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Top 10 Videos Of Convicts Freaking Out After Being Sentenced To Prison

September 26, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: List |

A 19-year-old convicted killer flew into a rage in a Houston courtroom after a Harris County jury sentenced him to death.

Dexter Johnson was one of five men who carjacked 23-year-old Maria Aparece and her boyfriend Huy Ngo as they sat in their chatting on a summer night more than ten years ago. Prosecutors during his trial alleged Johnson had “fun” when he and his friends carjacked the couple and drove them around town demanding money, credit cards and ATM access. 

Then, they parked near a patch of thick woods and forced Ngo to listen as Johnson raped Aparece in the backseat.  Afterward, Johnson shot Ngo in the side of the head execution-style before slaughtering Aparece with a shot to the top of the head.

 

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The 10 Most Deadliest Mafia Hitmen

September 18, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: List |

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By Chris Barker

Sometimes, even the Mafia needs a little extra assistance. When things get messy, the notorious criminal organization has an utterly ruthless and deranged clean-up crew of paid assassins on standby. Whether they need to violently send out a message, or subtly whack a rival with minimum repercussions, the Mob can turn to any number of cold-blooded career professionals. These contract killers are a law enforcement officer’s nightmare – and case studies for criminal justice experts.

It’s an odd profession, killing for a living. Career prerequisites include ruthlessness, aggression, and an icy sense of emotional detachment. And if the cases that follow are anything to go by, some kind of psychological imbalance probably helps as well. The infamous killers on this list plied their trade with the kind of fervor and dedication that might have earned them a golden handshake had their chosen careers been above board. Read on for the 10 most dangerous mafia hitmen in history.

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The 10 Greatest Diss Tracks In Hip Hop History

February 22, 2016 | 2 Comments » | Topics: List |

Eminem – The Warning

Target : Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon

Like I’mma sit and fight with you over some slut bitch cunt/That made me put up with her psycho ass over six months/And only spread her legs to let me hit once

 

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10 Tragic Stories Of Boxers Who Died In The Ring

February 9, 2016 | No Comments » | Topics: List, main, Sports |

Duk Koo Kim

A superstar in South Korea, Kim had risen all the way to number one lightweight contender and earned a world title shot against the famed Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini on November 13, 1982.  The bout was extremely brutal, especially for Kim, who had begun to wear down in the latter rounds after absorbing tremendous punishment from the champion.  In the early part of the 14th round Mancini hit Kim with a crushing right hand that caused him to fly toward the ropes and hit his head on the canvas.

Kim managed to rise but the referee stopped the fight.  Minutes later Duk Koo Kim collapsed into a coma and was carried out of the ring and taken directly to the hospital.  Tragically the Korean star died 4 days later from severe brain trauma.  Out of the hundreds of recorded ring fatalities Kim’s death was one of the saddest.  Kim’s opponent Ray Mancini would never again be the same caliber fighter and it was widely reported that he blamed himself for Kim’s death. Kim’s mother committed suicide three months after her son’s death by drinking a bottle of pesticide.  The bout’s referee Richard Green, consumed by guilt, also committed suicide shortly after the fight.

 

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12 Most WTF TV Series Finales

December 9, 2015 | 2 Comments » | Topics: List |

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In the series finale, all hope of an episode of reminiscing about the humor that made the series a hit was stripped away – as viewers got to watch Earl Sinclair bring about the end of the Dinosaurs by poisoning the world’s plant life and subsequently blocking out the sun. The result of which was global temperatures dropping well below freezing and the imminent extinction of every living thing on the planet.

While every adult watching knew what was happening, their children may have been somewhat oblivious. Luckily, the writers made time in the finale’s last moments to bring everyone in the know as Earl has to explain to Baby Sinclair how there’s no place for them to go and that he’s sorry for killing them all.

This episode was so WTF that TV Guide had to include a special warning that the subject matter in this episode might “frighten or disturb younger viewers.” You know, because children aren’t really used to watching their favorite characters – who were marketed to kids in the form of music videos and stuffed animals – dying a slow death.

