Who Wasn't There

🐙Writer, Collector of Antiquities, and Bibliophile.
🐙Co-Creator of FindChaos & ChaosLife comics.

🐙All-Around Weirdo.
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Posts tagged "ohio"
genevieve-ft:

Little gif, illustration, picture test. 
Couldn’t find who took the picture. I’m looking into that~

Holy crap. That picture is literally from the neighborhood we currently live in, giffed-up by the fabulous artist that was on a Comics/Art PodCast the day before us. What a small freakin’ world!

genevieve-ft:

Little gif, illustration, picture test. 

Couldn’t find who took the picture. I’m looking into that~

Holy crap. That picture is literally from the neighborhood we currently live in, giffed-up by the fabulous artist that was on a Comics/Art PodCast the day before us. What a small freakin’ world!

(via lunulata)

pennies4sale:

lukadaisical:

findchaos:

"How’s the weather?" "I don’t know, anymore. I just don’t know."

Athens, OH reporting in with a “I don’t even.” and a “Fuck if I know.”

is that a freaking sheet of ice on your window?!

Yes. Yes it is. The official weather report on the news was: “We tried to salt things, but…. yeah, that’s definitely not working. God be with you, Ohio."

(via a-zen-sun)

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN) — There are four new tiger cubs at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. The Amur tiger cubs are rare with less than 500 known to be living on the earth.

Sunny and snowing. Oh, Ohio…

Victim #4 from the Kingsbury Run Torso Murders.
This was a serial killer that gripped Ohio in the 1930s, murdering, decapitating and conducting bizarre experiments on at least 12 victims (though there is suspected to be substantially more). The killer was never caught, even though the famous Eliot Ness was somewhat involved in the case and had a clear suspect in mind, an influential and wealthy man that later committed himself to a mental hospital (taunting Ness with postcards from inside) to avoid conviction. Other theories have surfaced, but so far, the case is largely unsolved. 

Victim #4 from the Kingsbury Run Torso Murders.

This was a serial killer that gripped Ohio in the 1930s, murdering, decapitating and conducting bizarre experiments on at least 12 victims (though there is suspected to be substantially more). The killer was never caught, even though the famous Eliot Ness was somewhat involved in the case and had a clear suspect in mind, an influential and wealthy man that later committed himself to a mental hospital (taunting Ness with postcards from inside) to avoid conviction. Other theories have surfaced, but so far, the case is largely unsolved.