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I've been writing since i could hold a pencil and have my first poem published when i was 8 years old. Writing is my passion and i hope that comes across in my work.
The mirror showed a reflection that wasn't my own. As I gazed upon my reflection, I couldn't help but notice a striking difference. It was as if a copy of myself had been imbued with an aura of darkness. My eyes, usually a mere reflection, now seemed to be staring back at me with an intense glare. I couldn't help but wonder if I had been smiling like that all along. I reached up to touch the contours of my face, and watched as the being in the mirror mimicked my every move.
Uncovering the Psychology Behind Serial Killers and Their Murders
As someone studying forensic psychology, I have spent years studying the psychology behind serial killers and the murders they commit. In this article, I will share my insights and knowledge about the motives of serial killers, the different types of serial killers, infamous murder cases and stories, unsolved homicides, the role of a murder investigator, the process of a murder investigation, theories and techniques used in homicide investigation, the impact of serial killers on society, and addressing the issue of crime and violence through prevention and rehabilitation.
I Will Come, Eventually
It was a dark and gloomy Tuesday night the hospital hallway was empty, with nurses and doctors busily at their stations attending to their obligations; not a single soul was in sight. Only the faint murmurs of the machines beeping and sounding away. Even the sound of voices seemed not to echo as they would, only indecipherable mutters.
Al Capone and Pablo Escobar
Few criminals are as well-known as Al Capone, the American mobster and gangster who rose to infamy during the Prohibition era. His beginnings were humble, born in 1899 in Brooklyn, New York, to Giovanni and Teresa Capone. He developed a quick temper and a reputation for being a bully which he gained while growing up and attending school. After dropping out at age 14, Capone joined a gang of street thugs, where he learned the ways of criminal enterprise.
The top 5 bizarre crimes in history
Have you ever done something reckless “just because?” We've all been there. Whether it's peer pressure, apathy, mental illness, or simply ignorance of the law, sometimes people commit crimes for no real reason. In some cases, people are "just obeying orders" and the results can be devastating. While we don't condone these "leisure crimes," it's interesting to take a look at some of the strangest crimes that have been committed for no reason. Here's my top 5 list of the most bizarre crimes that happened for bizarre reasons.
Bigfoot: The Myth, The Legend
Bigfoot is often described as a large, muscular, bipedal ape-like creature covered in dark brown, black, or dark reddish hair. Reports of its height range from 1.8–2.7 metres (6–9 ft) to as tall as 3.0–4.6 metres (10–15 ft). Some eyewitness accounts describe the creature as having a human-like face. In 1971, multiple people in The Dalles, Oregon, filed a police report describing an overgrown ape, with one of the men claiming to have seen the creature in the scope of his rifle, but could not bring himself to shoot it because it looked more human than animal.
Horrors to Watch
Hellbender Over the course of their eight-year filmmaking journey, the Adams family have continually refined their artistic and narrative sensibilities. With Hellbender, their sixth feature, confidence and creativity coalesce to create something that feels like a magical breakthrough. Following their 2020 supernatural thriller The Deeper You Dig, it appears the Adams have developed a penchant for horror - a perfect accompaniment to their signature low-budget, homegrown style. Although Hellbender incorporates many of the recurring motifs present in the Adams family’s work - such as dysfunctional family dynamics and references to John Adams’ former career as a punk musician - it is undoubtedly the most fully-realized project the family has undertaken to date. 16-year-old Izzy (Zelda Adams, the youngest daughter and co-director alongside John Adams and Toby Poser) has been warned from a young age by her mother (Poser) that the outside world will bring her nothing but harm due to her rare autoimmune disease. Izzy spends her days isolated and alone, with only the majestic landscape surrounding her mother's secluded mountain home providing her with any solace. Despite being forbidden to leave the property, Izzy and her mother have a strong bond, often engaging in playful affection and taking hikes through the lush forest on rainy days. Together, they form a punk rock band, Hellbender, donning outrageous makeup and playing tight, catchy songs for their own enjoyment. Every aspect of Hellbender is crafted by a small team of creatives, from the stunning cinematography of Zelda and John to the laid-back yet quirky costume design of Poser. The end result is a captivating exploration of two individuals and their isolated lives, as well as the fear of supernatural possession.
Horrors to Watch
As horror trends ebb and flow, reflecting the ever-changing reality from which it emerges, moments of intersection and flux become increasingly apparent. Horror that pushes the boundaries of subtext and horror that cuts to the core of our fears coexist in a chaotic landscape of dread and madness. The past few years have been a time of confinement and uncertainty, and our fears have been expressed in a variety of ways. Self-reflection has been a common theme, while spectacle has returned to the big screen. Throwbacks to simpler times have been weaponized, rather than relying on nostalgia. Horror in 2022 has been a reflection of growth in the face of pain, something it has always thrived on. Jordan Peele's blockbuster return, Ti West's ambitious double-whammy, and the showstoppers from indie voices like Chloe Okuno, Phil Tippett and Jane Schoenbrun have created a sordid assortment of horror that is as much a bag of Halloween candy as it is a snapshot of a society in transition.
Horror Movies To Watch
Horror movies have long been overlooked and underappreciated, often for good reason. In the 1970s and '80s, the genre became a haven for filmmakers looking to make a quick buck by churning out low-budget, low-quality films. This had a lasting impact on the genre, tainting even the more sophisticated and artful entries with the stigma of schlock.