On Christmas Eve of  2002, Laci Peterson, who was eight months pregnant with her first child, went missing. Later that evening, her husband, Scott Peterson, returned home from fishing and noticed that she was missing. It was reported that he ate pizza, did the washing, cleaned the kitchen, and took a shower before calling Laci’s sister, Amy, to see if she knew where she was. The police were called that evening and a search party was set up. Foul play was immediately suspected as it was very out of character for Laci to just disappear, particularly on Christmas Eve when the family had Christmas plans. The search and investigation was unfruitful and it seemed as though Laci had just disappeared into thin air, until 13 April, 2003. A couple walking their dog discovered the decomposing body of a late-term fetus in Richmond’s Point Isabel Regional Shoreline Park, in San Francisco. The autopsy reported showed that there was nylon tape around the neck of the fetus and a large gash on his body. The following day, the body of a recently pregnant woman washed ashore just one mile from where the fetus was found. The body was so far decomposed that the cause of death could not be determined but the body had been dismembered - both forearms were missing, as  was the left foot and the left leg. The autopsy showed that she had received two cracked ribs before she had died. DNA testing confirmed that the bodies were Laci and her unborn son, who she had planned to call Conner. 

Laci’s husband, Scott, refused to speak to the police following the discovery. It was soon discovered that Scott had been cheating on his wife with multiple women. He had told women he was a widower before the bodies were even found. Police discovered enough evidence to convict Scott and he received the death penalty. It was theorised that Scott wanted to life a bachelor lifestyle, even telling one mistress that  he didn’t want children “because they would get in the way of his lifestyle.“

John George Haigh, also known as the “Acid Bath Murderer” was a British serial killer active during the 1940s. He was convicted of the murders of 6 people but claimed to kill a further 3. As a professional conman, Haigh targetted wealthy individuals and charmed them into believing he was a businessman. He then took his victims to a warehouse before shooting them dead and dissolving their bodies in sulphuric acid. He then forged papers in order to collect their life savings and sell their possessions. In 1949, Haigh was sentenced to death, and was subsequently hanged at Wandsworth Prison.

On October 20, 2012, 38-year-old Vindalee Smith was found murdered in her Brooklyn apartment. She was eight months pregnant and was going to be “married” the following day - her fiance, Anthony Jackman, was already married. Underneath her body was a note which read: “I will kill one pregnant woman a month starting now until Lee Boyd Malvo is set free!” Lee Boyd Malvo was one of the D.C. Snipers. Investigators believe that the note was placed there to throw investigators off. The murder has never been solved..

So, if you don’t live near Cottonwood California then you probably didn’t hear about this.
This happened to my friend’s family, and I am going to help if it’s the last thing I do.


(I may be wrong on a few things, because I heard it from my friend (the sister of Kim and daughter of Keith.)

Lake California, Cottonwood, California. I believe it was the 2nd of July this year (2015) obviously.
So my friend’s sister, Kim, has two kids. She is divorced. They were sent over to the ex-husbands house for a day, and were to be given back the following where he didn’t give them back like he was supposed to.
Kim and her father Keith went to go pick up the kids from the ex-husband and were in a store in Lake California.
In the store the suspect punched Keith, and Kim called the police and the call was dropped.
He went to his car, and came back. Shooting Keith in the head, then as he is struggling Kim is panicking and screaming for him.
He shot them both and one bystander. Keith and Kim died and the other man lived.
The suspect tried leaving but was blocked and caught.


The family is torn up. And they started a memorial fund for Kim and Keith.

So I am opening commissions if it helps get the money

I am going to do whatever it takes to help this family. My friend is one of the most undeserving people, and so is her sister and dad. And if there is anything I can do, I am doing it. And if advertising helps, that’s what I am going to do. 

Please help, if you can’t donate, then signal boost at least. Thank you so much.


On May 12th, 2007, 16-year-old Alec Kreider fatally stabbed his friends, Kevin Haines, and his parents, Thomas and Lisa Haines, with the hunting knife pictured above. Kevin’s sister, Maggie, escaped the attack unharmed and managed to alert the authorities at a neighbour’s house. It was not until a month after the murders that Kreider was arrested when his father, Timothy Scot Kreider, alerted the authorities that Kreider had confessed to the killings.