 

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10 Of The Most Creepiest Sounds Ever Recorded

December 7, 2015 | 6 Comments » | Topics: List |

The Wandering Soul

“Ghost Tape Number 10” was an audio mix the US military used for psychological operations in the Vietnam War against the North Vietnamese. It played deeply on the Vietnamese belief of ancestor worship, spirits and the afterlife.The Wandering Soul was played on loudspeakers installed on helicopters, PCF boats or by infiltrating infantry ‘loudspeaker teams’ on known enemy areas usually at night deep within the jungle. It exploited the Buddhist belief that once a person dies, his body must be buried in the family plot or his soul will wander aimlessly. 

 

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The 10 Greatest Wrestlers On The Mic Of All Time

September 17, 2015 | 3 Comments » | Topics: List |


10. Macho Man Randy Savage

Few men in the wrestling business have been more iconic, entertaining and colourful than the “Macho Man” Randy Savage.

His distinctive voice made him an obvious choice as the star of the legendary “Slim Jim” commercials that made Savage’s name synonymous with pop culture.

His heel promos as the Intercontinental Champion first brought Savage to the light as a major singles star.

A large part of the success of the Hogan-Savage feud was down to the intensity that the “Macho Man” showed on the microphone.

It was his natural charisma and clear mic skills that led to him becoming a valued member of the announce team in the twilight of his WWF career. 

Few men in the wrestling business have been more iconic, entertaining and colourful than the “Macho Man” Randy Savage.

His distinctive voice made him an obvious choice as the star of the legendary “Slim Jim” commercials that made Savage’s name synonymous with pop culture.

His heel promos as the Intercontinental Champion first brought Savage to the light as a major singles star.

A large part of the success of the Hogan-Savage feud was down to the intensity that the “Macho Man” showed on the microphone.

It was his natural charisma and clear mic skills that led to him becoming a valued member of the announce team in the twilight of his WWF career. 

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13 Creepy And Disturbing Wikipedia Entries That Will Keep You Up At Night

September 15, 2015 | 1 Comment » | Topics: List |

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Murder of Junko Furuta

This is also known as the “Concrete-encased high school girl murder case.” The Wikipedia article basically tells the real life story of a 17 year old Japanese girl who was abducted and held for over 40 days while being tortured. You will call your mom just to tell her you love her after reading this.

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10 Graphic Novels You Need To Read Before You Die

September 14, 2015 | 3 Comments » | Topics: List |

No. Not the movie starring Johnny Depp, which is an insult to the genius that is From Hell. Alan Moore is the most iconic writer that’s ever walked the face of the planet. He is considered the father of the graphic novels genre and is unsurpassed to date. From Hell chronicles the tale of Jack the Ripper. There has been many a book about the infamous serial killer, but this one is different. It explores the world through the eyes of ripper himself, and jumps to everyone who’s affected by him. Moore creates complex characters and sets them in gritty, unapologetic, uncensored London. He also draws in the major writers of that era and the political scenario. Grotesquely beautiful, a must read.

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The 10 Best Twilight Zone Episodes

March 30, 2015 | 11 Comments » | Topics: Hall Of Fame, List |

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10. Five Characters in Search of an Exit

It sounds like the start of a bad joke: an army major wakes up in a metal cylinder and meets a hobo, a ballet dancer, a bagpiper, and a clown. Things are never quite as they seem in The Twilight Zone, and there aren’t a lot of laughs to be found in this premise.

Instead, these five characters trapped in a strange tube seek to not only escape, but also figure out where they are. The results are as surprising as you’d expect given the history of the show. This was season three’s Christmas episode, but hardly filled with mirth and good cheer. It did inspire Vincenzo Natali’s cult classic film Cube

 

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9. It’s A Good Life

The fantasy of every child — to have unlimited power against grown-ups — is made horrifyingly real in 1961’s “It’s a Good Life.” Bill Mumy plays six-year-old Anthony Freemont, a boy with incredible psychic powers who holds everyone around him hostage. It’s sort of like Game of Thrones, if little King Joffrey could simply think you out of existence for displeasing him. The adults tiptoe around the kid, but it never really matters, because he’s six, and six-year-olds aren’t particularly rational in the first place. That ever-present sense of menace exuded from the adorable face of Mumy is what makes things work. Like “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet,” the episode was remade for the Twilight Zone movie. It also got a sequel in the 2002 Twilight Zone revival series, entitled “It’s Still a Good Life,” wherein Anthony is now a grown-up and his daughter has inherited his abilities. Bill Mumy and Chloris Leachman reprise their original roles, and Mumy’s real-life daughter serves as the story’s new tyrant.

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