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Girl graduates in front of her terminally ill mother.


Two friends posted this selfie on Facebook. Later that night the girl on the left strangled her friend with the belt she is wearing in the photo.

Cheyenne Antoine claims she has no memory of strangling her friend Brittney Gargol after a night of heavy drinking. However, Gargol’s body was found next to the belt Antoine is wearing in this photo. Antoine pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was sentenced to seven years in prison.


Two stories, one picture, three years apart


“The Boy with the Henna Tattoo” documentary about two Australian men that traveled with their adopted son for him to be sexually abused by men all over the world.


“This was where our house was, the body may be that of my mother.” Chieko Ryu – Nagasaki, Japan 1945


Korean YouTuber Posts One Last Goodbye to Fans Before Dying of Cancer

“How are you, everyone?” “It became hot all of a sudden. These days, I think that I’m almost there. Fighting this disease has been difficult so my heart is light now. I wanted to greet everyone with a pretty face after discharging, but I am squeezing every last bit of energy out to give this update.”

“I have a lot of troubles and a lot of problems, but I always want to be positive and happy,”


In the past, arranged photos of dead people were common as momentos of the beloved dead ones, this girl was put with the dolls she used to play with when alive.


Anne Faber sent this selfie to her boyfriend only a few minutes before being abducted and murdered.

Anne was out on a bike ride by herself when she got caught in the rain. She sent a selfie to her boyfriend to show him. Her body was found two weeks later in the woods.


The words of the first victim of the NZ Christchurch shooting


Col. Paul W. Tibbets, Jr., pilot of the ENOLA GAY, waves from his cockpit before takeoff to Hiroshima, August 6, 1945


View of the Las Vegas Village from room 32-135


Channel surfing on September 11, 2001


The New York Times 05-24-20, is just a page full of the names of people who died from coronavirus (click to zoom in)


Rachel Scott and Nick Baumgart on prom night, 1999. Rachel, 17 at the time – was shot and killed two days later at Columbine High School.


In 2014, a 16 year old was killed in Sweden and the murderer wasn’t caught until 3 years later. The murderer turned out to be one of the victim’s closest friend’s. Here he is by the victim’s graveyard shortly after the murder

The murderer even posted on the victim’s memorial page several times.

“Dear little brother, I know I don’t post here a lot but I can’t believe it’s true, I just want it to be a dream, miss you so much. You were always there for me when I needed help or was sad. I remember when we played for [club] and then we had a game the same weekend and we went together and had so much fun. We beat them all, no one stood a chance against us two.

Albin (victim’s name), I miss the times with you so much, no one can replace a little brother like you. I cry myself to sleep and everything seems surreal, I can’t believe this happened to you! :'(

Trying to fool myself that you’ve moved to a sunny place and that you’re having a great time. :'(


Please come back. <3 <3 <3 :'(

And I’m so proud of your mom who is so strong, plenty of hugs to her and Albin I will always be there for her and if she want’s comfort I’ll always help her. [her name] <3 <3 <3″


This is the photo of Travis Alexander right before Jodi Arias murdered him. She showed up, they fooled around, hopped in the shower where she took a bunch of photos of him. She snapped this photo and then killed him right after.


Seconds after taking this selfie, these teenage girls were hit and killed by the train in the background.

Essa, Kelsea, and Savannah were taking photos on a railroad track when they heard a train approaching. They got out of the way, but didn’t realize there was another train approaching from the opposite direction. The train operator saw the girls and tried to signal to them to get off the tracks, but couldn’t stop in time.


This photo of a starving child in Sudan, next to a vulture getting ready to eat him, earned the photographer a Pulitzer Prize. The photographer took his own life just 3 months later.

Portions of Kevin Carter’s suicide note read:

I’m really, really sorry. The pain of life overrides the joy to the point that joy does not exist. …depressed … without phone … money for rent … money for child support … money for debts … money!!! … I am haunted by the vivid memories of killings & corpses & anger & pain … of starving or wounded children, of trigger-happy madmen, often police, of killer executioners … I have gone to join Ken if I am that lucky.


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