Time gradually strips away the importance of historical events in the public consciousness, relegating all but the most seismic events or those who loomed large in the popular zeitgeist to footnotes. New media accelerates this process, with historical events and agents (and pop culture is included in this) being elevated
This film is interesting from start to finish. I had to watch this because I find it fascinating to see criminal science discover grim and creative ways to solve murder cases. I have a feeling you will feel the same way – press play below and find out…
The story of the Ruth Snyder Execution photograph and how “ruthless Ruth” became the subject of the most famous tabloid picture ever taken and the crime that shocked the nation. The room was cold, and the air was palpable as Ruth Snyder walked into the execution chamber. Staring her down was the chair that she would spend her last moments in. Though she knew the chair was an inanimate object,
Feature via from Dazed Digital If John Waters’ biggest fan had an instagram account, it would be that of Crete-born Jonny Seven’s eponymous page @jonny_seven. Essentially, it’s an ode to mundanity, with a side order of the eerie, the gross, and the uncanny thrown in: think flip flops with a
I can’t front – I have a fascination with serial killers. That being said, these interviews creep me the fuck out because they give an insight into these depraved minds!
The Hagia Sophia Cathedral in Istanbul, Turkey has lived a long life. Known as The Sanctuary of Wisdom, it was built in the 6th century CE (532-537). During its long life, it has served as a meeting point for many of the world’s religions, standing as a globally recognized symbol