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  3. sinnerman13:

    Vampira with Satan’s Cheerleaders- Genocide Utopia

    Vampira sang on/fronted two different 45’s with the band Satan’s Cheerleaders in 1987,

    http://www.discogs.com/artist/975307-Vampira

     
     
  4. goregirlsdungeon:

    THE HONEYMOON KILLERS (1969) directed by Leonard Kastle 

    Brilliant film…read my review here

    (Source: coitusandcarnage, via vigorton2)

     
  5. Luke Dwyer | posted by moshita.org
    Luke Dwyer | posted by moshita.org
    Luke Dwyer | posted by moshita.org
    Luke Dwyer | posted by moshita.org
    Luke Dwyer | posted by moshita.org
    Luke Dwyer | posted by moshita.org

    moshita:

    3D Skull Art

    Luke Dwyer

    (via skarrification)

     
  6. malformalady:

    Outline of a cat’s death

     
  7. latenightalaska:

    mightymaura:

    Clint Malarchuk mere moments after having his jugular vein severed during a game on March 22, 1989. The wound was closed after 300 stitches and he avoided becoming the third NHL player to die from an in-game injury

    One of the trainers had been a medic in Vietnam, and was able to hold his jugular closed until he could receive treatment.

    Easily the most intense moment in sports history.

    hockey tho

    (Source: triggerpost, via formaldehydeandcoffee)

     
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  9. pulpcovers:

    Suds, Sex & Slaughter http://bit.ly/15weIxU

    (via sincity65)

     
  10. theclearlydope:

    WORTH SEEING: Falling rocks are real, folks. REAL!

    hypervocal:

    Poop, meet pants.

     
     
  11. vile-grotesque:

    Some medical oddities at the Museum of Osteology

    (via fuckyeahforensics)

     
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  13. C-47 Dakota Airplane Wreck by Rico Besserdich | Posted by CJWHO.com
    C-47 Dakota Airplane Wreck by Rico Besserdich | Posted by CJWHO.com
    C-47 Dakota Airplane Wreck by Rico Besserdich | Posted by CJWHO.com

    cjwho:

    C-47 Dakota Airplane Wreck by Rico Besserdich

    C-47 Dakota Airplane was intentionally sunken under the “Karaada Artificial Reefs Project” in order to create a new diving point for the divers. It was used as a debarkation plane by the Turkish Air Force until it was sunken on 1st of July 2008.

    Equipped with two propellers, the plane by the effects of storms and currents glided down to its present depth. Meanwhile the broken propeller is being located between the cockpit and the shore.

    It is not recommended diving inside of the plane which is 19.5 meters long and has 29 meters wing width, because of the instable structure and a lot of stuff dangling around.

    But can find it at:

    GPS - coordinates:
    Width 36° 10.67’
    Height 29° 38.61’
    Maximum depth: 22

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    (via marcelgomes)

     
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  15. Voodoo

    (Source: m-ulholland, via adambadam)