familial homicide

anonymous asked:

Do the creepies have any weird habits (besides killing) or guilty pleasures?

I’ve already answered habits so I’ll do guilty pleasures!

Jeff: He freaking loves Powdered Donets!

BEN: Secretly loves Gravity Falls and watches it all the time

Toby: Red Bull and other energy drinks

Masky: Secretly loves Michael Jackson

Hoodie: Surprisingly loves breakfast foods

EJ: Any type of scented candles

LJ: Loves vegetables but keeps it a secret to keep up his ‘image’

Jane: Slut for the color pink

Sally: Really enjoys coffee for some reason

Clockwork: REALLY enjoys PewDiePie

Slenderman: The smell of tea

Homicidal Liu: Nilla Wafers

We’re told, everybody, that all things are bad. Bad is not good and good is not bad. Bad and good go together. You have to accept one to understand the other. You’ve got to accept yourself as God. You’ve got to realize you’re just the devil just as much as you’re God, that you’re everything and you’re nothing at all” -Charles Manson

katethechaser-milens  asked:

What are all of their favorite bands?

Jeff: Doesn’t have one because he can’t choose

BEN: Pentatonix

Toby: Green Day

Masky: Queen

Hoodie: The Beatles

EJ: The Rolling Stones

LJ: Doesn’t have one…

Jane: Hollywood Undead

Clockwork: Fifth Harmony

Sally: Maroon 5

Slenderman: Doesn’t have one

Homicidal Liu: Twenty One Pilots

When someone says that they are obsessed with Jerome Valeska

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The Death of Kendrick Johnson

On January 11th, 2013, Kendrick Johnson’s body was discovered inside a rolled up wrestling mat in the gymnasium of Lowndes High School, Georgia. He was found in an inverted position, head-first, upside down.

Investigators ruled Johnson’s death as an accident, theorizing that he became trapped in the mat while reaching for a pair of sneakers and died from asphyxiation. However, his parents are convinced that he was killed, and they even named suspects in a civil lawsuit.

At the request of the family, Kendrick’s body was exhumed and another autopsy performed, which found that the teen died of “unexplained, apparent non-accidental blunt force trauma,” not from asphyxiation. It was also revealed that his body had been stuffed with newspaper where his organs should have been.

Johnson’s parents filed a $100 million dollar lawsuit against local and state officials in January 2015. The suit named Johnson’s former schoolmates Branden Bell, Brian Bell and their father, FBI Special Agent Rick Bell, as defendants of a wrongful death claim. However, the lawsuit has since been dismissed by a federal judge.