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August 26, 2014 12:03 am

jedavu:

Photo Farewells: The Last Known Photographs Of 10 Icons

1. Legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix, seen here with his beloved guitar called “Black Betty.” This photograph was snapped by Hendrix’s girlfriend Monika Dannemann the very day before he died. The exact details of his death are still widely disputed, but the musician was found asphyxiated on his own vomit and with barbiturates and sleeping pills readily in his system.

2. This is the final known photograph of Marilyn Monroe, taken during a visit with Frank Sinatra and jazz pianist Buddy Greco the weekend before her death, August 5, 1962. Questions surrounding the beloved actress’s death have persisted for decades. With many conspiracy theories still alive and well, the true circumstances of her untimely demise might never be known.

3. The final photograph of John Lennon captures the former Beatles front-man signing an autograph for his soon to be killer, Mark David Chapman. Chapman, also pictured, would return to the musician’s apartment a few hours later and shoot him several times as Lennon returned home with wife Yoko Ono.

4. Elvis shown pulling into Graceland with girlfriend Ginger Alden on August 16, 1977, upon returning from a dental appointment. Later that evening the ‘King’ would unceremoniously die from a massive heart attack while sitting on the toilet in his home. Though he had been battling health issues for some time, Elvis was scheduled to board a flight that very night in preparation for his next tour.

5. Freddie Mercury, frontman for the band Queen, standing outside his home in 1991, before dying of bronchial pneumonia resulting from AIDS.

6. An emaciated Bob Marley spending time with family in Munich, Germany at the end of his long battle with cancer. Weighing a mere 77 lbs. Marley would lose the battle and succumb to the cancer on May 11th, 1981.

7. Amy Winehouse, shown walking near her home in London just over a week before her death on July 23rd, 2011. Forensic pathologists determined that Winehouse died from accidental alcohol poisoning after the singer resumed drinking following a period of sobriety. Winehouse had battled both drug and alcohol addiction in the past, often translating those experiences into verse.

8. The charismatic Jim Morrison posing with longtime girlfriend Pamela Courson five days before Jim’s death in Paris. This photo was taken by a friend in the small village of Saint-Leud’Esserent.

9. Adored actor James Dean always had a love of speed and living life on the edge. Dean had only owned the Porsche he is pictured with for nine days when he crashed it, losing his life in the process.

10. Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler pictured two days before he committed suicide on April 30th, 1945. With Germany in ruins and defeat to the Allied forces looming, Hitler married his girlfriend Eva Braun and the couple then committed suicide.

August 25, 2014 11:31 pm 11:22 pm
supremecordeliagoode:

Pt. 1 of real life icons featured on American Horror Story (from top left to right):

- Marie Laveau, voodoo priestess 
- Lizzie Borden, murderess
- Anne Frank, author and famous Holocaust victim
- Elizabeth Short (“The Black Dahlia”) infamous murder victim
- Dr. Josef Mengele, infamous Nazi doctor
- Ed Gein, serial killer
- Madame Delphine LaLaurie, serial killer
- Nellie Bly, reporter
- Kurt Cobain, musician

supremecordeliagoode:

Pt. 1 of real life icons featured on American Horror Story (from top left to right):

- Marie Laveau, voodoo priestess
- Lizzie Borden, murderess
- Anne Frank, author and famous Holocaust victim
- Elizabeth Short (“The Black Dahlia”) infamous murder victim
- Dr. Josef Mengele, infamous Nazi doctor
- Ed Gein, serial killer
- Madame Delphine LaLaurie, serial killer
- Nellie Bly, reporter
- Kurt Cobain, musician

July 20, 2014 12:07 am 12:00 am
r10t3r:

just regular ole day at the Bob’s Burgers

r10t3r:

just regular ole day at the Bob’s Burgers

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June 22, 2014 12:17 am
coldbloodcoldheart:

