Don’t look behind you.
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John F. Kennedy autopsy (WARNING: VERY graphic picture.)
President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963, in Texas, and his autopsy was performed that evening in Maryland. Physicians found he was hit by two bullets, one from above and one from behind, one of which made the right side of his skull explode.
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This ghost ship has so many legends and tragedies attached to it, from rumors that it was used to smuggle potassium cyanide and nitroglycerin, to stories about a horrible accident in the 1940s that killed an entire crew. But despite all these tales, the creepiest thing about the SS Ourang Medan is that there’s NO ACTUAL PROOF IT EVER EXISTED.
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This controversial type therapy is used to “treat” attachment disorders. In 2000, 10-year-old Candace Newmaker was treated with a method called “rebirthing.” She was wrapped in flannels to represent a womb, was sat on, and told to free herself. She screamed, vomited, and died under the sheets. Similar deaths have been reported as a result of this therapy.
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Rosalia was almost two years old when she died of pneumonia in Italy in 1920. Her death was made even creepier when her heartbroken dad got her body embalmed so she’d be perfectly preserved forever. It’s currently on display in the Capuchin catacombs of Palermo.
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