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haitian-sensati0n:

This made my night
lmaoooooo

Lmfaooo this baby

I tap out.

Best

I’m counting on somebody using this gif tomorrow.

bleue-elefant:

babycakesbriauna:

loveistheessenceoflife:

sourcedumal:

haitian-sensati0n:

This made my night

lmaoooooo

Lmfaooo this baby

I tap out.

Best

I’m counting on somebody using this gif tomorrow.

uglygirlsclub:

i keep going back to look at this

uglygirlsclub:

i keep going back to look at this


The Webster Culling
The Webster family moved into their new home in early December 1964.
Mike Webster, 32.
Meryl Webster, 23.
Katrina Webster, 8.
Kaylee Webster, 7.
Charlie Webster, 5.
Two days after move-in, both girls started reported strange things to their parents. They said that their brother Charlie was speaking in his sleep about a man that lived in the toy chest.
The toy chest was actually an old trunk that the Webster’s picked up at a flea market and converted into a toy chest.
Meryl asked Charlie about the man in the toy chest the next day at breakfast.
"Hammer and nails," Charlie answered.
When asked again, it was the only thing that he would answer about the man in the toy chest.
After several days, it became the only thing that Charlie would say at all.
"Hammer and nails," Charlie would mutter in response to being asked what he wanted for breakfast. "Hammer and nails."
Fourteen nights after moving into the new house, Mike and Meryl awoke to the screams of all three children. Both parents rushed down the short hallway to the children’s room. When Mike tried to turn on the light, it wouldn’t turn on.
Both Webster parents swear that they heard a deep voice whisper, “Hammered and nailed.” 
The overhead light flickered once and then came on. The scene in the picture is what greeted the Websters that early morning in 1964.
What they were actually looking at became a police mystery that still has not been solved to this day.
The above picture was taken at the crime scene. Note the hammer on top of the toy chest. This hammer appears nowhere on the evidence list and neither the Websters nor any of the police that responded to the call remember it being there.
Although all three children were hung, that wasn’t the cause of death. The cause of death was a nail that had been hammered through the back of each child’s skull.
The boy at the far right of the frame is Charlie, and this is where the mystery gets even deeper.
The two girls on the left are not the Webster girls. The Webster girls disappeared that night and the two unidentified girls were killed in the bedroom.
The Webster girls have never been found, and the two dead girls that appeared in the Webster house have never been identified.

The Webster Culling

The Webster family moved into their new home in early December 1964.

Mike Webster, 32.

Meryl Webster, 23.

Katrina Webster, 8.

Kaylee Webster, 7.

Charlie Webster, 5.

Two days after move-in, both girls started reported strange things to their parents. They said that their brother Charlie was speaking in his sleep about a man that lived in the toy chest.

The toy chest was actually an old trunk that the Webster’s picked up at a flea market and converted into a toy chest.

Meryl asked Charlie about the man in the toy chest the next day at breakfast.

"Hammer and nails," Charlie answered.

When asked again, it was the only thing that he would answer about the man in the toy chest.

After several days, it became the only thing that Charlie would say at all.

"Hammer and nails," Charlie would mutter in response to being asked what he wanted for breakfast. "Hammer and nails."

Fourteen nights after moving into the new house, Mike and Meryl awoke to the screams of all three children. Both parents rushed down the short hallway to the children’s room. When Mike tried to turn on the light, it wouldn’t turn on.

Both Webster parents swear that they heard a deep voice whisper, “Hammered and nailed.” 

The overhead light flickered once and then came on. The scene in the picture is what greeted the Websters that early morning in 1964.

What they were actually looking at became a police mystery that still has not been solved to this day.

The above picture was taken at the crime scene. Note the hammer on top of the toy chest. This hammer appears nowhere on the evidence list and neither the Websters nor any of the police that responded to the call remember it being there.

Although all three children were hung, that wasn’t the cause of death. The cause of death was a nail that had been hammered through the back of each child’s skull.

The boy at the far right of the frame is Charlie, and this is where the mystery gets even deeper.

The two girls on the left are not the Webster girls. The Webster girls disappeared that night and the two unidentified girls were killed in the bedroom.

The Webster girls have never been found, and the two dead girls that appeared in the Webster house have never been identified.

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Sniper prank (illegal, don’t try this at home).

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Sniper prank (illegal, don’t try this at home).

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illkim:

I’ve been laughing at this for 3 days

what happened

castielcampbell:

sexalecki:

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fororchestra:

40 year old woman, born deaf, hears for the first time

this is wild

im just imagining her listening to music for the first time and oh my god

someone give this woman a fucking HUG already!!!

icarly-official:

the pioneers used to ride these babies for miles!

icarly-official:

the pioneers used to ride these babies for miles!

guy:

rare photo of a cock on a pussy on a bitch on an ass

guy:

rare photo of a cock on a pussy on a bitch on an ass