“Cranley Gardens” (Dennis Nilsen) - Church of Misery
“Killing for Company” - Swans
“You’re Dying To Be With Me” - Macabre
“Turnabout” - Moth Wranglers
Death metal band Cannibal Corpse’s 1990 debut, Eaten Back To Life is dedicated to Packer with the inscription “This Album is dedicated to the memory of Alfred Parker, The First American Cannibal (R.I.P)”
“In the Mountains” - Macabre
“The Ballad of Alfred Packer” - Phil Ochs
“Coming Back For More” - C. W. McCall
Experimental pop band Flare Acoustic Arts League laud the career of Mr. Panzram in the song “Reminiscences of a Minnesota State Training Alumni, Class of 1905” on their 2009 album, Cut.
“Just Born Bad” - The World Famous Crawlspace Brothers
Bruce Jeffrey Pardo:
“Black Christmas” - Poly Styrene
“Fed To The Pigs” - Devourment
“Hooker Fortified Pork Products” - The Accúsed
“Pigfarm” - Mad Sin
“Le Seigneur des Agneaux” - Exterio
“Shotgun Peterson” - Macabre
“James Pough, What the Hell Did You Do?” – Macabre
“Dorthea’s Dead Folks Home” – Macabre
“Bind Torture Kill” – Suffocation
“Bind, Torture and Kill” – Suicide Commando
“Raider II” - Steven Wilson
“B.T.K.” - Church of Misery
“BTK” - Exodus
Gilles de Rais:
“Into the Crypts of Rays” – Celtic Frost
“Tritt Ein” – Saltatio Mortis
The whole Godspeed on the Devil’s Thunder album by Cradle of Filth
“The Black Knight” – Macabre
“The Window” - The Black Dahlia Murder (band)
“Barbazul versus el amor letal” - Patricio Rey y sus Redonditos de Ricota
“Is It Soup Yet?” – Macabre
“Going Going Gone” – Exodus
“Killer” – King Diamond
“Night Stalker” – Macabre
“Night Stalker” – Super Heroines
“The Night Stalker” – Bewitched
“Richard Ramirez Died Today Of Natural Causes” - Sun Kil Moon
“Where Evil Dwells (Richard Ramirez)” – Church of Misery
“Nightstalker” - Impact Unit
“Noche Acosador” – John 5
“Nocturnal Predator” - Legion of the Damned
“Rock Around The Clock, Richard Ramirez” - Adolf Sasquatch
“See You In Disneyland” - Adolf Sasquatch
“Jack the Knife” - The Electric Hellfire Club
“Ramirez” - The Acacia Strain
“Shut Up And Spoon Me" - The World Famous Crawlspace Brothers
"Knight Stalker” - Shadow Project
“Smooth Criminal” - Michael Jackson
“Supreme Gentleman” - The RoBBa
“Deep Red Bells” - Neko Case
“Green River” - Church of Misery
“The Green River Murderer (He’s Still Out There)” – Macabre
“Ozzie” - Green River (band)
“I Wanna Know What Love Is” - Julie Ruin
“Dumpsites” - Jakprogresso
“Danny Rolling” - The Murder Junkies
“La Folie” - The Stranglers
“Too Much Blood” - The Rolling Stones
“Shankill Butchers” – Sarah Jarosz
“Shankill Butchers” – The Decemberists
“Folk Bloodbath” – Josh Ritter
“Stack Shot Billy” – The Black Keys
“Stagger Lee”, also known as “Stagolee”, “Stackerlee”, “Stack O'Lee”, and “Stack-a-Lee”
“Wrong ‘Em Boyo” – The Clash
Ronald Gene Simmons:
“Holidays of Horror” - Macabre
“Born To Raise Hell” (Richard Speck) – Church of Misery
“Richard Speck” – Mojo Nixon
“Richard Speck” – The Viletones
“Richard Speck” – Wesley Willis
“The Ballad of T.V. Violence (I’m Not The Only Boy)” – Cheap Trick
“What The Heck Richard Speck (Eight Nurses Did You Wreck)” – Macabre
“Speck" - The World Famous Crawlspace Brothers
"I Don’t Like Mondays” – The Boomtown Rats
“Terrorist” – The Feederz
“All I Want” – Kenny Brown
“Badlands (Charles Starkweather)” – Church of Misery
“Hate So Real” – J Church
“Nebraska” – Bruce Springsteen
“We Didn’t Start the Fire” - Billy Joel
“Nebraska” - Nicole Dollanganger
“Werewolf of Beburg” - Macabre
“Leeds Ripper” – Throbbing Gristle
“Leeds United” – Luke Haines
“Night Shift” – Siouxsie and the Banshees
“Ripping Into Pieces (Peter Sutcliffe)” – Church of Misery
“The Ripper” – Pallas
“Archives of Pain” - Manic Street Preachers
“Howard Unrah (What Have You Done Now?)” – Macabre
“Retal” – Church of Misery
“® Retaliate” - The Mark of Cain
Fred West/Rose West:
“Evil” – Interpol
“25 Cromwell St.” - Apoptygma Berzerk
“Red Knives And Plastic Wives” - Red Knife Lottery
“Road To Ruin (Charles Whitman)” – Church of Misery
“Sniper” – Harry Chapin
“Sniper in the Sky” – Macabre
“The Ballad of Charles Whitman” – Kinky Friedman
“The Tower” – Insane Clown Posse
“Charles Joseph Whitman” - Deathday AKA Deathday Party
“Real Talk” – Snoop Dogg
“Annie Christian” – Prince
“Creeks” – Big Gipp and Witchdoctor
“Wrong Man” – Deep Purple
“Filth Bitch Boogie (Aileen Wuornos)” – Church of Misery
“Sixth Of June” – It Dies Today
“Slut” – Evil Anger
“Poor Aileen” – Superheaven
Graham Frederick Young:
“Poison” – Macabre
“Taste the Pain (Graham Young)” – Church Of Misery
“Gemini” – Slayer
“Sick of Living (Zodiac)” – Church of Misery
“Zodiac” – Macabre
“Zodiac” – Melvins
“Zodiac Shit” – Flying Lotus
“Soul Sacrifice” – Santana
“The Zodiac” – Kamelot
“Venus in Furs” – Electric Wizard
“Dear Editor” – Kamelot
“Summer of Sam” – Lana Del Rey
“Death 2” – Meechy Darko
“Zodiac ( he is still out there… )” – Christian Death
The infamous serial killer: the .44 caliber killer aka Son of Sam aka Mr. Monster, David Berkowitz.
