A massive explosion in Lebanon’s capital of Beirut on August 4th, 2020 has left the city in ruins. Hundreds are dead and thousands more are injured after a fire at the city’s main port spread to a warehouse that housed a forgotten stock pile of 2750 tons of Ammonium Nitrate. 75 years after Hiroshima’s nuclear explosion we have one of the biggest explosions caught on … Continue reading Beirut in Ruins: Bodies in the Streets
The Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki killed about 250.000 people and became the most dreadful slaughter of civilians in modern history. Nuclear shadows became imprinted on the grounds where people stood when the dead bodies acted as a form of nuclear sunblock. Continue reading Shadows Of People Vaporized By Atomic Bomb In Hiroshima
Keith had run away from home on February 21th and sneaked into Sydney airport. He climbed on a plane’s wheel and hid there for a long time before takeoff. After leaving the ground the plane got the wheels in and the boy fell. The most interesting fact about that that the photographer had taken this pic by an accident. Continue reading Keith Sapsford falls to death
The mummified heart of Auguste Delagrange, a suspected to be a vampire. After being accused of killing over 40 people at the turn of the last century, he was killed in 1912 and his heart was pierced with a stake. Continue reading Heart Of Accused Vampire Auguste DeLagrange
This picture of 14-year-old Regina Kay Walters was taken by serial killer Robert Ben Rhoades. She was one of the women held captive in a torture chamber. The photo was taken in an abandoned barn, where Rhoades killed Walters after cutting off her hair and dressing her in a black dress and heels. Continue reading Final Moment of Regina Kay Walters
November 18, 1978, over 900 people died in the remote religious Peoples Temple commune in Georgetown, Guyana. The Peoples Temple of the Disciples of Christ, commonly shortened to Peoples Temple, was a new religious movement founded in 1955 by Jim Jones in Indianapolis, Indiana. Jones used the Peoples Temple to spread a message that combined elements of Christianity with communist and socialist ideas, as well as an emphasis on racial equality. The Peoples Temple is best known for the events of November … Continue reading Flyover of the Jones Town Massacre.
The girl is believed to be Tara Leigh Calico who was kidnapped near her home in Belen, New Mexico, on September 20, 1988. The boy’s identity remains a unknown. Continue reading In 1989 this polaroid photo of an unidentified young woman and a boy, both gagged and bound, was found in the parking lot of a convenience store in Florida.
Guilliams and her friend Brenden Vega were hiking through the wilderness in Santa Barbara County, California. While they were hiking, both fell and seriously injured themselves. After calling out for help for hours, Guilliams left Vega where she went to go get help. Sadly on her way out of the wilderness, Guilliams fell again, and later died where she landed. This picture was taken the … Continue reading Hidden Body
The red car contained bomb that went off shortly after the picture was taken in Omagh, Northern Ireland. The man and child survived but the photographer died with 28 other people. Continue reading Car Bomb in Northern Ireland
The photo has been reprinted, posted and passed around for decades: Two grinning brothers, hair standing on end, unaware that they were minutes away from being struck by lightning while climbing Moro Rock in California’s Sequoia National Park. “We were from San Diego and really stupid,” says Michael McQuilken, who was a long-haired 18-year-old when the snapshot was taken on Aug. 20, 1975. His brother … Continue reading The McQuilken brothers grinning, unaware that they were minutes away from being struck by lightning.