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Killing Pablo: The Hunt for the World’s Greatest Outlaw by Mark Bowden

Mark Bowden, author of Black Hawk Down, recounts the rise and fall of the notorious Colombian drug lord, Pablo Escobar. Brutal and savvy, Escobar grew from a petty street thug to head the Medellín cocaine cartel, an organization that held Colombia in its vice grip in the 1980s. 530 more words

Book List 2015

'Dark Movements'

Moving toward Dark Movements


In 2002, when I completed the drawing On the Mountain in the series The Mare’s Tale, I believed it marked the end of my work on the theme of the Mari Lwyd. 774 more words

Looking At Art

"She is not alone in thinking this way."

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Has the Most Ferocious Lawyer in America Defending Him:

Judy Clarke […] referred back to the Susan Smith case, noting that it was the reason she had been “sucked into the black hole, the vortex” of death-penalty cases.

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Forres say farewell to top keeper Mark Bowden

Keeper Mark Bowden said his Cheerios to Forres Mechanics as he moved down south with my family. He reflected back on his successful spell at Forres and told us on his highlights during his time at the Can Cans. 554 more words

Highland League

VANITY FAIR CONFIDENTIAL: Marty Koughan Talks "The Case of the Vanishing Blonde" (2015)

Everyone loves a great detective’s tale, and in “The Case of the Vanishing Blonde,” a real-life private detective tracks down a heinous serial rapist that no one even knew they should be looking for.  2,727 more words

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Black Hawk Down (2001)

“It is only the dead who have seen the end of war.” – Plato

Revolution Studios and Jerry Bruckheimer Films in association with Scott Free Productions present… 1,212 more words


Killing Pablo by Mark Bowden

I used to live in Colombia, during the final years of Pablo Escobar’s terror. We moved there three days after Presidential candidate and likely winner Galán was assassinated by Escobar’s gunmen. 1,000 more words

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