An abandoned railway track in France.




Mary Bell - Being bullied is nothing compared to what this poor girl went through.
Mary Bell suffered from an early age. She was born to a prostitute mother, and while her father’s identity was always a bit questionable, the guy that most evidence pointed towards was a habitual criminal himself. Her mother forced her to have sex with men when she was as young as four years old, and she also tried to kill Mary several times while making the deed look accidental. After all that, it’s not quite a mystery as to how Mary could grow up to strangle a 4-year-old boy to death on the day before her 11th birthday. She was believed to have killed the boy, Martin Brown, all on her own, but she and a friend would later vandalize a local nursery and make claims to the murder. The claims were considered a prank by local police, but it was only a few months later that Mary and her friend, Norma Bell (no relation), would strangle another boy to death — this time a 3-year-old. After killing the boy and stashing his body in the woods, Mary returned and carved an M into his stomach. She then cut off bits of his hair as though he were some sort of doll, and mutilated his genitals. Norma was acquitted in court, but Mary was deemed psychotic and placed in government care. She was released from custody 12 years later, and after many legal battles she won government-assured anonymity in the UK for life.

Look, my profile photo!  

One man’s love of sashimi nearly killed him after it led to his body becoming riddled with tapeworm. The Chinese man had seen his doctor complaining of stomach ache and itchy skin. Scans revealed his entire body had been infected with tapeworm parasites after eating too much sashimi - raw slices of fish. Doctors believe some of the uncooked Japanese delicacy of raw meat or fish must have become contaminated. He was treated at the Guangzhou No. 8 People’s Hospital in Guangdong Province, in eastern China.

Balisong (Butterfly Knife)

The Cupid and Psyche statue at Hollywood Forever Cemetery