Allegedly, when Berkowitz was apprehended in August 10, 1977-after police found a rifle, a map with the crime locales, a bag full of ammo and an unsent letter signed as Son of Sam in David Berkowitz’s car (the yellow car that matched various witnesses’ descriptions)- he said “Hey, what took you so long?”
@Ashton5SOS:70 songs Ashton has tweeted lyrics from at some point
1. Sitting, Waiting, Wishing by Jack Johnson // 2. I Wish You Were Here by Incubus // 3. Losing A Whole Year by Third Blind Eye // 4. Teenage Dirtbag by Wheatus // 5. Rejects by 5SOS // 6. Jump by Van Halen // 7. Without You by Silverchair // 8. Good Girls by 5SOS // 9. Love Hurts by Incubus // 10. Steal My Girl by One Direction // 11. Freak by Silverchair // 12. Road Trippin’ by RHCP // 13. Amnesia by 5SOS // 14. Stand by R.E.M. // 15. Say It Ain’t So by Weezer // 16. New Americana by Halsey // 17. I Was Made For Lovin’ You by KISS // 18. In Bloom by Nirvana // 19. Sweater Weather by The Neighbourhood // 20. Where Did The Party Go by Fall Out Boy // 21. A Daydream Away by All Time Low // 22. Angel With A Shotgun by The Cab // 23. Supersoaker by Kings of Leon // 24. Wipe Your Eyes by Maroon 5 // 25. Kids by MGMT // 26. Daydreaming by Paramore // 27. Banana Pancakes by Jack Johnson // 28. Monks by Frank Ocean // 29. The End by Kings of Leon // 30. Dude (Looks Like A Lady) by Aerosmith // 31. Stolen by Lawson // 32. Treasure by Bruno Mars // 32. Do I Wanna Know? by Arctic Monkeys // 33. My Friends by Red Hot Chili Peppers // 34. We Will Rock You by Queen // 35. Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd // 36. Island In The Sun by Weezer // 37. Champagne Supernova by Oasis // 38. Take Me To Church by Hozier // 39. Walk This Way by Aerosmith // 40. Highway To Hell by AC/DC // 41. Beverly Hills by Weezer // 42. Livin La Vida Loca by Eddie Murphy and Antonio Banderas // 43. Take On Me by Reel Big Fish // 44. Mr. Brightside by The Killers // 45. Losing My Religion by R.E.M. // 46. Let Her Go by Passenger // 47. Rock And Roll All Night by KISS // 48. Carry On Wayward Son by Kansas // 49. R U Mine? by Arctic Monkeys // 50. Snow (Hey Oh) by Red Hot Chili Peppers // 51. Chocolate by The 1975 // 52. Don’t Stop Believing by Journey // 53. Wonderwall by Oasis // 54. Over My Head (Cable Car) by The Fray // 55. All Star by Smash Mouth // 56. Hump De Bump by Red Hot Chili Peppers // 57. 99 Red Balloons by Goldfinger // 58. What’s My Age Again? by blink-182 // 59. Mrs. Robinson by Simon & Garfunkle // 60. Welcome To The Jungle by Guns N’ Roses // 61. More Than A Feeling by Boston // 62. She Looks So Perfect by 5SOS // 63. Stayin’ Alive by Bees Gees // 64. We Built This City by Jefferson Starship // 65. Good Riddance by Green Day // 66. Your Love by The Outfield // 67. Long Way Home by 5SOS // 68. Anthem by blink-182 // 69. Billie Jean by MJ // 70. Tiny Dancer by Elton John
A tough looking anteater pumped itself up for a confrontation with a Jeep when it bravely stepped out in front of the car on a dirt track. Photographer Luciano Candisani said the animal was making itself look ‘bigger’ and 'stronger’ after spotting the vehicle. Mr Candisani, 44, was running a photography workshop in the Pantanal wetlands in Brazil. Picture: Luciano Candisani/Minden Pictures/Solent News
Happy (late) New Year! In a way of saying thank you to all the followers the blog has I decided to make a masterpost of the fics with most notes, the followers favorites. And I wish every single one of you the best and hope you all reach your goals this year
That’s usually how they fuck, with Harry on his hands and knees with Niall doing him from behind. It’s impersonal and something they both enjoy, but something twists in Niall’s heart at the thought of doing it that way tonight.
