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What happened to Jessica O'Grady?

19-year-old Jessica Jo O'Grady was last seen on May 10, 2006 between 10:45 and 11:15 p.m., wearing a pink shirt with a palm tree printed on it, blue jeans and flip flops. She left the apartment she had been sharing with two other friends in West Omaha, Nebraska. She had been planning to go to Christopher Edwards, one of her coworkers at the steak restaurant she had been working. Both had been seen flirting before and it was later confirmed that they had sexual intercourse on at least one occasion. Jessica allegedly wanted to confront Christopher with the fact that she might be pregnant by him. Just before midnight, Jessica made a call to Christopher – that was the last time she contacted someone. She left behind all her personal possessions and her beloved pet cat. One week after her disappearance, police questioned Edwards as he was the last person Jessica had contact to. Omaha Police eventually received permission to search his room at his aunts house. They found striking evidence that indicated that a crime had occured. Various items inside his bedroom had numerous stains of blood, including his office chair, quilt, comforter and his mattress, which had been soaked in blood. A black thrash bag was found in the garage, containing bloodstained towels. Stains on the ceiling had been covered with white paint bought by Christopher in a drugstore following Jessica’s disappearance. Investigators also searched for evidence inside his car and found several stains in the trunk. Christopher was arrested in the following month on suspicion for murder. Investigators believe Christopher murdered Jessica with a Bangkok battle sword due to the fact that Jessica’s blood was found on two swords. He was convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to 100 years to life in prison, but this isn’t the end of the story. One of the leading investigators, David Kofoed, was convicted in 2010 of tampering with evidence in another homicide case and sentenced to two years in prison. However, it was later ruled out that Kofoed had planted fake evidence in that case, simply because there isn’t any proof that confirms the allegations. As for today, Chrisopher still fails to provide information on the whereabouts of Jessica’s body and maintains his innocence.


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Dean Winchester

Originally posted by sensitivehandsomeactionman

Welcome to the Black Parade: My Chemical Romance | Had Enough: Breaking Benjamin | The High Road: Three Days Grace 

Sam Winchester

Originally posted by soluscheese

My Demons: Starset | Just Like You: Three Days Grace | Good Intentions: Dappy 

John Winchester

Originally posted by negandarylsatisfaction

Talking to the Moon: Bruno Mars | The Void: Andy Black | Crimson Day: Avenged Sevenfold 

Mary Winchester 

Originally posted by eternalwincest

Boats and Birds: Gregory and the Hawk | Safe and Sound: Taylor Swift | Proud Mary: Tina Turner 

Adam Winchester

Originally posted by pierce-my-panic

Missing: Evanescence | Is Anybody Out There?: Madilyn Bailey & Corey Gray | Adam’s Song: Blink 182 

Bobby Singer

Originally posted by fuck-misha

Life is a Highway: Rascal Flatts | You’re the Best Around: Joe Esposito | Let Them Be Little: Billy Dean 

Ellen Harville

Originally posted by saintmichaelthearchangel-moved

Not Ready to Make Nice: Dixie Chicks | I Will Follow You Into The Dark: Death Cab For Cutie | Beam Me Up: Pink 

Jo Harville

Originally posted by doomedbrothers

Amsterdam: Imagine Dragons | Awake and Alive: Skillet | Cry: Rihanna 


Originally posted by tywinmademedoit

How You Remind Me: Nickelback | Viva La Vida: Coldplay | Break Your Halo: Andy Black (Biersack) 

Charlie Bradbury 

Originally posted by shancisco

Secrets: One Republic | Kings and Queens: 30 Seconds to Mars | Walking on Sunshine: Katrina and The Waves 


Originally posted by hallowedbecastiel

Whiskey Lullaby: Janet Devin | On My Own: Ashes Remain | Savin’ Me: Nickelback 

Jessica Moore 

Originally posted by wehunt-monsters-whatthehell

Russian Roulette: Rihanna | If I Die Young: The Band PerryI Will Always Love You: Whitney Houston


