You and Taehyung are on a museum date because you’re
both art geeks but for some reason, the Mona Lisa doesn’t seem to take his
I’m an art freak and I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t
imagining myself on a museum date with Taehyung ever since those Van Gogh
photos came out.
“Look! It’s the ‘Portrait of Patience Escalier 1888’! Oh
the colour is so much more vibrant than the pictures!”
duller due to old age, actually.”
It’s his ‘Portrait as an Artist 1888’!And the ‘Peasant Woman Portrait of Gordina de Gredoot 1885’! And the ‘Portrait of Adeline Ravoux 1890’!”
Jagi. You’ve been here a thousand times, do the paintings really still amaze you that much?” Taehyung asked, watching you
fret over the various Van Gogh paintings positioned on the pristine walls of
After the murder of Kristen French, Karla Homolka became convinced someone was watching her, and she consulted a woman she had befriended that worked in a flower shop next to her job named Lori D’Ascenzo, who she believed had psychic powers. Karla mentioned her husband’s personality had changed before asking if Lori thought there could be a spirit in their house. Lori told her she sensed it was the ghost of a woman that didn’t like her husband, and the person didn’t know she was dead because she died suddenly or violently. Karla then asked what could be done to get it out of her house, so Lori suggested she dump ammonia down every drain and gave her an amethyst to carry around in her pocket. At night, she instructed that Karla should place it on the east window to allow the sun to absorb all of its negative energy. Lori additionally recommended putting holy water and consecrated ashes in every corner of her house, along with a pink carnation in the front window. Karla returned around two weeks later cheerfully reporting the ghost was gone and there was no more fighting between her and Paul.
Similarly, serial killer couple Gerald and Charlene Gallego became paranoid within days of their third double murder when the back door of their van mysteriously flung open. They were sure Stacy Ann Redican and Karen Chipman-Twiggs came back to haunt them, and Gerald immediately questioned whether the girls were actually dead, but he didn’t dare return to the crime scene. Charlene suffered terrible bouts of morning sickness and believed their vengeful spirits actually inhabited her body. Her superstitions caused her nightmares, where her baby was born with Gerald’s body and the head of one of the victims, while another featured a Frankenstein type doctor holding up a bloodied object, laughing hysterically that there was something wrong with her baby. As Charlene’s condition worsened, Gerald tried to rid the van of their ghosts by filling it with carbon monoxide and burning lilac incense inside of it, but those efforts failed. He then sought the help of a former acquaintance who practiced voodoo and for 50 dollars, the man cleansed the van. To Gerald’s astonishment, Charlene had completely recovered when he returned home and was stuffing her face with Kentucky Fried Chicken. After a few months, Gerald sold the van because they had now used it in eight murders.