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Female killers general Anonymous 429[Reply]

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Anonymous 447

All four girls had troubled backgrounds with claims of physical or sexual abuse committed by a parent or other adult. Hope Rippey, Toni Lawrence, and Laurie Tackett had histories of self-harming behavior.[47] Tackett was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder and suffering from hallucinations.[17]

Melinda Loveless, often described as the ringleader in the attack,[48] had the most extensive history of abuse and mental health issues.


Anonymous 469

This shit is terrifying.

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Anonymous 1336

Be sure to watch the movie, it's good.

Anonymous 1379

those girls were so messed up beyond all belief because of evil people in their lives. I'm not condoning their behaviour whatsoever but they were victims too.


Scary IRL situations Anonymous 383[Reply]

What happened to you?
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Anonymous 409

It's from a small town on an island…I really feel like I'd be giving my identity away if I told you. Sorry, anon.

Anonymous 410


ahh noo ive been looking for it for like 2 hrs already. feel free to shove me off a turret, i think im ready
it's a great story,p. you're so lucky to have old ruins around, they have that peculiar atmosphere when you can almost physically feel how old this place is, like an imprint left by ages and people who dwelt there

Anonymous 423


aaaa I'm sorry. Okay your clue is that it's in Ireland

I really love ruins, they're incredible. They're the only thing from distant history that you can touch, really. Everything else is behind red rope or glass. I once went to the Colosseum and it blew my mind that I was standing in the same spot gladiators and spectators would have stood.

There's another ruin (this time of a house) near my bf's house and we took a hike up to see it once. The story goes that it once was used as a meeting place for occultists who got up to all kinds of fun like dressing like Satan and inviting him to join them at meal times. One night a man walked in, intending to stay the night and asked the men for a game of cards. He was exceptionally good and the other men suspected he was cheating. One man drops a card, bends down to pick it up and notices that the stranger has hooves for feet. As revenge for what the man had seen, the devil burns the house down and that's why it's a ruin (so they say). I'd say that was just a story made up by the locals who thought it was a bit queer that someone would choose to live up a mountain and away from society and felt like whoever lived there "had what was coming to them" due to superstitions, but that's just me.

People say that if you do certain rituals, you'll see the devil. Or it's possible to see ghosts. Myself and my bf messed around for a bit and although it's pretty creepy, I didn't experience anything spooky. Cool place to hang out on a nice day, though. I also think it's funny how initially the place was associated with anti-social behaviour (like drinking, occult activities, gambling, orgies…etc) and in a sense it still is because kids keep hiking up at night to have raves, get drunk and do drugs. Kind of sweet to keep up the tradition, lol.

There are other myths about giant black demon cats roaming around at night and all kinds of other wild mythological stories. I love it. Honestly, after staying at my bf's house overnight I can kind of see why people came up with all of these stories. The sounds of foxes crying and bats screeching at night always freak me out.

Anonymous 489

I came across this, and thought of this thread:

A relatedly personal side is that I used to be friends with an Aboriginal girl whose mother had similar symptoms to what the testing program's victims describe in the article, and the mother had spent time in the Canadian Residential School System/Sixties Scoop as well as hospitals for anxiety. If this was happening in hospitals to white people, then based on the shit way Aboriginal people were treated for so long in Canada it wouldn't be surprising if Aboriginal "orphans" were used as test subjects as well.

Some links:



Anonymous 1378

sew edgy

grow up


Help Anonymous 1358[Reply]

I’ve been looking everywhere online but I can’t find a gif I remember from my tumblr days

It’s a bunch of men in suits in a dark area in what it looks like a rural town

Anonymous 1360

I don't have the gif but I know what you are talking about. It's from a radiohead promotional.

Anonymous 1361

If you look up Radiohead, tinker tailor solider sailor rich man poor man beggar. You get the video, I can't find the gif because I am phoneposting at work and my high speeds data is spent.
Hope this helps.

Anonymous 1365

tinker solder.gif

death valley.jpeg

"The Death Valley Germans" Anonymous 1042[Reply]

German tourist family disappears in the Death Valley. Random guy starts a blog while he tries to investigate what happened to these people and at the end he found out exactly what happened. This is his blog http://www.otherhand.org/home-page/search-and-rescue/the-hunt-for-the-death-valley-germans/ and I 10000000% recommend reading everything. It was an amazing investigative work from this guy.

Anonymous 1356

Thanks for posting this. I grew up close to Death Valley, and this story gives me a mixture of nostalgia and envy. One must love a good mystery.


