Un Castello in piedi in una terra congelata, il Mogeko Cremlino.

Il signore del castello, Generale Mogekov Hashasky, è stato fatto prigioniero di un certo “individuo”,

Determinati a salvare il loro generale, i suoi subordinati sono andati in suo soccorso…


Titolo: La Grande Avventura del Generale Hashasky

Genere: Avventura Gelata

Valutazione: R-15

Tempo di gioco: ? ore

Data d’uscita: Pianificato per il 2015-2016

Descrizione: Questo gioco contiene una vasta gamma di violenza e di altre cose morbose.


La strage di Erba - Erba Massacre

Erba, Italy
11 December 2006, it’s 20:20.
The top floor of a house is on flames, two neightbours run inside in order to help. They find the door open and a man on the floor who is alive but unable to speak. His name is Mario Frigerio, has his throat open but he keeps pointing at the top floor from which screams can be heard.
One of these people happens to be a firefighter but on the stairs he can’t overcome the smoke and fire wihout any protection.
There’s a woman who screems for help but the two neightbours have to leave the apartment and call the emergency. The woman will soon stop screaming.

Once firefighters and police arrived what they find is a gruesome crime scene. Four bodies and a survivor who is taken and brought to the hospital of Como. He survived the cut on his troath thanks to a malformation of his carotid which allowed not to bleed to death.

The victims are Raffaella Castagna (30), her son Youssef Marzouk (2), her mother Paola Galli (60) and survivor’s wife and neightbour Valeria Cherubini (55). All were stabbed to death and their throaths opened.

This case is very controverse. The first suspect is Raffaella’s tunisian husband Azouz Marzouk. The community is shaken and strongly believe in this solution, north-africans were never tollerated and racist hate spread.
What’s certain though is that Azouz on 11/20 was in Tunisia and he had to come back to Italy to know about the brutal massacre of his family.

Two days after, the survivor who had to undergo a series of surgeries is interviewed by carabinieri (italian police) to describe who attacked him.

His wispering voice says: “He was black, strong, he had a great amount of dark hair

Officer: “Have you ever seen this man?”

Survivor: “No never”

An officer is appointee to question friends, family, neightbours of the victims. A couple of neightbours Olindo Romano and Rosa Bazzi are well known for the bad blood between them and Castagna family. Soon after the massacre they show no interest and this makes police suspicious. Investigators notice bruises on Olindo’s arms and a cut on Rosa’s finger and these can be taken for defensive wounds.
Olindo and Rosa say that on the 11th they went to Como and they ate at McDonald’s and showed a bill to prove it without that anybody had asked about it and this made investigators even more suspicious. Also, the hour on the bill was 22:22, two hours after the massacre.

Someone from the Carabinieri force inteview again the survivor and this time the officer talks about Olindo Romano (who meanwhile became a sort of suspect with his wife) and the survivor’s starts crying.

Apparently the killer is someone who he’d known at least for 7 years and didn’t recognise on 11th because he was shocked.

The story gets even more weird.
A stain of blood is found on Olindo’s car by the RIS of Parma (literally: Unit of Scientific Investigations of Parma). This stain is considered to be untouched and it was placed it before all investigations startet but instead there are prooves that an officer entered the car and might have left it there.
No more stains or prooves against Olindo and Rosa are found. All in their house is clean and in the apartment where the massacre took place no fingerprints are found.

Rosa’s family reveal that she had a troubled youth and was raped at 15 years old and never helped recovery. As far as her relationship with Olindo it was morbose and both had they’re everything in one another without any close relative or friend. Both uneducated, nearly illiterate, shy and socially awkward.
In 2005 during new year’s eve Raffaella Castagna was attacked by the couple who thought her family was doing too much noise. Civil action was taken and within few days after the massacre the two families had to attend in court.

On the 11th of January 2007 Olindo and Rosa confess to the murder.

Both say that their partner had nothing to do with it. Olindo is known to have read all the proceedings but Rosa is illiterate and can’t confess, her story will result full of logic errors.
They both will withdrew saying those confession had been extorted. They’re behaviour is really strage, in court they laugh and talk to one another without caring about the situation. They look as if they are somewhere else.
Olindo will confess four times and after that he still will professes his and his wife’s innocence.

Despite everything, on the 3rd May 2011 both are sentenced to life in prison.

This case is one of the most absurd cases with the craziest ending. In 2012 Azouz Marzouk in a spontaneous inteview said “Olindo and Rosa, they are innocent. I’ll fight for them” since than lawyers ask the review of the process.

“No wealth, no land, no silver no gold
Nothing satisfies me but your soul”
Oh Death, Traditional American Folk Song

Hel and her siblings were taken from their father and mother (Loki and Angrboða), separated, and exiled. I think she was young when it happened. I always see this child or teenager… she’s standing in her halls, a Queen of vast mansions, possessing dread tools of famine and disease. Her body is half glorious black, as dark as the sun is bright, flushed a morbose purple. It is half lily pale, ashen as the snowstorm, too bloodless for life. She has a fell mien, beautiful at the first look, ‘as beautiful as a rotted corpse,’ an epithet that could flatter no one but her, but degrading to a chilling horror the longer one stares.

It is not, as one might expect, a fear of death. After all, you would not see her had that fiend not already passed over you. She is surrounded by the ghosts of those who died, aged, sickened, withered. Their tacit relief and taciturn regret… these are her companions. She is too uncomplicated for their grief, but by it nonetheless burdened.

