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THIS IS THE BEST FREAKING SCARY STORY THAT IS NOT FROM CREEPYPASTA. I'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS STORY FOR MONTHS NOW SO I COULD PIN IT. SOOOOOOO HAPPY!!!!!!!

THIS IS THE BEST FREAKING SCARY STORY THAT IS NOT FROM CREEPYPASTA. I'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS STORY FOR MONTHS NOW SO I COULD PIN IT. SOOOOOOO HAPPY!!!!!!!

17 Haunting Post-Mortem Photographs From The 1800s

17 Haunting Post-Mortem Photographs From The 1800s

Lassie - Animal Actor. Lassie I who's real name was Pal, was trained by animal breeder Rudd Weatherwax. He obtained Pal from a friend as an owed debt. Pal went onto appear as Lassie in the film "Lassie Come Home" in 1943, and the television series, "Lassie" from 1954 to 1974. In all there have been 9 Lassies, in over 50 years, all from the same family. His son Robert continues the tradition of training the dogs.

Lassie - Animal Actor. Lassie I who's real name was Pal, was trained by animal breeder Rudd Weatherwax. He obtained Pal from a friend as an owed debt. Pal went onto appear as Lassie in the film "Lassie Come Home" in 1943, and the television series, "Lassie" from 1954 to 1974. In all there have been 9 Lassies, in over 50 years, all from the same family. His son Robert continues the tradition of training the dogs.

Automobile accident, 1945...this is really creepy

Automobile accident, 1945...this is really creepy

A couple of years ago, after viewing a gravestone on a visit to the Salt Lake Cemetery, I was compelled to begin an investigation, in hopes of uncovering the ultimate meaning of a very ominous and enigmatic phrase, Victim of the Beast 666. The phrase is on the stone of a woman named Lilly E. Gray, born June 6, 1881, died November 14, 1958. Some cursory online research revealed only a few clues about Lilly; discrepancies regarding the spelling of her name, birth and death dates; th…

A couple of years ago, after viewing a gravestone on a visit to the Salt Lake Cemetery, I was compelled to begin an investigation, in hopes of uncovering the ultimate meaning of a very ominous and enigmatic phrase, Victim of the Beast 666. The phrase is on the stone of a woman named Lilly E. Gray, born June 6, 1881, died November 14, 1958. Some cursory online research revealed only a few clues about Lilly; discrepancies regarding the spelling of her name, birth and death dates; th…

Our non-fashiony must have for summer? A seriously cute retro bike of course!

Our non-fashiony must have for summer? A seriously cute retro bike of course!

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