Kreider pleaded guilty to three counts of first-degree murder and was sentenced to three consecutive life sentences without parole on June 17th, 2008.


IM SO EXCITED. The Series of Unfortunate Events is going to be a Netflix show. The promo trailer is perfect. I hope that the casting is wonderful. There is not a director or producer yet, but Netflix has the rights I the show and if they mess it up I will haunt Reed Hastings to his grave because that series was perfection and only a bunch of imbeciles could mess it up and if he messed it up he would in turn be an imbecile if he wasn’t one already do you hear me Hastings because I don’t know if you do stand back because tumblr will come for you.

Have a great day!

Here’s something I learned about today:

Two men in Naples Florida went missing within a few months of each other.  

Felipe Santos, an undocumented immigrant from Mexico, disappeared on 10/1/03 after getting in a minor car wreck and being arrested for driving without a license.

Terrance Williams, and 27-year-old black man, vanished on 1/11/04 in on his way home from a coworker’s party, which he traveling to and from in an illegally in an unregistered vehicle.

What is the connection between these two men?  In their last known moments, they were both with Officer Steve Calkins.

When Felipe Santos was in his minor car accident, he was driving himself and his brother to work.  Officer Calkins, a 17-year police veteran, detained him for driving without a license and he was last seen by his brother being driven away in the police vehicle.  However, when Santos’ boss attempted to post bail, he found that Santos was never booked.  Officer Calkins claimed he’d changed his mind about booking Santos because he had been polite and dropped him off at the Circle K store. This seems suspicious, as the other driver involved in the accident said Officer Calkins seemed agitated and blamed it on being “tired of pulling people over that didn’t have a license.” and because it is against protocol to detain someone in a police vehicle but decline to book them.  Regardless, after leaving in the police vehicle, Felipe Santos was never seen or heard from again.

A few months later, Terrance Williams vanished on his way home from a party late at night.  Witnesses at Naples memorial cemetery reported seeing Officer Calkins pull over Williams, ask him for his license, and when he couldn’t produce one, drive away with Williams in the back, leaving his vehicle behind.  Officer Calkins was then seen a short while later returning alone and moving the vehicle from the parking lot to the side of the road, from which it was later towed.  The tow report was signed by Officer Calkins although he later denied calling the towing company.  

Williams’ family members filed a missing persons report after Williams never returned home that night, and after tracking his car to the tow company and reading the tow reports, they connected his disappearance to Officer Calkins.

After several days, Officer Calkins’ supervisors pressured him to write an incident report, and this is he said: He claimed to have not known Terrance Williams’ car was unregistered but had pulled him over after Williams appeared to be driving in distress.  He then says he drove Williams to the Circle K, thinking he worked there, after which he used his cell phone to call in Williams’ plates. Upon learning they weren’t registered, he called the Circle K demanding to speak to Williams, who he was told didn’t work there.  These were the events Officer Calkins reported having happened that night, despite the fact that his cell phone records show he never called dispatch about the plates or the Circle to speak with Williams.  Video surveillance at the Circle K also contradicts Officer Calkins’ story as there is no footage of him or Terrance Williams at the store he claims to have dropped him off.

Both the families of Felipe Santos and Terrance Williams filed reports against Officer Calkin.  In interviews, there were glaring inconsistencies in his story, such as his initial claim that he didn’t know Williams’ last name (despite him being recorded saying it to dispatch) or his reporting to the tow company that the Williams’ vehicle was blocking traffic when witnesses said otherwise.  When these inconsistencies were called into question, Officer Calkins stopped cooperating with those investigating the case and was fired shortly after. 

The FBI attempted to investigate Officer Calkins further but no further evidence was discovered. Despite gaining attention of the media in 2012, the case is still cold and Officer Calkins remains a free man.


Photos of Charles Manson and his 27-year-old ex fiancé, Afton Elaine Burton, who also calls herself ‘’Star’’. Star revealed that she’d been writing to Charles since she was 17 and later moved to Corcoran, where Charles is incarcerated, to be closer to him. In an interview, Star said, ‘’I’m completely with him, and he’s completely with me. It’s what I was born for, you know. I don’t know what else to say.’’ The engaged couple planned on getting married in early 2015, but the wedding was called off after Charles caught wind of her bizarre plot to put his corpse on display after he died in hopes that she could profit from the tourist attraction.