Deal with the devil/Demon contact Anonymous 1081[Reply]

How do you make a deal with the devil? And what sort of deals can you make? Does selling your soul mean you lose your ego or sense of self?

I came to the conclusion that if there is in fact a devil, I am guaranteed to go to hell. So why not? Only concerns are getting possessed and ripped off, or having some kind of sly genie trick happen with my wish.
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Anonymous 1168


Sorry for late reply anon, being possessed was also my biggest fear but I didn't get results of any kind and I'm glad that also meant no negatives. From what I understand it's EXTREMELY difficult to get possessed by spirits. I've used spells and gotten results but these were white magic and done with good intentions so there wouldn't be a chance of possession anyway.

Anonymous 1227


I've been studying old texts I found online, and I have decided I am going to try summoning a demon. There is a person in my life I want to take revenge against but I am unable to do so in any tangible way so I am hoping this will work. wish me luck.

Anonymous 1235

without long-term spiritual preparation it won't work, you'll see no effect during summoning and after - this is the best scenario. Or believe you "felt something" and loop in your own mind and feelings. The worst, you are going to be fucked by the spirit you are evoking. I do not reccomend evoking demons and other dark entities for the first time!

Anonymous 1241

How could I go about this in the long term?

Anonymous 1353

Love your enemies. Pray for those that persecute you. We are all connected even if we don't realize it. Any ill will, will hurt yourself as well. Do not be overcome with evil but overcome evil with good. Love mercy, and seek justice.


? Anonymous 1321[Reply]

Do any of you wish you could rape someone in hopes you'd feel in control again of something? I do. I doubt I'll ever be able to, because I hate hurting people and my stature can't easily overpower people.

But I can't help but feel envy towards my ex, who was sexually abused and also raped as an adult, who raped me. I bet it felt wonderful. Like he was able to affect my psyche in how his psyche was permanently altered. I myself have also been sexually abused as a child.i just hate feeling permanently affected in that way. I am scared of men, have awful dreams, and it feels like I'll never be able to move on. I am terrified that in my new relationship, I'll slip up and not be in control as much as I am now. I feel like men at their base level want to dominate, and I despise that and want to beat them down in their efforts to do that to me. But I know it'll never happen, I'm far too physically weak. I wish i could mar one of those fuckers and make them hurt every time they get reminded by something trace that is reminiscent of their experience with me.
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Anonymous 1323

Yeah, multiple times. He also filmed it. Sucks to suck.

I feel like a self-respecting guy wouldn't go for BDSM stuff. I would never want to be a sub given my experiences.

Anonymous 1324

I understand, and the answer is yes although I've never had such things happen (it was another type of trauma) I do have issues with men and control. Luckily I am quite large though so feel secure with small men.

I think other anon is right that maybe you'd be best off with a more submissive man? They certainly exist. You shouldn't feel pressured to be in a submissive position yourself, especially after what you've been through.

But overall, though I hate to say it, as it seems right now perhaps you're not ready for a new relationship. It's hurting you and you want to hurt others, so what benefit does it bring?

Anonymous 1327

This. Quit being obsessive, and get over it. Seek out some professional help, and put these horrible things behind you.

Anonymous 1333

You could probably drug people if you were worried about overpowering them.

Also I don't think this is paranormal or a mystery of any sort, but this board is dead as fuck anyway so who cares I guess.

Anonymous 1335

This is horrifying and makes me hate and fear you a bit, but that makes a good thread for here.


Mediums Anonymous 1317[Reply]

have you ever seen a psychic or medium who seemed real? what did they tell you?

I saw one last year who gave so much correct info including names and places. She told me stuff I couldn’t even confirm until I talked to my family. She also predicted when I’d meet my soulmate and gave me information about her life and experiences that I found out was all right

Anonymous 1318

I guess I’ll start it off

>right off the bat psychic says my dads name

>grandpa is looking after him and you
>says he was watching my last abusive relationship and he wouldn’t have let that happen
>grandpa says “being a hardass didn’t work”
>the only thing I know about him is that he was a hardass
>”there’s a Sarah or a Sylvia looking after you. She wants you to start cooking”
>later when going through a family cookbook that has family photos w my dad, he points out a woman named Sylvia
>”she was always, always cooking”
>unrelated but dad says she was so sweet and his favorite aunt so I’m glad she’s looking after me
>psychic says family wants to keep an Italian, country bloodline
>mentions farms in rural America (been in family for generations)
>psychic says my maternal great grandmother is looking after me
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Anonymous 1319

I’ve never had any experiences with psychics but my friend would religiously go to one. She would always call her during exam weeks to ask what she would get on exams and according to her, the psychic was always spot on. Anyway last semester her psychic told her she would get a grade on an exam that would give her an A (93 for our class) but she got a C on the exam which tugged her final grade down to a B and she almost had a breakdown. I don’t know if she’ll continue contacting the psychic, she’s a very consistent person so I can see her going back in the future.

