Total Lunar Eclipse (April 15, 2014) | Matthew Crowley
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Blood moon eclipse! SO FUCKING COOL
Tom’s Treehouse is an impressive three-story treehouse that was completed in 2011 and built for free by the talented and generous friends of couple Tereasa Surratt and David Hernandez. They used their combined skills of carpentry, roofing, and design to create a beautiful and touching tribute to Surratt’s’ father, who passed away shortly after the couple bought the property.
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polymer clay, amethyst
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Elizibeth Short (top), better known as The Black Dahlia, was arrested in 1943 for underage drinking in Santa Barbara. Born in Medford, MA, in 1924, Short spent her time after high school criss-crossing the country, eventually settling in Hollywood with predictably unrequited starlet-type aspirations. This aimless young lady came to national attention on 15 January 1947, after a stroller-pushing mother discovered her torn body in a vacant lot, torso cut in two and drained of its blood, a chunk of flesh taken from her leg and stuffed up her genitals, her hair freshly shampooed and still wet.
I did a speech on her in speech and debate, alt schools are cool
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viα aezazleza: Naga headhunted skulls with horns (Trophy Skulls)
Headhunting is the practice of taking and preserving a person’s head after killing them. The Dayak, Ifugao and Nagas collected human skulls, but only the Naga tribe, from Nagaland attached animal horns to the skulls of their headhunted victims.
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