Collection of Tattooed Human Skins

Dr. Masaichi Fukushi was a medical pathologist born in 1878 who, because of his study of signs (such as warts and blemishes) on human skin in 1907, became interested in the tattoo by discovering that it was possible to more easily compare movement of the pigment of the signals by means of the study of the movement of the pigment applied in... Continue Reading →

Wineville Chicken Coop Murders

There is so much buzz surrounding the Wineville Chicken Coop Murders, due to the recent release of “Changeling“. I first heard about this part of my local history from my oldest friend.  We were transplants into the area from Los Angeles originally, so we didn’t know the area too well.  She came home from school one... Continue Reading →

Silent Hill Requiem – Movie Review

Silent Hill Requiem is an independent film written and directed by Gareth Morgan of Zenithfilms. The story is about how the “Otherworld”, a fog-filled nightmare realm that judges the guilty of their sins, has broken free of its boundaries in Silent Hill and is now infecting the entire planet. Now an unknown force has brought... Continue Reading →

The Povolzhye Famine & Cannibalism – 1921-1922

The despair of Russian peasants facing starvation during a famine that spirited away the country in the years after the revolution is revealed by these haunting pictures of human heads for sale. More than five million people died during the cataclysm, which began in 1921, and lasted through 1922. Russian communist revolutionary Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known as... Continue Reading →

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