Perhaps the most infamous contract killer in history, “Ice Man” Kuklinski is thought to have murdered over 200 men (never women, or children) personally during in his lifetime. He operated in New York and New Jersey from 1950-88 and worked as a hitman for the DeCavalcante crime family, as well as various other prominent crime families. Kuklinski committed his first murder at the age of 14, beating a bully to death with a thick piece of wood. In order to avoid the identification of the body, Kuklinski cut off the boy’s fingertips and removed his teeth before dumping the remains off a South Jersey bridge.
In his teenage years and early twenties, Kuklinski became a notorious serial killer in Manhattan, brutally murdering homeless people for the sheer thrill. Most of his victims were shot or stabbed, and then left to drop were they died. He also began pool hustling for income, whilst beating anyone who opposed him to within an inch of their lives. His reputation for brutality soon caught the attention of various mafia crime families, who sought to utilize his talent for violence by making him an enforcer in their ranks. He became an associate of the Gambino crime family, staging robberies and also pirating pornographic video tapes. One day, a respected made member of the Gambino family named Roy DeMeo took Kuklinski out in his car and they parked on a city street. DeMeo then selected a random target, a man walking his dog. He then ordered Kuklinski to kill him. Kuklinski swiftly got out, walked towards the man and shot him in the back of the head as he passed by. This was the beginning of Kuklinski’s career as a hitman.
Over the next 30 years Kuklinski worked successfully as a contract killer. His nickname of “Iceman” came from his method of freezing his victims to disguise the time of death from authorities. Kuklinski was also famous for his varying methods of execution, the most unusual being the use of a crossbow aimed at a victim’s forehead, though he more commonly utilized cyanide as a poison. When the authorities finally identified Kuklinski as a notorious hitman, they found that no evidence existed to get a murder conviction. As a result they had to rely on a sting operation; an undercover agent pretended to hire Kuklinski for a hit, and recorded Kuklinski talking in-depth about how he would carry it out.
Afterwards, he was soon arrested and charged whilst trying to obtain cyanide for a planned hit. He received five consecutive life sentences for murder after confessing to numerous hits, making him ineligible for parole until his 110th birthday. He died in prison of natural causes when he was 70-years-old.

coldbloodcoldheart:

Perhaps the most infamous contract killer in history, “Ice Man” Kuklinski is thought to have murdered over 200 men (never women, or children) personally during in his lifetime. He operated in New York and New Jersey from 1950-88 and worked as a hitman for the DeCavalcante crime family, as well as various other prominent crime families. Kuklinski committed his first murder at the age of 14, beating a bully to death with a thick piece of wood. In order to avoid the identification of the body, Kuklinski cut off the boy’s fingertips and removed his teeth before dumping the remains off a South Jersey bridge.

In his teenage years and early twenties, Kuklinski became a notorious serial killer in Manhattan, brutally murdering homeless people for the sheer thrill. Most of his victims were shot or stabbed, and then left to drop were they died. He also began pool hustling for income, whilst beating anyone who opposed him to within an inch of their lives. His reputation for brutality soon caught the attention of various mafia crime families, who sought to utilize his talent for violence by making him an enforcer in their ranks. He became an associate of the Gambino crime family, staging robberies and also pirating pornographic video tapes. One day, a respected made member of the Gambino family named Roy DeMeo took Kuklinski out in his car and they parked on a city street. DeMeo then selected a random target, a man walking his dog. He then ordered Kuklinski to kill him. Kuklinski swiftly got out, walked towards the man and shot him in the back of the head as he passed by. This was the beginning of Kuklinski’s career as a hitman.

Over the next 30 years Kuklinski worked successfully as a contract killer. His nickname of “Iceman” came from his method of freezing his victims to disguise the time of death from authorities. Kuklinski was also famous for his varying methods of execution, the most unusual being the use of a crossbow aimed at a victim’s forehead, though he more commonly utilized cyanide as a poison. When the authorities finally identified Kuklinski as a notorious hitman, they found that no evidence existed to get a murder conviction. As a result they had to rely on a sting operation; an undercover agent pretended to hire Kuklinski for a hit, and recorded Kuklinski talking in-depth about how he would carry it out.

Afterwards, he was soon arrested and charged whilst trying to obtain cyanide for a planned hit. He received five consecutive life sentences for murder after confessing to numerous hits, making him ineligible for parole until his 110th birthday. He died in prison of natural causes when he was 70-years-old.

June 2, 2014 1:26 pm

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The 11 Saddest Moments From Your Childhood - Click Here To See Them All

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May 30, 2014 11:21 am 11:20 am
cultofweird:

This Friday, May 23rd marks the 80th anniversary of the death of Bonnie and Clyde, when they were ambushed and gunned down in their 1934 Ford on a rural Louisiana road.
More: Bonnie and Clyde Death Car

cultofweird:

This Friday, May 23rd marks the 80th anniversary of the death of Bonnie and Clyde, when they were ambushed and gunned down in their 1934 Ford on a rural Louisiana road.

More: Bonnie and Clyde Death Car

May 2, 2014 10:10 pm
handsomedogs:

Juno Bean | Minneapolis MN

handsomedogs:

Juno Bean | Minneapolis MN