“It’s not a baby in there, it’s a monster and when you go to sleep he climbs out and talks to me about blood.”
The 27- and 16-year-old had both been in a car accident, but when they pulled out the teen’s body, there were several gunshots wounds in her head.
“When I was a teenager, someone murdered a man, cut his body up, and drove it out to that tiny rural town and dumped the pieces down a hillside.”
“I watched a kid kill himself at school. Gunshot to the head. He painted the wall behind him with his brains.”
“He killed her because he had a necrophilia fantasy involving her. According to the news he never he didn’t have the balls to do any actual corpse fucking, so he just dumped her body in a ditch. He ended up hanging himself in prison.”
“Walking Ghost Syndrome happens when you’re exposed to a certain amount of radiation. The radiation kills your bone marrow but not much else. You get sick for a few days due to sepsis from all the dead bone marrow, then seem to get better, but your life now has a quite literal deadline; with no bone marrow, your red blood cells and immune system aren’t getting replenished so once you run out, that’s it.”
There’s no way a bleeding heart Pisces would be able to get away with murder, they’d be too mad at themselves in order to do so.
Have you heard the one about the hanging mannequin that actually turned out to be a suicide victim?
“Father…I don’t think there’s any hope for me. I’ve done so much…”
Theodore (Ted) Robert Bundy confessed to killing 36 women across several states, starting in Washington and moving east to Utah, Colorado, and closer to his demise to Florida from 1974-1978. The exact number of his victims is unknown. In a memoir written by one of his defenders, John Henry Browne, he recalls a time Bundy disclosed to him that the number of his victims was somewhere near 100.