Eerie/creepy photos. **UPDATED** - Bunch of random pics.

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The tree outside GABBY'S room
Yeah, that was "the Radium Girls." Radium was actually a popular ingredient in a lot of products for a brief time, before people understood what its effects were.
Geiger counters click like fuck just walking over those broads graves. They said chances are they still glow in the dark in their caskets.

How crazy is it they were deliberately painting their teeth to have glow in the dark smiles, paint toe and fingernails, or put on makeup with the shit.

Before they started getting sick the women liked the fact that when they went out dancing at clubs at night they would glow from the exposure to the shit at work.

Creepy as fuck, entirely fitting for this thread.
 
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Yeah that pic that is meant to be him, well i have no idea if it was him. Gruesome way to die any way.
 

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Parents of famous murderers. How fucked up would that be, to suddenly find yourself in that club. These are just regular, ordinary people:

Bill and Mildred McVeigh attending their son Timothy's trial.


Bill McVeigh with Tim's hot '90s alt-right sister at his trial:


Dylann Roof's (abusive) father:



Batman killer James Holmes' parents attend his trial:



Ted Bundy's mother speaks to him for the last time, a few hours before he is executed.


And hugging an old jacket of his immediately after hearing that the execution had been carried out.


Peter Lanza with his son, Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza (Joe E thinks this crime was faked by Obama). After the shootings, Peter Lanza publicly stated that he wished his son had never been born.


Years later he said that he can't go an hour without thinking about what happened, he gets chronic nightmares, and "You can’t get any more evil. How much do I beat up on myself about the fact that he’s my son? A lot."

Norway gunman Anders Breivik with his sister and mother:


Breivik's father:


This photo was taken of Utoya Island 24 hours before the shootings.


Teenagers on Utoya frantically try to barricade a door with mattresses.


Sue Klebold sits as the guest of honour at a mental health and suicide prevention organisation's annual breakfast. She's done a lot of talks to groups for the relatives of suicide victims, and as the mother of one of the Columbine killers, she has some experience with that.


Tom Klebold helps his son get ready for prom.


These photos were taken on a Saturday. The next Tuesday morning, the son and over a dozen of his classmates would be dead. The weird look on his face might well be him feeling guilty because his parents are all happy and excited, but he knows what he's going to do in a couple of days.



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Anders sister would get it.
Yeah she would. :lol:

McVeigh's half-evil sister has something too, but it's tough to go toe-to-toe with a tall, slender, elegant Scandinavian blonde.

Wonder how much Jennifer McVeigh knew ahead of time. She definitely knew that he was cooking "something big" that would happen "in the month of the bull" (April-May.) He told her to burn his letters to her as the FBI might be monitoring him, and she (mostly) did. He wrote and warned her not to incriminate herself, and not to communicate with him after April 1. The FBI later gave her immunity to testify against him. You don't need immunity from prosecution if you genuinely don't know anything and are merely a completely innocent, unknowing bystander.

Wonder where she's at now, and if she's still a McVeigh. How do you walk around with a distinctive name like that after an event like that? What's that like?

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Australian married couple John Price and Katherine Knight. They both look happy, don't they.....



"Price’s headless body was found by police in the home the couple shared on 1 March 2000, a day after he was murdered.
His skin was hanging from a butcher’s hook in the lounge room, his head was cooking in a stew on the stove, and slices of his buttocks had been cooked and served alongside vegetables and gravy in a meal intended for his adult children.
Bloodstains showed Price had tried to escape the house, and had even been briefly successful, but was dragged back inside by Knight."

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Australian married couple John Price and Katherine Knight. They both look happy, don't they.....



"Price’s headless body was found by police in the home the couple shared on 1 March 2000, a day after he was murdered.
His skin was hanging from a butcher’s hook in the lounge room, his head was cooking in a stew on the stove, and slices of his buttocks had been cooked and served alongside vegetables and gravy in a meal intended for his adult children.
Bloodstains showed Price had tried to escape the house, and had even been briefly successful, but was dragged back inside by Knight."

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geez that’s grim!!
 

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well I’m about to go to bed... so not now at least lol.