Anonymous 1334

I went to a palm reader, but I suppose it isn't the same thing. Regardless, it was a waste of money. The woman was picking up on things I said and telling them back to me in a slightly different way, as if she had figured it out herself. She would pick up clues to my life and run with them. I honestly believe she wasn't so much a palm reader as she was a people reader.

It's interesting. She thought that I was intelligent and on my way to success due to the fact that I was dressed very nicely and that I was in college, but at the time I'd been failing every course and often wore the same clothes every single day beyond that particular day.


Anonymous 989[Reply]

Any experience with Angels?
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Anonymous 1219

I believe in angels and am non-religious.

Anonymous 1224

Yes, angels(angles) are the structural entities that maintain the angular composition of the omniverse. With the assistance of lesser entities, elves, gnomes, fey.

Anonymous 1244

Was reading for hours about angels in my bed, when i heard a voice saying “you are beautiful”

Anonymous 1315

What do you believe they are?

Anonymous 1316

>be me
>in hs, don’t believe in anything
>go to lake to sulk
>sky gets grey and yellowy
>heat lightning
>wtf I’m scared
>drive home
>almost get into bad wreck
>missed by a literal inch
>feel weirdly calm
>I’m never calm I’m edgy damaged teenager
>ask myself why am I so calm
>hear very clearly a voice in my head that isn’t mine
>”archangel Michael”
>yo what
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Creepy Encounters Anonymous 1287[Reply]

Have you ever had any creepy or weird encounters?

>spring of last year

>stayed at the library until night to study for finals
>walking across campus in the dark when two women start approaching me
>assume they're asking for directions so I stop to talk to them
>they ask if I'm a student
>"Did you know that god is a woman?"
>the other proceeds to pull out a bible and recite a passage near the end
>says it's proof that god is a woman
>start telling me all about their religion composed of women and start talking about how I should join it
>oh god is this a cult
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Anonymous 1300

Dolls? Why haven't you gtfo yet?

Anonymous 1301

I'm not scared of dolls personally. I owned porcelain ones as a girl and love puppets. They're neat. It's just the fact that it was dark and I was already uneasy that had me sweating.

Anonymous 1302


College campuses are so rife with weird people trying to get you to go places, it’s insane. We’ve had a similar group of women like this at my CC last year and they threaten to sue you if you go on social media asking about it.

Anonymous 1304

Seriously. What kind of city has a doll surplus?

Anonymous 1306

Old people have the weirdest shit, and they always refuse to part with it. I live in a dying town that's kept on life support by chemical plants and Wal-mart. Porcelain dolls (porcelain anything tbh) are common, among other junk old people want to be buried with like they're doing their best impression of the pharaohs.


Japanese Woman Kills Her Boyfriend Anonymous 1275[Reply]

Let's discuss whatever we can.
I found this topic interesting, but if it's redundant, I can understand, so I won't sperg over it being removed.
So far, I've heard she's gutted him too. People are saying she's gone yandere, but with my minimal knowledge in Nip, I can't tell really.
So in case anyone does know Nip, a quick rundown and perhaps a few more articles/news videos would be appreciated.
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Anonymous 1279

Didnt die

Anonymous 1280

>fucking crocs
he knew what was gonna happen

Anonymous 1281

He's not dead. The situation is almost comical and definitely disturbing, but I'm really frustrated with people drawing comparisons to her being a "yandere" and posting pictures of anime girls in threads about this- it comes off almost like romanticizing something that is obviously a severe mental health issue. I dunno, anons. I'm overreacting, but it's weird.

Anonymous 1286

Same. The first thing I thought of seeing this was (only half-jokingly) how much porn or fucked up fan art this would spawn. Girl needs help, honestly most Japanese people I've met needed severe psychological help in relation to glamorizing mental illness in the cringiest ways, though my experiences aren't an umbrella statement for the nation.

Anonymous 1291

This would have been another Nevada-tan phenomenon if it was more widely published. I agree that it's sick and perverted. There's being interested in true crime and such, and then there's… this.

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