commentary by Patrick H. Moore

One of the big problems with doing heavy drugs is that sooner or later either you or somebody you know is going to wind up dead. And like it says in the Bible, “You don’t know the minute or the hour.” In a sense, you might almost be better off if you’re the one who winds up dead. Then, disposing of your corpse is somebody else’s problem.

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by BJW Nashe

These days, if you’re going to start robbing banks or convenience stores, you need to put some effort into personal style and fashion. You are certain to be caught on surveillance video at some point during your escapades. Soon your appearance will be on the Internet for all to see–much like celebrities who grace the red carpets of awards shows. So there’s no excuse to neglect the fashion component of your criminal activity.

Lately we have seen criminals exploring a wide variety of styles — from glamorous cross-dressing to casual grunge to silly disguises — with varying degrees of success. No matter what, they have definitely been turning heads at the FBI. Here are some notable examples:

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commentary by Patrick H. Moore

The curious case of Pazuzu Illah Algarad had drawn considerable attention from crime fans and during the course of the week, numerous media sources have provided new information concerning Pazuzu’s mental state, which according to some commenters, suggests that his strange persona may not simply be him posturing for attention.

I was gently taken to task by a commenter on All Things Crime Blog who wrote the following:

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commentary by Patrick H. Moore

Although some of us think about it more than others, we all know that death can come calling at any moment. In reference to this scary fact, the Bible says, “You don’t know the minute or the hour” – paraphrase of Matthew 25:13. Although this verse actually refers to the unpredictable moment when Jesus will allegedly return, in a more generic sense it refers to the fact we don’t know when our time will come so we better be ready.

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After his arrest and while waiting to go to the electric chair, Ted Bundy, who was apparently somewhat intelligent in addition to being absolutely lethal, uncorked quite a few pithy one-liners. Here we present 14 of them courtesy of BuzzFeed along with our brief responses to Bundy’s “wit and wisdom.”

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commentary by Patrick H. Moore

Life = Challenge after Challenge after Challenge. I suppose that without challenges we wouldn’t have the gumption to even wake up in the morning. Two of the toughest challenges that parents sometimes face are 1) maintaining proper (and stable) focus on the children if the marriage breaks up; and 2) caring properly (and lovingly) for a handicapped child whether or not the marriage is intact.

Therefore, we can assume that the penultimate challenge for a mother may be continuing to provide adequate and selfless care to a handicapped child when you have recently split up with your husband of many years and suddenly find yourself up to your ears in a relationship with a new boyfriend.

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Courtesy of The Lair, we present 25 wrenching quotes from Jeffrey Dahmer. Unlike Ted Bundy, Dahmer does not make excuses. Rather, he reaches for answers to the unanswerable horror that he perpetrated. Dare we give him marginal credit for honesty? That’s a question each reader will have to answer for themselves.

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by JJ Rogers

I was born in Clarkston, Washington and grew up across the Snake River in Lewiston, Idaho.  The two cities are located in a deep valley at the confluence of the Clearwater and Snake Rivers.  They are not large cities and they didn’t traditionally experience the horrors of serial killers that metropoleis are known for.  That is, until the late 70’s and early 80’s when I was in my teens. That’s when everything changed.  That’s when one man, filled with loathing and complete disregard for human life, selected a series of girls and young women as the objects of his dark desires.

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commentary by Patrick H. Moore

helen2In the Elizabethan poet Christopher Marlowe’s version of the Faust legend, “The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus”, Faust, the scholar and tragic malcontent, says at the sight of the legendary and undeniably beautiful Helen of Troy:

Was this the face that launched a thousand ships
And burnt the topless  towers of Ilium?
Sweet Helen, make me immortal with a kiss.

Ain’t it the truth? There’s just something about a pretty face…and it doesn’t have to be a female pretty face…

Sadly, there are those among us who, instead of feeling delight at the sight of such loveliness, are convulsed with rage and want nothing than to lash out and destroy…

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The following 10 somewhat bizarre yet prophetically fatal facts about Ted Bundy (Monster Smooth) during his youth and young adulthood come to us from Bukisa.com and Wikipedia. Bukisa’s interpretations of these facts have been, in some cases, augmented and/or altered by Patrick H. Moore.

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