Originally posted by subcas

Troublemaker: Olly Murs ft. Flo Rida | How to be a Heartbreaker: MATD | Never Close Our Eyes: Adam Lambert


Originally posted by timetraveldean

Raise your Glass: Pink | Behind Blue Eyes: Limp Bizkit | Drown Me Out : Andy Black (Biersack)

Supernatural has a lady problem, part one

So, “There’s Something About Mary” made me start thinking long and hard about the pattern of how women are treated on Supernatural. I say this as a fan. For the most part, I enjoy the show. I love the characters of Sam and Dean Winchester. But, on the whole, the writers have shown that they’re pretty willing to sacrifice the female characters (and some male characters) for the sole purpose of getting an emotional response from the leads. This is my type ranting.  

I’m staring out with Jessica, Jo, and Lisa. Charlie, Abbadon, and Eileen will be covered in future writing, when I am able to craft a more coherent piece.

Jessica Moore

Originally posted by coltsandquills

We never actually got to know much about Jess other than a peak at an idealized, sexy girl-next-door type who was encouraging her man. I suppose if Sam is going to hit the road and have no ties to anything, he needs a motivation. Not to mention, if he up and disappears, someone is going to notice. Nice clean solution: let’s burn Jess on the ceiling a la Mary. Very neat indeed.

Let’s not mention that she’s trotted out to further his guilt—especially by Lucifer when he’s trying to convince Sam to be his vessel. She’s not a character; she is a plot device that the writers pull out when they need Sam to react emotionally.

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Fuck it.
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Supernatural has a lady problem

That moment when you start typing an analysis of the fate of the Supernatural ladies and you realize that you’re possibly going to write something the length of the Bible. 

Fuck you, Bucklemming. Fuck you.

I did it. Here is post one of the numerous times Supernatural has had lady problems. 


Some of the actresses of Asian descent suggested for Jessica Jones, inspired by localgaysian’s Asian Jessica Jones concept. Asian representation in the MCU has been abysmal and the show is very white feminist oriented so not only would Jessica being Asian allow for a flawed and complicated Asian female lead, but it would also be a way of subverting the submissive Asian woman stereotype.

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'Grey's Anatomy' Star Jessica Capshaw Teases Gritty Bottle Episode | EW

During Grey’s Anatomy‘s winter premiere, the trio is called to a maximum security women’s prison to treat a violent 16-year-old pregnant prisoner. Confined to the halls of this underfunded and dangerous ward, Bailey (Chandra Wilson), Jo (Camilla Luddington), and Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) must navigate this bleak glimpse into the prison system, where the entire episode is set — you won’t see Grey Sloan or any of the other doctors throughout.

“When we sat down for the table read, we knew it was going to be a bit different because it’s primarily Chandra, Camilla, and I,” Capshaw tells EW. “I don’t think anyone knew what to expect, so there was a different kind of anticipation and excitement about reading it.”

However, excitement turned to anxiety once it became clear that this prison isn’t a safe place for the trio. “[We were] feeling like inevitably, because it’s Grey’s, something big is going to have to happen,” Capshaw says. “Every time we turned a page or went down a hallway or got frisked by a security guard, we were all waiting for the other shoe to drop. It felt like the Silence of the Lambs episode. It felt like something was just going to jump out at us. It was really, really fun in a different way to feel excited and anxious in that way.”

Production on the episode was also a new experience as the trio spent a lot of time together. “I think we’re all in almost every single scene,” Capshaw says. “It actually fell on my daughter’s sixth birthday, so my daughter celebrated her birthday on the set of Grey’s Anatomy in my trailer; we had a trailer party.”

“We worked really, really hard,” Capshaw continues. “It’s in the prison and it’s a little bit grittier and there’s a lot more anticipation, you’re just not sure what’s going to happen. The character that we go to help, we’re not really sure what she’s in there for or if she’s dangerous. She certainly doesn’t look dangerous, but is she dangerous? It was really fun to do because it felt like still Grey’s Anatomy, but an extension or segue that felt unexpected.”