Put them up with a spoiler for tomorrow though.
Nah. Don't really want to open the gore door in this thread. :thumbsup

Didn't post the famous photo of the firefighter carrying the dead baby away from the Oklahoma bombing, or the photo of the Columbine killers in the library with their brains all over the floor, or similar type photos. It's supposed to be more eerie/creepy, not gory. :thumbsup

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The tree outside GABBY'S room
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On the evening of July 11, 1951, one of the biggest riots in U.S. history began after a young black couple moved into an apartment in all-white Cicero, IL, west of Chicago. The husband, Harvey Clark, was a World War II veteran who migrated to Chicago from Mississippi and was working as a bus driver. He and his wife Johnetta had been crammed with their two children in a two-room tenement with a family of five on the city's overcrowded South Side.
The couple found more space and cheaper rents in Cicero, closer to his work, but the sheriff turned them away when they first tried to move in. With a court order in hand, the couple finally moved their belongings into the apartment on July 11, as a mob formed around them, heckling and throwing rocks. The mob, many of them eastern European immigrants, grew to as many as 4,000 by nightfall. The couple fled, unable to stay overnight in their new apartment.
That night, the mob stormed the apartment and hurled the family's belongings out of a third floor window: the sofa, the chairs, the clothes, the baby pictures. The mob tore out the fixtures: the stove, the radiators, the sinks. They smashed the piano, overturned the refrigerator, bashed in the toilet. They set the family's belongings on fire and then firebombed the building, leaving even the white tenants homeless. The rioters overturned police cars and threw stones at firefighters who tried to put out the fire.
The Illinois Governor, Adlai Stevenson, had to call in the National Guard for the first time since the 1919 race riots in Chicago. It took more than 600 guardsmen, police officers and sheriff's deputies to beat back the mob that night and three more days for the rioting over the Clarks to subside.
The Clarks were prevented from spending a single night in Cicero. A total of 118 men were arrested in the rioting but none were indicted. Instead, the rental agent and the owner of the apartment building were indicted for inciting a riot by renting to the Clarks in the first place. The Cicero riot attracted worldwide attention and became a symbol of both northern hostility to the arrival of millions of African-Americans during the Great Migration and of underlying belief systems that reverberate to this day.


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Years later, their young daughter, Michele Clark (shown in photo above with her parents and young brother, Harvey III), would grow up to become the first Black network television correspondent (on CBS). She tragically died in an airline crash in 1972 in Chicago, only blocks from the place that her parents had tried to integrate.


-- From the book, The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration www.thewarmthofothersuns.com
 
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Timothy McVeigh's letter to Fox News, six weeks before he was executed.

The following letter has been authenticated and was sent to Fox News Correspondent Rita Cosby on April 26, 2001. The opening statement was a photocopied statement in McVeigh's writing. The question-and-answer section following it is clearly an original version in McVeigh's writing.

"I explain herein why I bombed the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. I explain this not for publicity, nor seeking to win an argument of right or wrong. I explain so that the record is clear as to my thinking and motivations in bombing a government installation.

I chose to bomb a federal building because such an action served more purposes than other options. Foremost, the bombing was a retaliatory strike; a counter attack, for the cumulative raids (and subsequent violence and damage) that federal agents had participated in over the preceding years (including, but not limited to, Waco.) From the formation of such units as the FBI's "Hostage Rescue" and other assault teams amongst federal agencies during the '80's; culminating in the Waco incident, federal actions grew increasingly militaristic and violent, to the point where at Waco, our government - like the Chinese - was deploying tanks against its own citizens.

Knowledge of these multiple and ever-more aggressive raids across the country constituted an identifiable pattern of conduct within and by the federal government and amongst its various agencies. (see enclosed) For all intents and purposes, federal agents had become "soldiers" (using military training, tactics, techniques, equipment, language, dress, organization, and mindset) and they were escalating their behavior. Therefore, this bombing was also meant as a pre-emptive (or pro-active) strike against these forces and their command and control centers within the federal building. When an aggressor force continually launches attacks from a particular base of operation, it is sound military strategy to take the fight to the enemy.

Additionally, borrowing a page from U.S. foreign policy, I decided to send a message to a government that was becoming increasingly hostile, by bombing a government building and the government employees within that building who represent that government. Bombing the Murrah Federal Building was morally and strategically equivalent to the U.S. hitting a government building in Serbia, Iraq, or other nations. (see enclosed) Based on observations of the policies of my own government, I viewed this action as an acceptable option. From this perspective, what occurred in Oklahoma City was no different than what Americans rain on the heads of others all the time, and subsequently, my mindset was and is one of clinical detachment. (The bombing of the Murrah building was not personal , no more than when Air Force, Army, Navy, or Marine personnel bomb or launch cruise missiles against government installations and their personnel.)