Simplicity is a luxury of innocence and Hel has neither. That is the fear of nightmares. The quiet rage of a woman who has lost everything. They came for her; she screamed for her father, did not understand why he did not protect her, watched the ocean swallow her sibling, could not find her mother’s arms. She was alone. Utterly, entirely, without ally, alone when they forced the crown on her head and bid her to welcome all sent to her realm.

This she has done: surrounds herself with the newly departed, hears their troubles, offers them rest.

Odin and Freya’s deaths are meritorious, but Hel’s death is just. She cannot be bought; she turns none away. Hel did not die of grief. Isn’t that terrifying? That is not how the stories end, we have been told. Injured women grieve and die or, failing to die, become monsters. They do not live to bring hope and joy and raise an army loyal against their enemies.

Il delitto Casati Stampa, 1970

«Erano degli zozzoni. Venivano sulla spiaggia e si mettevano nudi. Un giorno mi hanno invitato a stendermi tra loro. L'ho fatto e mi sono sentito sfilare il costume, poi quella donna mi ha attirato sopra di sé. È accaduto tutto sotto gli occhi del suo compagno. Alla fine lui era talmente contento che mi ha dato cinquemila lire di premio.»

Il delitto Casati Stampa, anche noto come delitto di via Puccini, fu un fatto di cronaca nera avvenuto a Roma il 30 agosto 1970 nell'abitazione di Camillo Casati Stampa di Soncino. Questi uccise la moglie Anna Fallarino e il suo giovane amante Massimo Minorenti, per poi suicidarsi dopo avere commesso il duplice delitto.
La vicenda ebbe ampia risonanza, per via dei personaggi coinvolti e per le implicazioni morbose che all'epoca il fatto suscitò. I coniugi avevano messo in piedi una fitta rete di incontri sessuali in cui il marchese spingeva la moglie ad avere rapporti sotto il suo sguardo voyeuristico, ma senza la sua partecipazione attiva.

Tuttavia, con il proseguire degli incontri, il marchese nel suo diario personale esprime più volte il timore di un possibile coinvolgimento affettivo della donna con gli occasionali compagni di rapporti mercenari. La svolta decisiva in tal senso si ebbe quando Anna Fallarino, coinvolgendo il marito, incominciò ad organizzare festini invitando molte persone, tra le quali era spesso presente Massimo Minorenti, uno studente fuori corso di Scienze politiche con fama di picchiatore missino, già noto alle cronache mondane per una presunta relazione con Lola Falana.

Minorenti, in precedenza, era stato pagato dal marchese Casati per avere rapporti sessuali con Anna. Il ripetersi di simili situazioni non passò inosservato, tanto che una sera, tra amici, confessò: «è la prima volta che mia moglie mi tradisce con il cuore»

Pensa al suicidio, scrive alla sua amata chiedendole di andarlo a trovare presso il Mausoleo di famiglia una volta morto. Poi, però, ci ripensa. L'estremo messaggio lo scrisse sul retro di un calendario erotico, pochi istanti prima di irrompere nel salotto della sua casa romana: «Amore mio, vita mia, perdonami, ma quello che farò lo debbo fare. Addio, mia unica gioia passata».

Con la morte di Camillo Casati Stampa di Soncino le sue proprietà passarono alla figlia Anna Maria, avuta dalla prima moglie.
Nel suo testamento aveva disposto di lasciare tutti i suoi possedimenti alla moglie Anna Fallarino, ad eccezione di un quadro e di un'assicurazione del valore di 100 milioni di lire, destinati alla figlia. Nel 1974 la successione universale fu contestata dalla famiglia Fallarino, che si affidò all'avvocato Cesare Previti nelle complesse questioni ereditarie, compresa la vendita della villa di Arcore.
La perizia medica stabilì che Anna Fallarino era deceduta sul colpo al primo sparo diretto contro di lei, premorendo al marito.

Tra le proprietà del marchese, oltre alla residenza di Roma e a Palazzo Stampa di via Soncino in Milano, vi erano le numerose residenze sparse nel milanese: Muggiò, Cinisello Balsamo, Usmate Velate, Cusago, Arcore. Quest'ultima residenza, già Giulini Della Porta è oggi di proprietà di Silvio Berlusconi.

anonymous asked:

What do you think is going to be the big point of conflict/drama this season between Star and Marco. Cuck jokes aside, we've yet to see a really serious problem between them and conflict is a key part of growing their relationship as friends and hopefully lovers.

Despite the events of BBTBC, I believe that the real “conflict” (assuming that there’s going to be one) won’t be (hopefully) a result of the JarCo, but rather caused by a serious case of “keeping dark secrets”. I’ll try to explain.

Crush aside, Marco’s role in Star’s “lore” developments has been very marginal (i.e. Star finding out that her mother fought Toffee) in the recent episodes. This is all very theoretical, but we don’t know whether (off-screen) the princess kept Marco posted about the stuff she found out, which is *very* important.

I can see this spiraling into some kind of “Gravity Falls” scenario, in which the morbose “secret keeping” eventually backfired and indirectly caused the apocalypse. Considering how Marco takes friendships very seriously (even when it’s not Star-related, such as seen in “Friendenemies”), he’d probably be mad (or, more precisely, disappointed) by how Star kept him in the dark.

The show also put a lot of emphasis (especially in Season 1′s monster fights) on how Star and Marco are not only great friends but a great a team as well and, I don’t know, Star not telling him about her mother’s past with Toffee, Eclipsa, etc. doesn’t look like a good strategy to me. 

This will probably escalate into a big argument (during a climatic moment) between the two dorks, in which Star finally tells him the truth about everything, (perhaps even her crush on him, assuming he doesn’t find out on his own).

Those are some messy thoughts/theories.
But I hope it was clear enough.