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This feature via L.A. Weekly It was a little after 2 a.m. on December 10, 1958. One minute Dorothy Hamm was snug asleep in her bed, the next she was wide awake, having been thrown to the ground by some powerful explosion. She ran outside and saw a “wall of

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It was by pure accident really that I stumbled upon San Diego artist David Van Gough. While nursing a hangover at home one day with my girlfriend and perusing   Netflix, we came across the documentary “Serial Killer Culture”, which features collectors and historians of all things macabre. About half way

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