The wife of a soldier stationed at Joint Base San Antonio was taken into custody by the FBI this week after she allegedly tore her six-year-old son’s genitals as punishment, and then used superglue to fix them.
According to the criminal complaint affidavit, Jennifer Marie Vargas’s husband returned home on September 27th to find bloody paper towels stuffed down his crying son’s underwear. Read more
The Brazen Bull was a particularly unique combination of artistry and blood-lust that dates back to Sicily in the 6th century A.D. The bull sculptures were forged out of bronze or brass, and were reminiscent of the “golden calf” recorded in the Bible as having been used by the ancient Hebrews for idol worship while Moses was up on Mount Sinai receiving the Ten Commandments.
The likeness of bulls is said to have been used in ancient worship and sacrificial rituals that date as far back as the stone age, but the Brazen Bulls weren’t worshiped as representations of any god. Instead, they were used as artistic barbecue grills for criminals, heretics, or anyone the local, sadistic authority wanted to see baked alive. Read more
A woman is driving home from a late meeting at work. Turning up the radio when a song comes on that she likes, she is carefree and starts to sing along.It starts to rain heavily and she sighs, putting on her wipers. After about 10 minutes a car appears behind her and she thinks nothing more of it. Suddenly the car following her flashes its lights and drives up close behind her car. Opening her window, she waves her hand assuming they want to pass. Instead of passing, the car falls back. Read more