It's nearing the holidays and I wanted to give my advice on how to handle this time of year while dating, single or in a relationship. I will tell you some of the basics you need to know.
"The 27 Club" is a group of famous people who have died at the age of 27. The causes of death can range from unknown to overdose and suicide. This phenomenon started on January 17, 1892, with the death of Alexandre Levy. He was a composer, pianist, and conductor, and his death was of unknown causes. Experts do say that younger people who are famous have a higher risk of dying young, but that does not limit the age of death to 27. The reason younger celebrities are at higher risk of dying young is that they are more likely to take part in risky behaviors (driving fast, smoking, drinking, and doing drugs). This group has been the subject of movies, magazines articles, novels, several exhibitions, and stage plays.
Recently, I heard a woman on the radio talking about how she was involved with a married man for three years. He had one kid and was a high powered professional in Atlanta. The problem was that he gave her the typical lines people tell the other man or woman. He said, "I'll leave my wife for you and we can build a life together." She was hurt that he didn't leave his wife. She even stalked the wife! She wanted to destroy him in the newspapers. She kept saying that she took care of him and she was basically the wife.
Skin walkers are a Native American legend. They are witches that can turn into or possesses any creature or animal that it wants to so that it can do bad things. It can never be used by a healing witch. The animals that these witches morph into, become, or inhabit are the troublemakers—or the ones that are associated with death and darkness such as foxes, coyotes, eagles, and crows. The most common way they are described as is a hollowed out dog-like creature. But some may also see them as a goat or dear like creature. There is also a belief that there are some skin walkers that can take on the form of someone you know. Back in the day, Native Americans defended skin walkers and actually turned into them because they believed they were good. Now the Native Americans see the bad that can come from skin walkers. Some people believe they can hurt people who deserve to be hurt, so in turn they are good, while others believe that they are bad because they can hurt anyone. Some people believe that they aren't bad at all.
So if you don't know who Onision is, he is a YouTuber who does not like to be judged and yet judges others. His main focus has been DDLG, which has obviously upset a few people in the community. He acts like we are "special needs" or are mentally ill. He also acts like the community is about being attracted to kids. Some of us do have special needs or have mental illness. Some of us also don't have daddy issues, which is another one of his ideas about the community. A couple has taken him to task on YouTube. Sadly there are more people like him, on and off YouTube.
So I decided to continue the 31 posts of creepy even though it is no longer October, but I missed a few days so here we go. A lot of you may not think of Columbine as creepy, but some of the stuff that came out about the two shooters was creepy and the events leading up to the shooting were creepy. It's also creepy that two teenagers would even think about killing people. I consider true crime to be sometimes creepy.