I hope that this clarification amply addresses your question.

Sincerely,

Timothy J. McVeigh

USP Terre Haute (IN)"

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Part 2 - Q&A


"Q: What's the deal with you expressing interest in having your execution televised?

A: First, it has nothing to do with seeking to be on camera - just look at how few on-camera interviews I have done. Rather, it is to make a point: In the U.S. we show, on television, re-enactments of real executions; mock-fictional executions (in movies); and real executions from foreign countries - yet we are ashamed to show our own justice system in action. It is ironic that we show foreign executions, but are afraid to show identical domestic laws being carried out.

Q: What were some other options considered besides bombing? Who would you have targeted?

A: I waited two years from "Waco" for non-violent "checks and balances" built into our system to correct the abuse of power we were seeing in federal actions against citizens. The Executive; Legislative; and Judicial branches not only concluded that the government did nothing wrong (leaving the door open for "Waco" to happen again), they actually gave awards and bonus pay to those agents involved, and conversely, jailed the survivors of the Waco inferno after the jury wanted them set free.

Other "checks and balances" likewise proved futile: media awareness and outcry (the major media failed in its role as overseer of government ally); protest marches; letter campaigns; even small-budget video production; etc. - all failed to correct the abuse

When violent action thus became an option, I considered, among other things, a campaign of individual assassination, with "eligible" targets to include: Federal Judge Walter Smith (Waco trial); Lon Horiuchi (FBI sniper at Ruby Ridge); and Janet Reno (making her accept "full responsibility" in deed, not just word).

Q: Further describe motivations for bombing, and why you chose the bombing over other options.

A: See enclosed documents (he's referring to letter below)

Q. Summate feelings and lessons learned re: experience with legal system, and particularly, SJ.

A. Stephen Jones was appointed (in his own mind), not as a defense attorney, but as an "independent prosecutor" representing Oklahoma state (just prior to "representing" me, he worked as an advisor to the chief law enforcement officer for the state of OK - Governor Frank Keating.) and its interests; and secondary, looking out for his own interests (namely fame and fortune).

Having this experience under my belt, I would recommend that a defendant never trust his/her lawyer, for you can neither count on the attorney-client privilege, nor the ethical integrity of a given attorney.

(I have also learned what "cronyism" means, in actual effect.)

Q: Regarding to comments by AG; Keating

A: Most of the insults are meritless and quite often absurd, so I don't pay them much attention. Hitler? Absurd. (Geraldo Rivera uses this same analogy, so Keating and Ashcroft are in good company!) Coward? This label would make Orwell proud — it is double think at its finest. Collateral Damage? As an American news junkie; a military man; and a Gulf War veteran, where do they think I learned that? (It sure as hell wasn't Osama Bin Laden!)

For all else, I would refer you to my enclosed paper "Hypocrisy", and to Ramzi Yousef's statement to the court just prior to his sentencing. I filter all labels and insults thusly.

Q: Lessons?

A: Many foreign nations and peoples hate Americans for the very reasons most Americans loathe me. Think about that.

There are most likely many lessons in my story. Americans have the choice to try to learn from me (which is why I cooperated with the authors of American Terrorist), or they can choose to remain ignorant, and suffer the consequences."



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@NSFW - I really enjoyed the Waco miniseries. Missus did too. Performances were tremendous and it wasn't a hit job on either side, though it definitely placed more blame on the feds (and rightly so). Humanised the Davidians but also showed what nutjobs and unfit parents they all were. And Kitsch knocks it out of the park as Koresh, just an awesome performance. Michael Shannon is tremendous as well. If you (or anyone else) has any interest in the siege and shootout, it's WELL worth the download. :thumbsup

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@NSFW - I really enjoyed the Waco miniseries. Missus did too. Performances were tremendous and it wasn't a hit job on either side, though it definitely placed more blame on the feds (and rightly so). Humanised the Davidians but also showed what nutjobs and unfit parents they all were. And Kitsch knocks it out of the park as Koresh, just an awesome performance. Michael Shannon is tremendous as well. If you (or anyone else) has any interest in the siege and shootout, it's WELL worth the download. :thumbsup

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I saw it up on one of the subscription services I have somewhere, hoping its still up. Just finished Succession flor the second time so need something new.
 
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