thechess:

sister—morphine:

Charlie Watts and Brian Jones, 1960’s (photo by Bob Bonis)
badfilm:

Centralia, Kansas 1956Erich Hartmann
Picked this original print postcard from The Dusty Bookshelf in Manhattan, Kansas. 
billykidd:

Txampi Diz was shot by Billy Kidd.
freshiejuice:

prettyplussize:

Freshie Juice

by thestacyleigh
carnal-devine:

Albert Fish. A small, friendly looking father of six who admitted to molesting over 400 minors as well as murdering and cannibalizing them.
thatvintagepyt:

In the Night Stalker, I read that Richard would turn around and blow kisses to his groupies, he’d also check them out and try to communicate with them. 
OH and this bastard was so fucking outta this world gorgeous he made a juror fall in love with him. Cynthia Haden was the whore’s name.
tedbunny:


“Cause No one’s gonna warn you
And no one’s gonna yell ‘Attack’
And you don’t feel the steel
Till it’s hanging out your back”

In June 1985, a highly publicized murder case began revolving around Richard Ramírez, who was responsible for more than a dozen brutal killings as well as attempted murders and rapes in Los Angeles.
Nicknamed the “Night Stalker,” Ramírez was a fan of AC/DC, particularly the song “Night Prowler.” Police also claimed that Ramírez was wearing an AC/DC shirt and left an AC/DC hat at one of his crime scenes. During the trial, Ramírez shouted “Hail Satan!” and showed off the pentagram carved into his palm. This brought extremely bad publicity on AC/DC whose concerts and albums were campaigned against by parents in the Los Angeles area. On VH1’s Behind the Music on AC/DC, the band claimed that while the song had taken on a murderous connotation by Ramírez, it is actually about a boy sneaking into his girlfriend’s bedroom at night.
thatvintagepyt:

"I’m one angry motherfucker. I just hope all those who are deserving will get what’s coming to them. I’ll just leave it at that."
ill-see-you-in-disneyland:

That smirk.

superjoint-rituals:

"In 1983, he even made a special trip to San Francisco to meet LaVey personally. LaVey was later reported as commenting that, ‘I thought Richard was very nice - very shy. I liked him.’ "His trial was a media circus. Ramirez would engage in such antics as flashing a pentagram he had drawn in the palm of his hand, shouting ‘Hail Satan!’ and holding up his fingers alongside his head in imitation of devil’s horns. Parts of the statement he made during his sentencing even seemed to echo some of the themes of The Satanic Bible:

"I am beyond good and evil…. Lucifer dwells in all of us…. I don’t believe in the hypocritical, moralistic dogma of this so-called civilized society. I need not look beyond this courtroom to see all the liars, the haters, the killers, the crooks, the paranoid cowards…. Hypocrites one and all. We are all expendable for a cause. No one knows that better than those who kill for policy, clandestinely or openly, as do the governments of the world which kill in the name of God and country….’"