14 Thrillers about bloodthirsty killers
True stories of serial killers have often inspired filmmakers to create unforgettable and chilling images in thrillers. For example, Ed Gein, one of America’s most famous and violent maniacs, became the prototype for Norman Bates in Psycho and Buffalo Bill in The Silence of the Lambs.
Kyle couldn't tell exactly when the idea came to his inflamed mind. Perhaps, it was ripening in him, taking root as he lay awake in a cold bed, watching the shadows galloping on the ceiling. The sheets beneath him smelled like frozen loneliness, time ticked silently, and the whole room turned into a dark, silent crypt. The walls were moving forward on him, crushing him with a load of memories, and the young man slowly but surely lost his mind, drowning in his pain.
The philosopher woman is an exotic phenomenon. So it was believed at the time of Hypatia, in 300-400 AD. She grew up in the family of one of the greatest scientists in Alexandria and surpassed her father; taught mathematics, astronomy, and philosophy, was religiously tolerant, which attracted students of pagans, Jews, and Christians; acted as a trusted advisor to the city rulers and went down in history as the greatest scientist of ancient Alexandria. TED-Ed released a video lecture on Hypatia, how she was accused of sorcery and made a scientist a victim of Christian fanaticism.
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My grandmother always said that a person's destiny is determined by his desire to help his neighbor. Your personal grief does not exist, we are all links of the same chain, and if you hurt someone, it will roll down like a snowball, sweeping away the fates of other people on its way. This means that you have caused grief not to one, but several, dozens of people. This butterfly effect extends to everything around. We are already unwittingly doing evil every day. There is no need to commit it consciously.
Rono was sharpening the tip. He gently and accurately beat the edges until the shape became more or less acceptable. Then, methodically, he recut the excess with a stone. Rono already had a hunting weapon, but the spearhead was broken during the last hunt. The man had to make the new one. He worked all night, working on a new tool, attaching a chiseled stone to a sturdy stick, tying it with rope, and weighing a spear in his hand. Aya and the children were sleeping at the back of the cave. Before them, their ancestors lived here, and the ancestors of their ancestors. They left their offspring a legacy passed down from generation to generation.