Yeah. So, you're having a little bit of a day.
You're going to make jokes?
God doesn't make cars crash and you know it. Stop using me as an excuse.
The Party's not going to want me to run.
The Party'll come back. You'll get them back.
I've got a secret for you, Mrs. Landingham, I've never been the most popular man in the Democratic Party.
I've got a secret for you, Mr. President. Your father was a prick who could never get over the fact that he wasn't as smart as his brothers. Are you in a tough spot? Yes. Do I feel sorry for you? I do not. Why? Because there are people way worse off than you.
Give me numbers.
I don't know numbers. You give them to me.
How about a child born this minute has one in five chances of being born into poverty?
How many Americans don't have health insurance?
What's the number one cause of death for black men under 35?
How many Americans are behind bars?
How many Americans are drug addicts?
And one in five kids in poverty?
That's thirteen million American children. 3.5 million kids go to schools that are literally falling apart. We need 127 billion in school construction, and we need it today!
To say nothing of 53 people trapped in an embassy.
You know, if you don't want to run again, I respect that. [stands up] But if you don't run 'cause you think it's gonna be too hard or you think you're gonna lose - well, God, Jed, I don't even want to know you.
When screams came from his office, James March didn’t bat an eye. He knew you were down there, so he figured you were getting some extra work in. When he recognized the screams as yours, however, he bolted to where you were.
“James!” you screamed, struggling as the man you were trying to kill attempted to stab you again.
“(Y/N),” he said, entering the office and witnessing the situation at hand.
The man holding you down was a guest in the hotel.
“Who are you?”
“James Patrick March. This is my hotel and this just happens to be my wife. Now, if you could kindly refrain from killing her…oh,” he turned to you, “if you die,” he turned back to the man, “I’m going to kill you.”
The man fell back against the wall as James reached for a gun from the table, “She’s dying, I-I stabbed her…”
“YOU DID WHAT? You imbecile!”
He ran from the room, leaving James to attend to you.
You sat up, pulling the knife from your shoulder and stretching. “I’m fine.”
James seemed to have been satisfied with your response, dropping the subject. You couldn’t help but notice the blood on his cane as he came to bed that night and the vacancy of the man’s room the next day. Miss Evers had twice the sheets to clean and James had a smile on his face. Whatever he had done was for you, and you decided to leave it at that.
A Chiseled Bodybuilder, Frail Clients and a Fitness Story for the Ages
By LOUIE LAZARJUNE 20, 2014
With his enormous muscles bulging beneath a small T-shirt, Martin Luther King Addo guided one of his most dedicated clients through a squat exercise inside his tiny Manhattan gym. “You can do it, Shirley,” he said.
Shirley Friedman, a silver-haired 90-year-old standing 4 feet 9 inches, shifted into another gear, bending at the knees for multiple repetitions.
“I never did this stuff before, but he gives you the confidence that you can do it, if you’re up to it,” Mrs. Friedman said afterward. “He’s not a phony. Got me?”
Mr. Addo, who honed his muscles using a mango tree as a pull-up bar and concrete blocks for dumbbells, is a two-time former winner of the Mr. Ghana bodybuilding championship. Years ago, his chiseled physique, bowling ball biceps and camera-ready smile brought him fame across his homeland in West Africa. Today Mr. Addo uses his imposing muscles and hard-won expertise to help frail seniors like Mrs. Friedman restore their balance, mobility and strength.
He works out of a storefront gym that he opened last summer inside Southbridge Towers, a housing development in Lower Manhattan that is home to many older adults. The walls are decorated with posters of Mr. Addo shirtless and flexing. “Ask me how to build a Rock Solid foundation,” says one that features him in nothing but tiny yellow trunks.
On a recent afternoon, Mary Killoran, 86, was willing herself through a kettlebell dead lift. Mrs. Killoran, a retired medical transcriber, has lived alone since 1971 in an apartment overlooking the East River. A few years ago she suffered a bad fall and began using a walker.
Mr. Addo, 44, taught her exercises like balance lunges and stretching techniques. Gradually, she regained her balance and traded the walker for a cane.
Now, she drinks a protein shake each morning and strolls to the World Trade Center and back — twice a day. She works out about three times a week, but stops by the gym even on off days to visit Mr. Addo. He helps her “be more cheerful, so you don’t have to be depressed,” she said.
Mr. Addo, too, says the seniors energize him. Raised within the Ashanti tribe, Mr. Addo was always taught that improving the lives of one’s elders is of the highest virtue. “They remind me of my grandmothers and aunties back home,” he said.