahmer? He’s a nerdy cute. View List ›
Since Dexter season 5 starts this month, we took some inspiration from Philip Haragos’s How to Become a Superhero and chronicaled some of the more interesting serial killer origins from TV and the movies. Can you guess them all? View Image ›
Thirty years after the sentencing of serial killer Rodney Alcala for his first known crime, police are once again asking for the public’s help in identifying possible victims among the hundreds of haunting photographs found in Alcala’s possession. (Via The Orange County Register) View Image ›
In the ’90s, pop-culture historian Bill Geerhart posed as a young kid and wrote to various serial killers and controversial celebrities like Larry Flynt. This is Larry Flynt’s awesome response to the letter he received. Click through for more of the fascinating correspondence that came out of this experiment. View Image ›
At least 50 college aged men from 11 states have died in the past 10 years in what is now being called the “Smiley Face” mystery. Most of their deaths have been ruled accidental drownings, but two New York cops are questioning one eerie coincidence. At each of these crime scenes there is a smiley face painted somewhere. It’s still unclear as to whether this is a coincidence or the work of some deranged serial killer.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, there’s only one Mississippi pawn shop with everything your significant other will love, from guns to VCR’s to chain saws. It’s like Costco for serial killers! Watch Video ›
A group of private investigators say they’re able to link up dozens of seemingly unrelated deaths of college men through a common clue: Smiley faces found near where the drowned bodies were found. The deaths (murders?) all share common traits: Well-liked, athletic college guys who drowned mysteriously, usually disappearing after a night of drinking. The drownings are usually chalked up as accidents, but two former New York cops say they’ve found links that make them look more like murders, and they hypothesize that a sinister group of killers is behind them all. Read More ›