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Book Review: The Killing of Mummy's Boy by Joan Ellis

Sandra is sitting on the train heading home…alone.  An attractive, dangerous-looking man seats opposite her.  She realizes that she lost her train pass and unwittingly gives her address to the representative on the phone in earshot of the man across from her.   162 more words

Book Reviews

Albert Fish: Pure Evil

There are a few names throughout the last century that stand out amongst serial killers.  Dahmer. Gacy.  Ramirez.  Bundy.  Each of these men did the unthinkable.   1,073 more words

True Crime

No hope Pope

Eph 5:3 But fornication and all uncleanness or covetousness, let it not even be named among you, as is fitting for saints;
Eph 5:4 neither filthiness, nor foolish talking, nor coarse jesting, which are not fitting, but rather giving of thanks.

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Crimson Peak (2015)

Score: 5/10

Length: 119

Language: English

Categories: 2000s, recent, ghost, murderer, haunted house

As expected, this film is visually stunning but not scary at all. If you go into it thinking it’s more of a fantasy drama, you’ll be a lot less disappointed. 151 more words


Good Ridance to BAD NEWS!

I am delighted to hear that this murdering little sod is in the kingdom of hell fueling the furnaces of misery and suffering where others reside. 84 more words

Current Affairs

Women Are Disappearing From My Town And I Think My Son Has Something To Do With It

People look at me strange when I tell them that I have an 18-year-old son. I’m 33. When James and I go out, it isn’t uncommon for people to ask if he is my little brother. 2,623 more words

4 Incredibly Terrifying Crimes You Need To Read Before Bed Tonight

1. Sawney Bean

Having slightly inspired the Hills Have Eyes, the Sawney Bean family is Scotland’s most infamous group of cannibals. The Bean family was said to have terrorized the surrounding area of the Ashyhire and Galloway coast for over 25 years. 1,938 more words