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My Life as a Crime Scene Cleaner

“I felt pain in my heart for this man. It’s sad when someone leaves this earth, but the ones left behind are the most affected. We are the ones who go on living…and remembering.” What is left in the silent moments after the grim reaper has come and gone? The author of Bloodstains and Ball Gowns: My Life as a Crime Scene Cleaner discovers the answer once she leaves a glamorous life in the beauty industry to begin her ‘secret life’ in the underworld of crime scene cleaning. She enters a world that tells what happens in the neighborhood when the sun goes down, when blood is spilt and lives are lost. Her world becomes one of caravan parks, views of dried grass and withered trees through smashed windows, and the blood, gore and aftermath of tragedies when love goes wrong. Her job is to make it look as though it never happened.

UPDATE: HEMET: Teen brothers, 14 and 16, stabbed by older …

UPDATE: Tuesday, June 27 1:45 a.m.

Numerous emergency first responders rushed to the scene of a double stabbing involving three brothers. Timothy Franzese photo
Numerous emergency first responders rushed to the scene of a double stabbing involving three brothers. Timothy Franzese photo

HEMET —  Two teenage brothers, ages 14 and 16, who were both stabbed by their 19-year-old brother are expected to survive and fully recover from their injuries, according to police officials. The 14-year-old boy was stabbed in the neck and his 16-year-old brother was stabbed in the shoulder. The incident happened on the 300 block of Gilia Street in Hemet.

This incident comes on the heals of another bizarre and violent incident that happened just four days ago, where two men, one armed with a sword and the other armed with a crowbar, were both seriously injured in what officers at the scene called a “mutual

Read more at: http://myvalleynews.com/local/update-hemet-teen-brothers-14-and-16-stabbed-by-older-brother-survive-harrowing-ordeal/

UPDATE: HEMET: Teen brothers, 14 and 16, stabbed by older brother, survive harrowing ordeal

UPDATE: Tuesday, June 27 1:45 a.m.

Numerous emergency first responders rushed to the scene of a double stabbing involving three brothers. Timothy Franzese photo
Numerous emergency first responders rushed to the scene of a double stabbing involving three brothers. Timothy Franzese photo

HEMET —  Two teenage brothers, ages 14 and 16, who were both stabbed by their 19-year-old brother are expected to survive and fully recover from their injuries, according to police officials. The 14-year-old boy was stabbed in the neck and his 16-year-old brother was stabbed in the shoulder. The incident happened on the 300 block of Gilia Street in Hemet.

This incident comes on the heals of another bizarre and violent incident that happened just four days ago, where two men, one armed with a sword and the other armed with a crowbar, were both seriously injured in what officers at the scene called a “mutual

Read more at: http://myvalleynews.com/local/update-hemet-teen-brothers-14-and-16-stabbed-by-older-brother-survive-harrowing-ordeal/

Demo detected for The Grimsworth Reports: Woodfall

While many quaint little towns are inviting and friendly and warm places to visit, in adventures you can be sure they’re all concealing something they don’t want you to know. That’s perfect for the prying eyes and minds of gamers, and would-be detectives will get the chance to unearth another town’s hidden secrets in The Grimsworth Reports: Woodfall, coming later this summer. 

Players assume the role of Chuck Grimsworth, a down-to-earth special government agent who is “tasked with investigating reports of bizarre, unexplainable, and assumptively paranormal events.” When called in by the deeply troubled sheriff of Woodfall, Chuck soon discovers a “bloody crime scene with gory, horrifying cult symbols left on each wall.” But the deeper he probes, the more questions arise out of the “personal revelations about the lives and mannerisms of Woodfall’s denizens.” It appears that “there’s more than just one mystery to solve in this town, and each

Read more at: https://adventuregamers.com/news/view/33022

15 Times Spider-Man Was DESTROYED In Seconds

Considering Spider-Man is often defined as one of Marvel’s “street-level” superheroes, it’s surprisingly frequent that he gets himself caught up in universe-ending, cosmic-level events that stretch far beyond the bank robberies and small-time criminals he’s used to tackling in New York. While he’s undoubtedly become one of Marvel’s heavy hitters in the decades following his initial introduction, like his fellow crime-fighting companions he’s also no stranger to a good old fashioned beatdown.

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This is particularly evident in the marketing material for the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming, in which Spidey appears to be having a pretty rough time going head-to-head with Michael Keaton’s Vulture; a villain who’s spent years collecting and experimenting with weaponry scavenged from the debris of Avengers battles. In keeping with that idea, let’s take a look at some of the

Read more at: http://www.cbr.com/15-times-spider-man-was-destroyed-in-seconds-2/

Philando Castile Video: ‘I Don’t Want You To Get Shooted,’ Little Girl Cries In Crushing New Cop Footage

FALCON HEIGHTS, MN — The latest cop footage released in the case of Philando Castile, the young black man shot dead at close range last summer by a St. Anthony police officer in front of his fiancee Diamond Reynolds and her 4-year-old daughter Dae’Anna, shows a heartbreaking exchange between Reynolds and the little girl right after Castile was killed. (Video below.)

When Reynolds, handcuffed, curses loudly in the back seat of a St. Anthony cop car, the 4-year-old tells her mother through tears: “Mom, please stop cussing and screaming, because I don’t want you to get shooted!”

And when Reynolds struggles with the cuffs, her daughter again cries: “No, please don’t! I don’t want you to get shooted!”

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